LSU Gold
Mobile, Ala.
Previous School
High School
St. Paul's HS

2007 Second-Team All-SEC
2007 PING All-Southeast Region Team
2007 LSWA First-Team All-Louisiana
2007 SEC Good Works Team
2007 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2006 LSWA First-Team All-Louisiana
2006 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2005 U.S. Amateur Participant
2005 Second-Team All-SEC
2005 PING All-Southeast Region
2005 LSWA First-Team All-Louisiana

Finished his illustrious career as a two-time All-SEC selection … Was also voted a three-time First-Team All-Louisiana selection by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association and a two-time member of the PING All-Southeast Region Team … Was the only Tiger to appear in each of LSU’s 33 tournaments during his three-year career (2004-07) … Finished his collegiate career with a 73.16 stroke average in 99 competitive rounds … Has the Tigers’ fifth-best career stroke average since 1982 … Earned a total of nine top-10 and 15 top-20 finishes during his career … Also showed tremendous leadership in the classroom as he was a two-time member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll.

Proved to be the Tigers’ top performer during his senior season … Was named a Second-Team All-SEC selection for the second time in his stellar career … Earned his second career selection to the PING All-Southeast Region Team as named by the Golf Coaches Association of America … A first-team selection to the All-Louisiana squad for the third time in his career as voted on by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association … Was also named to the SEC Men’s Golf Good Works Team because of his exemplary record of community service … A steady performer throughout the season, he was one of just two Tigers to crack the starting lineup in all 10 tournaments for the Tigers in 2006-07 … Led the team with a stroke average of 73.0 in 30 competitive rounds … Recorded eight rounds at par or better … Earned a pair of top-10 finishes and finished in the top 20 in five tournaments on the season … Posted his best finish in nearly two years when he tied for third place at the Seminole Intercollegiate with a 54-hole score of 3-under 213 … Also finished in the top 10 at the prestigious Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate by tying for sixth place with his lowest three-round total of the season at 8-under 205 … Was the team’s second best finisher at the SEC Championships after tying for 23rd place … Marked his best finish at the SEC Championships in three career appearances … Wrapped up his stellar career with a 17th-place finish at the Linger Longer Invitational on May 14 … Also finished in the top 20 at the Oklahoma Intercollegiate (t14th) and the Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate (t17th) … Was named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll for the second time in his LSU career … Earned his third varsity letter.

Was named First-Team All-Louisiana by the Louisiana Sportswriters Association for the second time in his LSU career … A steady performer all season for the Tigers, he was one of just two players to appear in all 11 tournaments during the season … Finished second on the team with a 73.7 stroke average in 33 rounds with nine rounds at par or better … Earned one top-10 and three top-20 finishes on the season … Helped the Tigers capture their only team title by finishing in a tie for eighth place at the Shoal Creek Intercollegiate (Sept. 26-27) with his best three-round total of the season at 2-under 214 … Finished in a tie for 18th at the Coca-Cola Tournament of Champions (Sept. 12-13) and a tie for 19th at the Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championship (Feb. 5-7) … Was the second best finisher on the team at the SEC Championships … Finished the tournament in a tie for 31st … Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll … Earned second varsity letter.

Earned Second-Team All-SEC and First-Team All-Louisiana honors in his first season at LSU after transferring from Pacific prior to the 2004-05 season … Was the only Tiger to participate in all 12 tournaments and finished the season with a team-leading 72.83 stroke average in 36 rounds, including 14 rounds of par or better … Tied for third in the SEC with six top-10 finishes … Best finish of the season was a fifth-place finish at the LSU Spring Invitational, April 1-3, with an even-par 216 … Other top-10 finishes were at the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate (t10), the Windon Memorial Classic (t7), the University Club Intercollegiate (6), the Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championship (t6) and the Hootie at Bull’s Bay Intercollegiate (t10) … Added another top-20 finish when he tied for 14th at the SunTrust Gator Invitational with a 7-over 217 … Best three-round total was a 10-under 206 at the University Club Intercollegiate, including a season-best 6-under 66 in the second round … 98.61 percent of rounds counted for LSU during the season (35.5/36)… Earned first varsity letter.

FRESHMAN SEASON (at the Univ. of Pacific)
Played in eight tournaments for the Pacific Tigers, finishing the season with a 73.4 stroke average.

Lettered four times for head coach Sandy Santoli at St. Paul’s High School … Led team to one Class 5A state championship … Won one individual state championship while in high school and was named Golfer of the Year for the South Alabama region … Played for Team USA in the World Junior Golf Cup.

Born June 25, 1985 … Full name is Christopher Durell Wells … Parents are James and Christina Wells … Has one sister, Jamie … Plans to major in business administration … Plays right handed.

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