Summer 2006 -- Advanced to the quarterfinals of the U.S. Amateur Publinks at Gold Mountain in Bremerton, WA ... Tied for 35th in stroke play with scores of 72-75--147 (+3) ... Defeated Charles Soule 4 and 3 in the first round ... Beat Lindsay Renolds 4 and 2 in the second round ... Won in 19 holes against Jeff Daniels in the third round ... Lost 3 and 1 to Casey Watabu, the eventual champion, in the quarterfinals ... Tied for fourth at the Scratch Players Amateur with scores of 68-66-70-37--241 (-11) [the final nine holes were canceled due to inclement weather] ... Tied for 16th at the State Fair Amateur with scores of 68-73-70--211 (-5) ...Tied for 20th at the Sahalee Player's Championship with scores of 74-72-73-75--294 (+6) ... Named one of GolfWeek's 50 Players to Watch in 2006-07.
2005-06 -- Became the sixth UCLA golfer to win the Pac-10 title when he won at Big Horn CC in April with scores of 67-68-70-72--277 (-7) ... Earned 1st Team All-Pac-10 honors and Pac-10 Golfer of the Month honors for April ... Also earned GCAA All-Pacific Region and GCAA Honorable Mention All-America honors ... Recorded six Top 10 finishes, including three straight to begin the season: T9 at the Big-10/Pac-10, T6 at The Prestige and T4 at CordeValle ... Also tied for fourth at Southern Highlands and placed sixth in the Cowboy Classic ... His 15 rounds under par tied for the team lead ... Scoring average of 72.7 ranked second on the team.
Summer 2005 -- Tied for seventh at the Sahalee Players Championship with scores of 75-75-73-73--296 (+8) ... Tied for 33rd at the Scratch Players Championship with scores of 75-72-75-79--301 (+13) ... Tied for 32nd at the Western Amateur with scores of 72-72-71-74--289 (+9).
2004-05 -- Won a playoff to capture the Southern Highlands Collegiate with scores of 66-75-68--209 (-7) ... Defeated Mark Anderson of South Carolina on the first playoff hole ... Also beat Ryan Moore, Pablo Martin and Alejandro Canizares over 54 holes ... Two weeks later, he finished second in the Western Intercollegiate and earned Pac-10 Player of the Month (March) ... Led the team with a stroke average of 72.9 and eight rounds under 70 ... Also recorded nine rounds under par ... Tied for seventh at the U.S. Intercollegiates and finished eighth at The Prestige ... Earned Second Team All-Pac-10 Honors. Summer 2004 -- Placed fifth in the Player's Amateur with scores of 76-68-70-70--284 (-4) ... Finished seventh at the Sahalee Players Championship with scores of 68-71-75-73--287 (-1).
High School -- Four-year letterman at La Mirada HS for coach Jim Erikson ... 2003 L.A. Times Junior Player of the Year ... Two-time First-Team AJGA All-American (2003 and '02) ... In 2003, he recorded five Top 10 finishes: won the Lennar Junior at Mission Hills, placed second at the Western Junior Amateur, finished third at the Rolex Tournament of Champions, tied for third at the PING Phoenix Junior Championship and tied for eighth at the Thunderbird International Junior ... Also played on the 2003 and 2002 Canon Cup West Teams.
Personal -- Chose UCLA for the great area, its academics and the competitive golf ... In his spare time, he enjoys playing basketball and hanging out with friends ... Favorite class is Oceanography ... Favorite professional team is the Lakers ... Has one younger brother, Michael ... Full name is Daniel Jae Hong Im ... Political Science major.