Sarosh Adi competed in four spring tournaments for TCU as the fifth man, including two in place of an injury Paul Barjon late in the season ... filled in for Barjon at the Morris Williams Intercollegiate and the Big 12 Championship ... earned 36th place at the Morris Williams Invite, his top career showing at a varsity event ... was 30th at the Big 12 Championship ... opened the spring by playing in both the Arizona Intercollegiate and Amer Ari Invitational ... posted his top round of 1-over 73 in the final round of the Amer Ari Invite ... also played for TCU in the squad's match-play victory over Georgia Tech.
Adi competed in two tournaments for TCU as a freshman ... tied for 69th place at the John Hayt Collegiate Invitational ... posted the top competition round of his career with a 1-under-par 71 in the final round of the Hayt Collegiate ... played two rounds at the Boilermaker Invitational before withdrawing due to injury.
Adi played in several amateur events during his prep career ... won the 2008 TJGT Sooner Invitational ... placed third at the 2011 Collegiate Players Tournament at Radley Run Country Club and finished top-15 at the event held at Jimmie Austin/OU Golf Club ... claimed a top-5 finish at the 2010 AJGA Majakoba Junior Golf Classic.
Adi arrived at TCU from Frisco, Texas, where he attended Frisco Centennial High School ... was a four-year letterwinner in golf for the Titans ... earned all-district 9-4A and all-region honors as a senior in 2011 ... won the District 9-4A individual championship with a two-round total of 148, leading Centennial to the team title ... also earned an individual title as a sophomore in 2009 at the Big T's Sports High School Tournament ... placed top-5 at the Vernon Newson Memorial as a junior in 2010.
OFF THE COURSE
Adi is the son of Adil and Zenobia Adi ... has one brother, Piran ... majoring in business.