General: An impressive player who has strong fundamentals and hits it far ... Doesn't miss many greens ... No real weakness in his game ... Career highlight came in the summer of 2005 when he won the 49th Annual Eastern Amateur with a tourney-record 267 (breaking the previous mark held by Curtis Strange) ... A player who is excited to improve his game and will benefit greatly from an off-season of concentrated work ... Historically, has played better in the spring than the fall, capitalizing on NU's winter workout program ... Capable of contending for individual titles.
2007-08: Played consistent golf throughout fall finishing in the top 30 of all five tournaments ... Helped lead NU to its third Windon crown with a seventh-place finish ... Carded a 2-under 211 (70-69-72) at the Windon ... Placed 16th in the season-opening Wolf Run Intercollegiate with a 5-over 218 ... Had five rounds of par or better ... Placed 20th at the CordeValle Collegiate, 28th at the Olympia Fields/Fighting Illini Invitational and 29th at the Big Ten/Pac-10 Challenge ... Led the team with a 73.64 stroke average ... Finished at a season-high of third place at the Western Intercollegiate ... Placed in the top 23 in six of the last eight spring events ... Shared seventh place at the Jacksonville Dual Match ... Shot a 69 in the third round of the Puerto Rico Classic, taking 20th place ... Earned a tenth place finish at the Robert Kepler Intercollegiate ... Shot four rounds in the 70s at the Big Ten Championship, taking 19th place ... Second on the team in top-10 finishes with 3 ... Lead the team with four top-20 finishes ... Played in all 13 events and shot 36 rounds, tied for first on the team.
2006-07: Came on strong at the end of the season after recovering from a summer injury, posting a top-10 and a top-20 finish in the last three events of the year ... Defended his medalist honors at the Kepler Intercollegiate admirably, shooting a 1-under 70 in the opening round to earn a tie for the lead before eventually finishing in sixth place ... Led the 'Cats at the NCAA Central Regional Championships, firing a season-low 4-under 68 in the second round and finishing in a tie for 17th in the individual race ... Finished the season with a 77.09 stroke average ... Fired five rounds of par or better ... Qualified for U.S. Open Sectionals after a 6-over 77 in local qualifying at Conway Farms.
2005-06: Academic All-Big Ten selection ... Won his first collegiate event at the Kepler Intercollegiate with a 1-under, 54-hole total of 215 at Muirfield Village Golf Club in his hometown of Dublin, Ohio ... Earned Big Ten Golfer of the Week honors for his victory ... Tied for fourth place with teammate Chris Wilson at the NCAA Central Regional Championships, shooting 1-over-par 214 for 54 holes ... Led the Wildcats at the NCAA National Championships, firing three consecutive 74's ... Came out firing at the Wildcat-hosted Big Ten Championships, tying a season-best by shooting six-under 65 in the opening round ... Also shot 65 (7-under) in the second round of the CordeValle Collegiate ... Pair of 65's were the lowest rounds by any Wildcat for the year ... The 65's propelled him to his other two top-20 finishes, T-11 at the CordeValle Collegiate and T-13 at the Big Ten Championships ... Finished season with a 74.08 scoring average, fourth best on the 'Cats and a half-stroke improvement over 2004-05 ... Tied with Wilson for second on the Wildcats in rounds in the 60's with four ... Shot 11 rounds of par or better throughout the season ... Northwestern's Big Ten Sportsmanship Award recipient ... Win at the Eastern Amateur in 2005 enabled him to take a week off from collegiate golf and play in the Virginia Beach Open Nationwide Tour event after the Big Ten Championships.
2004-05: Named to Big Ten's All-Championships team for his third-place finish at the season-ending tournament ... Carded a final round 6-under 66 to finish in a team- and career-high third place ... Finishing score was 7-under 209, the best of his rookie season ... Two team-best finishes in the spring after having played only one event in the fall -- the Notre Dame Invitational/Central Regional Preview ... Claimed a team-best 12th-place showing at the Texas A&M Aggie Invitational ... Shot a second round, 3-under 69 in finishing 4-over 220 ... Concluded the season with team's third-lowest stroke average (74.50) and its lowest individual round score (66).
High School: Named the 2003 Ohio Capital Conference Player of the Year and the Suburban News Athlete of the Year ... Third-place finish at the Ohio High School Championships in 2003 ... Four top-10 finishes on the 2003 junior circuit, including second place at the Future Collegians World Tour National Championship ... At the Future Collegians World Tour event, posted a 5-under 139 (69-70) on the famous Doral Spa and Resort's Blue Monster ... High school team MVP as a freshman.
Personal: Born Kyle Stephen Moore on 6/26/85 ... Son of George and Susan Moore ... Chose Northwestern over Notre Dame, Illinois, Purdue and Ohio State ... Played against current Northwestern golfers, senior Chris Wilson and fellow junior Dan Doyle ... Communication studies major.
Moore's Career Statistics
Year Rounds Strokes Average Low
2004-05 14 1043 74.50 66
2005-06 37 2741 74.08 65
2006-07 35 2698 77.09 68
2007-08 26 1915 73.64 69
Career 112 2099 299.31 65