Garth Mulroy and Carl Pettersson finish well on Web.com Tour and PGA Tour
NC State golf legends are in the field for the 142nd Open Championship
Two-time All-American (`99-'00) ... Two-time All-ACC (`99-'00) ... Tied for second at the 2000 ACC Championship ... 1999 NCAA All-District 3 - North ... 72.36 career stroke average ranks third in school history ... Ranked second in single year average with a 71.74 in 2000 ... Fired a 66 in the second round of the 1999 San Juan Shoot Out and a pair of 69s at the 2000 NCAA East Regional ... PGA Tour member ... Won the 2005 Chrysler Championship, the first Wolfpacker to win a PGA Tour event, and then tied for second place the very next week at the Southern Farm Bureau Classic in Madison, Miss. ... Vaulted to 31st on the money list earning $1,993,851 on the season ... Earned an extra $500,000 as the winner of the Fall Finish, presented by PriceWaterhouseCoopers, collecting 201.250 points over the final 11 events on the PGA Tour, well ahead of runner-up Olin Borwne and third-place Tiger Woods ... Tied for fourth at the 2005 Deutsche Bank Championship ... Collected $120,000 with a T11 at the Chrysler Classic of Greensboro ... Fired a course record-tying, career-best 11-under 61 on the Disney Palm Course to hold the second-round lead at the FUNAI Classic at Walt Disney World Resort. Closed with 71-73 to finish T15 ... Made over $1 million in 2004 and posted seven top-10s ... Ended the season with five top-10s in his last six starts ... His season-ending streak of 21 straight rounds at par or better was tied for second-longest on TOUR for the season ... Was just shy of earning $1 million in his rookie season and finished in the top 75 on the money list ... Runner-up, four shots behind Tiger Woods, at Buick Invitational ... Had four more top-25 finishes in 2003 ... Had two top five finishes in 2002 at the BMW Asian Open and the Omega Hong Kong Open, then finished third at the Dubai Desert Classic before winning the Algarve Open de Portugal ... Held a share of the first-round lead in the British Open with a 67. Finished T43 ... Represented Sweden in the 2002 World Cup ... Finished second at the Open de Argentina and fourth at the Gleneagles Scottish PGA Championship in 2001 ... Won the 2000 European Amateur Championship and represented Sweden in the Eisenhower Trophy before turning professional in September.