David Robinson is the only men’s golfer in PBC history to be named the conference’s Player of the Year three straight times. Also a three-time All-American, he won seven tournaments from 2000-03 at Georgia College. He is tied for third all-time on the PBC list of career tournaments won.
Robinson made an immediate impact as a freshman, finishing tied for third at the 2000 PBC Championships. He finished 11th at the NCAA Regionals that year, helping the Bobcats to a second-place finish and the NCAA National Championships, where he finished 46th in a field of 93.
As a sophomore he won his first individual title at the Mercer Fall Preview and was 16th at the NCAA regionals. He won two more titles his junior year at the Pfeiffer Invitational and the Bobcat Invitational, was fifth at the Peach Belt Championships and seventh at the NCAA regionals. His 72.14 stroke average for that year still stands as the 15th-lowest single-season average in PBC history.
His senior season provided wins at the West Florida Intercollegiate and his first Peach Belt Conference tournament title. At the PBC, he fired back-to-back rounds of 68, becoming one of four players to ever shoot two rounds in the 60s at the league tournament.
Robinson turned professional upon graduating from Georgia College and played on the Nationwide Tour and Web.com Tour. He has also worked as a caddy on the PGA Tour.