Munroe, who competed in three tournaments during the fall of his freshman season at North Carolina finished tied for fifth-place at the North Carolina Amateur Championship June 17 in Durham, N.C. with rounds of 72-76-69-70=287 (-1).
Munroe shot rounds of 70-67-68-66=271 in his third-place finish at the Rice Planters Amateur, three shots back of the winner.
"I am very excited about adding Zach to our program," CofC men's golf head coach Mark McEntire said. "With our excellent incoming freshman class this team is capable of doing some really good things."
Other notable achievements on his amateur resume include a victory in the 2011 CPT Raintree Classic in Charlotte, N.C., as well as advancing to the round of 16 at the 2011 North Carolina Match Play Championship. Munroe also qualified for the 2009 U.S. Junior.
Munroe, a native of Charlotte, N.C., played high school golf at Providence, where he was a three-time letterman and the team's most valuable player in 2010 and 2011. Munroe was the conference and regional champion in 2010 and finished top-10 at the state tournament that year.
Munroe has a career best round of 64, which he set in 2008 at the Joe Cheves Junior Invitational at Mimosa Hills in Morganton, N.C.