|Total Rnds||AVG||18 BEST||36 BEST||54 BEST||72 BEST|
|Total Trmts||Rnds Ctd||R1 AVG||R2 AVG||R3 AVG||Even Rnds||Under Rnds||ATP||ASOL|
|home course name||home course city||home course state||home course slope||home course rating|
|Oakbrook Golf Course||Edwardsville||IL||126||71.1|
2015--SUMMER TOURNAMENTS--Gateway Jr PGA Championships--Winghaven Country Club, OFallon, MO, 84 86 (170) Tied for 5/17
U of I Orange Course , Champaign, IL/Sectionals (88) missed advancing to state by 6 strokes as individualist, placed 24th out of 111. The team placed seventh.
1st place medalist (84), Madison County Tournament, Belk Park Golf Course, Wood River, IL.
2013--Individual Varsity awards as Freshman--Low Freshman(92), Gary Bair invitational at Oakbrook Golf Course, Edwardsville, IL.
J.V. Awards-- First place medalist Panther Classic (field of 31 girls)
2015-VARSITY TEAM--Lady Tiger Lowest Stroke Average Overall 40.74
2013--VARSITY TEAM--Low Freshman (92), Gary Bair Invitational
|Years playing golf||Hand||Bench Press (max)|
2015--First Team All Southwestern Conference
2014--Voted Class "AA" All-Area 1st Team by Metro East Golf Coaches Association
1st place medalist, Madison County Tournament (84), Belk Park Golf Course, Wood River, IL. Field of 42.
Hole in One, Oakbrook Golf Course, par 3, 140 yards.
2013--Low Freshman (92) Varsity, Gary Bair Invitational, Oakbrook Golf Course, Edwardsville, IL. Field of 55.
2013--Nominated by Julia Doll, Honors Biology Teacher, Tiger Choice Award for Impressive Perseverance.
My family introduced me to the game of golf at a young age. We enjoyed practicing and playing together, which led to me wanting to compete. I became involved in the Junior PGA, as a way to compete in my age group. It has only been the last three years that I have focused on playing competitively. From 2013 to 2014 I dropped my stroke average by eight strokes and from 2014 to 2015 I dropped it by an additional four strokes. I continue to strive to be the best I can be on and off the course. This year I've been awarded the Southwestern Conference Academic All Conference, Southwestern Conference First Team, and Class AA All-Area First Team and the Edwardsville Intelligencer Fall MVP Award. I was also awarded the Lady Tiger Overall Low Stroke Average Trophy. I was the Madco and Southwestern Conference Tournament medalist. I ended my season with a 40.7 stroke average and a 16.9 putting average. I placed third at Regionals and I missed going to state by two strokes. Here is a list of my 9 hole and 18 hole tournaments: 37, 41, 44, 39, 36, 42, 42, 39, 38, 43, 42, 86, 85, 80, 75, 83, and 90.
My goal is to continue my playing career in college and throughout my life. The game of golf can help you to meet people and to build relationships that last a lifetime. I am looking to build that with a hardworking, dedicated, and winning golf team and coaches.
I am very dedicated to my academic studies as well. My education is my priority as it leads me into my career path. I am very interested in Animal Science, particularly Equine studies. I love animals and am a horse owner. My school of choice would be a college that offers agricultural programs and facilities. I take honors classes in Biology and Spanish. I currently have a 3.83 GPA and have been on the honor roll all my years in school. Thus, earning me the Principals Award and the Tiger Choice Award for perseverance.
I previously have played violin for seven years until I had to give that up to pursue Agricultural Classes. I am a member of A.R.C. (Animal Rescue Club) and F.F.A. I have also volunteered at various organizations including the Food Pantry, my local church, and the Humane Society.
F.I.T and G.O in middle school.
Performed at orchestra events at local nursing homes at Christmas time.
Volunteered at church in live Journey to Bethlehem for community.
Volunteered at Metro East Humane Society walking the dogs in the kennels.
Volunteered at local golf course painting tee markers to improve quality of course.
Volunteered at local food pantry during food drive.
Food Pantry, Edwardsville, IL unloading trucks on Food Drive day
Volunteered at Maryville Baptist Church as actor in their yearly Journey to Bethlehem outdoor live story. .
American Legion Golf Course, painted tee markers on golf course to prepare for community event.
TWIGS, local community service to hand out sack lunches to individuals in need.
D.A.R.E. volunteer at yearly car show to raise funds to support the DARE education in the school district, Officer Joy Davis, supervisor.
Metro East Humane Society: Volunteered walking dogs in the kennels.
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