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|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|
|Stevens Point Country Club||Stevens Point||WI||129||72.0|
My freshman year I took 3rd in my conference as an individual. Our team won every leg of the conference and won the conference title. Our team won our Regional by shooting 309 to win by 22 strokes. Individually, I tied for 5th and shot 79. At Sectionals we shot 305 as a team to win by four strokes. Individually, I tied for 3rd and shot 76. I won a four man playoff to officially place 3rd. At state our team placed 7th but struggled both days shooting 320 and 324. Individually, I shot 79 the first day and 80 the second day for a two day total of 159.
My best career finish was at the Wisconsin Junior PGA Tour Players Tour event at the Meadow Valley Course at Blackwolf Run. I shot 74 the first day in 35+ mph winds and 75 the second day in 20+ mph winds. Overall I placed second shooting 149.
|Years playing golf||Hand||Bench Press (max)|
-Lettered both freshman and sophomore year. (2013, 2014)
-2008 U.S. Kids Golf World Championships in North Carolina.
I have three brothers. My older brother, Trevor, is a freshman at Marquette University and plays for the golf team. I have two younger brothers, Evan and Ethan. Evan is in 8th grade, Ethan is in 5th grade and they also play golf. I play football and am the starting safety on the SPASH Varsity team. I also wrestle and am a two year letter winner in that sport. I love to always be doing something active. I enjoy working out, wake boarding, water skiing, and snow skiing. I push myself everyday to be better than my opponent mentally and physically.
On the field I demonstrate leadership by being vocal and encouraging others when needed. Off the field I make sure I make good choices and lead others in the right direction. I also work hard in school to keep my grades as high as possible. (4.0)
I pursue a healthy athletic performance as a student-athlete by making sure I get the essential requirement of vitamins and minerals into my body everyday. I also work out or exercise daily to get my body in the best physical shape possible.
It's important to give back to your community whenever possible. For example, I have raked people's yards on make a difference day, helped set up/run/clean up multiple elementary school fun fairs, helped out at the house of peace to feed the hunger, helped assistant coach Youth Area Football to be a good role model for younger athletes, and helped out with the United Way Duathlon. These efforts are important to me to support the community I live in.
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