|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|
|Apple greens cold course||Higland||NY||113||11.8|
|Years playing golf||Hand||Bench Press (max)|
Golfer of the year Poughkeepsie journal
I want to be recruited for college athletics because without sports in my life, I feel as if my acedemics career would diminish because I don’t have that push to succeed. Having a team is also very important to me and wanting to win for a group of friends is the best feeling. College is also so different from high school, but sports have been apart of me my whole life so it will help the change.
Being a captain of my high school golf team for 3 years now has allowed me to help players that have potential and guide them through the good and the bad. I am also the captain of my club soccer team and high school team, which gives me a different view. I began coaching soccer when I was 14 and fell in love with it because I can see the joy and challenge given to the young kids and how they change over the years. Off the field, I am involved in clubs like yearbook, mathletes, and newspaper where I make change in my school.
Acedemics always come first to me. I have been awarded scholar athlete for all years of varsity sports and will continue through out college. Being a healthy athlete to me means having a strong mental standpoint, and there’s no better way to have that then playing golf. It is one of the most challenging mental game I have ever been involved in and balancing school along with it is not easy.
Being involved in my small town is extremely important to me because it allows me to make connections and grow as a responsible citizen. I am part of a youth group at my church that provides services for the hungry and needy like food pantries and breakfasts. Our main goal is to connect to the community and make them feel as if they have a family. Being a part of national honor society also shows care for community by gaining experience outside the classroom.
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