|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|
|Hendricks Golf Course||Hendricks||MN||113||34.8|
I placed first at the South Dakota State Class B girl’s golf tournament in 2017 as an individual (sophomore year) and as a team. In 2018, I placed third as an individual in the South Dakota State Class B girl’s tournament (junior year). In the 2018 tournament, I had a rough first nine for the first round and got behind, but I shot better than everyone else the other 27 holes.
Class B State Champion as a team (twice) and individual (once).
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Rookie of the Year (2015), Dolphin Spirit Award (2016), Most Valuable Player (2017), Most Valuable Player (2018).
I hold the Deubrook school record for the lowest 18 hole tournament score shooting a 72. I also hold the school record for the best 36 hole tournament with a total score of 151.
I want to be recruited to play golf in college because I've always dreamed of continuing my career after high school. It'd be a great honor and it's been one of my biggest life goals after high school graduation for many years. I would really like to challenge myself by competing in college golf. I am a competitive person and I would really like to see how I would perform and improve at the college level.
Off the field, I have volunteered the past two years to help younger kids become better golfers at a kids golf camp.
On the field, I feel that I have demonstrated leadership by after having a bad first 9 holes, I regrouped myself and scored the lowest on the last 27 holes of the State Tournament last year. I also, instead of feeling bad for myself, I congratulated the first place winner and I was happy for her because I thought that she deserved it.
I pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete by competing in everything I can. I feel that if you put in the time and dedication, you will be rewarded. I think it's important to always put in 110%. I believe it's important to know that it's okay to have a bad shot or a bad round, because that's not what defines you as a player.
I have volunteered at a golf camp for younger kids the past two years. I feel that helping the younger kids will hopefully inspire them to grow up loving the game as much as I do. I want them to understand that golf is the one game you can enjoy your entire life no matter how good you are.
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