My name is Madison “Maddie” Campos from Honolulu, Hawaii. Although I am a late starter to competitive golf, I have always played team sports and even played Varsity Volleyball my freshman year. My passion is golf. In the past two years, I have cut over 20 stokes on my handicap to obtain a 1.2. This year was a growth year in playing high level competitive golf. Here is how I have done this year so far.
2019 Hawaii State High School Golf Championships.
The event was held at the Kings Golf Course in Waikaloa (74.9/127) Hawaii on the Big Island of Hawaii. I finished T-12 in the Hawaii State High School Championships. I could have done better at states but played with bronchitis so it was a challenge. My scores however did helped our team win 3rd place in the state tournament.
2019 ILH Season Golf Championships
Semi Finals - Day one was held at Oahu Country Club (75.1/142) in very difficult four club wind/rain day. The ILH Championships only takes the top 14 out of 46 players from the 2019 season for a two day tournament. The first day if finished T-4 in a 4 club wind day with at score of 81. I was in first place (-2) up until the 13th hole where I had a stumble to finish 4th.
Finals - Day two was held at the Turtle Bay Resort Fazio Golf Course(75.3/129). It was a difficult windy day and I finished in T-7 with a score of 82. My golf swing has been coming more into its own and I’m learning more about course management. My distance has improve greatly as I routinely out distance my opponents by 50 yards. I’m Trying not to hit thru doglegs and getting in trouble and laying back to improve my scoring.
This year I will played in the US Women’s Amateur Qualifier in Honolulu. US Girls Jr Qualifier in Maui and multiple nationally ranked tournaments to improve my tournament experience.
Last year’s US Women’s Amateur Qualifier. I was one of only four high school girls in field of 39 college and international players. While there, I met some amazing college players and was so impressed with their poise and confidence. I was in the top ten until a stumble at the end and finished 2nd among high school girls in the field. This was a turning point for me; as a 15 year old sophomore in high school, I could envision competing with college level players. I have the drive and ambition to play and want to succeed on the collegiate level. I humbly thank you for your time and consideration. I hope to hear back from you on the possibilities and opportunities.
Mahalo Nui Loa, (Thank you very much)
Phone Number cell (808) 542-9447