After trying out different sports, I came to the conclusion that golf was- and is- the best sport for me. The sports I played this past year were golf, track (discus and shot put) and competitive cheer for school. In the past, my teammates named me the "silent but deadly golfer" because of how I was very soft spoken, but could pack a punch with my golf skills. The 2019 golf season was very successful for me. In addition to improving my stroke average by over 10 strokes this year, I had multiple top 10 finishes, including a sudden death playoff in the D4 Michigan State Finals and a tie for 2nd in the GAM Junior Kickoff. My improvement in golf came from not only my work on my swing and short game, but also from putting in time working on my mental game. My swing coach and I have been implementing Vision 54 training to work on my human skills and recently, I read the book Be a Player for an independent book assignment. Over the winter, I look forward to continuing weekly lessons and adding weight and conditioning training, as well as continued work on my human skills of golf. I believe that I will be a great asset to a college team because my grades are very good (3.9/4.0), and I am very big about having a positive attitude towards others and I try to spread that by motivating others. I am in my second year caddying for a local course, and I feel that being a caddie will help me know the rules of golf better and to read the greens better. When I am not out playing golf, I enjoy playing cello in our praise and worship group, singing in school and community events, and performing in musicals. I also like to give back to my community by working at a soup kitchen in Detroit.