In college, I hope to continue to improve my game through lower scores and more satisfactory play. By the end of my high school senior year and beginning of my college freshman year, I hope to be shooting in the mid to high 80s for 18 and in the 30s for 9. In the long game of golf, it is important to stay focused. This however, doesn't mean to not have fun! It is important to me to have a good time no matter how bad or good I am playing. I get along with others which makes having fun during tournaments easy! Getting along with the other players as well as my teammates is important to me because it makes playing golf enjoyable for myself and those I am playing with. Whenever I am not playing my best I can always rely on my friends on my team to cheer me up and keep me focused. I am very optimistic especially playing such a frustrating sport like golf. Every morning during the summer, everyone could always find me practicing on the range, putting green, or on the course. This shows how dedicated and passionate I am about golf and improving my game. On top of all of these qualities I am a leader. My senior season, I was unofficially named captain and in charge of organizing and executing fun team-bonding activities. I hope to continue to exercise these same characteristics playing collegiate.