Congratulations to Futures Series Champion, Emily Matthews (Mebane, NC 2023), for her victory today at the NC One-Day Series at Mill Creek GC, shooting 80 on the day!⛳️🏌️♀️
Why make birdies when you can make eagles!?! Congratulations to both @e.tart and @chloepittgolf on making eagles on the 2nd hole at @millcreekgolfnc ⛳️🏌️♀️🐥👏🏼
Congratulations to Prep Series champion @gracemholcomb for her victory today at the NC One-Day Series at Mill Creek GC! ⛳️🏌️♀️
PKBGT's @chloepittgolf repping her @2ggapparel shirt at our NC One-Day Event at Mill Creek GC! Good luck to everyone playing today! ⛳️🏌️♀️
#throwbackthursday from one of our alumni, @jessicamarye! . . . #tbt to the good old days...what I would do to be able to play in #PKBGT tournaments again! Not only did I learn a great deal about playing competitively, but I also formed some of my greatest friendships through the PKB tour, many of which will last a lifetime. I can't say enough good things about this tour and the people who run it, and I am very thankful to have had the opportunity to grow up playing on the Peggy Kirk Bell Tour!
Our Storie Apparel Mover of the Week is @hannah.hankim ! Hannah moved up 6 spots on the Prep Middle Atlantic Order of Merit presented by @storieapparel after her 1st place finish this past weekend at Middle Atlantic One-Day Event at Hobbit's Glen GC. Great playing Hannah!
Regram: @brandijacksongolf #collegetiptuesday The GA Southern Womens Golf Coach Emily Kuhfeld recently shared some insight with me on her college recruiting philosophy. - This is probably one of the best ways to explain why some things happen the way they do during the process that seem to have no explanation. - I get asked quite often about why a particular player was recruited over another player when their scores and resume might not have been as good. - While, yes, recruiting a player is a lot about tournament results and numbers there is also a major factor that is considered that can't always be explained. It's just a gut feeling a coach has towards a certain personality or temperament. - This doesn't mean the player necessarily did anything wrong or wasn't good enough, it just means the feeling wasn't there from the coach that they would make a good match. - Especially for coaches who have been doing this for years, they've learned to see past things and dissect certain answers that a player gives on a visit or during communication. They watch habits and tendencies on the course that tells them a lot about the player's personality and potential. - Each coach has different opinions and approaches to the type of player they like the best, so don't always take it personally if a coach says they're going another direction or it just isn't a good fit. - Yes, it may mean they don't think you're good enough, or you may have done something wrong through the process that you need to work on but many times it simply means they had a gut feeling you just weren't a good fit for them, the school, or the team. - My guess is that you will feel the exact same way towards some of the coaches and players that you meet. We are all different and we all get along in different ways. Coaches have to consider what is best for them and the team environment more than anything else and they have a lot more experience at figuring that out than recruits do! -
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