Availability status: Available
Country: United Kingdom
Date of birth: 2nd September 2002
Height: 6 feet
Weight: 135 lbs
School: Churcher’s College
Graduation Year: 2021
College Enrollment Year: 2021
High School Grades: Maths: A, Physics: A, Biology: A, English: A, History: A, Latin: A, Sports Science: A, Spanish: B, Chemistry: B;
SAT: not taken yet
Scoring Average: 73.5
Tournament Low Score: 65
Current Handicap: 0
Team Selections: England Regional Team (2017-present), Hampshire County Team (2013-present), England Schools Team (2018)
Top tournament results:
1st place 2018 English Schools National U16 Championship (75,69)
1st place 2017 Hockley Junior Open (69,71)
7th place 2018 South of England Boys (72,69,71,79)
12th place 2018 North of England Boys (76,72,73,75)
19th place 2018 Midland Boys Open Amateur (78,76,76)
25th place 2016 IJGA World Stars Las Vegas (79,74,76)
2nd place 2018 Hampshire County U16 Championship (76,72)
1st place 2017 Hampshire Schools U18s (70, -1)
1st place 2018 Rowlands Castle Junior Open (72, +2)
1st place 2017 Liphook Junior Open (73, +1)
Give us 5 words that best describe you as an athlete:
committed, determined, diligent, competitive, perfectionist
Tell us about your best memory of your athletic career:
At the English Schools National U16 Championship I was 4 over par after 5 holes, not giving up and showing resilience to shoot 3 over par, 3 shots behind the leader after the morning round. In the afternoon, coming back and shooting 3 under par, for a level par total score, and winning by 1 shot. That was a great experience that really showed me what is possible when you don’t give up!
My short term goal is to win a big U18 tournament and to qualify for the Carris Trophy, the British Boys and the English Amateur. I also would like to get to a plus handicap as soon as possible. Long term, my goal is to be a successful college player and then gain my card to play on the PGA or European Tour!
Anything else we should know?
Between competitive rounds and during the winter I work hard on improving my skills and technique, with regular lessons with my coaches. I have many practice routines and drills and try to make every practice session as difficult and meaningful as I can. I practice with purpose and now use Data Labs and a GC2 swing track monitor (weekly during winter) to improve my consistency and scoring averages. I focus about 60% of my practice time to within 100 yards.