College Golf Scholarship Advisors Names Sarah Greene Top College Recruit For Women's Golf Programs
Women's golf is one of the fastest growing sports in the nation and is gaining recognition and popularity as a
college sport. Sarah Greene is a promising high school golfer from Albuquerque, NM who would make a
great addition to any college women's golf program.
Online PR News – 21-March-2013 – Collegiate golf, although a non-revenue sport for many schools, is
gaining a lot of recognition and is one of the fastest growing collegiate sports in the country. Women's golf in
particular is gaining rapid exposure and more and more schools are increasing funding and attention to their
women’s golf programs and are allotting more money for college golf recruiting and college golf scholarships
Women’s golf in particular is gaining rapid exposure and more and more schools are increasing
funding and attention to their women’s golf programs and are allotting more money for college golf
recruiting and college golf scholarships every year.
Sarah Greene, a junior to graduate in 2014 from Albuquerque, NM, is a promising high school golfer who is
an excellent student as well as athlete. According to College Golf Scholarship Advisors, she is one of the top
players for college golf recruiting. She has a 4.0 GPA at Bosque High School, is a Spanish Honors student
and scored a 1790 on her SATs. Besides her excellent marks in school, Sarah is an accomplished golfer who
has consistently improved every year she has played the game and continues to do so. Sarah highest
tournament score is an 87, lowest tournament score is 74, and she has earned a handicap of 2.3. According
to the director of the Rocky Mountain Junior Golf Tour, Tracy Cologne, Sarah consistently scores in the upper
70s in RMJGT tournaments and continues to focus on fundamentals to improve her golf game. “She is a
humble player and an all-around great golfer” says Cologne.
Sarah is the defending New Mexico Athletic Association’s (NMAA) A-AAA District Champion and finished in
3rd place at the New Mexico State Girls Golf Championship for 2012. She has placed in the top three of her
last four High School golf tournaments, three of which were in first place and the fourth tournament she
finished in 2nd place. She also finished 2nd in the Rocky Mountain Junior Golf Tour’s (RMJGT) golf
tournament at the University of New Mexico Championship course in June of 2012. She placed 2nd in the
RMJGT at Santa Ana Golf Course (New Mexico) in September of 2012 and placed 2nd in the RMJGT
tournament at the Wigwam Golf Course (Arizona) in November of 2012.
Sarah has great potential for college golf recruiting, and is hoping to major in either Biology or Chemistry. She
would be an excellent addition to any collegiate golf program.
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