I have been sooo busy with life! The Junior Ryder Cup was absolutely amazing, and I have no idea how to even explain how much fun it was.
Wow, I feel like there are so many things going on in my CRAZY life right now! I am working really hard on my game, so I hope to be ready for the Junior Ryder Cup in two weeks.
My golf friends have always said the face of my putter looked scratched, but I never really paid much attention to it.
Oh my goodness! I got home from the Junior PGA, and with all the excitement from the news about the Junior Ryder Cup Team, I knew I would be very busy the next few weeks.
My week at the Junior PGA Championship was a blast in every way possible.
So this past week I went to Canon Cup and I didn’t know what to expect going into the tournament because I had never been before. However, Canon Cup was extremely fun, and filled with so much adventure and competitiveness.
Sometimes golf just doesn’t work out the way you want it to. However, if you make it fun, it doesn’t upset you as badly, and unfortunately that is what I learned at the U.S. Girls’ Junior Amateur in Pinehurst, N.C.
Wow, what a week. I had so much fun in Huntsville, Ala., at the AJGA Huntsville Junior presented by The Huntsville Athletic Club.
I hope everyone has had a wonderful week! I had a nice, relaxing, tune-up week in my little ‘ol town of Princeton.
The AJGA Rolex Tournament of Champions was held at The Blessings Golf Club. I think it is the hardest golf course to walk and to play that I will ever see.
I had a wonderful week with a crazy ending.
Well guys, I made it, and I finally played golf that I liked!
I had such an exciting week in Illinois for the AJGA Junior at Quad Cities. It all started when I got to drive through Peoria with my permit.
I had a blast this past week in Arizona for the Thunderbird International Junior at Grayhawk Golf Club. I met so many people, played so much pingpong and got to play in the hot desert, which was very pretty.
I am going to pat myself on the back because we got out of school Friday and I think I did pretty well on all of my finals. It has been a great few days out of school because it has finally warmed up and I have gotten in a lot of practice time.
Well this weekend was an adventure. Heading to my U.S. Women’s Open qualifier at U.S. Women’s Open at Shady Oaks Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas, we first drove to Arkadelphia, Ark., which took six hours.
Hello! My name is Emma Talley, and I am a 16-year-old from Princeton, Ky.