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Takara Bowman (2023)

Players Full Name: Takara Grace Swithenbank-Bowman

Graduation Year: 2024

Gender: Female

High School you attend:  La Costa Canyon High School

Players Height: 5.4

Players Weight: 110 pounds

Country you live in: United States

GPA: 3.5

Personal Statement:

Hi, my name is Takara Bowman- Class of 2024

I have been playing golf since I was 10 years old where I lived in South Africa and joined my first golf team. I have continuously improved through the time I have been playing. I fell in love with the game and have grown a passion for this sport. I started playing in San Francisco I appreciate that I can play this amazing sport, and that each time I grab my club I hit with passion. I really enjoy the challenge aspect of golf, and that having bad days only makes you improve and want to do better.

I tried out for my school’s golf team and made Varsity my freshman year. I am always determined to put in the work, time and effort to get better. Now, as a Junior I have made more accomplishments during my season and have progressed along the way. I am competing in the……

I continue to improve during the off season and practice as much as possible to soon achieve my dream to commit. Aside from my Highschool team, I also enjoy playing tournaments.

To me golf has helped me in so many ways, with understanding that anything you put your mind to it is possible to achieve.  I have meet so many inspiring golfers along this journey and it has helped me to get a different view on golf, with whatever you set your mind to you will achieve. I am always up for a new course and the obstacles it has along the way. I have also made all my closest friends by playing golf on my high school team, and I have met so many amazing people from just being at the golf course every day. I love being part of my high school team, my teammates and I always make sure to support each other, to help us all to improve together – this I feel has also helped our team do well in matches and team events.

This year (2022) has been the most accomplishing year in my golf career. I have really been wanting to take my game to the next level, so I went on to getting a swing coach in hopes to fix and change my swing to better benefit my game. Although it hasn’t been easy, I am always up for the challenge. To say the least, the work that I have been putting in has paid off.  The main difference that I’ve started to see is a lowering in my scores. I’ve slowly started shooting in the 70’s for the first time in my golf career.

Scoring Averages (freshman and sophomore year):

Season Average: 48

CIF Qualifier:

CIF Finals:

Team CIF: 83 (Santa Barbara Golf Course)

Scoring Averages (Junior):

Season Average: 43

CIF Qualifier:

CIF Finals:

Team CIF:


Tournament Resume: (List up to your Ten Best Tournaments within the past two years)




Upcoming Tournament Schedule:


Dec 10 – 1, Rancho Bernardo Inn 3RD  ANNUAL FCG GIRLS COLLEGE

Dec 19 – 21, St Mark Golf Club – San Marcos, CA, Temecula, CA    16TH ANNUAL FCG ANNUAL CHAMPIONSHIP


Link to your Blue Golf Player Profile:   In progress

List Two References:  (Swing Coach, Mentor, High School Coach, Other)


High School Coach – Head Coach Casey Sovacool & Bill Vice Assistant Coach – La Costa Canyon

Chris Smeal – Future Championship Golf Coach

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