Tyler Price (2024)
Yucaipa High School
I was late to the game of golf, but not to sports. Though I have played baseball and football at a high level since I was a young child, I didn’t pick up a golf club until halfway through my COVID-shortened Freshman year, when a lack of football and an abundance of pent up energy led my parents to “encourage” me to find an outdoor activity. The first time I played, I think I shot a 136, and probably didn’t even count them all! After that day, I never wanted to touch a club again. Until the next day. With curiosity (and probably a good bit of animosity), I tried again. I was marginally better, but this time, I was hooked. Since that day two and a half years ago, whether rain, wind, sun or snow, I have practiced this beautiful game at every opportunity. I know my peers have years of experience and countless more lessons than me. Humbly, I welcome the challenge of catching and surpassing them, and I can promise you, no one works harder at improving their game than myself. I have a great deal of respect for the game of golf. It has taught me humility, integrity, grit, and several other lessons I will carry throughout my life. I hope to combine my love of academics with my strong performance on the course to earn a scholarship as a college golfer.
2/3 May Citrus Belt League finals
5/6 May FCG 15th Annual Memorial Championship Indian Canyons (Palm SPrings, CA)
20/21 May FCG Arizona World Series at Ocotillo Ocotillo GC (Chandler, AZ)
Chris Smeal, FCG Founder (619) 339-2377, firstname.lastname@example.org
Brian Blalock, Head Coach, Yucaipa High School (909) 772-2988,