College Golf Camps of America is beyond excited to announce our first all girl’s camp featuring Stacy Lewis. CGC – Stacy Lewis will be January 16th – 18th, 2015 in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Stacy Lewis embraces the essence of the “late-bloomer” as it relates to junior and college golf. Stacy played 4 years at the University of Arkansas and graduated with a double-major in finance. She also won 12 college tournaments and the 2007 individual NCAA championship.
Lewis was never the highly ranked junior golfer. Of course, she had huge challenges physically, which she has overcome. She is the “All-American” girl when it comes to junior golf. Kelley Hester, current Head Golf Coach at Furman University coached Stacy while at University of Arkansas, says “Stacy is the ultimate “cinderella story”. She climbed the ranks of college golf as a relatively unknown in junior golf to become one of the top female golfers in the world. As Stacy’s college coach, it has been fun to watch her continue to challenge herself and succeed at all levels. Every little girl dreaming to play on tour should hear her story and learn from her experience.”
A portion of the proceeds from Stacy’s camp will benefit a charity commensurate with her passion.
“It is a great honor to partner with College Golf Camps to start their first ever all girl’s camp. I am very passionate about women in sport and providing a platform for us to stand alone. I look forward to sharing my college experience and the things that I have learned since with the campers. I can’t wait to see everyone in West Palm Beach in January!” – Stacy Lewis, LPGA
“To say that we are excited to have Stacy Lewis on board is the understatement of the year. Stacy is the epitome of why we exist. College Golf Camps attempts to provide junior golfers and families with opportunities never seen before. Stacy’s accomplishments are truly amazing, her passion to succeed is remarkable.” says Nick Rook, CGC’s President/Founder “Having Stacy involved in our first girl’s only camp only furthers our mission to advance the opportunities for junior golfers to achieve their dreams.”