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Player Resume

William Roth
  May 2010
William Roth
William Roth (Will)
Home: Niwot, Colorado
Graduates: May - 2010
High School: Holy Family High School
Home Golf Course: Lake Valley Golf Club
Height: 6 ft. 1 in.   Weight: 150 lbs.
Started Playing Golf at Age: 10
Plays Golf: Right handed
Recent Tournament Summary
  Date Tournament Name Location Yardage Par Score Finish
1 Sep 29 Holy Family Invitational Broadlands GC, Broomfiled, CO 6691 72 75 2/86
2 Sep 23 3A State Regional Tournament Deer Creek GC, Littleton, CO 6520 72 82 T3/84
3 Sep 14 Longmont Invitational Heritage Todd GC, Thortan, CO 6550 72 72 1/88
4 Sep 10 Metropolitan League Match Indian Peaks GC, Lafayette, CO 6617 72 72 T2/45
5 Sep 2 Metropolitan League Match Broadlands GC, Broomfield,CO 6691 72 75 T4/35
6 Aug 25 Metropolitan League Match Spring Valley GC, Elizabeth, CO 6500 72 71 1/35
7 Aug 17 Metropolitan League Match Green Valley Ranch GC, Aurora, CO 6682 72 75 2/34
8 Aug 13 Metropolitan League Match Thorncreek GC, Thorton, CO 6698 72 78 4/40
9 Aug 3 USGA Amateur Championship Sectional Qualifier Boulder CC, Boulder, CO 7085 70 77 - 77  154 T29/78
10 Jul 21 Under Armour College Golf Combine East Valley GC, Beaumont, CA 6600 72 73 T10/70
All About Me
  1. Golf Achievements: Four year Varsity Letterman
    2009: Golf Team Captain; Metropolitan League Senior Golfer of the Year;Team MVP Award;Golf Sportsmanship Award;First Team All-League;First Team Boulder County All-Region Team. 2008: Golf Team Captain. 1st place, 3A Regional Championship. 11th place, 2008 3A Colorado State Championship.  First Team All-Conference Metro League. First Team Boulder County All-Region. Team  MVP;Colorado Junior Golf Assoc. Academic All-Star (4 years). 2007: Honorable Mention All-Conference Metro League. Team Sportsmanship Award
    2006: Team Most Improved Player Award
  2. Other Achievements: Academics: Academic All State First Team: 3 years (8 varsity seasons)
    National Honor Society Treasurer; Ambassador Club Co-President
    Academic  Awards:  Algebra II, Geography, World History, Apologetics
    Varsity Letterman:  Baseball 3 years, 2008 State Qualifier; Basketball 2 years
    Academic Letter: 3 years 
    Volunteer Activities: Special Olympics; American Legion and Community Foodshare;Reading Buddies Program

  3. Attributes that will make me a good college student-athlete golfer: I am goal-oriented, hard-working ,organized and serious about academics and athletics as evidenced by the fact that I have earned 8 Varsity letters while pursuing a rigorous college preparatory curriculum maintaining a 3.88 GPA.
  4. I will be a good college teammate because: I interact well with different kinds of people. I have "risen through the ranks" since freshman year to be the Team Captain junior year and  senior year. I am very much a team-player who understands that mutual respect is an important ingredient of any successful team.
  5. I am looking for a university and golf program that: Is a strong academic school matched with a competitive golf program. I am looking for the best combination of strong academic program where I can continue to play golf on a varsity level while pursing my degree.
  6. My college goals are: To pursue a degree that will prepare me for career after graduation and maintain my personal goal of high academic achievement.
  7. I am looking for a college golf coach that:

    Is interested in seeing all of his players become the best golfers they can be, while encouraging a strong balance between academic and athletic success.

  8. The strengths of my golf game are: I am very determined and I never give up on a hole or a round. You can count on me to get everything I can out of my golf game that day.
  9. The weaknesses of my golf game are: Inconsistency. I sometimes hit a few bad shots causing my lowest rounds to not be as good as I know they can be.
  10. I think my golf game will continue to improve because: I am a hard worker and nothing motivates me more than the opportunity to improve my golf game.
    I continue to work with an excellent coach and approach each tournament as an opportunity not only to succeed, but to learn, grow and improve. Also, I approach practicing as seriously as I do tournament play.
Personal Statement
This summer I decided to focus all my athletic attention on golf, setting aside other varsity sports.

I have been excited about the decision because in only a short period of time I have made significant improvements in my understanding of the golf swing and course management.

I am equally focused now on earning a solid academic education and to represent that institution successfully on its golf team.

References available on request and to coaches.