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Natalie Cheong



High School Graduation Year



Las Vegas




United States

Primary Sport


Secondary Sports








Academic High School

Odyssey Charter School

High School GPA


Favorite Subjects

Science and History

Desired College Major

Business and Marketing

About Me

I’m 12 years old and I started playing golf 1 year ago. I’ve been playing tennis since I was 4 years old, but I decided to try something new. I wanted to experience something different, something that I was good at and happy with. When I first tried out golf, it was something really new and strange. The swing was a little different than my tennis swing, but in a way it was really similar. I felt like golf was the sport for me. After a few lessons I really became determined and I wanted to take golf more seriously. So I played a lot of tournaments and I practiced a lot. After a year playing golf, I feel more confident than ever. I want to practice everyday and at least go on the course 3 times a week. I really like how this is going and I want to continue getting better and better everyday.


My two main hobbies are tennis and golf, I play golf everyday and I play tennis 3 times a week for exercise. If I ever had free time, you would usually find me in the kitchen making breakfast, lunch, or dinner. But besides cooking and sports I really like to draw and paint.

Favorite Pro Teams

I don’t have any particular favorite teams.

Favorite College Teams

My favorite golf teams are USC, UCLA, and Stanford.

Favorite Athletes

My two favorite tennis players are Roger Federer and Serena Williams.
And my favorite golf players on tour are Phil Mickelson, Rory Mcilroy, Michelle Wie, Lydia Ko, and Lucy Li.

Favorite Sports Memory

I remember when I was in Jr. League last year. It was my first time playing on the course with a team and I was really nervous. I didn’t know any of the rules in golf and I didn’t know how to keep track of the score. Luckily, I had two great teammates to help me out. It was a Par 3, 97 yards from the hole. I pulled out my driver and put my tee into the ground. Everyone was looking at me, probably wondering what in the world I was doing, but I didn’t know my yardage so I had no clue what to hit. When I hit the ball, I hit it straight into the bushes. It was a little embarrassing, but I’m just so glad that I’ve gotten so much better in just a year.

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