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Amy has signed with U of I Golf program and will study golf management

Amy has signed with U of I Golf program and will study golf management
LEWISTON, ID - Amy Hasenoerhl was named the Idaho Golf Association Junior State Champion, and claimed a state title last year for Lewiston High School. With this and so much more under her belt, you'd think she been playing all her life. But that isn't the case.

"The summer after 7th grade we decided for me to start golfing and I just slowly progressed and got better," said Amy.

That progression came from countless hours spent on the greens.

"It's a sport that you can always be working on something and you can always improve," said Amy.

Amy knows mastering all aspects of golf is important, especially the parts that separate the winners from the losers.

"If you can get up and down or if you can putt good that will save you the most," said Amy.

The hours of prep-work continue to pay off, as Amy has signed to play with the University of Idaho next year.

"I'm gonna major in the PGM program which is professional golf management," said Amy.

U of I was the right choice for Amy not only because what they have to offer, but more importantly staying close to her greatest fan base of all, her family.

"I wanna be able to come home on the weekends and have dinner with my family," said Amy.

Amy not only shines in athletics but also academics with a 3.5 GPA.

"By the time I get home I have to do my homework," said Amy.

Striving for the best in all aspects of life makes Amy Hasenoehrl this week's P1FCU Prep Athlete of the Week.
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