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TFS Lady Indians build skills at FCA camp
Two Tallulah Falls School varsity golfers spent a week beating the heat and honing their skills at the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Golf Camp held annually on St. Simons Island.
Rising juniors Brinson Hall of Mt. Airy and Maggie Jackson of Clarkesville spent five days at the clinic led by professional golfers, college golf coaches and college golfers.
Golf clubs on both St. Simons Island and Jekyll Island served as host courses for the group of 60 high school golfers.
Hall said this is the best golf camp she has attended.
“Not only do you get to learn from the best but you also get to better your walk with Christ with some amazing people,” Hall said. “This camp is a family playing a sport they love while worshiping the God they love which is why I continue to go back. At this camp, I have been able to strengthen bonds with old friends and also make new friends that will last a lifetime.”
Hall won the long-drive competition and Jackson placed second in the club championship, among many highlights for the week.
Jackson said she was grateful to spend time among a strong community of fellow believers.
“Getting the chance to play and practice at these courses is a once in a lifetime opportunity, but the most memorable aspects for me are getting to worship and bond with people who are on the same journey with God as I am,” Jackson said. “It’s truly amazing to see the connections formed every year whether it be with the Lord, with your huddle or with a volunteer during the practice sessions.”
Campers were based at Epworth by the Sea, a Christian conference center located on St. Simons Island.
Rising juniors Brinson Hall of Mt. Airy and Maggie Jackson of Clarkesville, varsity golfers from Tallulah Falls School spent a week at the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Golf Camp held annually on St. Simons Island. Shown, from left, are Hall and Jackson.