COLUMBUS, Ohio – Faith Choi, a Frederick, Md. native, has signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Ohio State as a member of the women’s golf program, head coach Therese Hession announced today.
“We are thrilled to welcome Faith to the Buckeye family,” said Hession. “She has a solid game and will make an immediate impact on our team. Faith will also add a lot of positive energy to the team and help get us the best out of each player. Academically she is a standout, and we look forward to her arrival in Columbus.”
In 2020, Choi has two top-five finishes: at the Celadon Junior Championships (second) and Maryland Women’s Amateur (third). Her other top finish on the year was 14th at the Dustin Johnson World Junior Championship. In 2018, she won the Junior Girls State Championship at Kenwood Golf and Country Club with a two-under-par 140 over the two-day event.
In 2019, Choi set a Timuquana Country Club record by shooting a 12-under-par 60 in the first round of stroke play at the U.S. Women’s Amateur Four-Ball championship. The USGA team event included current Buckeye Aneka Seumanutafa.
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