The South Florida PGA proudly announces Sarah Ciampi as the 2014 Bobby Goodman Scholarship recipient. The Bobby Goodman Scholarship is a $2,500 grant annually given to a high school senior or college student entering into his/her freshman or sophomore year of undergraduate studies whose parents or grandparents either work in or are retired from the golf industry. The scholarship is named after PGA Professional Bobby Goodman, who is recognized for his numerous contributions to the game of golf at all levels. The Bobby Goodman Scholarship Fund was created in 1988 by the South Florida PGA Senior Committee in tribute to the late Bobby Goodman.
Sarah is the granddaughter of Nunzio Ciampi, PGA who was the Head Professional at Glen Head Country Club in Glen Head, New York.
Sarah graduated from Martin County High School in the spring. She earned a 3.96 GPA while participating in numerous extracurricular activities during her high school career. These activities included: Student Government Association, varsity golf, track, Martin County Spirit Leader, Safe School Ambassador, National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society. In addition, Sarah was the Vice President and President of her class during her four years in the Student Government Association.
Randall LaPlante, School Counselor of Martin County High School, said this about Sarah: “She is very respected in this school and community as someone who shows incredible character and integrity because she acts most maturely and responsibly.”
In the fall, Sarah will attend Fordham University in New York and will enroll as a communications major. We know that Sarah will achieve anything she puts her mind to and we wish her the best of luck in her college endeavors.
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