Two Conference Titles | Four NCAA Championship Appearances | Two All-Americans | One Academic All-American

Madison Grant
Madison Grant
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Lexington, Ky.
High School: Henry Clay

Madison Grant played in five tournaments for Centre as a junior, with her low finish of the year a pair of 27th place ties, both at the Jim English Centre Invite and the SAA Championships. Grant's best score of the year came in her final round of the season, as she fired a score of 80 on the final day of competition at the SAA Tournament. Grant was also named to the SAA Academic Honor Roll for the 2016-17 season, her second in a row. In 2015-16, Grant played her best golf at the Rhodes Classic, where she finished 12th - her best finish of the season - while also posting a season low score of 77. As a freshman, Grant saw limited action and tied for 28th at the Jim English Centre Invite.

2016-17 (Jr.)

T-27th - SAA Championship
T-27th - Jim English Centre Invite
Low round: 80 (SAA Championship Day 3)
SAA Academic Honor Roll

2015-16 (So.)

SAA Academic Honor Roll
12th - Rhodes Classic
Low Round: 77 (Rhodes Classic Day 2) 

2014-15 (Fr.)

T-28th - Jim English Centre Invite

2013-2014 (Senior year of high school):

Madison played in two plantation tour events. The first event at Gibson Bay in Richmond, Kentucky, she finished first in this tournament. At the second event at the University of Kentucky Club in Lexington Kentucky, she finished third. Madison also played in tournaments during the summer including the Junior City in Lexington Kentucky in which she won her age division scoring a 73 the first day followed by an 81 the second.

Career Bests:

Best finish: First in the plantation tour at Gibson Bay

Low Round: 73 at the Lexington Junior City

 

If you could put together your dream foursome for an 18-hole round of golf, who would it be and where would you play?

My dream foursome would be Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth and Tom Watson. We would play in Scotland at the Old Course.

If you could invite anyone — living or from the past — to spend a weekend with you at Centre, who would it be and why?

I would invite my papaw, so I could show him around Centre and have him come watch me play golf.

When you get frustrated on the golf course, what keeps you from losing your poise/cool?

Something that helps me keep my cool on the golf course is thinking about anything else, whether it is a song that is stuck in my head or maybe something that I get to do later on that day.

Ten years from now, what do you hope to be doing?

Ten years from now I hope to be a college graduate with my masters and be an elementary school teacher.