Moodley signed by USC on Four-Year Academic Scholarship

by | Nov 18, 2019

Rising golf star Kaiyuree Moodley has broken exciting news on social media, announcing that she has agreed terms with the University of South Carolina in Columbia.

Moodley was excited to share that the parties had recently signed to allow her to commence a four-year Golf Academic scholarship, and took the opportunity to pay tribute to her supporters:

“Thank you to my family and friends who supported my dream which began at the age of 4. I cannot wait for this new adventure to begin …” – Kaiyuree Moodley

Boasting a career best of 66 – a feat she has repeated – the talented Fourways amateur has gained prominence after reeling off a string of notable sporting successes in the past few years.

A finalist in both Emerging Athlete and School Sport Star Award categories at 2019 gsport Awards, Moodley is certainly a star on the rise, and gsport wishes her every success as her career starts to take serious shape

 

 

Photo 1 Caption: SA golfing talent Kaiyuree Moodley has announced exciting news on Monday that she has been signed on a four-year academic scholarship by the University of South Carolina in the USA. This file photo was shared in June 2019, when Moodley was announced to represent South Africa with Caitlyn Macnab and Kiera Floyd at the Toyota Junior Golf World Cup in Japan. Photo: Ernest Blignault

Photo 2 Caption: Moodley was excited to share her good news on social media on Monday morning, on confirmation that the contract had been inked. Image: Kaiyuree Moodley / Facebook

Photo 3 Caption: Pictured with her proud parents in August this year, the talented matriculant’s golfing exploits earned her two finalist nominations at the 2019 Momentum gsport Awards. Photo: Frenny Shivambu / gsport

 

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