CENTRAL, S.C.- Southern Wesleyan Head Men's Golf Coach Joey Maxon has announced the addition of three men's golfers for the 2016-17 season.
These three golfers join Ryan Burke who signed with the Warriors this past fall.
Name: Ty Campbell
Hometown/High School: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
Honors and Awards: Won the 2016 Lobstick Amateur tournament. Champion of 2015 Saskatchewan Junior Match Play. Has shot a low round of 64.
Maxon on Campbell: "Ty comes to Southern Wesleyan with quite a bit of tournament experience under his belt. He has already proven that he is quite a competitor having won match play events at both the junior and amateur level. I expect him to have an immediate impact on our lineup and be a great fit for our university."
Name: Joseph McDonagh-Brown
Hometown/High School: Kent, England
Honors and Awards: Qualified for the 2015 Junior European Open. Was a finalist for England at the under-18 trials. Won the 2015 Rochester & Cobham Park U-18 Open.
Maxon on McDonagh-Brown: "From the first time I saw Joseph's golf swing I knew that he had the chance to be an amazing player. He has had some nice results and I expect him to continue to improve during his time here at Southern Wesleyan. I am really looking forward to having him here."
Name: Thomas Nielsen
Hometown/High School: Horsholm, Denmark
Honors and Awards: He is a member of the Danish Elite Tour and was ranked 18th in the Danish junior tour rankings at the end of 2015.
Maxon on Nielsen: "Thomas comes from a very solid program in Denmark and with a good amount of international tournament experience. This combined with his outstanding work ethic is sure to help him be successful here at SWU both in the classroom and on the golf course. I couldn't be more excited to have him here in the fall."
"I expect all of my 2016 recruiting class to be great students and players here at SWU, but most importantly I can't stress enough what great young men they are," added Maxon. "I am most excited to see how God uses them and what direction he takes them in during their time here. It's going to be a fun ride for all of them!"