Reece Coleman Swinging for Pro Golf Post-Season – Georgia Southern Athletics


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  • Reece Coleman, a fifth-year golfer, is considering turning professional after this season ends.
  • He faced the decision to pursue professional golf or start a full-time job, ultimately choosing golf.

In the article, Reece Coleman’s journey from Anderson University to Georgia Southern University and his decision to pursue professional golf after this season is highlighted. Reece initially considered turning professional during his undergraduate degree at Anderson University but ultimately decided to pursue a full-time job. However, a successful golf season at Anderson University led him to reconsider and transfer to Georgia Southern for his fifth year of eligibility.

Reece’s transition from Anderson to Georgia Southern was eased by the support from his coaches and team, as well as the similarities in culture and landscape between the two locations. Despite the challenges of moving from Division II to Division I, Reece has thrived and improved his game, with several top-20 finishes and a first-place team finish.

Looking towards the future, Reece plans to compete in the PGA Tour of Americas qualifying school after finishing the spring season with Georgia Southern. His ultimate goal is to make his way to the PGA Tour and continue his journey in professional golf.

Before embarking on his professional career, Reece will compete with the team at the Schenkel Invitational and the Sun Belt Conference Championship. His love for the constant battle in golf against oneself drives his determination to succeed in the sport.