ZIONSVILLE, Ind. (WISH) - One of the PGA Tour's future stars may live right here in Central Indiana: Zionsville senior Adam Wood.
When asked where he sees himself in 10 years, Adam said, “Hopefully walking up to the 18th green at Augusta, with a five shot lead, about to wear the green jacket, I mean that's where I'd like to be.”
That might not be so far off. Adam is one of the nation's best young golfers. He's ranked top 15 nationally, top 35 internationally. He also recently committed to Duke, one of the country’s best collegiate programs.
“I've always loved the sport,” said Adam. “It's a tough challenge. I always felt like I was really comfortable with that type of challenge, and it just kind of developed.”
While he spends his spring playing golf on the Zionsville High School team, he spends his summers at high profile national and international tournaments. This past summer, he was one of four golfers to represent the U.S. at the Junior World Cup in Japan.
“It was definitely different,” said Adam. “The culture, food, everything is different, but it was definitely a neat experience. I enjoyed that and glad I did it.”
Adam attributes his success all to attitude and he believes even the most amateur of golfers can improve with the right one.
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