Kyle's Trophies
Through March 2015


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Here are Kyle's trophies through 2015


The trophy collection now requires 3 table.


After all these years of playing for US Kids Golf - we were honored and amazed that Kyle's picture made it onto the pamphlet sent out in June 2009.  The picture was originally taken at Pinehurst in 2008, when Kyle competed on Boys 8 for the World Championship and was on the winning Team South Central.

Kyle and Coach Suckki Jang


In 2007, Cartoon Network set out to find America's most talent kids and reward them in a way to further their skills.  For instance, if you were a dancer, they would give you an opportunity to work with a professional dancer, or if you played a sport - a chance to work with a professional athlete.  Out of thousands of entrants from across the US, Kyle was one of 16 finalists, and he was the youngest - not quite 7.  The Cartoon Network sent out a film crew to shoot a profile on Kyle.  They filmed him at Riverchase Golf Club in Coppell with his coach at the time, Wesley Francis.  They also went to Golden Bear Golf Center and even our house.  It was a long day but by the evening, Kyle was actually ill - he had a fever and a harsh cough. We gave him tylenol, advil, cough syrup and loads of Gatorade.  The interview seemed to take forever because Kyle coughed after he answered each question.  You can see that his cheeks were flushed beet red with the fever that never quite broke. 

It was a lot of fun and incredible that it was broadcast on national television and it was up to the public to vote online.  He didn't make it to the finals, but we were honored just to have Kyle compete against so many talented kids. 

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