Menís Golf Signs Daniel Kim to 2012 Class
CHARLESTON, S.C. - College of Charleston men's golf coach Mark McEntire has announced the addition of Daniel Kim to the team for the upcoming year.
Kim, a native of Atlanta, Ga., went to school Westminster Schools in Atlanta and has a wealth of golf experience.
"I'm really excited to have Daniel coming to the College of Charleston and joining our team," CofC Head Coach Mark McEntire said. "He has a great attitude and work ethic and I think he will have a lot of success at the collegiate level."
Kim's most recent accomplishments include a top-10 finish at the PGA Junior at Clemson with rounds of 72-70-73. Kim, who has full exempt status with the American Junior Golf Association finished eighth at the AJGA Coosa in 2010 (71-72-72) and 18th at the event in 2011 as he carded rounds of 75-71-69.
Outside of the AJGA Kim competed in the US Junior Qualifier with scores of 74-69 and the US AM Qualifier with rounds of 71-69.
Kim has an outstanding academic record as well and will be a candidate for the Honors College at the College of Charleston.
Kim also considered Oregon, North Carolina, Michigan and Tennessee before deciding to commit to the College of Charleston.
2012 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON MEN'S GOLF SIGNEES
Daniel Kim, Westminster Academy, Atlanta, Ga.
Jackson Moore, Wando High School, Isle of Palms, S.C.
Josh Lorenzetti, Blythewood High School, Columbia, S.C.