Graves County High School golf standout Nicole Taylor signs letter of intent to play the links for Union University

Graves County High School senior Nicole Taylor recently signed to play golf for Union University in Jackson, Tenn. “It’s more of a community than anything else I’ve seen,” she said. “The people are awesome, the program is really taking off, and I can’t wait to go down there.”  She’s pictured here, flanked by her parents, Tim and Tracy Taylor. Behind them stand, from left, golf pro Nathan Wolfe, brother Jacob Taylor, and Graves High coach Chuck Whitnell. “She set almost all the records in golf at Graves County,” said Whitnell. “She won the regional tournament this year and was runner-sup last year. She’s one of the top golfers, if not the top golfer Graves County’s ever had to graduate. She is this year’s most valuable player for the girls team and First Region champion.” Wolfe added, “I’ve worked with her for four years. Her strengths include accuracy, ball control, hitting the ball the right distance, and having a good short game. She’s won a lot of individual tournaments, including one nationally.” 
(photo by Paul Schaumburg, Graves County Schools)

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