Andy found a perfect way to relax after the bustle of the holidays, when he enjoyed a day on the links with owner Ed Ciskowski and his daughter, 17-year-old high school senior Heather Ciskowski.
Heather recently accepted a scholarship to compete for the University of Minnesota’s women’s golf team starting next year. Impressively, Heather entered golf as a second sport as a high-school sophomore, previously having played varsity tennis as a freshman and making it to the All-State number one doubles tennis match.
After several Midwestern regional junior golf wins earlier this year, Heather won the Women’s Western Golf Association’s highly regarded National Junior Championship in July, whose past winners include Dorothy Page, Joann Gunderson Carner, Erin O’Neill, Nancy Lopez (a three time winner) and Cristie Kerr, among others.
Heather has also obtained numerous accomplishments at the national golf level within the American Junior Golf Association, including three “top five” and ten “top ten” finishes. She was named to the AJGA 2013 Hewlett Packard Scholar Honor Roll, recognizing the nation’s brightest minds and best junior golfers, and plans to apply to the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Business.