Parkview 4th grade is a force to be reckoned with on the golf course

Parkview School golfer.
Aidan Tang, a nine year old fourth grader at Parkview, is a precision golfer. He’s been playing golf since the age of five, and playing in tournaments since the age of seven.
He plays in numerous tournaments across the U.S., often placing in the top ten!  Some of these many tournaments include: F.C.G. International Junior Golf Championships, (San Marcos) I.M.G. Junior world Championships (La Jolla), Callaway Junior World Championships (Palm Desert), U.S. Kids Golf World Championships (Pinehurst, NC), U.S. Kids Golf Palm Springs Open (his best finish in this tournament was 7th place, shooting the second lowest round of the tournament in his age division, one under par 71!)
Aidan has also played in the U.S. Kids Golf Monterey Challenge, U.S. Kids Golf Arizona Desert Shoot-out, tying for 5th place in 2016, the U.S. Kids Golf Coachella Valley Local Tour series, and the U.S. Kids Golf Orange County Local Tour Series.
Aidan has won eight times and finished second 10 times in U.S. Kids Golf events in California this year already! He has two second place and one third place finish on the Southern California PGA Junior Development Tour, boys age 11 and under division.
This awesome young golfer has qualified for the 2017 sub-regional level of Drive, Chip and Putt National Championships, by placing a strong second, in the boys seven to nine division.
Aidan, an only child, has other interests besides golf. He is a bright, articulate, well rounded student whose favorite subject is reading. He has a little piece of Dr. Doolittle in him too, by the number of pets he has: Marley, a Husky/German Shepard/Labrador mix, two turtles, one tortoise, one bird, and five fish!  He lives with his parents in Placentia.
Keep your eyes and ears on this young golfer.
Parkview School golfer.

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