Meet our summer intern, Taylor Loeb! Sports Management major at the Henderson State University, Loeb has committed herself in serving the ASGA this past summer and has been a great asset to our staff.
Describe yourself in a single sentence?
I am hard-working, humble, driven and down to earth person that puts God and others before me.
What’s you’re favorite part about working for the ASGA?
I absolutely love the atmosphere and adore the people that are apart of the ASGA. I grew up playing in the ASGA tournaments, so it was a true honor to be able to be one of their interns for the summer of 2019. The positive energy and fun but dedicated attitudes keep me going and make me genuinely happy.
Favorite course to play in Arkansas?
I love Pleasant Valley Country Club. It is quite challenging but also very fun to play. I really do love a challenging golf course, in my opinion, harder courses make the golfer better.
Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
The plan is to be a sales rep for a sports marketing company like Titleist. Once I am done with college, I would absolutely love to come back and work with the ASGA.
Favorite thing to do outside of playing golf?
I adore the quality time with my family and friends. Just really being with the people I love is one of my favorite things to do.
If you could play a foursome with anyone dead or alive, who would they be and why?
I would pick Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods, and Arnold Palmer. I chose them because they all have their own unique story. They are legendary people that have such an amazing golf game. I would love to hear all about their major wins and advice on the beloved game of golf. It would be the best day ever.
The best piece of advice you’ve ever been given?
Don’t give up what you want most for what you want now
If you had the chance to change one rule in the game of golf, what would it be?
Allow relief for footprints and rake marks in bunkers. Far too many people play golf and either don't rake the bunkers or rake them incorrectly leaving the next person in the bunker with an almost impossible shot.
What makes you a great intern?
I believe that I am a hard worker, driven, motivated and positive person with a good mindset about everything. If you are on time and do what is asked, and do things that you aren’t asked, means a lot to the people that you are working with. It shows you want to be there.