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Brandi Jackson guides girls to college golf careers

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Brandi Jackson '03 (left) helps college-bound girls choose the right school for advancing their careers.

Brandi Jackson, a 2003 Furman University health and exercise science graduate and standout member of the Furman Women’s Golf team, is featured in a story on the LPGA website. After competing on LPGA and Symetra tours from 2004-2010, she struggled with finding her next line of work. Now she helps college-bound golfers find their way in what might be “the most important decision of their adult lives,” wrote Steve Eubanks, author and managing editor of LPGA.

Her business, Brandi Jackson Golf, is a college consulting firm for young women who aspire to play golf at the next level. She meets with the families, evaluates skill levels, talks about the college experience and helps match girls with the right institutions.

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