CLASS: 2021



R/L: Right-handed

GPA: 3.1 (Junior Year: 3.5)


MAJOR: Business

HIGH SCHOOL: Charlotte Country Day

HOMETOWN: Charlotte, NC



Overall scoring average: 73 Average driving distance: 285 yards Fairways: 70% Greens in regulation: 70% Putts per round: 32


STATE RANKING (NORTH CAROLINA) 8th in boys Class of 2021 2020 TOURNAMENTS 10th place, Bojangles Junior Open (71-74) 10th place, Carolina PGA Jr. Championship (70-72) 15th place, CGA Jimmy Anderson Invitational (74-72) 19th place, Carolinian Amateur Championship (74-70-76) JUNIOR H.S. Captain of varsity team Season shortened due to COVID-19 SOPHOMORE H.S. 74.5 scoring average 1st-Team All-Conference (NCISSA 4A) Team MVP 6th place, Conference Championship (75) 12th place, N.C. Independent Schools Athletic Association 4A State Championship (75-77) Played as #1 in every high school match 2019 JUNIOR TOURNAMENTS 1st place, Western Carolina Jr. Championship (71-73) 1st place, TYGA Sandhills Championship (68) 2nd place, AJGA Vaughn Taylor Qualifier (71) 3rd place, AJGA Oppenheimer Memorial Qualifier (72) 5th place, Players Championship at Bryan Park (73-72) 6th place, TYGA Southeastern Fall Classic (76-74) 7th place, CGA Jimmy Anderson Invitational Qualifier (75) 8th place, Transou Memorial Invitational (70-74) 11th place, AJGA Oppenheimer Memorial (75-78-69) 17th place, N.C. Boys Championship (75, 1-1 Match Play) 18th place, N.C. Boys Championship Qualifier (75) 19th place, AJGA Preview at San Antonio (80-73) 23rd place, AJGA Greenwood Championship Qualifier (75) 31st place, CGA Hope Valley Junior Invitational (76-75-72) 36th place, CGA Dogwood State Championship (76-74-82) 40th place, AJGA Vaughn Taylor Championship (79-79-77) 45th place, Carolinas Junior PGA Championship (73-73) 49th place, USGA Junior Qualifier (76) FRESHMAN H.S. Varsity team Co-MVP of the team Effort Award (underclassman who demonstrates a strong work ethic and performs well) Qualified for N.C. Independent Schools Athletic Association 4A State Championship 3rd place, Conference Championship (74) Played as either #1 or #2 in every high school match. 2018 JUNIOR TOURNAMENTS 1st place, Western Carolina Junior Championship, CC of Salisbury (67-71) 1st place, NJGT Bermuda Run West (79) 8th place, Tarheel State Junior Championship (77-78) 10th place, Grandover Junior Amateur (77-78) 11th place, Carmel Junior Invitational (74-74) 33rd place, North Carolina Junior Boys Championship (74)


Timmy Gannon is a talented 2021 golfer with a well-rounded game. He consistently scores in the 70s, with several rounds at or below par. Timmy plays a very strong schedule and counted eight top-10 finishes during 2019. His victories included the Western Carolina Championship (71-73) and the TYGA Sandhills Championship (68). Timmy’s reliability starts off the tee, where he averages 285 yards and finds 70% of his fairways. He consistently hits about 70% of greens in regulation. Timmy also considers his putting (32/round) to be a strength. He continues to work on improving his short game by practicing 4-5 days/week. I saw Timmy hit a couple great bunker shots to save pars during his Western Carolina win. Timmy completed a strong freshman season by finishing third at the conference meet (74). During his sophomore campaign, Timmy averaged a 74.5 on his way to 1st-Team All-Conference and an individual spot in the State Championship, where he finished 12th. He is also serious about his academics, taking a challenging course load at Charlotte Country Day School. Timmy is looking to extend his golf career because he loves the energy of competition. I know he will be a wonderful teammate and a reliable player for years to come. — Jon Feyen, ScoutU Carolinas/Virginia Head Scout, 920-979-3093,  It is a privilege to write on behalf of Timmy Gannon, a young man that I have helped with his game for several years. Having done this for more than 40 years, I have to say that I have never spent time with a finer young man.  Timmy has done a nice job with his game. His scores continue to improve, as does his ability to control the ball and produce distance. He almost always scores better than he hits it, which is common among good players. He putts and chips well and has good confidence in most every part of his game. Though he realizes the need for improvement and is very committed to getting better, his attitude allows him to enjoy competing and the process of improving.  All of which leads me to the strength of Timmy Gannon. He is exceptionally bright and as fine a young man as you will be exposed to. I have yet to hear him make a negative comment about someone else, which will make him the ultimate teammate. He will be a terrific leader and be the most valuable team member as he will raise the attitude of everyone around him.  The scores and videos will give you a good feel for his game, and I’m always happy to answer any questions. Timmy is able to play all the shots and has no fear of playing them during a round. Having said that, his mental strength will separate him from the field. There are so many good players to choose from, but none will be a more positive influence on your team than Timmy Gannon. Thank you for the consideration. — Scott Davenport, Head Golf Professional, Quail Hollow Club, Charlotte, NC, (704) 724-5992,


My name is Timmy Gannon, and I am in the 2021 class at Charlotte Country Day School in North Carolina. I’m a hard-working student-athlete who is extremely coachable, and my goal is to play college golf at a school that will challenge me academically. My scoring average is 73, and I had eight top-10 finishes in junior tournaments in 2019, including victories at the Western Carolina Championship (71-73) and the TYGA Sandhills Championship (68). I’m a dedicated student while maintaining a 3.1 GPA (Junior Year: 3.5) at a college preparatory level high school. Outside of the classroom, I am involved in Charlotte Country Day’s Emerging Leaders Academy and Student Ambassador program. I am actively involved with raising money for cancer research through the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Student of the Year program. I have also volunteered at the First Tee of Greater Charlotte, working with 5 to 7 year-olds on their golf and life skills. These activities have taught me valuable skills in time management, teamwork and leadership. In addition to my high school season, I play in various AJGA, Tarheel Golf Foundation and Carolina Golf Association tournaments throughout the year as highlighted by my tournament results. Thank you for considering me as a candidate for your golf program. I am confident my skills can be an asset to both your university and team. I look forward to learning more about your program soon.


GPA: 3.1 (Junior Year: 3.5) ACT: NA Community service: First Tee of Greater Charlotte program: Volunteer at Charlotte’s First Tee program teaching 5-7 year-olds the values of golf and life skills; raise money for cancer research through the Leukemia & Lymphoma Student of the Year program Extracurricular activities: Charlotte Country Day Emerging Leaders Academy: Nominated by coaches/teachers and selected to the Robert C. Wittman Leadership Academy, which offers sophomore and junior student-athletes with a strong interest in leadership development to become effective leaders through exposure to core leadership concepts and skills in a yearlong class. Charlotte Country Day Student Ambassador: Selected by Admissions Office to give prospective parents/students campus tours, as well as assist in admission’s related events and activities. Charlotte Country Day Investment Club member: One of a few schools nationwide whose students actively invest club assets in the stock market.


2020 TOURNAMENTS May 30-31: CGA Jimmy Anderson Invitational (Jacksonville CC, Jacksonville, NC) June 6-7: TYGA Bojangles Junior (Cutter Creek GC, Snow Hill, NC) June 12-14: CGA Carolian Amateur Championship (Keith Hill GC, Buies Creek, NC) June 23-26: CGA NC Jr. Championship (Maple Chase CC, Winston-Salem, NC) June 29-30: Carolina PGA Jr. Championship (Starmount Forest CC, Greensboro, NC) July 6-8: North & South Junior (Pinehurst CC, Pinehurst, NC) July 13-16: AJGA Judie Oppenheimer Junior Open (Callawassie Island CC, Okatie, SC) July 21-23: CGA Dogwood Boys’ State Junior (CC of Landfall, Wilmington, NC) July 28-30: CGA Carolinas Junior Boys’ Championship (Florence CC, Florence, SC) Aug. 4-6: Hope Valley Junior Invitational (Hope Valley CC, Durham, NC) Aug 9-10: Notah Begay III National Championship Qualifier (Pinehurst No. 1, Pinehurst, NC) Aug 11-13: Beth Daniel Junior Azalea (CC of Charleston, Charleston, SC) Aug 12-14: Southern Junior (Blessing GC, Fayetteville, AR) Aug 29-30: Mimosa Hills Jr. Invitational (Mimosa Hills CC, Morganton, NC)