Golf

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Middle School Golf

Varsity Golf

As with many sports, the game of Golf teaches many great life lessons. As stated by Bobby Jones, “Golf is the closest game to the game we call life. You get bad breaks from good shots; you get good breaks from bad shots—but you have to play the ball where it lies.” As our lives in Christ unfold, we encounter highs and lows, many times due to nothing we have done directly. Just as we focus on our “response” in golf (the next shot), in life we want to place our trust in God as we move forward. We want to be more concerned with our next steps in the Lord (our response to life’s ups and downs in our walk of faith), rather than being afraid or dismayed at what has happened to us.

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Rainey Freeman

English & Head Golf Coach

Rainey Freeman

English & Head Golf Coach

B.A., University of Texas, Tyler

Rainey has taught middle school at Grace since 2013 in the areas of 8th grade English and 6th grade Reading. She received her Associates of Arts degree in Advertising Design from the Art Institute of Houston before earning her bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Texas at Tyler. She and her husband Joe have two adult children, Reagan and Parker. Rainey and Joe have been active members at Marvin United Methodist Church for 32 years. Being an avid golfer for over 30 years, Rainey can be found playing a round or two on weekends and supporting her favorite college teams, the Aggies and the Sooners.

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Jace Foster

Head Golf Coach

Jace Foster

Head Golf Coach

B.E., University of Oklahoma

Jace has worked as the Grace Men’s Varsity Golf Coach since 2019. Jace is from the Lubbock, Texas, area and has a Petroleum Engineering degree from OU. Jace and his wife, Malory, have two children: Henry and Shepherd. The Fosters enjoy chipping around in the backyard and time out on the lake. 

Middle School Golf

As with many sports, the game of Golf teaches many great life lessons. As stated by Bobby Jones, “Golf is the closest game to the game we call life. You get bad breaks from good shots; you get good breaks from bad shots—but you have to play the ball where it lies.” As our lives in Christ unfold, we encounter highs and lows, many times due to nothing we have done directly. Just as we focus on our “response” in golf (the next shot), in life we want to place our trust in God as we move forward. We want to be more concerned with our next steps in the Lord (our response to life’s ups and downs in our walk of faith), rather than being afraid or dismayed at what has happened to us.

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