Player Spotlight: Jackson Geyer

Have you ever known someone who loved a sport so much that they did everything they could to be near it? When he isn’t playing golf or working on his game, Jackson Geyer is working at the Bulle Rock Golf Course in Maryland. Geyer is a Class of 2025 student from Havre de Grace, Maryland. Some of the things that Geyer loves about golf are, “the competition, the challenge, the comradery, the focus, [and] the discipline.”

Jackson Geyer
Jackson Geyer won the 2024 Bulle Rock Junior Open

His focus and discipline have been on full display on the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour. Geyer has played in 12 tournaments over the last 4 years on the Hurricane Tour and has finished outside of the top 10 only once. Just last year, Geyer placed third at the Maryland State 1A/2A golf tournament. Most recently, Geyer played in the Bulle Rock Junior Open, where he shot a 73 and a 75 to end up +4 for the tournament. He started Sunday with 8 straight pars before bogeying the 9th hole, but the tournament was already his at that point as he cruised to victory. We had the chance to talk with Geyer after his big win in Maryland.

What do you enjoy most about the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour?  

“The ability to play.  Many tours have requirements and ratings that don’t always allow you to get in.  As long as we meet the registration deadline, The Hurricane Tour allows us to get in and compete.  The better you play and perform, the higher quality the tournament and competition!”

How did it feel to get your most recent win on the tour?

“Very happy and proud.  Still lots of hard work ahead, but a good start to the year for sure.  As this is a big season for me coming to the end of my junior year, a win this early is extremely important.”

How do you prepare for a tournament?

“I practice 5-7 days a week regardless of competing in a tournament or not.  When I am scheduled to play, I try to make sure that my game is locked.  I try to familiarize myself with the course and create a game plan from there. Course management is a major focus every time I play.”

What are your career aspirations?

“I have high aspirations of playing Division I golf.  I’ve worked very hard over the past several years with the hope of putting myself in position to achieve this goal.  Sports have always been a major focus in my life.  I’ve played four sports since I was in elementary school with baseball, soccer, basketball, and golf.  In high school through my sophomore year, I played basketball and golf.  Golf has always been my favorite, most passionate sport and one that I have the most fun playing.  After my sophomore year, I decided to focus solely on golf and commit myself to the game year-round.  After I get into college and play at that level, we’ll see where that takes me.”

What do you want people to know about you?

“I guess I want people to know that golf is a very difficult sport with many highs and lows.  My family is extremely important to me and I feel very lucky to have them as a support system.  They are always there to keep me grounded and motivated.  Regardless of the results, the help to celebrate my highs and push me forward through the lows.”

The shifting of focus to just golf seems to have worked for Geyer, as he has placed first and third in his two tournaments so far this year. Jackson Geyer is a great player, and his dedication to the sport will carry him far. If previous success dictates future success, then it seems likely that he will get to fulfill his wish and play collegiately. We wish Jackson the best for the rest of the year on the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour and his future endeavors.


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