Height: 6'0"
Weight: 160
Year: Junior
Hometown: Marietta, Ga.
High School: Rivers Academy
Experience: 1 Letter


Career Bio

Academic Honors
• Spring 2019 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll
• Fall 2017 Dean’s List
• Currently majoring in pre-entrepreneurship

Competed in seven tournaments as a sophomore compiling a 75.45 scoring average in 20 rounds of play . . . Finished season shooting a career-low 5-under 66 at the Sun Belt Conference Championship to tie for 33rd after an opening-round 70 . . . Shot rounds of 73-72-76 to finish in a tie for 51st at the GSU-hosted Autotrader Collegiate Classic . . . Tied for 34th at the Schenkel Invitational shooting a career-low 71 in the final round . . . Shot a final-round 73 at the Furman Intercollegiate.

Played in one tournament as a freshman finishing tied for 74th at the GSU-hosted Autotrader Collegiate Classic, shooting a second-round 72.

Attended Rivers Academy in nearby Alpharetta, Ga.

During 2015 on the Southeastern Junior Golf Tour, finished 10th at the Baytowne Junior Classic . . . During the 2014 season,  earned a third-place finish at the Gulf Shores Junior Classic shooting 71-76, while also earning a third-place finish at the Sea Island Junior Classic . . . Recorded top 10s at the SJGT Southeastern Junior, SJGT Match Play and Orchard Hills Junior Classic . . . Finished eighth at the 2012 Dogwood Junior Invitational . . . On the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour, earned six top 25 finishes in six starts, including a tie for fourth at the Greenville Junior Shootout and a tie for fifth at the Charleston Junior Shootout . . . Represented the East in the SJGT Cup . . . Earned an 11th place finish in the AJGA Coca Cola Junior All-Star.

George Owen Sertl was born on October 18, 1998, in Detroit, Mich. . . . He is the son of Alayne and George Sertl . . . Oldest of five siblings . . . Father played golf collegiately at the University of Richmond.
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