Madison Skylar Moman
Madison Skylar Moman (born April 4, 2007) is an Elite American Junior Amateur Golfer. Currently she’s 10 years old and has been competing competitively for over 4 years.
Top 10 Player in the World at 7, Top 23 at 8, Top 21 at 9,
and Top 13 at 10. Madison is 1 of 8 girls in The World
to have the best 4 year World Ranking average for Girls 10.
She has finished in the Top 3 over 80% of the time out of 150+ events. She’s also one of few to finish in the Top 4 17 out of 17 Major U.S. Kids Regional Championships where she has WON four time, Runner-Up four times, 3rd Place three times and 4th Place six times. Now that’s consistency!
Madison is also 2014 Georgia State Champion and 2016 Georgia State Runner-Up.
Madison also has 4-Hole In Ones. One in a tournament and three others in official practice rounds.
Full Name: Madison Skylar Moman
Nickname: Mad Dog
Date of Birth: April 4, 2007
Birth City: Jupiter, Florida
Home Club: PGA National Resort and Spa
Residence: Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
School/Grade: Timber Trace Elementary, 5th Grade Gifted
Graduation Year: 2025
Height: 4′ 6″
Weight: 58 pounds
Turned Junior Amateur Golfer: June 13, 2013
Lowest Score from 4,616 yards: 73 (18 Holes)
Lowest Score from 2,700 yards: 70 (18 Holes)
Putting Average: 1.67
Driving Average: 150 (with 190 as the longest!)
Hole in Ones: Four-within a 24 month period
* To have fun and give back
* To have a putting average of 1.65 or less
* To have a driving distance average of 250 by 13 years old
* Get a Scholarship to go to College
* Become an LPGA Professional
* To design golf courses after LPGA
*Junior Ambassador, VGA Veteran Golfers Association
* Raised over $4,000 in 2014 with another golfing friend to help an ill friend at school
* Was 1 step away from Augusta with Drive Chip & Putt in 2015
* Helped raise over $25K+ in 2016 with 4 other golfing friends for Win Green Campaign.
* In Nov 2016 Golf Digest Full Page
*Won Overall Drive Chip & Putt Local 2016 for Girls 7-9.
* Has taken part with Scripps Charity Golf Tournament twice in 2016 and twice in 2017 to help raise over $224K+