NCAA ID# 2002796123



  • Class of 2022, 5'7" 125 lbs.

  • Dominion HS, Sterling, VA

  • GPA: 3.55 AP/Honors Student

  • USGA GHIN Handicap Index: 1.2

  • Scoring Average:  76.9

  • Tournament Scoring Differential: 4.9

  • Driving Distance: 275+ yards

  • COMMITTED - Towson University Womens Golf Team '26

  • 2021 MAPGA Terrapin Open Champion

  • 2020 HJGT Jr. Long Drive Competition - National Title

  • 2019 - The Bahamas Junior National Golf Team



My name is Kyndall Campbell and I started playing golf at the age 6 while my parents were on assignment as diplomats with the United States government in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. After learning the fundamentals of golf from my father, I began playing in local junior golf tournaments at the age of 8. Some of my fondest memories of golf are playing with my mom, dad, and little brother in Trinidad. This is the place where my love for golf began.

As a result of my parent’s reassignment, my family moved to Puerto Rico in 2014. There, I learned to speak Spanish and continued to pursue my passion for playing golf.  Each summer, I would returned to my hometown of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where I continued my golf training and membership with The First Tee of Greater of Philadelphia. In July 2017, my family and I moved to The Bahamas where I became a member of the Bahamas Golf Federation and the Fourteen Clubs Golf Academy. In July 2019, I was selected to The Bahamas Junior National Golf Team and competed in the Caribbean Junior Amateur Golf Championships (CAJGC). In September 2019, following the devastation of Hurricane Dorian, my family relocated to Virginia. I am currently a rising senior who will be attending Dominion High School. While pursuing my academic aspirations, I have a strong desire of being a contributing member of a nationally ranked Women’s Golf Team. As a collegiate athlete, I know that my top priority will be striving for academic excellence; however, being able to compete against the top collegians in the United States would be a dream come true. The experiences that I have had playing golf have shown me that I enjoy being a part of team that comes together to achieve a common goal. We may not always win, but we support each other. I know that if I can play collegiate golf, I passionately believe that my skills, commitment and drive would be vital to the success of any team.



I have lived in three countries and one U.S. territory: Trinidad and Tobago, The Bahamas, United States and Puerto Rico.

I can communicate in Spanish and American Sign Language

I've made TWO Hole-in-Ones

I've met two U.S. Presidents: Barack Obama and Joe Biden

I'm a huge Marvels movies fan



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