PGA Pro Golfer Cameron Tringale

Cameron Tringale was a three-time NCAA All-American at Georgia Tech. His freshman year, he won the Atlantic Coast Conference championship and later played in the 2007 U.S. Amateur Championship. In 2010, he made his debut as a member of the PGA Tour at the Sony Open in Hawaii.

Last season, he finished third at the Tampa Bay Championship. He’s got 110 starts, 65 paydays and 25 top 25s. Tringale is poised to move in to the winner’s circle. Check out his profile video:

Cameron Tringale’s Faith in Christ

Behind the cameras and competition is someone with a balanced perspective of golf, life and faith. Cameron isn’t shy about the Bible or his faith in Christ. In fact, he often shares how Christianity isn’t about a bunch of rules and guilt. It’s about freedom. For example, he gave a short devotional message based on Nehemiah 8:9-10 at the WGC Accenture Open, saying:

I’ve found that when studying the word of God, either in church, at a bible study, or on our own there are times when we feel overwhelmed by God’s laws as they expose my own heart and shortcomings. Maybe God is asking us to do something that we think impossible, but all things are possible with Him. And maybe God exposing our hearts through His Word isn’t just to cause us guilt, but instead lead us to greater joy and freedom.

Check out this exclusive video on his 2013 injury and how he grew spiritually in the face of adversity.

He also loves to express his freedom in Christ by partnering with College Golf Fellowship. He recently opened his home to a number of college golfers. Check out just some of our best photos from this incredible weekend.

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Year after year, we get tons of feedback from college golfers who are absolutely blown away by the generosity of PGA Tour partners like Cameron Tringale, who take the time to hang out with students and speak into their lives.

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