Mature Beyond Her Years, 14 Year Old Erica Stoner Wins Golf Title
Most young Floridian's are spending their time off at the beach, but summer is no leisure time for golfers and local standout Erica Stoner is making waves on the course.
The Ocala native has just picked up a huge win, clinching the Florida Woman's Golf Association State Junior Championships. Only fourteen years old, Stoner attributes a lot of her success to both of her parents, especially Dad. Rick Stoner, a former long driver, has been pivotal in his daughters development into a talented athlete and an inspiration in her life.
TV20 spends some quality time out in Ocala with a humble and a driven little girl who knows exactly what she wants.
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