Golf grows and gains experience

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Overall the men’s and women’s golf season has been successful in the coaches eyes. Coach Richard Warren said that the work ethic and improvement during such a short period of time from his teams, has made this a successful year.

“This year for us was about the young guys figuring it out and learn something that they can take to next year,” assistant coach Bradley Ishikawa said. “Also this year was a good year for the girls to learn how to play the course to suit their game.”

Though the teams showed a great work ethic and improvement, the coach talked about the consistency of play through the players such as the scoring averages, which still needs to improve.

“This spring season was harder because of the wet weather, mostly the ability to practice was effected,” Warren said. “ We could not get on the range for two months.”

“We have some impact players coming in this year on both the men’s and women’s side,” explained Warren.

Coach Warren highlighted the play of junior Jennifer Andreas and senior Erin Heath for the women.

“Jennifer had a great season, and was pretty consistent. She got better from fall to spring and then when she did level out she leveled out to be a really solid player,” Warren said.

“Erin constantly lowered her scores, she worked hard at it and it came natural to her. She became more and more confident throughout the year.”

On the men’s side coach warren was impressed with the season junior Corey Marineau put together.

“Corey had a great season, he got consistent as he went through the year pretty much all the way through,” stated Warren.

Warren went on to talk about how the quality of players have really grown over the year. They are just hoping they produce the numbers the coaches are looking for moving forward.


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