JV golfers gain experience at Hershey
ACT testing kept several PC golfers from attending the Dundy County invite on April 2, however, two Plainsmen golfers did go and had a good day, according to head coach Troy Kemling.
“The two golfers that played actually finished their first nine-hole round ever! They learned how tournament golf works, scoring their own round and others, being ready to play, and the signature process at the end of the round,” Kemling said.
“This was a great way for beginning golfers to learn about tournament golf. I was able to spend the round bouncing between their two groups, providing input and direction. I thought our golfers did well for their first outing and they both finished with smiles,” he added.
Freshman Blake Dolezal finished the day with a 74, and Keegan Sims shot a 105.
Since there were only two JV golfers, there was no team score recorded.
The Plainsmen golf team was scheduled to play in Hershey on April 11, however, an impending blizzard moved the competition up to Tuesday, April 9.
Chase County is the next scheduled invite for the team on Saturday, April 13 beginning at 9 a.m., before the Perkins County Invite is to be held on April 16.
Tee time for the PC invite next Tuesday is also scheduled for 9 a.m.