Like all avid golfers, Christian Cooper feels every day on a golf course is a good day. He's found being on the links to be especially enjoyable on Mondays, while preparing for his junior season at Spokane.
Ozark’s Maddie Jenkins likes the fact that while teeing off for Evangel she will already have years of experience with some of the same fairways and greens she played on in high school.
With Nixa's Addison Towe falling just one stroke short of advancing to Sectionals last season, naturally her goal this year is to make it out of Districts. Likewise, Lady Eagles coach Jeff Lotz thinks Shelbi Miller should be shooting for Sectionals.
Ozark’s Maddie Jenkins has become a trend-setter of sorts by taking to golf-specific weight training and introducing its concepts to many of her cohorts.
The prospect of caddying for PGA great Lee Trevino during the Bass Pro Shops Legends Of Golf at Top Of The Rock Golf Course outside of Branson over the weekend initially worried Ozark’s Greg Thomas a bit.
The stories behind the success of Spokane’s golf team range from a player who has been hitting off the range since he was 5 years old to a multi-sport athlete doing double-duty this spring to a relative newcomer enjoying quick success.
Parker Ramsdell is showing a three-sport athlete at Ozark still exists and can even thrive. Remarkably, he is the only senior boy at Ozark to play three sports this school year.
Upon teeing off at the Fremont Invitational on Thursday, Kelby Day was seeking something in the neighborhood of the 73 he once carded in a recreational round at Fremont Hills Country Club.
It’s a bit of superstition and a bit of strategy that Nixa coach Jeff Lotz employs while telling his golfers not to use the same iron or wood after hitting a ball out of bounds.
Sam La Rocca’s preparation for his junior season included a spring break trip two weeks ago to the Southern California desert resort communities of Palm Springs and Palm Desert.
The usual circumstances were in place for Hunter McConnell to catch the golf bug during his childhood. But it wasn’t until last year as a junior that he checked out what the fuss about birdies, bogeys and eagles was all about.