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District 10-5A Preview gives boys’ golf team a sneak peak

Courtesy of @RedhawksGolf
The boys’ golf team is getting a sneak preview at the district tournament on Thursday by playing the in the District 10-5A Preview at The Bridges Golf Course.

The boys’ golf team are competing in the District 10-5A Preview at The Bridges Golf Course Thursday, aiming to prepare for the district tournament that will be held there April 2.

“For the boys, Thursday is a big emphasis on learning about the golf course because this is where we’re going to play districts,” head coach Shannon Glidwell said. “I want them to take some notes for themselves as they play the holes to learn the golf course. The biggest thing we want to look at is how the wind will factor in, because The Bridges is a pretty wide open course. I’d like to see the top guys in the top three, but we’re struggling with some of our technique right now.”

With The Bridges being set up the way it is, junior Drew Gaynor knows he’ll need to practice hard so he can avoid making one crucial mistake, but it also gives him another opportunity.

“If you miss a three foot put, it’s going to cost you,” Gaynor said. “I’m hoping that I’ll be able to hit more bombs down the green.”

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