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Boys golf season

Courtesy of Yearbook

Courtesy of Yearbook

Andrea Rivera, Staff Reporter

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After a fun filled season, this team of three– senior William Yahne, senior Gautam Banuru and freshman Colby O’Brien –created many memories and worked on their skills. Although they had to forfeit every match due to a need of a minimum of five people, “it didn’t stop them from having a good time on the course with the other team,” said Banuru.  Golf is a sport where players use various clubs to hit a ball in nine to eighteen holes in the least amount of strokes. And for Yahne, his most memorable hit was “Hitting a chip shot from 110 yards away and making it in the hole.” But there is always room for improvement throughout the season. “My improvements would be just to focus on my putting,” said O’Brien.  When asked for advice for future golf players Yahne said, “Never give up and don’t get frustrated because it will only make you do worse. Keep practicing on the little things and let the club do the work.”

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