By Head Coach Ryan Mueller
STE. GENEVIEVE – The Ste. Genevieve Golf Team played a tri-match against Arcadia Valley and West County.
Ste. Genevieve took first overall with a team score of 167.
West County took second with a 216, and Arcadia Valley took third with a 242.
Gavin Huck took first place individually with a score of even par (36).
Gavin Huck shot a 36 on the day. He had a great showing and had fun the entire round as well. He was able to eagle the toughest par 5s on the course. He was able to have great shots all around to help put him near the green for scoring opportunities.
Aiden Boyer was right behind Gavin by shooting a 39.
Aiden was one under through his first five holes, but he had a couple tough holes after those. Aiden was able to bounce back and finish his round with a par on the final hole keeping him in the 30s. Aiden had an excellent round being able to hit the green while putting well the entire round as well.
Next was Jayden Rhinehart shooting a 42.
Jayden’s best club of the day was his driver. It had put him in some great positions to score well on the course. Jayden was also putting well by two putting most of his greens. He did putt about a 20 foot putt in to save par as well.
Next was Jeremiah Kunz with a score of 50.
Jeremiah had some great shots as well. He succeeded off of the tee box well, but had a few missed chips that he wished he could have back. Jeremiah played a great mental game and had some fantastic putts on the day.
Next was Carter Burr with a 54.
Carter was able to get a par on his card today with a great tee shot and a great mid iron shot. It put him on the edge of the green while he then two putted from there. Carter had great course management. On hole seven, he had a great tee shot that he was unfortunately not able to find which could have put him in the forty range. Carter kept fighting for every stroke.
Next was Braden Huck with a 55.
Braden had two pars on the day and started off his round with a par. Braden’s driver was doing great throughout the round. He was able to keep a great mindset throughout his round as well. His best shot was on hole eight with a great tee shot, great second shot, then and up and down for par.