When the Caps left for Spring Break they had just dropped a match to Leesville by one stroke on Tuesday, March 26th at Hasentree…needless to say they returned this week on a determined note. Led by Will Minton – who put up a scorching 35 to lead the entire field and take medalist honors – Caps Men’s Golf was back in action at Wakefield this week. The TPC Wakefield Plantation course is one of the toughest tracks in the area. The coaches have been saying all season that difficult courses favor the depth of this team, and you could take that to the bank on Tuesday, as the Caps brought home another conference win. Stephen Saleeby and Harrison Rhoades both put up 36’s followed by 37’s from Preyer Fountain and Court Settle. Knowing this kind of consistency is the key to their success the Caps head into next Tuesday’s final conference match with the outright conference title in their sights and the tenacious perseverance of men on a mission. Go Caps!
*On a side note – it’s the most wonderful time of the year….The Masters. Play begins today and former Broughton Golfer, reigning US Open champion - Webb Simpson teed off today in the opening round at 9:39am – follow along at: masters.comGolf is the closest game to the game we call life. You get bad breaks from good shots; you get good breaks from bad shots - but you have to play the ball where it lies.
- Bobby Jones