I decided to dig into the golf team by asking Will Pollack a couple of questions about his game and the team. I went into stuff like what his clubs are to skill sets of everyone on the team. Next year the team will be losing two very good players. So I asked him how the next year will be without them, and what the next year’s varsity team will be.
2. Are you on the Varsity or Jv team
3. What was your average score for 9 and 18 holes?
4. What was your favorite part of last years season?
5. What was your best and worst match during the past season?
6. Who had the straightest/Longest shot on the team?
7. Who had the biggest sliced and the shortest drive?
8. Who was the best player on the team?
9. Do you prefer short game or long game?
10. What is your best/favorite club in the bag?
11. What driver do you have?
12. What putter do you have?
13. Overall, how do you think the next season is going to turn out?
14. What is your prediction on who will be the Varsity team next year?
By Jack Kubaitis, Once the golf season ends, the golfer doesn’t stop. The average golfer can’t just go three months without golf and expect to come back stronger and better. They dedicate a lot of their time and money to get more lessons and practice. There’s always improvement needed and that’s what practice is for.… Continue Reading
Published in The Chagrin Valley Times October 3, 2019 Tony Lange The University School boys golf team didn’t graduate any linkers from last year’s postseason team, but the Preppers had a new ringer leading them back to districts during the Division I sectional tournament on Tuesday in Concord Township. Representing the maroon and black out… Continue Reading
On Tuesday, September 24, 2019, the Kenston boys JV and Varsity Golf team attended an event at Shaker Country Club hosted by our superintendent, Mrs. Santilli. The boys played a 9 hole round of golf, followed by a very nice dinner in the main dining room. We interviewed Jackson Keen, a golfer on the Kenston… Continue Reading
The boys golf team is off to a 8-2 record, 8-0 in conference play. They placed 4th out of 13 teams in the KIT Invitational with big performances from the seniors Adam Farrell and Robert Sunderhaft, each shooting under 90. The team’s only other loss came from an outing against Gilmour and Revere where they… Continue Reading
Published in The Chagrin Valley Times August 8, 2019 Tony Lange Sparked by a trio of freshmen, the University School boys golf program captured the team trophy during the Kenston Invitational Tournament on Tuesday at Punderson State Park’s par-72 course in Newbury. Suchin Singh led the Prepper linksters with a 77-stroke round, while fellow freshmen… Continue Reading
Published in The Chagrin Valley Times October 5, 2017 Tony Lange With five different shooters providing low scores during the dual season, the Kenston boys golf team turned in a steady set of cards to finish third at the Division I sectional tournament on Monday at the Windmill Lakes Golf Club’s par-70 course in Ravenna.… Continue Reading
The last time a Kenston Boy’s Golf Team advanced on to the District Tournament was 2001! To put that in perspective, Adam Farrell (sophomore) a member of this year’s varsity team was not even born. The Bombers captured third at Monday’s Sectional Tournament at Windmill Lakes Golf Club with a balanced effort which has been… Continue Reading
With a 11 -1 regular season record and a second-place finish at the WRC Championship Tournament, the Bombers needed to win their final two matches (both against Mayfield). The team won their match on Monday by 7 shots but fell one shot short in Tuesday’s match. It was a strong conference and non-conference season. In… Continue Reading
The Kenston Boys golf team has had a great season so far. At the WRC Tournament, the team shot their lowest 18 hole score of the year, 324. Leading the team with the lowest score was Emmett Weil with a 77, putting him in 3rd place overall. Next for the Bombers was Nate Fisher with… Continue Reading