Experience is bountiful heading into the season for the Washington Demon boys’ golf team. The Demons will begin this year’s campaign in early April, and Washington brings back five golfers who competed in at least seven varsity meets last season.
Junior Dalton Myers highlights the returners for Washington. Myers qualified for the Class 3A state golf tournament last May, placing 34th overall with a 36-hole score of 169. His regular season nine-hole average of 41.73 strokes topped the Demons last spring. Jacob Van Osdol is another junior with varsity experience from last year. He averaged 42.18 strokes in nine-hole events and 83.5 in 18-hole meets.
A trio of seniors are also back for Washington including Tanner Coleman, Noah Enfield, and Mason Rich. Enfield posted the best nine-hole average out of the group with 41.57 shots. Coleman’s 83 strokes per 18 holes is the best among the returning seniors.
The Washington Demon boys’ golf team opens their season April 6 in a Southeast Conference meet against the Mount Pleasant Panthers at Washington’s Golf and Country Club.
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