The Class 4 District 8 tournament will be held on Monday, May 2nd at The National II-The Deuce. Tee times will begin off of #1 and #10 at 9:00 am. All 5 Liberty North players will tee off of #1 in the following pairings:
|9:09am||Park Hill||Graves, Ryan|
|Liberty North||Collins, Tanner|
|9:18am||Liberty North||Neuerburg, Drew|
|9:27am||Liberty North||Davis, Caleb|
|Park Hill||Dorrell, Davin|
|9:36am||Liberty North||Graybill, Logan|
|9:54am||Liberty North||Trinidad, Alex|
Congrats to the men's golf team on its second conference championship in as many years. The tournament was held in windy conditions at the par 72 Paradise Pointe course, The Outlaw. The Eagles shot a team score 326 to retain the title, followed by Staley at 343. All five Eagles received all-conference recognition for placing top 10 in the field of 34 players. Logan Graybill was 2nd with an 80, Drew Neuerburg and Caleb Davis tied for 3rd at 81, Tanner Collins was 5th with an 85, and Alex Trinidad 10th at 88. Great job Eagles!
Congrats as well to the JV team on a 2nd place finish with a team score of 388. Congratulations to the following LNHS JV players who medaled by placing in the top 10: Kanyon Van Egdom 90, Garret Prendergast 92, Tommy Hailey 101. Also contributing were Mason Staatz 104 and Max Brown 112.
Men's Golf Calendar
Liberty North Golf Academy
Click each Drill for a video explanation
- Drill 1--Tennis racket to work on backswing and follow through positions.
- Drill 2--Arm connection/neutral grip and feet together drill; watch the whole video but particularly focus from 3:30 on.
- Drill 3—Smash Bag 1
- Drill 4—Smash Bag 2
- Drill 5—Muscle Memory
- Drill 6—Slow motion swings
- Drill 7-6 steps of the Swing
Team Honor Code
Each player on the team will hand write and sign his/her promise to uphold the Liberty North Team Honor Code listed below.
I will refrain from every form of dishonesty and cheating in reporting my and my opponent’s scores, and will strive to create a spirit of honesty and honor. Failure to do so is considered a breach of trust toward my coaches, teammates, and opponents. I accept this commitment as a personal responsibility to refrain from and to report all forms of dishonesty and cheating.
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