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Wins over Oakville, Mehlville highlights of boys golf season

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Junior Paul Dannegger tries to hit a shot between two trees.

Junior Paul Dannegger tries to hit a shot between two trees.

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Junior Paul Dannegger tries to hit a shot between two trees.

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There have been bright moments in the 2018 boys golf season. South placed second in a tournament against Fox and Mehlville on April 17, and the Patriots beat Mehlville at Quail Creek on April 19. The Patriots also took second in the Suburban West Championships, and won against Oakville at Quail Creek with junior Paul Dannegger tying for lowest score of 41.

Dannegger said he worked hard on the offseason to improve his game, trying to focus on his weaknesses that he had last season.

“This year I’ve been working on short came because it’s very important in golf, and I’ve been really working hard on chipping and pudding to cut strokes when you play because the most important part that you have a really good short game. So if you don’t have a good long game one day it’s good to have a good pudding and chipping game,” said Dannegger.

Golf coach Adam Weiss talks about players who have stepped up to become leaders and improve this season.

“One guy that really stands out for his development throughout high school is Nick Olinick. He’s a senior this year and he qualified for the sectional tournament. So that’s a guy who’s been with the program for a long time, and has taken a big step for leadership this year,” said Weiss.

Dannegger also agrees with how varsity members have improved from last season and become leaders.

“I’d say Nick Meyers has really stepped up because he’s also ways a team leader, and he always trying to lead people in the right direction to success. Which also brings people up, and makes us better on the field individually and as a team,” said Dannegger.

Meyers also agrees with how some players have stepped up this season.

“I worked on my low angles from the end of last season. I also worked on getting a lower scoring average from last season, so all around I’d say that I have made an improvement to my game from last season,” said Meyers.

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