With the recent struggles of the Rosemount boys golf team, Irish coach Greg Gamache might be looking for any signs of progress.
There likely were some intriguing story lines coming out of last week’s meet in Le Sueur, even if Rosemount’s participation in the tournament was limited.
Rosemount boys golf coach Greg Gamache fields what he considers two varsity lineups.
The Irish typically have a V1 and V2 team available for meets. Gamache likes the varsity experience the V2 team can receive while playing varsity tournaments, instead of a regular JV schedule. It also allows for some golfers to get a bit of downtime during a normally hectic spring schedule.
Rosemount boys golf coach Greg Gamache talked early on this season about the importance of getting in enough rounds while also staying mentally sharp.
The past week exemplified how the Irish are still trying to develop the right mix.
With high expectations entering last season, Rosemount boys golf coach Greg Gamache admits to a slow start by the Irish.
Once the golfers started to reach their potential, Rosemount finished strong. Yet, even during the run to the section meet, the Irish didn’t shoot below a 310. In the section meet, they finished with a 303.
The recent warmer weather has been a boost to the Rosemount boys golf team.
In past seasons, the Irish might have done some indoor hitting while preparing for the season. Once they finally hit the course, it was often time to begin tryouts right away.
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