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Boys Golf

ROCORI Boys Golf

Work hard, treat people right, play well!


Goals

  • Have more than 6 players who can shoot 80 or lower on 18 holes in a meet.
  • Make JV a very important part of overall player development!
  • Work hard - Treat people right - Play well!
  • Push yourself.
  • Push your teammates.
  • Pull for your teammates.


Team Rules/Expectations

-Be early!

-Know practice time and place.

-When in doubt, ASK!

-Be ready for anything Mother Nature can throw at you!

  • Sunscreen
  • Long Johns
  • Golf shoes
  • Hat/gloves.

-Show high character.

Honesty and integrity. We are the only sport without referees or umpires.
Work hard at school.
Classes may be missed. You have to be responsible.
If you don't take care of business in the classroom, it may result in missed practice and meets!
Be a good citizen in the halls.
Show class on the golf course and around town.
Whether you are playing your best or worst, respect the game, your team mates, opponents, and coaches.

-Dress sharp.

We are proud to be Spartan and represent ROCORI.
Conference rules for dress.

  • Hat straight.
  • No jeans.
  • Professional attire.

-No phone use during a round of qualifying or in matches.

-Phones should be off and not seen during practice unless directed by a coach.



Qualifying for The Team

(JV and Varsity)

Note: Teams consist of 6 members each. JV can take more on special events....

-Best 4 out of last 5 nine hole scores as compared to the course rating. A running total of scores is logged throughout the season.

-If 5 scores are not possible at the beginning of the season, preference will be given to last year's players until such time as 5 scores are available.

-All rounds considered to be qualifying rounds will count.

-Course availability, practice attendance, and previous scores carded will dictate amount rounds played in practice.

-Rounds played outside of practice are very seldom used for qualifying scores.

-A player not finishing a practice round will card a score of infinity. (That score will be the score dropped until the player has played 5 additional rounds.)

-If there are ties in scoring average, there may be a playoff if time/course availability permits.

-This is a sport and coaches are ultimately in charge of who participates in meets. Coaches decisions may override the qualifying procedures! This is not the norm, but may happen from time to time.

Head Coach

Paul Court