Girls Golf

Spring 2022

Season Start: Feb 28th

Integrity, Sportsmanship, and Hard Work.

CHS Golf Team Pledge

I am going to put forth the necessary time and effort needed and to do my part to help this golf program succeed.

My commitment to the CHS Girls Golf Team is the following:

To manage my time, plan and identify areas of improvement for the team, myself and to keep up with school. I will be an active member of this team, attend and be on time to all practices, games and meetings. I will put forth the highest level effort and be mindful of other team members and coaching staff needs while valuing everyone's time.

I will expect in return that other team members and coaches will commit in the same way to the team and give it the time & effort it demands.

Relaxed Concentration

Laser Focus

Have these shots / Own these shots
  • Putting: 3 & 30 ft. Putting

  • Chipping: Chipping to 3 ft.

  • Irons /Woods : 50, 100, 150, 200+ yards

Practice Routines

Never Out Of The Hole.

Coach's 8 Golf Disciplines

  1. You must have a sound understanding of what the game of golf really is - if you dont get his right, the rest will never work.

  2. Be The Best At What You Do - Because Being Good Is Not Good Enough!

  3. Play within Your Means And Be Ready For Whatever The Game Brings - Because The Game Will Challenge You Every Time You Play.

  4. Minimize Errors - Because They Are The Biggest Enemy To A Successful Round Of Golf.

  5. Know Your Strengths And Weaknesses - Because You Cannot Improve What You Don't Measure.

  6. Be a Healthy Individual - Because Golf Without Health Is _________ .

  7. Teach Golf and Help Others Learn The Game - Because Sharing Feeds Your Soul And Gives More Purpose To Your Game.

  8. Be Active In The Lives Of Your Family - Because They Are Central To Who You Are.

Golf Flow

  1. Effort: If you plan to improve at golf, you should not expect to avoid adversity; rather you should prepare your mind to absorb adversity (Gio Valiante)

  2. Control: The secret lies in just letting the round mature - there's no need to force it. (Tiger Woods)

  3. Time: How can something feel really fast and really slow at the same time?

  4. Awareness: Reaching the impossible is merely a matter of stringing together a series of the possible.

  5. Think Small, Play Big: What can you control on the golf course and what is out of your control? This is the same as asking, where should your PLAYING FOCUS be?

  6. Make Pressure your friend: You must do the things which you think you cannot do (Eleanor Roosevelt)

  7. Love Your Swing, Play your Swing: Feel at ease, lack worry, and no guessing as you hit the ball. (Walter Hagen)

Tryouts: TBD