Lynchburg-Clay Lady Mustangs golf preview


By Ryan Applegate - rapplegate@aimmedianetwork.com



A member of the Lady Mustangs golf team practices chipping from the edge of the practice green at White Oak Golf Course.


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The Lady Mustangs are coached by Robert Macleod, who has been the coach for all four years that the girls’ golf program has been offered at Lynchburg-Clay High School.

Macleod admits that is has been a rough time since the inception of the program. “It has been a rough three years. We are a beginner team. My goal for these girls is to develop a love of golf and treat it like it is a lifetime activity.”

Macleod is enamored with teaching and views coaching golf as another outlet for him to teach. “Being a teacher I love to teach. This is teaching on a whole other level. What’s fun for me is to see the girls succeed in their own personal goals.”

“We are going to have a fun year, it’s going to be a good year.”, Macleod said.

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A member of the Lady Mustangs golf team practices chipping from the edge of the practice green at White Oak Golf Course.
http://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/08/web1_LC-Girls-Golf-Preview.jpgA member of the Lady Mustangs golf team practices chipping from the edge of the practice green at White Oak Golf Course. Ryan Applegate | The Times-Gazette

By Ryan Applegate

rapplegate@aimmedianetwork.com