Golf

The WCPS Golf Team provides opportunities for athletes to develop leadership, relationships, and sportsmanship through participating in competitive matches and tournaments managed and implemented under the direction of the coaching staff. High school golf is often overlooked by serious golf enthusiasts, but it is an incredibly important aspect of the golfing community. It is where many players, whether casual or competitive, first begin to play the game and learn to love the sport. Riverside County is one of the best places to begin one’s passion for golf as it hosts some of California’s best greens with over 30 courses available to play and practice on. By being part of our golf team, golfers learn the rules and nuances of the sport. This is one of the few sports in high school available that is both an individual and a team sport. Members of the work on their strokes, accuracy, mental toughness, and long-term athlete development.

Team Expectations

Golfers and Sportsmanship
  • Demonstrate proper tournament and match behavior (i.e. keeping areas clean, sportsmanship, support teammates).

  • Show respect to your coaches and teammates.

  • Respect the course, locker rooms, team equipment and other golfers’ property.

Golfers and Training
  • Understand and take responsibility for attendance and performance, habits in practice and how these relate to meet performance.

  • Golfers are expected to consistently improve commitment level and training/racing ability from season to season.

  • Golfers training attitudes should be productive and supportive.

  • Golfers are expected to train appropriately for the athlete’s experience and stated goals.

Golfers and External Training Factors
  • Learn time management so practice becomes a high priority.

  • Prioritize outside activities in an order that has the least impact on grades and swimming.

  • Inform the coach of practice absences and reasons.

Golfers’ Commitment to Their Team
  • Understand the importance of the “Team”.

  • Congratulate teammates regularly during practice and competition.

  • Actions show dedication to the team and promote team values.

  • Compete in the highest level of competition qualified.

  • Take leadership positions as positive role modeling for all teammates.

  • Golfers are expected to conduct themselves in a manner appropriate to promote and support the goals of the team.

Wesley College Preparatory School | 5840 Mitchell Ave. Riverside, California 92505, USA. | info@wesleycollegeprep.org | Tel: 1.714.820.9440

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