Abilene Christian College - Prickly Pear Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

 - Class of 1983

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n course for par The season was at times a fulfilling challenge and at Jthers a source of frustration for the Wildcats. Through the :ourse of an 11-tournament schedule, ACU golfers drove ind chipped their way to two tournament victories and good putings in most others. "The thing about golf is that it is you against the course," Coach Don Harrison said. "It's frustrating at times, but that's what makes it so challenging." Harrison said even though the Wildcats had some rounds :hat were not as successful as possible he was still pleased with the season they had. "I was encouraged that we had a young, enthusiastic, ward-working team," Harrison said. "The basic problem with 1 young team, though, is inconsistency." The Wildcats showed very little inconsistency when they iompeted in four triangular tournaments with Hardin Sim- nons and McMurry. ACU finished second in the first three Jefore winning its first tourney of the season Nov. 5 in :riangular number four at the Abilene Country Club. ACU logged its second victory April 4-5 in the Angelo State University Invitational at the Bentwood Country Club n San Angelo. Harrison had a very young team representing ACU as one senior, john Sconiesg two sophomores, Eddie Holt and Lewis Wilksg and two freshmen, Kerry MeHaffey and Chip Seltzer competed in the Lone Star Conference tournament. The Cats scored a 54-hole team total 1,257 in the April Z4-26 tourney in Boerne to come away with fourth place in ihe final LSC standings. Another of the year's highlights was Lewis Wilks' four- 'ound 311 for the 10th best score in the conference tourna- ment placing him on the All-LSC second team for 1983. Fourth was a good finish for the young ACU golfers, but as far as Harrison was concerned the outstanding highlight of the season had come two weeks before at the Abilene In- tercollegiate played at Maxwell Municipal and Abilene Country Club. The tournament-hosting Cats blistered the course for an even par 284 final round to leap from sixth to third place. "That was by far our best round all year, I was very im- pressed with their performance," the coach said. Harrison said he established two goals for the ACU golf team before the season. One was to improve in the con- ference standings and the other was to increase the number on the squad. "We did both," the coach said. "Out of 13 players at least nine will return for the 1983-84 campaign, and we made our best showing in the LSC since 1976" - Phillip Dutton SCOREBOARD TOURNAMENT PLACED Triangular 2nd Triangular 2nd Triangular 2nd ASU Invitational 5th Triangular lst Trinity University Invitational 4th Southwest Texas Invitational Sth Cameron University Invitational 6th ASU Invitational lst Abilene Intercollegiate 3rd LSC Tournament 4th si- -nfl- CD E -av Left: Kevin Blair watches his putt roll tothe cup. Right: Lewis Wilkes looks over the green for a putt. Golff 175

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