"Some people easily give up, but I think the experience he's gotten has really mentally prepared him,'' Winfield coach Danny Mullins said of Williams. "You've got to kind of grind it out, especially on this golf course. It's not an easy golf course.''
GW was solid up and down its roster.
"I'm just really proud of the kids,'' said GW coach B.J. Calabrese. "It's a tough and demanding course. You can say, 'Well, they know the course,' but you still have to go play it under the competition that we were up against.''
Calabrese said he was pleased with his team's progress.
"One thing we really tried to focus on recently is just finishing better and being a little bit smarter with course management,'' he said.
"One of my concerns the last few weeks is we have not been finishing rounds real well. It seems from the first five, six, seven holes we'll be playing pretty well and then we let a double or triple bogey slide in there.''
Reach Tommy R. Atkinson at tatkin...@wvgazette.com or 304-348-4811.