Boys Golf

May 26, 2022

Although golf might appear to be a solo sport, team chemistry is still an important value. Just like any sport, relationships are a principal factor in what makes the hours of commitment worth it.
Sophomore Henri Peltier has been playing golf since he was only four years old, joining the golf team in eighth grade. He has two brothers that are also on the team, freshman Ethan Peltier and captain George Peltier.
His close bonds prior to joining strengthened the team as a whole. “Since [my brothers and I] know how each other plays, when we go out for a round together, it’s pretty easy to stay in our groove and guess how each other’s rounds are going to go. In terms of the rest of the team, we’re all close together,” he said.
Being able to have a space to have some fun while spending time with familiar people can be especially valuable. “My favorite part about being on the team is the camaraderie and the ability to just go out and play golf with my friends [and family],” Peltier said.

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