The Chaparral Wolverines had four varsity golfers named to the Continental League All-Conference Team.
Katie Malcolm (senior) was named a first team all conference performer again this season. A four year varsity member for Chaparral, Malcolm finished the conference season with a 79 average. Malcolm will participate in the CHSAA 5A State Tournament again this spring.
Kira Petersen (junior) made her second consecutive 2nd Team All-Conference. Petersen finished 16th in the league with a 84.7 average. Kira will participate in the CHSAA 5A State Tournament again this spring.
Elena Hernandez (sophomore) made her first 2nd Team All-Conference. Hernandez finished 18th in the league with a 85.7 average. Elena will participate in her first CHSAA 5A State Tournament this spring.
Anslea Dean (junior) made her first Continental League All-Conference Honorable Mention Team this season for the Wolverines. Anslea finished in 27th in the league standings with an average of 90.
Congrats to these fine ladies on stellar finishes this year!
The Chaparral Wolverines made the trek out to Grand Junction and ended up qualifying a team for the CHSAA 5A State Tournament in Tinmath, Colorado. The Wolverines ended up taking 3rd as a team, finishing behind Regional Champion Loveland High School and Regis Jesuit High School.
The Wolverines were led on the day by 1st Team All-Continental League Member Katie Malcolm. Malcolm shot two nine hole scores of 38 to shoot 76 and finish in a tie for 4th. Continental 2nd Team All-Conference Member Kira Petersen also finished with a Top 10 performance. Petersen shot 81 and finished 10th in the region. The final qualifier for the state tournament for Chaparral was sophomore and also 2nd Team All-Continental League Member, Elena Hernandez. After a slow start, Hernandez battled back on the back nine to shoot 39 and an 86 for a total. Hernandez ended up finishing 13th, well inside the cut line. With those scores, the Wolverines finished 3rd as a team, one shot ahead of Cherokee Trail High School.
The Wolverines will compete in the CHSAA 5A Tournament at The Harmony Club in Tinmath, Colorado on May 20 and 21.
The Chaparral Wolverines took 3rd place in the third tournament of the Continental League schedule at Plum Creek Golf Course in Castle Rock. The Wolverines finished one shot out of second place, shooting a +48 as a team and 336 overall.
The Wolverines were led by Katie Malcolm who scored her best round of the season with a 1 over 73. Malcolm's consistent round consisted of 3 birdies and 2 bogeys with one double bogey. Malcolm's round put her in a tie for third for the day. Chaparral also got consistent scoring from Elena Hernandez (87), Kira Petersen (88), and Anslea Dean (88). All three ladies finished in the Top 25 for the day. Playing in her first varsity tournament, Morgon Sidener shot a 123 for the day to round out the day for Chaparral.
The Wolverines will be in action again on Monday, April 29 at Pinehurst Country Club in Denver.
Junior Golf Alliance of Colorado (JGAC) http://www.juniorgolfcolorado.org/
The Junior Golf Alliance of Colorado (JGAC) was established in 2016 by the Colorado Section of the PGA and the Colorado Golf Association. The JGAC serves as a vehicle for collaboration in the arena of junior golf in the state of Colorado for parents, kids, coaches and PGA Professionals by streamlining the junior golf process, filling in the voids, further building the junior golf ranks, and creating new excitement with the four Major Championships (Colorado Junior Amateur Championship, Colorado PGA Junior Championship, Colorado Junior Match Play Championship and Junior Golf Alliance of Colorado Tour Championship).
In addition to being your one-stop-shop for competitive junior golf our Player Development Pathway embraces the core programs of each association including Golf in Schools, PGA Junior League, Drive Chip & Putt Championship, partnerships with in-state national qualifying events, instructional camps and clinics and much more. Additionally, we serve as your portal to college golf with a vast array of free counseling opportunities and assistance programs.
We strongly recommend that junior golfers and their families use the Colorado Junior Golf Alliance as an integral part of their golf development.
OFF-SEASON GOLF IDEAS
Murphy Creek Golf Course https://www.auroragov.org/things_to_do/golf/golf_courses/murphy_creek/
The Murphy Creek Jr. Camp consists of two 4 - day camps, 3 supervised play days, 2 - junior tournaments and a Parent/Jr. Tournament. Juniors learn all aspects of golf along with golf course etiquette and the rules of golf. Murphy Creek has one of the best practice facilities in the metro area so juniors will have every opportunity to learn and improve their overall game. The cost to attend one of the camps is $75.00 or if both camps fit your schedule, the cost is only $125.00 to attend both. Junior green fees are included in the supervised play days and the 3 tournaments. If you have any questions or would like to sign up, please call the Murphy Creek golf shop at 303-739-1560.
MURPHY CREEK HAS ONE OF THE BEST JUNIOR PRACTICE AND PLAY DEALS IN THE SOUTH METRO AREA!
Junior Pass $325 (17 and under)
Unlimited green fees & range balls, as well as one of the best practice facilities in town. Pass may be used Monday-Friday anytime, Sat/Sun/Holidays after 1pm.
Children 10 & under must be accompanied by an adult.
Family Sports Center http://www.ssprd.org/Family-Sports-Golf
Family Sports offers a variety of unique classes, camps and tournaments for junior golfers from ages 4 to 17 years old. We offer a fun and safe learning environment for all kids starting with our Pee-Wee classes. In this classes young golfers will become familiar with the game included instruction and games that incorporate what they've learned that day. Also available our Mulligan and Q-School level classes will help young players progress and hone their skills to advance to our 4 day long advanced playing camps that includes instruction in the mornings, lunch then onto the course for a round of golf with the instructors. And if your looking for friendly competition, our Summer and Fall junior golf leagues are the way to go.
Spring Valley Junior Golf League offers a weekly (Tuesdays) fun afternoon playing golf as well as learning valuable life lessons. This league is for kids ranging from 8-17 interested in the game of golf. Our teachers will give a 30 minute lesson beforehand each week ranging from etiquette on the course to rules knowledge to how to properly hit a pitch shot. After the lesson is over its time to hit the "Big Course" as the juniors will be paired into groups and head out to the course for at least 6 holes (sometimes more depending on time) with a Spring Valley instructor. They will get to play the holes for an opportunity to win prizes based on score and division. A truly fun couple of weeks will be capped off by a Junior-Adult Scramble Event.
Trent Wearner Golf Academy http://trentwearner.uschedule.com/Level2/GolfSchools/Juniors.aspx
We have programs running from mid-March - October. We have various levels of programming starting at beginner and going all the way to advanced competitive. Our programs run seasonal with winter programs starting in February and after school programs starting in Mid April. We have a couple of different summer programs including a summer long group program and a week long program which provides a condensed version of the summer long program. We also offer a Drive Chip and Putt prep camp and PGA Junior league. A new program that will be introduced this season will be a season long supervised practice program.
CHS Golf has listed these golf opportunities that are in proximity to Chaparral as a service to our students and their families. This listing should not be considered as an endorsement.
Head Girls Golf Coach
Assistant Girls Golf Coach/Head JV Coach