Girls golf: Valparaiso’s Harley Dubsky named Golfer of the Year
“That was a fun stretch of golf,” Sebastianelli said. “It was nice it happened in the beginning of the year. It really helped me, coming out, winning the Jackman, shooting a couple really low rounds in matches, it really got my mind set on a state title, which I ended up coming up really close to.” It also reassured him he could play at Division I. “I really enjoyed the Central Connecticut campus when I went to visit it,” Sebastianelli said. “Great people, a great bunch of guys and I really enjoyed the atmosphere that the coach presented to me. He told me the team is like a family and that really piqued my interest, the family aspect of it.” It also helped the school is what Sebastianelli considers the right distance form Clarks Summit.
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Dubsky practiced shots inside of 100 yards over and over again last season. Not just shots on the range from inside a 100-yards, but short shots on the course. From 50-yards. From 75-yards.
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