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Postby CM Newspapers » Mon Sep 18, 2017 5:16 am

Golf Notebook: Nokomis is no surprise anymore
Warriors off to strong start; Messalonskee also looking good.

...Hopkins was hoping to get more one-on-one work in with his golfers to work on mechanics, but unfavorable weather threw the schedule off a bit — the Tigers have matches Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Hopkins said the last matches of the season will be used to hone the team before the postseason.

“It’ll be interesting,” Hopkins said. “Everybody’s trying to figure out what their strengths are, their weaknesses. We need to work on those weaknesses, but at the same time you’ve got to work and keep your strengths your strengths.”

Nokomis is no longer sneaking up on anyone ... e-anymore/
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