Thursday, April 17, 2008

Rob Grube on Winter Break

The winter break ushered in a welcome break from traveling and time for reflection on the fall season. Most teams would have been pleased with our fall season. After two seconds, some very good play from freshman Sihwan Kim, and a ninth place ranking, most teams would have said -- good start. Not us. Upon reflection, we were dissapointed with our fall season and itching to get back on the right course in the spring. We remain committed to winning every tournament, being ranked number one, and winning a national championship. With our deep pool of talent, anything less would be underachieving.

Our first tournament in Hawaii was the start for which we were looking. We won the tournament against some very highly ranked teams like ASU, Georgia Tech, and USC. Our second round displayed our immense talent and depth. We shot 17 under, the lowest team round by eight for the tournament.

Looking forward, our task remains translating our talent into results. In order to do this, we are focusing our attention in the weight room, on the driving range, and on the course to achieve these goals. If we work harder than anyother team, then I am convinced we will see our goals become a reality -- like we did last year.

Should be a great spring!

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