The 2007-2008 golf season began with much enthusiasm. The season began with the hiring of a new coach, Pam Lindberg. Students began practicing in March, driving in the gym and putting in the hallways. Golfers even went to the golf dome in Brooklyn Park so they could see how their driving was progressing. By
Weather played havoc with the schedule, as matches were postponed due to rain and/or snow.
The first match of the season began with controversy.
The second match was against
North competed in a match on April 16 against Edison. The Polars put up a good fight, losing to Edison 253-278. The Polars now had a 0-3 record.
North then played Southwest. The results had the Polars coming out on the losing side again,
The matches against Roosevelt on April 25 and Washburn on April 28 had the same results as the South match. North again showed up with fewer than the required players because of previous commitments of some of the Polars golfers. Washburn and Roosevelt were both awarded wins.
North then played both Henry and Edison for the next three dates, April 30, May 1 and May 6. The first match went to Edison because neither
The next meet was the conference meet held at Minnekata Golf Course. South took the men's title and Southwest won the women's title.
The final meet of the season was regions. North was assigned to Section 4AA. Two golfers, Nathaniel Lasley and Patrick Brenton represented the Polars. Lasley, 104, and Brenton, 117, were both behind the winner from Benilde-St. Margaret's who shot a two under par 70.
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