Woodbury Boys Golf: Royals finish fourth in Stillwater
Matt Broich continues to swing the clubs well for Woodbury.
“(He) continued his really strong start,” Royals coach Kent Getzlaff said of Broich,” which was good to see.”
Perhaps what was even better for Woodbury to see was the 79 carded by Justin Tschida. Getzlaff said with the practice rounds Tschida has turned in of late, he thinks the junior is ready to drop some low scores.
“I think he’s really, really close,” Getzlaff said. “This week I think he’ll really break out. … I think we’re going to see him start to get back to where he was last year.”
Tschida’s 79 was matched by Ben Gustafson.
Getzlaff said if Tschida can continue to drop his scores, and Woodbury’s No. 3 and No. 4 players -- Gustafson and Andrew Larson -- can continue to contribute decent performances the Royals “will be in good shape.”
Larson tallied a team-low 36 in a nine-hole match in a Woodbury win over South St. Paul at Prestwick April 22.