Cut Bank’s Shane Barcus watches his ball to make sure he sinks his putt. 

The Cut Bank Wolves golfers have been busy the past month golfing up a storm and in a storm. The JV team was first to hit the links in Conrad after Easter Break and were treated to spring like weather which means cold, windy, and wet playing conditions. Battling the elements turned out to be a numbing golf experience for the JV team on Friday, April 22. Leading the JV players was Brendan Vermulm who shot his personal best with a 91, followed by Dawson Vasboe - 99, Wyatt Michaels - 101, and Noah Eney - 106.

The conditions were not much better for the varsity players the following day with winds blowing up to 25 mph, and temperatures below 40. Leading the Wolves was Tate Monroe who shot an 82, and Matt Larson - 96.

At Signal Point Country Club in Fort Benton the Wolves competed against the local area teams on probably the nicest conditions of the year, Monday, April 25. They were up for a challenging course with the team taking 2nd, and Tate Monroe shooting a 94 followed by Shane Barcus - 101.

The CB Wolves’ golfers traveled to Malta on Saturday, April 30 for an invitational meet. The team played the Marian Hills Golf Course “fairly well” placing 2nd once again as a team. With only one week remaining in the regular season. The golfers were able to golf on the course, where they will have the North/East Divisional Tournament beginning May 9, and 10. Leading the Wolves pack was Lanen Spotted Bear tying for 3rd shooting an 83. The other team members shot as followed:  Shane Barcus - 88, Tate Monroe - 89, Matt Larson 96, and Richard Schmidt - 101.

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