The girls varsity golf team beat both Miss Hall's School and Williston-Northampton 4-1 on Wednesday at the Cranwell Resort in Lenox, Mass.
The girls golf program is built on character and prides itself on skill development, mental preparation, knowledge of the rules, and fostering a love of the game. Our players have a passion for the game and strive each day to realize their academic, athletic, and personal potential. We value that the strong caliber of players in our program make practices and matches as competitive as possible each day to raise the collective level of play.
Our team plays nine-hole matches against other prep schools around Western New England and competes in separate Founder’s League and New England championship events. In the spring of 2017, we earned a 10-5-1 match record and finished 5th in the New England Championships. We play a competitive schedule at a number of outstanding golf venues in New England, including the The Cranwell Resort, Greenwich Country Club, Roundhill Country Club, Watertown Golf Club, and our home course, Tumble Brook Country Club, a remarkable 27-hole private golf club in Bloomfield, CT.
In addition to the privilege of playing Tumble Brook C.C., Loomis Chaffee has an indoor practice facility, which we use during periods of inclement weather to hone fundamental skills.
There is so much we would love to share about our golf program. Please feel free to contact Coach O’Donnell directly to learn more.
All three golf teams — boys varsity and JV and girls varsity — beat their opponents on Saturday, April 22, against strong competition.
Jim O'Donnell, director of the Loomis Chaffee Summer Program, will be the head coach of the girls varsity golf team beginning this spring.