The Taylormade golf ball with a little “10” on it moves with the grains of the green and starts to break to the left. Jim Nantz, the CBS commentator quietly whispers,“ And after so many years…” The ball continues to break to the left and finally, with the screams and sounds of excitement rising in the background, it sneaks in the hole on the very left side for Sergio’s birdie and win on the 73rd hole of the Masters. “Once and for all for Sergio!” shouts Jim Nantz into the microphone. Continue reading “Sergio Garcia Wins the Masters”
At the age of six, most kids are learning to read or tie their shoes. Natalie Forsman ’16 was swinging clubs on the driving range. Born into a family of golfers, Forsman inherited a love of the sport.
“It never really occurred to me that golf was a choice; it was just something in the family.” Forsman was coached and encouraged by her Grandpa, who took her out golfing weekly. Eventually, it became a Sunday afternoon ritual. Now, Forsman has taken her talents to the high school, playing as the only girl on the Mamaroneck Varsity Golf Team. Continue reading “Forsman ’16, Varsity Golf’s First Female Player, Follows in Family Footsteps”