37’s are wild: Golfer on a hot stretch
Published 1:02 pm Tuesday, April 25, 2023
Anderson Beliveau is riding the hottest stretch in six years after shooting 1-over par for three consecutive meets.
The Davie sophomore shot 37 and finished second overall, one off the pace, in a Central Piedmont Conference meet at Salem Glen on April 17. Cooper Drum (5-over 41), Colby Moore (41) and Walker Jones (44) contributed as the War Eagles placed second out of seven for the fifth straight time in CPC play.
The team scores: Reynolds 162, Davie 163, Reagan 167, Mt. Tabor 173, West Forsyth 179, East Forsyth 185.
In a nonconference match at Oak Valley on April 20, Beliveau fired another 37 as Davie (10-over 154) defeated Reynolds (155) and Reagan (166).
Beliveau finished in a two-way tie for second overall as he became the first War Eagle to shoot 1-over or better in three straight rounds since Wesley Sink did it in four straight in 2017.
Moore (2-over 38), Drum (39) and Jones (40) helped Davie overtake the Demons, who lead the second-place War Eagles by 27 strokes in the CPC standings.
During Sink’s torrid stretch in 2017, he shot even-par 36 at Wilshire, 3-under 33 at Maple Chase, even-par 34 at Bermuda Run West and 3-under 33 at Oak Valley.