AURORA | Nobody was more excited than Aurora golfers when it was revealed the Class 5A boys state golf tournament would be played at CommonGround G.C. A readily accessible public course set up to shoot low had players from city programs looking forward all season. Together with unfavorable weather conditions — at least for the […]
A few months ago, playing golf was the farthest thing from Sha Jefferson’s mind. In May, the Vista PEAK junior suffered a number of severe injuries in a dirt bike accident that left his golf season in doubt. Jefferson just missed ripping open his carotid artery on a tree branch and escaped the crash with a broken rib, fractured collarbone and left hand broke in two places. Mostly healed up, Jefferson’s golf game has never been better and he’s set to play in the Class 4A boys state golf tournament Oct. 2-3.
News that the Class 5A boys state golf tournament would be in town at CommonGround Golf Course was well received around Aurora, which could be the hub of boys golf for the entire 2017 season. Between two-time defending state champion Regis Jesuit and Eaglecrest senior Davis Bryant, Aurora programs have the ability to sweep team and individual titles when the quick-moving season comes to a conclusion Oct. 2-3 with the 5A state tournament contested on home soil.
LITTLETON | Veteran Regis Jesuit boys golf coach Craig Rogers has watched his team get off to slow starts in Continental League play frequently in recent seasons. That was most definitely not the case in Thursday’s league opener at Deer Creek Golf Club.
AURORA | City teams and athletes won two team championships and three individual titles during the 2016 fall prep sports season. Here’s an in-depth look at the Regis Jesuit boys golf team, the Class 5A state champion.
GRAND JUNCTION | A dramatic final day at the Class 5A boys state golf tournament Tuesday saw plenty of hardware end up in the hands of golfers from Aurora programs.
Key dates and information for the 2016 Aurora boys golf season.
LITTLETON | The defending Class 5A state champion Regis Jesuit boys golf team opened the new season with a second place finish Thursday in the first Continental league tournament of the season.