Q&A with Demon golfer Kelsey Warkentin | PostIndependent.com

Q&A with Demon golfer Kelsey Warkentin

Kelsey Warkentin

Year in school: Junior.Whats your favorite golf course on the Western Slope? Aspen Glen.What do you like about it? Well, I work there and get to play there a lot. If you could play on any course, anywhere, where would you play? Probably up at Palm Springs. Tasha (Derby) talks about it all the time. She played there a couple times.If you could play a round of golf with anyone, whom would you play with? Um, Ive probably got to say Tiger Woods. Thatd be fun. Its unoriginal, but What would study or ask him about? Just pointers and stuff, like chipping and putting pointers. Whats your favorite subject in school? Probably physics. Is that what youre going to major in (in college)? Possibly. Either that or chemistry.Where do you want to go to college? Im thinking the University of Arizona, CSU or CCU.Which would be your dream school? Its tied between CSU and the University of Arizona. I like Arizona because of how its out of state and starting over, that kind of thing. Ive got cousins down there, too. And CSU, just being in Colorado and being close to home.Do you have any hobbies besides golf? Um, probably just playing volleyball.Is volleyball your favorite sport? Today, yes, volleyball is my favorite sport.Whats your favorite movie? Batman: The Dark Knight.Do you have any fun summer vacations planned? Im going down to Hawaii and then Im going to Nashville for HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America). Im going for dental assistant. Is that what you want to do for a career? Yeah.What kind of advice would you give to a young golfer? Dont take it too seriously. Your scores are going to go down if you keep working on it. Dont focus on the score. Just worry about your swing and the technique. What would you be doing if you werent playing golf right now? Id be at school. Unfortunately.What are your goals for your last year of high school golf? Making it back to state next year. Just hitting in the 70s, hopefully. And just having fun being with the new girls coming up.

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