COLORADO SPRINGS — The Classical Academy’s Liam O’Halloran has been on a mission all summer long.
The rising senior golfer has been looking to build where he left off his junior.
“I’ve been practicing a lot. And (have spent) a lot of time on the golf course,” explained O’Halloran. “(For last year) I think out team would of liked to finish a little bit better, and I would have liked to finish a litter better for state.”
Liam finished the season as a 2nd team All-State selection. Even though the results at State weren’t exactly what he wanted, the Colorado Springs native has looked to master his craft for this year.
“I have really tried to focus on my game and figure out how I can improve, and I think going into my senior, that will pay off,” said the rising senior.
And if the hopeful college golfer wants to win a 4A state title this year, it will take one putt at a time.
“I really believe in playing as much golf as you can because that just gives me more experience on the course and really keeps you calm under pressure. And always being focus in those tournaments and believing in myself.“