Greenleaf and Windham tasted disappointment, coming up third in the team race Thursday, but that set him up to make a run Saturday in the individual.
“I was four back, not guaranteed anything at all, so I was really comfortable out there,” he said.
“At that point, I was the underdog. From the team perspective, we had messed up,and I was playing for the dignity of our team.”
Saturday, he delivered the round of the tournament, a two-under par 70 to defeat first-round co-leader Tom Hickson of St. Thomas by a pair of shots.
“Now that the summer tournament season and school golf are over I may try to take a little break,” said Greenleaf, who typically was back on the range at Windham CC, Tuesday after school.
“I’ve got a couple more tournaments in October and one in December, and I might take a Florida trip in November, if I feel up to it. I’m looking forward to getting away from it now for a little bit. Just not to long.”
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