Clayton Phillips was not content with the manner in which he completed the Class 1A young men state golf competition, however up until that point the New London Secondary School senior had a memorable season on the connections.
After the 2020 secondary school golf season was dropped in view of the Coronavirus pandemic, Phillips got the ball really rolling in a rush, fitting the bill for the state competition at Westwood Fairway in Newton, where he completed tied for seventh with a 22-over-standard 164 all out in mercilessly extreme conditions.
That was the solitary meet of the period where Phillips didn’t procure medalist respects in what was a generally almost faultless season.
“It’s anything but a good season. I was playing admirably in the center and at the end at sectionals and regions,” said Phillips, The Falcon Eye’s Young men Golf player of the Year. “My first day at state I didn’t play well overall. I was doing good toward the beginning of the day, then, at that point everything sort of self-destructed. My putting was truly downright awful. However, in general it’s anything but a very decent season.”