Teeing up success: Fullerton golfers Andrews, Howlett shine at CSUF


FEATURE: Fullerton golfers Andrews, Howlett hitting their strides - California State University, Fullerton

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TLDR: Key Points

  • Tegan Andrews and Russell Howlett have overcome personal challenges to excel in golf at Cal State Fullerton.
  • Coach Jason Drotter believes that the team might be one of the best squads he has had.

Article Summary

In a recent article, it was highlighted how golfer Tegan Andrews and Russell Howlett from Cal State Fullerton have shown remarkable improvement on the golf course. Tegan Andrews, a redshirt senior, faced challenges regarding his anger management on the golf course but has bounced back to win tournaments and showcase his skills. Russell Howlett, a junior, overcame a wrist injury and swing retooling to become a consistent player on the team.

Coach Jason Drotter praised the two players for their hard work and commitment, leading the Fullerton men’s golf team to victory in four out of eight tournaments this season. The team’s success has been attributed to the strong performances of Andrews, Howlett, and Garrett Boe. The team’s chemistry and competitive spirit have contributed to their success on the golf course.

Both Andrews and Howlett have shown improvement in their game, with Andrews excelling in putting and driving while Howlett’s game management and maturity have stood out. The article delves into the personal backgrounds of Andrews and Howlett, shedding light on their journey to success and their aspirations for the future.