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No r.::.'.t:r whit day of the week a
victor chooses to 0 to Flnly Golf
N'-'xs V,'c:t and his t:rr.ru:t:s ca th;
UNC msn's coif t:ini will at
the practice rone: hlttinj drives, cr ca
Ye:t, a junior frcni EurUn-tca, sold
he usually spends u? to five hours a
day at Finlry hlttir df fcslls.
West s:id ptop'.s don't rcollis how
much tin:; golfers hive to drvcts to"
golf. "We're c::i thrcs to four days a
wesk during th; spring and it's touh
to kerp up (with your studies)
"There's r.o:t no ps:;:t!e way
that a golfer can raduts in four
West sodd he scmetimes takes a day
off from golf just to got cut of ths
routine. "It takes a lot cut cf you if
you hit balls every day," hi said. "It
helps you to rest, both mentally and,
But West doesn't tt tired cf golf
very often. This summer, he played
about every , day and entered several
amateur tournaments. The hihliht cf -.
the summer was his victory last month
in the Eastern Amateur Tournament in
Until that point,- he hadn't really
played that well. "I had a ncdicore to
bad summer until the Eastern, but that
win changed a bad summer to a good
one," he said.
West said he learned a lot of little
things this summer that would help .
him at UNC and in the future. He said
he learned to be more patient and now
tries to leave the bad holes behind him
and concentrate on his next shot.
"Also," he said, "the more you
play, the fewer mistakes you make."
The tournaments have allowed him
to play such top-notch amateur golfers
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Golfers perhaps more than
other athletes, know ell
about the phrase, 'practice
makes perfect.' Hours spent
on the practico tee, as
UNC's f.liko West knows,
aro just required homework.
at Clarence Rose and Todd Smith and
given him a sampling of what it's like
on the Professional Golf Association .
tour. "The (amateur) tournaments
aren't as tcuh as the pro tour, but you
get to see a little bit cf what it's like."
West said he definitely wants to try
to play cn the PGA tour. "I putt the
ball well and have a good short game,"
he said, "though my distance off the
tee is not one cf my strong points. I'm ,
adequately long but not extremely
lon," West said his drives average 230
to 2C0 yards.
"I've worked at it all my life; if I
didn't give it a shot, I would be
West said, though, he would
graduate from UNC before attempting
to make the tour. "If I don't make the
tour," he said, "I need some kind of
graduate degree to fall back cn."
Carolina coach Devon Erouse thinks
the tournaments have helped West's
game. "He has been capable of doing
more than what he has achieved so far
in college," Erouse said. "This year he
y have the confidence to go cn and
achieve his potential. ' -
"I hope he, along with several other
of cur players, has gained the
confidence he needs to play with
anyone in college golf."
West wasn't the only UNC golfer
who competed this summer. Senior
Frank Fuhrer placed second in the
Northeast Amateur and fourth in the
Porter Cup as well as finishing high in
the Western Amateur. Teammate John
Spelman won the Southeastern
Amateur. Also, .freshman John
Inman, one of UNC's top recruits,
won the North Carolina state high
, school championship in May.
Because the returnees gained
valuable experience and because of a
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...team is confident
good recruiting year including the
signing of Jack Nicklaus Jr. both
West and Erouse are optimistic about
the coming season,
"This ought to be the best team
we've had in my three years here,"
West said. "We ought to win the ACC
and place high if not win the NCAA,
the team's that good."-
Erouse said it was too early in the
year to be able to predict exactly how
the' team would, fare, but he said the
players' performances over; the
summer were a good indication of
what they are capable of doing.
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that we didn't show last year," he said.
"We'je capable (of having a good
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the season and letting the players find
As Mike West found himself in the
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Don Patterson, director of the
University's training table, is amazed by '
what ' he sees the Tar Heel football
players do every day.
" "They consume enough in one meal
to last me two days," he says.
The training table is located cn the
ground floor of Ehringhaus Dormitory,
and inside its doors lie piles of salad,
mounds of potatoes, pounds of beef and
pots of vegatables.
A sweet tooth wouldn't fare too well
here, though, since the only dessert
offered is soft-serve ice cream. Eut that,
like the rest of the food, is available on
an unlimited basis to Carolina
scholarship athletes who dine there.
About 325 athletes, along with about
50 coaches and managers, are served
ddly. The men's basketball team which
lives in Granville Towers and eats there,
is the only Tar Heel team that doesn't
feast on the table's fare.
Because of the diversity of the athletes
that eat at the table, Patterson has to
make sure he offers a good variety.
"There's a unique kind of problem
here," said Joesph Dewalt, team
physician for North Carolina.
"Different athletes require different
Dewalt said a wrestler is one type cf
athlete who doesn't always want to eat
heartily at the table, especially if he has
to lose pounds to get to his weight-class.
"A wrestler trying to go from 134 to
1 18 doesn't want to gain weight, so he'll
just eat salad, cottage cheese, fruits and
vegatables instead of a steak." ;
The training table began about 12
years ago, when Dewalt and others on
the athletic staff realized the food
service that fixed food for the campus
could not do a good job for the athletes.
"About 12 years ago, we got the food
service to feed them, and it was a
disaster," Dewalt said. "They fed
everybody the same type of food." .
While most athletes eat meals there,
perhaps the meal that receives the most
attention is the pre-game meal consumed
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"It's a different team that comes here
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Sban, a reserve player, who once
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