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Calhoun County Boys Golfer of the Year McKinney showed vast improvement during senior year at JCA

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Posted: Friday, June 20, 2014 11:45 pm

JACKSONVILLE — Caleb McKinney got smarter between his junior and senior years and, in turn, achieved a goal of his before graduating from Jacksonville Christian last month.

“Back in my junior year and before that, I would just try to play my game and not worry about what the course was set up for,” he said. “I would try to birdie every hole or pull off miracle shots from the trees and just stuff that could get you in a lot of trouble. This year, I feel like I’ve gotten a lot smarter on the course, laying up when I need to or taking a bogey rather than trying to make a shot from nowhere and end up doubling or tripling.

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