Buenas boys Golf season goes to PAR with CIF contestants


Freshman Adam Anderson hitting his tee shot at Los Robles, where he shot a 62 (-8) par

Tanner Coatsworth and Kevin Cox

The Buena Boys golf team’s 2021-22 season has finished their season strong, with two players, freshman Adam Anderson and Brady McHenry advancing to CIF with all-time great seasons.

The Boys golf team ended their season by taking second place in league divisionals with a 8-2 record. Their accomplished season did have some challenges with strong opponents.

“Out of league I would say San Marcos, they had a really solid team,” Anderson said in regards to the toughest teams they faced. “In our league, I would say Ventura was the hardest matchup.”

Anderson and McHenry’s efforts on the course, qualified them to compete in the CIF Northern Individual Regional. This is where Anderson shot a 62 (-8) par round at Los Robles Greens, to win the Individual Champion title. 

McHenry shot a 69 (-1) par round to qualify to the next round of CIF, and advanced to the regional state qualifier round.

Anderson had a great freshman season with the bulldogs, leading the bulldogs to their second place league finish. 

“This year was super fun.” Anderson said, “ I had a lot of cool experiences and overall just a great time.”

McHenry would go on to shoot a solid even par round (72) at Brookside golf club, where his score just barely missed the cut to qualify for the California State Championship, putting an end to his great freshman season. 

“He had a solid season,” Anderson said. “he made a great run in CIF.” 

“I loved it a lot,” McHenry said, “the season went great, I played pretty solid, and can’t wait for next year.”