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first_imgAge is just a number.Despite being the only true freshman on the UW women’s golfteam, Carly Werwie has quickly made a name for herself as one of the leaders onthe team. Originally from Kenosha, Werwie is currently one of the maincomponents of the team’s success in recent match play.As a high school star, Carly competed in the Wisconsin statetournament three times, two of which she won first place. In 2005 and 2006, shewas a United States Golf Association Junior Girls qualifier, as well as a U.S.Women’s Amateur Public Links qualifier. After being recruited to Badger nation,she was excited to contribute to her state college, but knew that timemanagement would be the most difficult aspect of her college experience.“It’s such a busy schedule with practices, workouts andtraveling, and I thought it was going to be hard to make that change,”Werwie said. “It was tough in the beginning getting used to everything,but I have so much fun with the team, and we get along great, so it has been areally great experience so far.”As a Badger in the fall season, Werwie competed in threeevents, one of which as an individual at the Badger Invite where she finishedtied for No. 20. Her best outing during the 2007 season came at the HawkeyeInvitational in Iowa, where she shot a season- and career-low score of 233through three rounds. Despite the impressive scores, both Carly and head coachTodd Oehrlein knew there was still room for improvement.“She has gotten physically stronger and more thananything, her short game has improved,” Oehrlein said. She puts a lot ofemphasis on it and has worked hard on her short game and putting, and theresults show that.”Within a half a year, Werwie’s development has been evident.To end the season, Carly was on top of the Badger roster in scoring during thelast three outings. She shot her career best of 225 in three rounds at theSusie Maxwell Berning Classic, where she also broke the record for lowest roundever recorded by a female Badger with 71 during the second round.In the final tournament of the spring season, the Big TenChampionships, she led all six Wisconsin competitors and finished at No. 14with a score of 302 after four rounds. The impressive score of 75.5 strokes perround ranks as fifth-best in UW history for 72-holes. After averaging 77.53strokes per round in the spring and fall season combined, Werwie realized thather short game was the only thing stopping her from being atop the leaderboard.?“My short game has gotten a lot better,” Werwiesaid. “In the fall, I was struggling to make up and downs, hitting badchips and wasn’t making as many putts. In the spring season, my short game hasimproved in the sense that I am getting up and down almost every time, so thatreally helps out my scores.”During the cold winter season when she was unable to practiceoutside, Carly spent most of her training in the Kohl Center on a practicegreen that was set up. There she focused on chipping and putting in order tomaintain her confidence during competition. Whenever she traveled to opposingtournaments, Werwie spent a majority of her warm-up on the greens in order tocreate muscle memory and get rid of careless shots. This diligence in her golfgame continues to excite both her teammates and coaches in her bright future asa Badger.“We are excited about seeing her continue to work hardand for her to try to do the best she can do,” Oehrlein said. “She isvery dedicated. She is a very hard worker, and she is very passionate about hergolf game. When you put that together, players have bright futures. I thinkCarly is going to be a leader for us, and we look forward to continuing to workwith her.”With a team that is only losing one senior in Katie Elliot,Werwie noted how quickly she has bonded with her team. This team continuity hasmotivated Carly and her teammates to improve their games over the summertime inorder to stay strong for the fall 2008 campaign.“I think everyone is really excited to get out there inthe fall and improve,” Werwie said. “I want to keep improving my gameand make my scores lower because my first year was great, and I want the nextthree years to be even better.”last_img read more

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