Kapaun Mount Carmel’s Noah Pirtle-Athlete Spotlight-Presented by Supplement World

Kapaun Mount Carmel’s Noah Pirtle had a dream season.

The senior was one of the Crusaders’ top golfers and was instrumental in Kapaun’s state championship.

“The main goal I had for the season was to win state at Sand Creek with my team,” Pirtle said. “High school (golf) is such a different atmosphere with it being team events. It makes it so much more enjoyable and does not seem like such a lonely sport.”

Pirtle gained so much consistency this season and he attributed that to a new swing coach.

“I have been working with a new swing coach, Doug Athlery,” Pirtle said. “He has been a big part in helping my ball striking and overall consistency on the golf course.”

Pirtle recently got a new putter, which combined with countless hours of work, has proven to be significant to his game.

“I use countless drills in practice to make sure that my stroke is dialed in come tournament time,” Pirtle said.

Early in the season, Pirtle was an individual champion and that was an additional memory that stood out.

“One of the most exciting memories of the season was winning the event at MacDonald Golf Course,” Pirtle said. “That was my first ever high school win and it felt very nice to get an individual win.”