Head Coach Wayne Fisher will have three of Utah's best golfer's on his squad next year.
Nov. 24, 2003
SALT LAKE CITY-Utah men's golf coach Wayne Fisher announced today that he has received national letters of intent from Dustin Pimm, Nick Carter and Chris Gresh. Pimm and Carter are Utah state champions, while Gresh is another local golfer on the rise.
"These are three of the best golfers in the state. They will help us fill the gap of losing four talented seniors when this season ends. Signing the three will keep us moving in the right direction for continued success," reveals Fisher.
Dustin Pimm, Alta High School
-2002 Utah 5A state champion
-Tied for third at the 2003 5A state championships
-Grandfather Jerry Pimm was the head coach of the Utah men's basketball team from 1974-1983
"Dustin is one of the most consistent and toughest high school and junior golfers in the state," says Fisher. "We're excited to get a Pimm back on the hill."
Nick Carter, Judge Memorial Catholic High School
-2003 Utah 3A state champion
-Runner-up at 2002 3A state championships
"Nick is consistently atop the leader board at all the state junior tournaments," notes Fisher. "The national junior exposure Nick has experienced will help with his transition to Division I golf."
Chris Gresh, Cottonwood High School
-2003 runner-up at the Utah 5A state championships
"Chris' game appears to be on the rise. He has come out of nowhere to impress people in the local golfing community. We are excited to watch his game continue to improve," says Fisher.