Bob Molt Featured On MGALinks.org
Tucked amongst the hills of Worcester in the Bay State’s most centralized city is the campus of the College of the Holy Cross, a Jesuit liberal arts college with just shy of 3,000 enrolled students.
Known by its recognizable purple royal crest logo with the overlapping “HC” letters engraved across the middle, the Crusaders’ alumni base extends across the country and most of the world, fulfilling leadership roles in every aspect of the life – one of the many focal points that the Holy Cross undergraduate experience emphasizes.
For whichever path that each alumni chooses, and there are many, there are very few who will look back at their college experience and not be grateful for the opportunities that Holy Cross has provided.
For some, it was their field of study. Others, it was the faculty and staff.
But for many who had ties to golf, it was one Bob Molt – the Crusaders' longtime Men’s Golf coach who will retire at the end of the 2016-2017 season - in a short few months – that impacted their time the most. His retirement comes after the completion of his 41st season at the helm of the program, a program engraved deep in the history of golf – and deep into the Massachusetts golf history.
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