“That's what Edmond North has had for years, that inner competition.”
In addition to McGreevy, who signed with Oklahoma in November, Drew Ison anchors the top of the Wolves' lineup, but anyone in the top five can go under par on any day.
It's just a matter of putting it all together at the right time.
That's where McGreevy, the team's lone senior, becomes even more valuable. He's continually trying to help his teammates improve.
“In qualifying, everybody wants to play with Max,” Stolz said. “He wants to help them. Guys will ask him to look at their swing, and he'll always do it. He's one of those rare talents who cares as much about his teammates as he does winning tournaments for himself.”
Edmond Santa Fe has never had a team championship in boys golf, and McGreevy would love for his senior season to be the time it happens.
“With the friendships I've made on this team, we've all grown very close,” McGreevy said. “That would be a special way to go out.”