Native8aworks.com– ULM Director of Golf and Head Men’s Golf Coach Tim Baldwin announced the signing of three student-athletes for the 2023-24 season.
Octave Bailo, Ylan Guerin Pozzalo and Louis Anceaux have all signed with the Warhawk golf program in the first week of the November signing period.
Quotations from each signatory and Baldwin are included below.
Octave Bailo, St Chamand, France
Bailo: “I chose the ULM because the university program suits me perfectly. I hope to bring my best level of golf to the team for the best possible results. I can’t wait to get started.
Baldwin: “Octave has a fundamentally healthy golf swing with good speed. As his short game continues to improve, he will be a mainstay in our line-up. He has four top five finishes this year and a +2.9 handicap.”
Ylan Guerin Pozzalo, Bourg St Maurice, France
Pozzalo: “I chose ULM Golf to continue my progress in a great training environment. Coach Baldwin’s speech really won me over. The tournament program is very ambitious. I look forward to competing against the best amateurs and winning titles my fellow players.”
Baldwin: “Ylan is an exceptional player with several top five finishes this year including a win in the Grand Prix Ligue AURE championship with 137 (69-68) shooting. He also finished fourth at the Swiss Golf International Amateur Championship with 279 shooting (74-72-65-68). He currently has a +3.9 handicap and is ranked 519th in the world according to the SPWAGR rankings. Ylan has the ability to go deep and make a lot of birdies.
Louis Anceaux, Groslay, France
Anceaux: “I am very pleased to announce that I will be joining the ULM men’s golf team. I am very excited to be part of the team for 2023 because I believe that together we can achieve great things. The team will help me to be the best version of myself. I hope to help the team as much as possible to reach the top.”
Baldwin: “Louis is a very solid player. He is very consistent, as evidenced by his numerous top 5 results. He is ranked 298th in the world by SPWAGR and 498th by WAGR. 69) and reached the semi-finals of the British Boys Golf Championship. He won the Grand Prix de Mergines championship with 216 (69-73-74). Louis is the top-ranked France U-18 player, third-ranked France U-21 player and 11th Europe U-18 player by EGR.