Like most area golf coaches, Jack Majesky has not seen much of his team on an actual course this spring. \u201cDue to the weather, we had only three nine-hole qualifying rounds [at Rolling Hills Country Club],\u201d said Majesky, the head coach of the Wilton High boys golf team. \u201cOn the first of those we played to flagsticks in the fairway and then had each golfer add a stroke. But it\u2019s been the same for all the teams and coaches. If ever there was an argument for playing golf in the fall, this spring is it.\u201d Fortunately for Majesky, he can be fairly confident of what he will get from three players: Seniors Kyle Jonas, Richie Williams and Pete Williams. Those three were part of Wilton\u2019s regular starting five last spring, along with the graduated Sam Marsh and Justin Shepard. \u201cThey all hit it out of sight and are consistent,\u201d said Majesky about the three seniors. \u201cGoing into the first match (today at Rolling Hills against Bassick, Harding and Bridgeport Central), I would not be surprised if any of the three had the lowest score.\u201d Pete Williams competed mostly as Wilton\u2019s fifth player in 2014, but Majesky says that won\u2019t be the case this season. \u201cI keep saying to him, \u201cwho are you? I don\u2019t recognize you from last year,\u201d said Majesky. \u201cPete Williams has really improved and I\u2019m expecting big things from him.\u201d After those three seniors, Majesky says there are nine players vying for the two other starting spots. The group includes senior Jake McCully; juniors Grey Livingstone, Jack Bayer, Nik Fazio, Bryan Perlee, and Mike Logiurato; sophomore Grayson Kennedy; and freshmen Matt Martin and Liam Ryan. \u201cSix guys will play varsity and six will play JV, but it is fluid between the two groups,\u201d said Majesky. \u201cI expect some players to move in and out of the varsity lineup.\u201d Notes: Wilton went 12-5-1 during the regular season last year. The Warriors finished eighth at the FCIAC championships and 16th at the Division I state championships. Wilton is\u00a0scheduled to play its first road match Wednesday\u00a0against Danbury at Richter Park. The Warriors will play all of their 18 regular-season matches in slightly more than a month (April 21 to May 27).