The Girls Golf season competitively started today at the Harrison Invitational at Coyote Crossing golf course. The girls played through the heat of the day and completed 18 holes together in a different tournament format. Typically the girls play other teams in threesomes or foursomes, but today we played together as a team in a group of 5. We then were able to choose the best 4 scores from each hole to add a total of 199 on the front 9 and 199 on the back 9 for a combining 18 hole score of 398. This was a nice format to have played in the first tournament of the season, I am able to watch each hole and help the girls, unlike the other format where I can watch half the amount of holes I did today because you are all over the course trying to watch the players as much as you can. This also gave the girls a day to bond and get to know each others playing style.
Leading the Berries were Senior, Caroline Boyd, shooting a 90. The berries have 1 additional senior, Ainsley Dalton who shot a 128 today. We are very fortunate to have growth in our program with having 10 incoming freshman this year. those freshman playing today were Myleigh Moon-119 and Reiss Weaver-104 followed by Junior Trista Russow-106. Our future is defiantly bright and I can’t wait to see what it becomes this season with the young talent this program has developed.