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Golf team’s positive attitudes continue

Carrie Moore
Published: Thursday, May 9th, 2013

After weeks of rescheduled and canceled matches, the Custer golf team was finally able to get outside and play a few rounds. 
The Wildcats traveled to Belle Fourche on Tuesday, April 30, in a pre-conference and pre-region meet. The girls played 18 holes, making it the first time the three played at the varsity level.
“This was the first time Cassidy Adam played golf and the first time the other two played at the varsity level,” said coach Royed Hollick. “The weather was miserable and they weren’t used to walking so much on the course so they were tired by the end of the day. But for the first time playing at the varsity level they played pretty well. I was happy for them.”
On Thursday, May 2, the girls golfed nine holes at the JV level at the Black Hills Conference meet in Belle Fourche. Adam had a 68 while Leah Zacher was 62 and Elizabeth Watland was 63. 
Hollick said the girls were happier with their playing on Thursday while he has been happy with their progress over the season.

After weeks of rescheduled and canceled matches, the Custer golf team was finally able to get outside and play a few rounds. 

The Wildcats traveled to Belle Fourche on Tuesday, April 30, in a pre-conference and pre-region meet. The girls played 18 holes, making it the first time the three played at the varsity level.

“This was the first time Cassidy Adam played golf and the first time the other two played at the varsity level,” said coach Royed Hollick. “The weather was miserable and they weren’t used to walking so much on the course so they were tired by the end of the day. But for the first time playing at the varsity level they played pretty well. I was happy for them.”

On Thursday, May 2, the girls golfed nine holes at the JV level at the Black Hills Conference meet in Belle Fourche. Adam had a 68 while Leah Zacher was 62 and Elizabeth Watland was 63. 

Hollick said the girls were happier with their playing on Thursday while he has been happy with their progress over the season.

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