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Girls prepare for conference meet

Carrie Moore
Published: Thursday, May 1st, 2014

Cassidy Adam prepares to hit a chip shot toward the green during the Belle Fourche invitational. Adam shot a 122 at the invitational.

 

It was another short week for the girls golf team. The short week was also the end to the regular season of golf.
The two-member team competed at the Spearfish Invitational on Thursday, April 24, where the short game has improved since the beginning of the season, according to coach Royed Hollick.
“Both girls have improved on putting. They both had three or four holes where the ball would come close to hitting the hole, but then it would catch the edge and go out,” he said. “They were upset, but we just need to keep working on that.”
At the invitational, Cassidy Adam shot a 132 while Marlee Schneider shot a 116. Hollick was pleased with both scores, especially since neither one of the girls had played at the course before.
“I talked to the Spearfish coach and he said this is one of the more difficult courses in the state. And neither (Marlee or Cassidy) have played it before,” he said. “It was hard to keep their attitudes up. Both hit their balls into the water on the same hole separate times. They didn’t know a lake was there since they were coming up a hill. So it was challenging.”

It was another short week for the girls golf team. The short week was also the end to the regular season of golf.

The two-member team competed at the Spearfish Invitational on Thursday, April 24, where the short game has improved since the beginning of the season, according to coach Royed Hollick.

“Both girls have improved on putting. They both had three or four holes where the ball would come close to hitting the hole, but then it would catch the edge and go out,” he said. “They were upset, but we just need to keep working on that.”

At the invitational, Cassidy Adam shot a 132 while Marlee Schneider shot a 116. Hollick was pleased with both scores, especially since neither one of the girls had played at the course before.

“I talked to the Spearfish coach and he said this is one of the more difficult courses in the state. And neither (Marlee or Cassidy) have played it before,” he said. “It was hard to keep their attitudes up. Both hit their balls into the water on the same hole separate times. They didn’t know a lake was there since they were coming up a hill. So it was challenging.”

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