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Golf season kicks off

Carrie Moore
Published: Thursday, April 3rd, 2014

After participating in the first meet of the season, the Custer High School girls golf team is off to a good start.
“I think they did just fine for their first meet. I was very pleased with how they played,” said coach Royed Hollick. “We’ve gone to the Custer course a couple times and played on holes one, three and nine. When we can’t get (to the course) we go above Carson’s. We’re thankful for that.”
Both Kassidy Adam and Marlee Schneider played in junior varsity in last Tuesday’s Hot Springs meet, where they saw competition against St. Thomas More, Red Cloud, Douglas and Hot Springs. 
In Schneider’s group, one of the competitors was injured, leaving the three girls to play all nine holes in good time. However, Adam was in a group with slower players, not allowing her to complete all nine holes.
“They were doing a circle 10, so that group didn’t get to play the entire course,” Hollick said. “The varsity team caught up to them and since they play the entire course, they played through them, which slowed them down even more. She just ran out of daylight.”

After participating in the first meet of the season, the Custer High School girls golf team is off to a good start.

“I think they did just fine for their first meet. I was very pleased with how they played,” said coach Royed Hollick. “We’ve gone to the Custer course a couple times and played on holes one, three and nine. When we can’t get (to the course) we go above Carson’s. We’re thankful for that.”

Both Kassidy Adam and Marlee Schneider played in junior varsity in last Tuesday’s Hot Springs meet, where they saw competition against St. Thomas More, Red Cloud, Douglas and Hot Springs. 

In Schneider’s group, one of the competitors was injured, leaving the three girls to play all nine holes in good time. However, Adam was in a group with slower players, not allowing her to complete all nine holes.

“They were doing a circle 10, so that group didn’t get to play the entire course,” Hollick said. “The varsity team caught up to them and since they play the entire course, they played through them, which slowed them down even more. She just ran out of daylight.”

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