According to Delta golf coach Robert Griffin, March 27 was a good day for Jaelee Hillman who shot a career best 95 and is the first member of the 100 club this year (which means she is the first Lady golfer to break a 100).
"Hillman played steady all day and is on the verge of having a real breakthrough in her game," quited Griffin.
Courtney Anderson shot a 104 after hitting six greens in regulation but struggled with the putter.
Toni Ortiz is coming on and is in the middle of a tough swing change notes Griffin. The change could bring better consistency for Ortiz.
Sarah Russell has the best swing on the team says Griffin, but she had a rough day with some bad breaks. Griffin also believes the western slope league is going to be shocked by her play at the end of the season.
"I truly believe this team has a shot at a regional title. What we do from now until the 8th of May will determine if we reach our goal," added Griffin.
The Lady Panthers don't hit the links again until April 10 when they travel to Montrose to play Black Canyon beginning at 11 a.m. On the 11th, Delta is at The Bridges in Montrose beginning at 9 a.m.blog comments powered by Disqus