Delta golf coach Robert Griffin reported a great day for the Lady Panther in Glenwood Springs recently. Jaelee Hillman carded a hole-in-one at the tournament and Courtney Anderson led all golfers with her personal low round of 93.
To add to that, Delta had their best team finish in two seasons coming in just two strokes back overall.
Hillman started her back nine two under par after acing a 95-yard par three. It was Hillman's first hole-in-one and the first ever in the history of Delta High School during competition. Griffin, who was on the course observing the play of Hillman and Anderson, told Hillman her shot was going to be very close as the green could not be seen. Hillman asked her teammate (Anderson) to see if her ball was in the hole. Shortly afterwards the celebration began.
Anderson's round of 93 began with a 46 on the front nine and a 47 on the back.
"I feel the team is building momentum. The next two weeks are critical; it is a tough time of the year filled with distractions. If we keep our focus, I feel like we have a chance to represent Delta High School at the state competition on May 21 and 22," stated Griffin.blog comments powered by Disqus