|Holyoke golfers keeping busy|
|Written by Holyoke Enterprise|
Holyoke High School girls’ golf team has been busy over the last week traveling to area tournaments getting some good experience.
Monday, March 26, the team traveled to Brush. Friday, March 30 they traveled to Burlington. They turned right around Saturday, March 31 to play in Yuma.
Coach Garrett Gordon said he was very pleased with the play of his girls Monday, March 26 in Brush.
It was the first tournament of the season. The team welcomed Wray to Holyoke Thursday, March 22 for an informal dual but were rained out midway through the round.
Gordon said the Brush tournament was the first time Alyssa Cordova and Alex McCallum played a full nine holes. He also said it was the first time for Caitlyn Kramer and Kelsey Kramer to play a full 18-hole tournament.
“I’m very proud of all the girls and after watching them at Brush, we have a much better idea of what we need to work on,” Gordon said. “The girls are very excited to get back out to practice.”
In Brush, Makayla Spitz led the team with a 114. Caitlyn Kramer shot a 124 and Kelsey Kramer had a 135.
Cordova had a nine-hole score of 65 while McCallum carded a 72.
In Burlington Friday, March 30, all six girls on the Holyoke squad played in the nine-hole junior varsity tournament and placed very well.
Spitz took first after a round of 54. Caitlyn Kramer and Cordova tied for third after carding 59s.
Kelsey Kramer and McCallum each shot a 68 while KrisAnna Ham finished with a 69.
Results from the Yuma tournament were not available as of press time Tuesday morning, April 3.
Holyoke Enterprise April 5, 2012