The Granbury Lady Pirates competed in the Abilene ISD Halloween Golf Tournament and finished second in Division II with a two-day total of 749. They opened with a 379 on the Maxwell Course, followed by a 370 on the Diamondback Course, the latter being the same course on which the 4A Region I Tournament will be held in the spring.
Class 5A Odessa Permian won the division.
“I am super excited at how well these young ladies competed,” said Lady Pirate coach Becky Addison.
Senior Chelsea Judge led the Lady Pirates with a 179 total (93-86).
“Chelsea has been working really hard on her game and it is definitely beginning to show,” said Addison. “She has struggled with her short game, but this weekend she got it working for her and really played well. I truly believe she will be breaking into the 70s come spring.”
In her second varsity tournament, sophomore Tifton Puckett shot 187 (95-92). Mollee-Jo Crain, a freshman in her first varsity competition, came in at 187 also (93-94).
Rounding out the team scoring was Juliana Eckley with back-to-back rounds of 98-98 for a 196 total.
Sophomore Madeline Phillips made her second appearance at the varsity level, shooting 203 (101-102).