The girls golfer of the year in the Greater Neuse River Conference is Smithfield-Selma's Brittany Talton.
Here were your team standings for the 2011 Tri-Nine girls golf season, as well as tournament finish and all-conference team.
It's time again for my fall sports predictions, in which I try to make the safest pick possible after as much research as possible.
You may ask: why so much research, they're just opinions and predictions?
Ravenscroft has hired Doug Hodges, a PGA Professional, as the coach of its varsity girls golf team.
“Last year, we recognized the importance of offering our girls the opportunity to play golf at the high school level and we had a very successful inaugural year,” athletic director Ned Gonet said in a statement. “We have hired Doug to continue this building process. Our goal is to give every girl who enters the Ravenscroft community the opportunity to excel on the golf course.”
Hodges’ experience as a golf professional includes training golfers at the La Costa Resort and Spa in Carlsbad, Calif., and the Heritage Golf Club in Wake Forest. For the last 15 years, Hodges has researched and studied the mental aspects of the game and how to achieve optimal performance.
Athens Drive junior Sarah Bae won the N.C. Junior Girls' Golf Championship last week at the Pine Island Country Club in Charlotte.
The following boys and girls golfers were named to the Carolinas Golf Associaton's all-state teams.
Sarah Bae, a sophomore at Athens Drive High, is the girls 2010 N.C. Junior Player of the year by the Tarheel Youth Golf Association and the Carolinas Golf Association.
Here are the final team standings and individual marks from Tuesday's NCHSAA 4-A girls golf championships at Pinehurst No. 1. All local players are listed below.
Here are the Tri-Nine girls golf final team standings, conference championship results, and postseason awards.