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Teeing off with an eye towards state

Courtesy of @Redhawksgolf
The girls’ golf team competed in the Jesuit DIT on Monday at Brookhaven Country Club. Early in their spring season the Redhawks placed fourth.

The Redhawks girls’ golf team continues its success as they head to the Brookhaven Country Club Monday for the Jesuit DIT, likely taking on teams from Ursuline, Southlake, and Highland Park.

“We are working on individual things [so] we’re playing the tournament but we want to focus on one little portion,” head coach Shannon Glidwell said. “Last tournament was a big emphasis on putting and Brookhaven we’re going to have an emphasis on putting and recovery play, making sure we’re sharp in those areas. Brookhaven is a very small course for the girls so the greens are very small and narrow, so it’s going to be a good judge of how well they are doing overall. I think the girls should at least be in the top five.”

Junior Britney Zhang is optimistic that this tournament will help the girls’ team prepare for the road to state.

“I think we have a good chance at making state this year,” Zhang said. “If we practice and prepare, working hard at tournaments like these, we’ll make it.”

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