Showing posts from October, 2020
Hi Gals, Have any of you played golf lately? Do you like playing fall golf?  I think it's really fun and the trees around here are so beautiful! The cold is a little annoying though. Definitely need some good warm clothes.  ~NH Golfer Gal

Letter to the NHIAA

Hi Gals, This is a letter that I and some other high school female golfers sent to the NHIAA regarding the issue of equality and recognition in high school golf. This issue stemmed aside from other situations when my team finished runners up this year in the D2 State Championship and the medals we received looked like this... us as high school girls playing golf (especially right now when there are more girls than there have been in a long time) we feel that it is important that we get the recognition and identification that we deserve because we do participate and help our teams. Here is the letter... Dear NHIAA Golf Committee, We are all girls who played on our high school’s golf teams, many of which were on varsity. We would like to address the issue that NHIAA high school golf is still considered a boys sport even though it is Co-Ed and girls are allowed to play on the team as well as represent our respective schools in State Championships.  Golf is a Co-Ed sport and we believe

High School Season

 Hi Gals, It has been a very interesting high school fall sports season. First of all, we are very lucky that New Hampshire and my school were able to get fall sports in.  In New Hampshire, fall sports were not able to start until September 8th. Our team had three days of tryouts beginning on the 9th, the first day I played pretty well I got off to a rough start but ended up shooting a decent 41 that could have been better. After the first round, I was chosen as one of the top eight to go play in the varsity match on the 10th. I shot a 40 with a few rough holes and ended up counting as the fifth score that day. Back to tryouts on Friday where I shot another 40 that still could have been better. I ended up making my varsity team! We had practices or matches almost every day for a while. I went through a bit of a slump in the middle of the season and didn't do as well as I should have or would have liked but our team was very solid and seeing the amount of depth that we had and will

Annika's Birthday!

 Hi Gals, I wanted to take a minute to wish my hero Annika Sorenstam a very Happy Birthday! She is such an incredible person and role model. I am so lucky to have had the opportunity to meet her and to watch her play, those are some of my all-time favorite memories! I hope she has an incredible day with her family! Happy Birthday Annika! Thank you for being such an inspiration :) ~NH Golfer Gal

The High School Girls State Championship and the US Kids Final!

 Hi Gals, This past weekend was a busy weekend for me and some of my friends and a great weekend for New Hampshire girls' golf! Saturday was the High School Girls Individual State Championship. It was such a fun event and so nice to see everyone! I didn't play as well as I would have liked but I had a fun time! Congratulations to Julianna Megan coming out with the win, well deserved! It was nice to see so many of my friends do well! In second place we had my friend June Doerr, third Rheya King, fourth Eva Gonzales, fifth Lindsay Butkus, sixth Kaylee Litner. Here is the full leaderboard for the Championship flight.  The Medal flight:  Sunday was the US Kids Local Tour in Maine's tour championship. It was so much fun to see everyone for the last time this year, looking forward to the spring!! Congratulations to all of the winners, it was a great season! It was so fun to have some more girls in the events this year! In my division this year it came down to the final event, Lin