|05/10/18 - |
OKLAHOMA CITY — Ada senior Hannah Price recorded a two-day score of 84-93—177 and finished 20th at the Class 4A State Tournament, held last week at the Lake Hefner South Golf Course.
Price really had things going her way on Day 1 and carded a career-low score of 84. But after a two-hour rain delay to start the second round, Price couldn’t retain the same steady pace she opened with.
Her first-day score had her in 11th place overall, despite playing with wind gusts of around 25-30 miles per hour.
“I’m so proud of how Hannah played on day one. Because she’s not the longest hitter on the course, she made adjustments to improve her scores,” said Ada head coach Ron Anderson. “The winds didn’t seem to bother her with accuracy and putting on the green.”
Anderson said the wet course slowed Price down on the second day of competition.
“With the dry and windy conditions on day one, she played a punch-and-run approach,” he explained. “However, on day two, the soggy conditions didn’t play in her favor. It’s hard to punch and run with puddles of water all over the course.”