Varsity golf continues to stay on the top half of the scorecard.

Last night the varsity golf team again took 3rd place in an OK White match. This was a home match that took place at Watermark Country Club. FHC fell one stroke short of tying with Forest Hills Northern and 14 behind Byron Center.

“Overall, [I am] pleased with how we played. Watermark is always a tough course. Skyler played great today, probably one of the best rounds I’ve seen her play,” Hall of Fame coach Paul TenEyck explained. “We’re about halfway through the season, and we’ve made many improvements. I think we know the areas we need to improve, so now it’s about getting out there and doing it.” Coach TenEyck is right. Everyone had many great moments, whether it was shots spread apart or all in one hole.

Everyone contributed, but junior Skyler Tierney was lights out, shooting a 38 and taking 2nd place individually. When asked how the round went, she commented, “It was a tough course, but it was our home course, so I had a good idea of what to expect. Everything was consistent today, which was a lot of fun because I could focus more on playing the course than trying to fix my swing and figure out what I’m doing wrong.” She said she knew what to expect, and it showed. She placed 2nd individually, only a few strokes behind first.

The girls will continue to bring the rain on Monday, September 19, at Coopersville. The match begins at noon.