GRANBURY — The Lady Indian golf team began its fall season with a strong showing at Harbor Lakes Golf Club in Granbury over the weekend. The Granbury Lady Pirates hosted the two-day tournament.
Harbor Lakes Golf Club was designed by Richard M. Phelps and constructed in 2003. The course measures 6,927 yards from its longest tees (gold) and 5,148 yards from the shortest (blue). The slope rating varies from 110 to 130 with a par of 72.
The Lady Indians recorded a 764-team total over the two days, which included carding a 380 on day one and 384 on day two.
Baylie Paris carded a team-low 181-total and 88 (+16) on day two of the tournament. Kate Hendrix fired a 91 on day one before a 97 on day two (188), and Marisabel Garza scored a 191 (97-94).
Kayli Nash bounced back from her day-one 110 for a 105 in day two (216), while Ana Herrin added a 221 (99-122) and Olivia Tolliver rounded out the team with a 217 (114-103).
The Lady Indians return to action Oct. 6-7 in Cleburne. There is a junior varsity girls' tournament Oct. 3 in Waxahachie.