Cowboy golf plays in Carbondale

MEEKER I The Meeker Cowboy Golf team had a weather related break but was able to hit the links Monday for a wonderful day of golf at River Valley Ranch (RVR); their first individual tournament this year. 

“I love taking my golf girls to this course as I have very fond memories there,” began head coach Amanda Back, “it was my home course growing up and the course was in wonderful shape”. 

Steve VanDyke is the head pro and director of golf and husband of Jennifer VanDyke (Cook), daughter of Jim and Debbie Cook of Meeker.

“Steve and his team have done a wonderful job bringing back RVR to what I remember RVR to be”, commented Back, “a well manicured, challenging fun golf course. 

RVR has a lot of bunkers, “and the girls excelled,” said Back. “To say I am proud is an understatement.” 

Vivian Brown shot 113 which is 32 strokes better than last year, Wagner Brown shot 123 a couple strokes better than the prior year, Hailey Knowles shot 137, Haley Blaisdell shot 148 and Averee Woodward shot a 175

“The girls did awesome, and for their very first individual stroke play tournament in there lives they did amazing,” commented Back. 

Tuesday Hailey Knowles played a solo round at Rifle Creek.

“Hailey did great Tuesday, the back nine in Rifle is tough”, concluded Back. “This is her second tournament and it is wonderful the experience she is getting.”

The Cowboys next tournament will be at Eagle Ranch on Monday.

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