Nine local golfers and one Fort Collins-area team qualified for the Colorado high school girls state golf championships across Class 4A and 5A.
Regional tournaments were held this past week around the state, and the two-day state tournament for all classes runs Tuesday, May 30 to Wednesday, May 31.
Windsor led the way, with a team and individual title sweep in 4A Region 2. Fossil Ridge also qualified all four players individually for the 5A state championships.
Here’s a look at all of the Fort Collins-area state qualifiers, plus format and site info for the state tournament.
Fossil Ridge qualifies all four in 5A
Fossil Ridge finished third at the 5A Northern Regional at Flatirons Golf Course in Boulder and just barely missed qualifying for state as a team with a score of 253.
However, all four SaberCats qualified individually with their regional results:
Rocky Mountain golfer Ella Luttenbacher also qualified with a score of 98 and a 20th-place finish in the 5A Central Regional at Pine Creek Golf Course in Colorado Springs.
Windsor sweeps 4A regional
The Wizards won both the team and individual regional titles in 4A Region 2 at Legacy Ridge Golf Course in Westminster.
Windsor’s Macy Kleve was the individual medalist, shooting a 74 to win by three shots. The sophomore standout was a 4A first-teamer as a freshman last spring with a 10th-place finish at state.
Windsor also placed first as a team with a score of 259 to beat Riverdale Ridge by five shots and qualify as a team for the 4A state tournament.
Here are the other Wizards’ scores:
Colorado state golf format, site info
The state tournament will be a two-day event, with team and individual champions crowned in each class.
The format is stroke play. The top three scores per team each day will determine team scores, while the low 36-hole score will take the individual state title.
Here’s where each class will play:
This article originally appeared on Fort Collins Coloradoan: Colorado girls golf state championships: Windsor, Fossil Ridge lead local qualifiers