Lakeview junior Ashley Reed competed in the Oregon State Golf Championship on Monday, May 13, and Tuesday, May 14. While originally nervous about this new trek into competition unknown, Reed held her own at the competition, shooting a 107 on day one and a 114 on day two. Her scores were good enough for 54th in the competition out of a possible 84.
Coach and father Keith Reed was more than happy with the way she competed at the state level, noting that she did well for not ever having played the course.
In golf, knowing the green is half the battle. Reed went into the tournament without ever having played at Eagle Crest golf course, but did her best and came away with a more than respectable score.
In addition to battling the green, she also had to battle nerves. Playing at the state level can be intimidating, but Reed handled herself with great aplomb, representing the Town of Lakeview well.
“She played pretty darn good golf,” said coach Reed.