By Jack H. Smith
Three Forks Voice 

Golfers battle wind at home invite


Three Forks senior Austin Allen watches his tee shot at last week's Headwaters Invite. Voice photo by Jack H. Smith

The Three Forks High School golf team wrapped up the regular season in windy conditions at the Headwaters Invitation.

Head Coach Aaron Harkins said what started as a picture-perfect day on their home course ended with hats flying off, hair blowing like crazy, and balls being to and fro in the air and on the greens.

"When the wind picked up, the conditions were less than ideal, to say the least, but we did have three girls shoot really good scores," said Harkins. "Lydia Kluin shot a 99, which was the first time she has ever broken 100, so that was really cool to see. Taylor Raffety and Halee...

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