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Brittynn O’Dell, 12, watches her approach shot Monday on No. 18 at Bookcliff Country Club in the first round of The Daily Sentinel Colorado Golf Association Western Chapter Championship. The tournament wraps up today at Tiara Rado Golf Course.

Short-game blues

Leaders bemoan rough day putting

Poor putting was a consistent theme on day one of The Daily Sentinel Colorado Golf Association Western Chapter Junior Championship at Bookcliff Country Club.
Troy Dangler leads the boys 16-18 division with a 73, Kiseyla Lewe leads the girls division with a 77 and Morgan Sahm trails her by one stroke.
Although all three are in good shape going into today’s final round at Tiara Rado Golf Course, none were pleased with their performance.
Dangler described his round as “mediocre,” Sahm said she was “not too happy,” and Lewe said with a frown, “It was a rough day.”


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