High school, college golfers gain knowledge at RMO

Joey Saad watches in frustration Friday as his putt on the fourth hole at Tiara Rado Golf Course comes up short during the first round of the Enstrom Rocky Mountain Open. Saad is one of several local high school or college players competing in the tournament to see how they measure up to the state and regional pros.



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Joey Saad watches in frustration Friday as his putt on the fourth hole at Tiara Rado Golf Course comes up short during the first round of the Enstrom Rocky Mountain Open. Saad is one of several local high school or college players competing in the tournament to see how they measure up to the state and regional pros.

After Friday’s opening round at the Enstrom Rocky Mountain Open, Fruita Monument High School senior Joey Saad had one goal on his mind — a nap. Saad competed in high school events…




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