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Area's best two girls golfers are friends rather than rivals

Taylor Walters, left, and Kala Keltz, right, have every reason to be rivals. The senior golfers go to different schools and are constantly jockeying for position near the top of the leader board at high school tournaments. Walters and Keltz, however, are fast friends who root for each other on the course. The duo recently played a two-person scramble tournament together, finishing third. Starting Monday, Walters, who attends Rifle High School, and Keltz, who goes to Montrose, will be chasing a state golf title.



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Taylor Walters, left, and Kala Keltz, right, have every reason to be rivals. The senior golfers go to different schools and are constantly jockeying for position near the top of the leader board at high school tournaments. Walters and Keltz, however, are fast friends who root for each other on the course. The duo recently played a two-person scramble tournament together, finishing third. Starting Monday, Walters, who attends Rifle High School, and Keltz, who goes to Montrose, will be chasing a state golf title.

Taylor Walters didn’t hit the drive she wanted on hole No. 10 at Rifle Creek Golf Course, but a minute later she didn’t care. Kala Keltz stepped into the tee box and tattooed a…




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