Alyaa Abdulghany seemed overwhelmed and at a loss for words as she talked about her day at Pebble Beach.
Eventually the Corona del Mar junior settled on one word to describer her emotions: humbled.
At the beginning of the girls golf season, qualify... Full story
JURUPA VALLEY – The drought came to an end Thursday though there wasn’t a cloud in sight on a sun-drenched day at Goose Creek Golf Club.
Two Corona del Mar players earned a place in the CIF State Championship, and before Thursday, the Se... Full story
CHINO HILLS – At the time, it looked like an impossibly long putt, 50 feet of uphill uncertainty between her and the hole on the 17th green at Western Hills Country Club.
It turned out to be the shot that gave Corona del Mar’s Alyaa Abdu... Full story
LAKEWOOD - Corona del Mar coach Mike Starkweather shook his clenched fists and let out a frustrated growl as he looked at the leaderboard in the clubhouse at Lakewood Country Club on Monday.
“One stroke,” he said. “Just one lousy s... Full story
ANAHEIM In the two decades that Mike Starkweather has been coaching girls golf at Corona del Mar, he hasn’t seen anything like this, two of his players tied for second at the end of a CIF tournament.
“I have never had two girls this good... Full story
Corona del Mar’s Alyaa Abdulghany has her sights on a bigger prize, so winning the Pacific Coast League girls golf championship for the second season in a row Thursday hardly drew a response.
For three years she has been a member of the varsit... Full story
TUSTIN – Motivation can come from many different places.
The Beckman girls golf team found their inspiration in four strokes in a CIF tournament that happened almost one year ago. That’s how much stood between the Patriots and making the... Full story
The third-place girls golf team in the Pacific Coast League standings might be the best team heading into the final days of the regular season.
On Thursday at Strawberry Farms Golf Club, four University players posted scores in the 30s to help the t... Full story
CHINO - Two matches are left in the regular season, and the Santa Margarita girls golf team remains undefeated after beating Trinity League rival Rosary, 193-209, on Tuesday.
Posting a perfect record, Santa Margarita sophomore Riley Edwards said, is... Full story