By Nathan Bourne
Pathfinder 

Mauldin to represent Seeley-Swan at State Golf

 

Nathan Bourne, Pathfinder

Freshman Tegan Mauldin studies a putt during a practice game with Head Coach Wayne Cahoon as she prepares to compete at the State Golf Tournament next week.

"I could tell when she first started that she would be good," said Seeley-Swan Head Golf Coach Wayne Cahoon with a smile.

Cahoon was talking about one of the four rookies that made up this year's high school golf team. Freshman golfer Tegan Mauldin started the season shooting a 142 at Hamilton. She needed to work that down to 120 to qualify for state.

Golf wasn't Mauldin's first choice but a basketball injury kept her from going out for track. So, for the first time in her life, she picked up a golf club. Maudlin laughed that her lack of experience helped her out in the long run. Cahoon agr...



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