"Individually it went good for me especially it being my first year of golf," Fields said, "As for the team; I think we did pretty well in spite of having a limited number of players."
"There aren't a large number of students who wanted to play golf. Golf isn't a sport that's really popular at our school," Fields said, "I didn't realize how much of a mental sport it actually is. You really have to focus."
Although the girls knew that it was a mental sport they came to realize that if one thing was off, they could throw off their whole game. Even if it was as small as their grip being wrong, their score could be thrown off. Fields was able to improve until the end of the season.
"When we played at Auburn Hills, I've always had trouble hitting my driver, but when we played the ninth hole; my drive went really far and high. It was a good drive until it went into the pond. I didn't mind too much, because the girls I was playing with hit their ball in the water too; so we all had to drop together," Fields said.
Fields saw the improvement individually even though the team wasn't a high ranking team. They were all able to work to improve. Fields saw senior Katlin Macias as the most improved player because she lowered her score from the beginning to the end.
"Katlin (improved the most) because she struggled at first, but as the season went on she got better and better," Fields said.
Senior Haley Bauer was one of the most experienced golfers, but had to finish the season on the sidelines due to an injury.
Fields ended regionals with one of her lowest scores. Baylee Wisley, senior, also participated in regionals and lowered her score from the week before at the city meet.