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Westside High School junior to head to state golf championships



Westside High School junior Janie Brown is going to represent her school and Augusta next week at the Georgia High School Association Golf State Championships.

Brown was a low medalist in the 4AA-Region Championship at the Hard Labor Creek Golf Course in Rutledge, Ga. on April 25, playing alongs...

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  1. Wow that pretty awesome. I remember playing Hard Labor Creek when I was in high school and yes it is tough, very hilly indeed! I also played Okefenokee Country Club when I was playing golf for South GA. Jr. College. Its another tough course. Tight fairways is what I remember about Okefenokee golf course.

  2. Best of luck to Janie from a Westside alum. My son Brady played in the same event at Hard Labor for the Davidson boys team. I can attest that “Hard” is most certainly the correct adjective to describe things as that was one of the most difficult courses when one combines the poor conditions with the tightness that I have ever seen.

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