All it took was one bad hole.
One bad hole and Mackenzie Peyton’s goal of shooting in the 70s for a top-10 finish in the KHSAA state golf tournament was dashed.
On the par-3 11th hole, Peyton shot a 9. But she regained her composure, and finished the round with an 81, which put her in 20th place.
Despite the bad hole, she finished eight spots and eight strokes better than last year, when she shot a two-day total of 168.