Houston’s Biggest Girls Golfer of the Year: Remington Isaac, Montgomery

Remington Isaac was under pressure. She could feel it, and it reflected in her playing.

Isaac struggled to find his consistency on the golf course throughout his junior year in 2019-20. And then it all stopped with the coronavirus pandemic.

Just like that, his penultimate high school competitive season was over.

Isaac, a signatory from the state of Kansas, however, viewed the shutdown as a blessing in disguise.

She took the break to hone her skills and refine her mental approach to the sport. This allowed him to come back even stronger in senior and earned him seven wins in 10 tournaments.

Isaac led Montgomery to the District 20-5A and Region III-5A Tag Team Championships and won the individual titles in both tournaments. But she had not finished there.

Isaac and the Lady Bears rallied to finish second at the UIL State Tournament in Georgetown. Isaac finished tied for fourth place individually with an even score of 144 (70-74).

For her efforts, she is the All-Greater Houston Girls Golfer of the Year.

Q: The 2020 season has been cut short due to COVID-19. How could you cope with this?

A: “Last year I really struggled a lot. I wasn’t playing my best, and it could have been the stress of college recruiting, but I was really struggling. So having this free time almost helped me because I was able to concentrate really well without participating in tournaments. I came back with a lot of confidence.

Q: What have been the main factors that have contributed to your success as a senior?

A: “I have never had more confidence in myself than this year with golf. After winning my first tournament and the next, there was a bit of pressure, but I felt more and more confident.

Q: Throughout the spring playoffs – district, regional, state – what was it like to compete in this race?

A: “It was really fun. I think we all really enjoyed it. Everyone on the team other than me had never been to the regional or state so it was a lot of pressure for them. . It was pretty cool guiding them and telling them how things went and how to stay focused instead of being nervous. It was really fun seeing them all doing it for the first time, and everyone. played well.

Q: What did it mean to you to be this senior manager of the team?

A: “I felt pretty good because when I was in first year I had three seniors doing the same thing for me. I have had excellent examples of this. Just telling them about everything was fun, and I was glad I got to do it.

Q: You were all tied for third place after the first round of the State Tournament, but you fought for second. How would you describe this last round?

A: “It was crazy because we had to do the sit and wait kind of stuff. We weren’t in the final groups, so once you’re done and made that last putt, you know there’s nothing you can do. You just have to remember not to stress. We just climbed the rankings while we were sitting there.

Q: You are now heading to K-State. What excites you most about this next chapter?

A: “I feel like a lot of people get their scholarship and then they don’t have a lot of other goals set for college. But for me, I know I want to participate in college golf. I don’t just want to go there and play mediocre golf. I want to go there and do my best.



About Frank Torres

Check Also

Chelsea set to appoint Red Bull Salzburg’s Christoph Freund as sporting director – Paper Talk | Transfer Center News

All the headline stories and transfer rumors from Monday’s national papers… THE GUARDIAN Chelsea agree …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.