This past spring, Dansby helped Lubbock Christian School win the 4A district and state championships. She was the individual district champion and runner-up at the state championship. She has earned All-State honors three times and was an NHSGCA All-American last year. Rachael shot a career low round of 65 in 2007. A member of the National Honor Society, Rachael has tutored other students in chemistry, geometry and algebra. She was junior class vice-president in 2006-07 and president of 4-H. She is a talented musician and singer.
How she finds the time to golf, I'll never know. I flunked chemistry, geometry and algebra, and I still can't find enough time for golf ...
Other items of note:
- After two months closed due to waterlogging, the Masters Course at Houston's Bear Creek Golf World is open again.
- San Antonio's brand new Municipal Golf Association - which will gradually take over management of the city's munys, a process that will include shutting down Brackenridge Park Golf Course for a redesign - is finally up and running.
- In his Backspin blog for the Austin American-Statesmen, Kevin Robbins takes a look at the Golf World college golf preview issue, in which Texas colleges don't fare so well.
- Have you ever played a course, checked the scorecard for the No. 1 handicap hole, and thought to yourself, "No way is that the toughest hole"? The Houston Chronicle explains why the No. 1 handicap hole isn't necessarily supposed to be the toughest hole.
- A nearly $1 billion project is slated for Ingleside, near Live Oak Park and close to the soon-to-be-closed Naval Station Ingleside, that will include a golf course in addition to all the homes, plus a marina, town center and condos.