was watching the Hardin-Simmons University Golf Team last weekend during a
tournament in Tyler.
Taylor Paul, one
of the first HSU students to play organized golf at HSU, came to watch
as current HSU
golfers Logan Fox, freshman accounting major from Harker Heights, placed eighth
and Kara Doege, senior communications sciences and disorders major from
Monahans, tied for 19th.
“I was very
proud of the team. My favorite part was just getting to spend time with them,”
said Paul who watched the action from Sunday through Tuesday.
Paul played on
the first HSU golf team in 1947, helping to lead them to their first Border
Conference Tournament in the spring of 1948 at the University of Arizona.
“We all loaded
up in my car and just drove there,” said Paul. “We had 12 balls between us to
HSU Golf Coach
Bart Craig invited Paul to attend the Al Jones Memorial Golf Tournament held at
the Cascades Golf Club.
“It was my
pleasure to invite one of the oldest members of our golf team to watch our
players,” said Craig.
As for Paul, he
wishes the team well and remains a Cowboy through and through.
“I really do
love Hardin-Simmons, it has been such an inspiration to me,” said Paul.
For more information on the Hardin-Simmons Golf team visit www.hsutx.edu