|High School:||HIghland HS|
Competed in two tournaments and one dual with the Regals…fired her lowest round of the season, a 4-over-par 76, at the Cal State Invitational (Sept. 18-19)…had her best finish at the Cal State Invitational as she tied for 16th at 12-over-par (76-80-156)...she tied for 19th at the Al Jones Memorial (83-82-165)…had a stroke average of 81.4…inducted into the Scholar-Athlete Society for the third time.
Only upper classman on the roster in 2016-17…shot a season-best of 84 at SCIAC Championships at Los Serranos GC (Apr. 24-25)…averaged a score of 87.83 over 11 rounds of play…inducted into the CLU Scholar-Athlete Society for the second time.
Helped lead the Regals to a second place finish at the Hal Sutton Intercollegiate (Mar. 21-22) by shooting a total score of 159 and finishing in third place overall…also shot her season low of 76 at the same tournament…helped lead the Regals to a first place finish at the CMS Invitational (Oct. 3-4) by shooting a combined 162 and placing 10th overall…inducted into the CLU Scholar-Athlete Society.
Steadily improved throughout freshman campaign…finished tied for 19th overall at the SCIAC Championships (Apr. 28)…finished with a 54-hole total of 248 (83-81-84)…recorded a low round of 80 for the season at the Embry-Riddle Invitational (Mar. 10).
Highland High School
Graduated in 2014…four year letterwinner in golf for the Bulldogs…won the Golden League championship two straight years.
Full name: Courtney Martin…born March 1, 1996 in Palmdale, Calif.…parents are Michele and Dale Martin…has one sibling, Jordan…pet dog named Nala…chose CLU because she just fell in love with the school…major in educational studies with a minor in psychology...aspiring to become an elementary school teacher...most vast memory of CLU Athletics was a first place win against CMS in the fall of 2015.
Color: Light blue
Quote(s): “Even if you fall on your face you’re still moving