Girls golf's state championships are scheduled for next Monday and Tuesday — and they could be met with some very poor weather.
Forecasts for the northern part of the state are calling for a very high chance of rain — a lot of rain — on Monday, and possibly into Tuesday. The 5A championship is at Harmony Club in Tinmath, and 4A is at Pelican Lakes Golf Club in Windsor.
There is also a chance of rain in Eagle, where 3A is set to be held at Eagle Ranch Golf Course.
As a result, the CHSAA office has communicated the following to participating schools:
You have probably looked at the weather and know that lots of rain is in the forecast with the temperature in the mid-50s. The CHSAA Golf weather delays and cancellation policy is that the completion of any combination 18 holes or more will determine a state champion. The event staff will constantly monitor the local weather through the Colorado Golf Association's weather service.
Should updates be necessary, they will be found on CHSAANow during the tournaments, as well as our social media accounts.