Grannis completes strong golf season as sophomore

REED CITY —  Another golf season has ended for Reed City’s Bryce Grannis and he’s looking forward to his next one.

The season ended at the district tournament in late May for Grannis and the Coyotes. He was among Reed City’s top golfers this season.

One of his best rounds was an 83 in a scramble at Falcon Head Golf Course, Big Rapids, at the Coyote Classic. His lowest was a 91 at an individual format at Tullymore.

Grannis is a sophomore. This was his second varsity golf season.

“I worked on my game and I stopped thinking about stuff,” he said, adding his irons have been the strongest part of his game. He wants to improve on his driving.

“I just have to work on it more and get it going straight,” Grannis said.

The Coyotes were hopeful of advancing to regionals. It’s a goal that escaped them, plus getting under a 380 team score. They were able to get below 400, a preseason goal for coach Katrina Wray.

But scores were down this season compared to last year, Grannis said. But he’s among the Coyote golfers who will have a busy summer on the course. He plays football as a lineman and that will mean even a busier summer.

“I like golf more, it’s more fun to play, to me,” he said.