When Durant senior Sydney Youngblood has a golf club in hand, she might be the most dominant girls golfer in Oklahoma state high school history.
Youngblood is not just the reigning state champ, but the three-time defending state gold medalist and Wednesday Sydney looks to become only the third golfer in state history, male or female, to bring home the gold all four years.
"It would be a tremendous honor, but right now I haven't even teed it up yet," Youngblood said. "I can't predict the future."
Being on the verge of making history adds quite a bit of pressure, something Sydney looks to avoid by sticking with her routine.
"It's something that can get the best of you, but I'm just going to stick to my process and give it up to God and see what happens," Youngblood said."
"She's going to give it all she's got," Assistant Golf Coach Aaron George said. "She hates losing and I know she's going to bring her A game."
Just how dominant has Sydney been? She won her previous three state tournaments by a combined 32 strokes, including last year's 17 stroke victory.
In seven individual tournaments this year, Sydney has won all seven bringing her high school total to 23.
"What I appreciate the most, is her example off the course and the things she shows and the things she stands for is way more than golf," George said.
Sydney will swing for number four none other than her home course Chickasaw Pointe, where she's played since she was 11-years-old.