In a day and age when technology has changed the game, some things remain the same.
“It is a classic, it’s a work of art," Kathryn Sartain, who says she likes things the old fashioned way.
At the Honda Classic, she continues to keep score on a traditional leaderboard.
“I have everyone in the field alphabetically arranged so you can find them,” said Sartain.
Written leader boards are the only place you can see all the players on the field. People from the other side bask in Sartain’s work. It’s a rarity nowadays when everything has gone digital.
“It’s gratifying to me to put out a nice product that people enjoy looking at," said Sartain.
Aside from being accurate, she's meticulous while making sure that every piece of poster paper is crisp and tight.
"The humidity has me a little bit but I may flatten these out or wait for the air to dry it out,” said Sartain.
Although not perfect, she has a method that works very well. Throughout the tournament she'll be at the Honda Classic keeping score for everyone to see.