Montague took a big step over the week by winning the Division 4 regional title with 354 strokes.
Orianna Bylsma led Montague with an 83, Gabriella Moreau followed with an 88, Mackenzie Goudreau shot a 91 and Claire Meacham shot a 92.
Montague is heading to state with the hopes of duplicating last season’s result. Other top contenders include Lansing Catholic and Jackson Lumen Christi.
Grand Haven shot 393 and finished third, two slots behind regional champ Rockford. Caydee Constant shot an 83, Samantha Campbell and Skyler Covelli both finished with a 101and Zoe Spoelman followed with a 108 for the Bucs.
Spring Lake returns to the state finals in its hope of returning back to glory. Spring Lake won three straight golf titles in 2014, 2015 and 2016.
Zoe Dull and Clara Saunders both shot a 91 for Spring Lake, while Kelsey Megley scored a 97 and Kayden Fritsche shot a 98.
Whitehall will also enter the Division 3 state finals as it edged out Spring Lake by four strokes with a 373. The Vikings finished second and Spring Lake was third.
Karli Vanduinen paced the Vikings with a 77, Ava Garcia shot a 94, Chloe Essebaggers tallied a 98, and Grace McDowell finished with a 104.
Ludington sophomore Emma McKinley shot an 86 and was the medalist in the Division 3 meet.
Grant sophomore Nadia Zerlaut also reached the state finals with an 88. She finished second to McKinley.