Shiso Go’s dramatic up-and-down par on the 18th hole Sunday cemented ETSU’s first victory in the 21-year history of the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate.
One more solid round of golf is all that stands between the East Tennessee State golf team and its first victory ever in its home tournament, Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate at Blackthorn Club.
East Tennessee State grabbed the lead at the 21st annual Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate at Blackthorn Club on Friday, shattering the first-round scoring record along the way.
Union posted a team score of 303 — 23 strokes better than second-place Wilson Memorial — to win the first VHSL Class 2 golf championship in school history Tuesday at Lonesome Pine Country Club.
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Region 1C champion George Wythe shot a 310 at Lonesome Pine Country Club to win the VHSL Class 1 golf championship Monday.
Ryan Terry turned in a record-breaking performance Saturday to win the Tennessee Mid-Amateur at Black Creek Club. Volunteer coach Lucas Armstrong finished fourth.
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The pressure was on the Union golf team Monday at the Region 2D championships, and Evan Blanton did not pull any punches about it.
The Hogoheegee District dominated Monday afternoon’s Region 1D golf championships at Cedar Hills, though Rye Cove and Castlewood had individuals advance to the state tournament.
Dobyns-Bennett sophomore Isabella van der Biest captured the Tennessee Large Schools girls' individual state golf championship, and her Lady Indians finished third in the team standings after Wednesday's final round was rained out.
The Tri-Cities region made its presence felt Tuesday in the TSSAA Large Class Golf Championships at WillowBrook Golf Course.
After winning by just a single stroke against Hampton a year ago, University High’s boys golf team romped to a 25-stroke victory over the Bulldogs on Monday in the Small Schools District 1 tournament.
“It’s been a while. It was a good win for us. The kids played good. I’m proud of them. We’ve got five seniors, so it was a good win for them. A good way to go out in the district.”