Middle School Golf
Middle School Golf Schedule
Congratulations to the GCA MS Boys golf team who competed in the Championships at Wild Laurel Golf Course yesterday and finished the season with a record-setting 26-0! This team swept each postseason tournament while taking home individual medalist awards in each match. Levi Smithey held the overall tournament low score and also set a new junior course record. Pictured, from left to right are Benton Huff, Houston Mountain, Campbell Johnson, Nathan Mayberry, and Levi Smithey.
Lydia Walker also represented the Lady Rams in the championship tournament and placed 6th out of 16 girls
Praise God, we are so proud of you!
We're excited to announce that the GCA Golf Program has obtained official sponsorship from TaylorMade Golf Co. and Cobra Puma Golf, Co. These sponsorships provide deep discounts for our teams on the purchase of state of the art clubs and equipment, as well as apparel. Thank you to both of these companies for their support of our GCA Golf Program and their investment in our GCA student athletes.
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The GCA Middle School Golf Team finished their season with a record setting year and became the first GCA MS Golf Team to advance to state. Despite rain and cold temperatures they placed third!
Golfer Jacob Rose shot a 3rd best in the field with a score of 80. Congratulations, RAMS!
MS Golf Team member, Jacob Rose.
Player Jacob Rose with coaches Brian Mountain and Sarah Grace Holland
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The boys and girls middle school golf teams are having a great post-season run.
The boys and girls district tournament was held at Beaver Brook Country Club on April 27.
The boys team came away as District Champions to advance as a team to the Region tournament. All three starters on the girls team also advanced as individuals to the Region tournament.
The Region tournament was held at Wild Laurel in Townsend on May 6. The boys team came away as Region runner-up and earned a trip to the state tournament!
The girls season came to an end at the region tournament. P. Turner was only a few strokes shy of qualifying for State. Congratulations girls on a great season!
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The GCA Middle School Boy’s and Girl’s Golf Teams have both had an incredibly successful season of growth and competition. Both teams will compete in the ETMSGA District Tournament on Tuesday, April 27 at Beaver Brook Golf and Country Club.
The girls team improved their individual scores by an average of 5 shots from the beginning of the season and their overall team score by 16 shots to enter post-season play. The boys team improved their individual scores by an average of 6 shots and their overall team score by 31.
"It's been amazing to see how much all of these kids have improved over such a short time," said Coach Mountain. "They are completely different golfers than when we started the season in February. The competition among this team for those starting spots has been fierce and they've really pushed each other to get better and better each time they step out on the course. But more than that it's been really cool to watch them become good friends and teammates. I'm really proud of each of them."
The Boy’s team finished the regular season with a record of 8-2 in match play and 13-2 against individual schools. Both teams will compete in the ETMSGA District Tournament on Tuesday, April 27 at Beaver Brook Golf and Country Club.
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The MS golf team continues play moving toward district tournament.
The boys middle school golf team had a big win over Clinton while the girls also captured a win by one stroke.
April 8: GCA Boys 158, Clinton 191
April 8: GCA Girls 102, Clinton 103
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The GCA Golf team enjoys a number of picturesque courses in the East Tennesse area during their regular season. For practices, the team uses the Fairways and Greens Golf Center, conveniently located in West Knoxville and an easy drive from GCA.
Fairways and Greens Golf Center
Dead Horse Golf Course
Egwani Farms Golf Course
Three Ridges Golf Course
Tennessee National Golf Club
Beaver Brook Country Club