Robson Copenhaver of Scottsboro used a final-round surge to lock up a strong finish in the Alabama Golf Association’s 103rd State Amateur Tournament.
The Scottsboro and North Sand Mountain varsity boys golf team posted top-five finishes in the Scottsboro Invitational Goose Pond Colony’s Lake Course on Wednesday.
Despite losing its fall season-opening match, the now two-year-old Northeast Alabama Community men’s golf team took some good news from its match with Georgiat Northwestern Technical College.
When Martin Methodist College head golf coach Tim King read an email from Andrew Holman, it told him a lot about Holman before he ever saw him play.
Entering what was expected to be a very competitive Class 5A North 4 Boys Sub-state Golf Tournament, Scottsboro knew it needed a strong performance to earn one of the two state-qualifying spots.
The Scottsboro varsity girls and boys golf teams swept Madison County Monday in nine-hole matches at the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail's Hampton Cove course in Huntsville.
The Scottsboro varsity girls golf team defeated Class 5A Section 4 rival Guntersville while the SHS boys fell during nine-hole matches at Goose Pond Colony’s Lake Course on Monday.
Goose Pond Colony golf operations manager Ashley Parrett said the Lake Course passed its first Alabama Golf Association State Championship test with flying colors.