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(Last Updated 3/16/2018 @ 3:00)

NOTE: All parents should have received an email from me concerning Monday and Tuesday.  If you have not received an email, please let me know.



Monday, March 19



Tuesday, March 20


Boys wear white on khaki, and girls wear red on black.

Arrive at the Country Club at 3:00.


Wednesday, March 21

Practice in facility. 

Girls 3-4

Boys 4-5



Thursday, March 22

Match with CCS at Moccasin Bend 



 Friday, March 23

Practice 3:00 - 5:00.  More info coming...



REQUIRED: All students trying out this year must complete the online student information form

REQUIRED: Must enter required information into Privit.


  1. Click on the link to go to Privit.
  2. Create a profile/account.
  3. Add yourself to high school golf.
  4. You are eligible when the status is "cleared." 
  5. Note: You will only have to upload one file - The Physical Form.  Go to the forms section of the school site and download the "TSSAA Physical Form." Take it with you when you go to have your physical.  Once completed, upload it to Privit, or take it to the main office, and leave it for Amanda Yother (school trainer).


ATTIRE: Players must wear polos (shirts with a collar) and slacks (no jeans), skirts, skorts, or shorts.

Practice Rules:

  • All players must wear a collared shirt and slacks, shorts, skirts, or skorts.  
  • Practice begins at 3:00 and when the coach arrives.  
  • Players should not begin (e.g., hit balls) until the coach arrives - no exceptions.






Your child can benefit greatly by playing in summer tournaments.  Below are four good option for middle and high school players:


1. CDGA (Chattanooga District Golf Association)
Six events; Local courses; Single-day, 18-hole events; $20.00 each
2. Sneds Tour (Partnership with the Snedeker Foundation) 
Multiple events; Courses throughout southeast; Single-day, 9-hole and 18-hole events
3. HGJT (Hurricane Junior Golf Tour) 
17 events; Courses around the eastern part of the US; Two-day, 36-hole events
4. AJGA (American Junior Golf Association) 
Multiple events; Courses around the country; Various formats 
By playing summer tournaments, players will meet and become friends with other players they are likely to see throughout their high school golfing career and beyond.  It is also a great way to prepare for  high school tournaments in which we participate each year.
The CDGA tour is a good option for most high school players; I highly recommend it as a minimum.  Note that you can pick and choose which events to enter, and you do not have to enter all of them.
For more information, contact Haven Burns.