When East Tennessee State golfer Jack Rhea was named an honorable mention All-America selection last week, he was following in his father’s footsteps.
When William Nottingham rejoins the Clemson golf team in the fall, he’ll have another highlight on his résumé: a fiery 58 at Ridgefields.
ETSU’s Jack Rhea had the lead in hand and the right frame of mind to win the 22nd annual Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate at Blackthorn Club on Sunday
Jack Rhea shot a 5-under 67 on the course where he grew up, helping ETSU stay within shouting distance of first-round leader Tennessee in the 22nd annual Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate.
Blackthorn Club at the Ridges is gearing up for its big college tournament, just as it has for the previous 21 years.
Most people retire to play golf and travel. Fred Warren has retired from golf and travel.
The native of Leicester, England, replaces longtime coach Fred Warren and becomes the third coach in the program’s 61-year history.
“The past 33 years as the head coach of the ETSU men’s golf program has produced so many wonderful memories, which I will cherish in the years ahead.”
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.