Phillips Academy supports a spring term coed varsity golf team which plays matches against other schools on most Wednesdays and Saturdays during April and May. The primary purpose of the golf program is to have fun playing competitive golf even though April in New England usually means wet feet, frozen hands and lots of double bogeys. We play nine holes most every day, occasionally 18 on a Saturday. We keep 10 to 14 players to support a seven person traveling team, each of whose members shoots somewhere between 35 and 45 for nine holes. We expect that the top returning players together with the newcomers will again make us very competitive. Practice is at nearby public courses and our matches are played at a variety of public and private courses ranging from frozen tundra-snow to spacious Portsmouth, breath-taking oceanside Kittanset, demanding Crumpin Fox and handsome old Concord Country Club.
Gupta '20 and Yun '17 Earn First Varsity Points
Witt '17 and Choi '18 Impress at Top of Lineup
John Witt '18 Leads the Way for Big Blue
Perennial ISL power BBN too strong as Billy Stahely '16 is only Andover player to win a match.
Alexa Tsay '17 Birdies the last hole to tie.
Alexa Tsay '17, Pranav Tadikonda '16 and John Witt '18 win late matches to secure win.
Upper Alexa Tsay leads the squad with a 78
Dominating 12-0 victory at home over St. Mark's.
Co-captain Pranav Tadikonda '16 and Billy Stahley '16 Come Up Big on Last Hole
Co-captain Tadikonda shines with an even-par 36. Howard Johnson '17 wins first career match.
Newcomers Liu '16 and Stahley '16 earn victories; John Witt '18 makes three birdies in defeat.
Andover avenges loss from last year; scores 8-4 win at historic Kittansett Club in Marion, MA.
Co-Captain Tadikonda '16 shoots an impressive 1-under par 71 to lead the golf squad in the season opener.
Captain Tyler Tsay '15 holes a 35 foot putt on the last hole to earn his singles victory and the tie for the Big Blue.
Deerfield number one birdies last three holes to tie the Big Blue.
K. Addison Davenport '15 and Ellie Blum '15 earn key victories to propel Andover.