Miners boys golf wins at home with lowest score in at least the last 20 years

PARK CITY, Utah — On Thursday, after school, the Park City High School’s Boys Varsity Golf Team hosted six other schools at a tournament at the Park City Municipal Golf Course winning with sophomore Rawson Hardy’s five under, a lower score than has been recorded in the last twenty years since stats have been recorded.

Miners golf. Photo: George Murphy

Eight-person teams’ score RESULTS: 

  1. Park City 288
  2. Stansbury 315
  3. Murray 322
  4. Cottowood 326
  5. Jordan 330
  6. Tooele 334
  7. Hillcrest 341
Miners golf. Photo: George Murphy

The Park City Miners’ leader board consisted of the following athletes and their score cards:

  • Rawson Hardy 66
  • Ty Brady 72
  • Forest Summers 75
  • Cooper Kozlowsky 75
  • Chase Coulson 78
  •  Sam Hunt 79
  • Lucas Sweeney 81
  • Robby Harman 85

“Park City played their home course the best they have in years,” coach Charlie George Murphy told TownLift. “Sophomore Rawson finished at -5 (66), which is the lowest score in PC boys golf history, at least recorded over the past 20 years. Rawson hit his drive over 300 on 18, followed by a striped 6 iron on the green and made his eagle putt. Also, Freshman Linus Einum holed out from the fairway on hole 12 for an eagle.”

Miners golf. Photo: George Murphy

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