Boys Varsity Golf · Boys Varsity Golf Finishes Fourth out of 29 at Parks Hutto Bengal Invitational

  Place Points
Bishop England High School 1st 596
Rock Hill High School 2nd 597
Trinity-Byrnes Collegiate School 2nd 597
AC Flora High School 4th 601
Hilton Head Christian Academy 5th 602
Gaffney High School 6th 614
Hilton Head Preparatory School 7th 615
Boiling Springs High School 7th 615
Fort Mill High School 9th 620
Myrtle Beach High School 10th 622
Riverside High School 11th 628
James Island Charter High School 12th 638
Hartsville High School 12th 638
James Byrnes High School 14th 642
South Aiken High School 15th 644
Blythewood High School 16th 649
Fox Creek High School 17th 650
Lancaster High School 18th 658
Wando High School 19th 667
Sumter High School 20th 669
Fort Dorchester High School 21st 671
Palmetto Christian Academy 22nd 678
Aiken High School 23rd 681
Cardinal Newman School 24th 684
Carolina Forest High School 24th 684
Dutch Fork High School 26th 702
Northwestern High School 27th 730
Buford High School 28th 743

The AC Flora Boys Varsity Golf Team ambled up to Columbia Country Club, conveniently located in Blythewood, South Carolina, for the annual Parks Hutto Blythewood Bengal Invitational Tournament. 29 teams from around the state played in the four players-four count tournament.

Parks Hutto was a young and talented golfer at Blythewood High School who lost his life to a heart virus at a very early age. To honor Parks, the AC Flora Falcon Golf Teams have embroidered “PH” on their hats, a fitting tribute.

The Falcons managed a respectable fourth place finish in the 36 hole contest.

Adam Hunt led The Birds with a score of 75+72=147, followed by Guy Buffum with a 70+78=148, and Luke Sullivan and Wilhelm Elliott carding 73+80=153 and 79+74=153, respectively, all excellent scores.

“Our guys were right there in the mix with a chance to win their second event of the year,” observed Legendary Falcon Head Coach Robert Dargan.

“It wasn’t our day, but we did a lot of things well! Sometimes you learn more when you come up a little short. Hopefully this will show our guys that they are one of the top teams in the state. Next time we are in the position to close it out we will be a little more efficient,” he added.

The Falcons are now 50-12 on the 2019 campaign.

This weekend, the Falcons travel westward to Atlanta, Georgia, for the SC-GA Cup Challenge, featuring the best eight teams in each state in a battle for a big trophy.

Planterra Ridge Country Club in Peachtree City will be hosting the 36 hole event.

Golf is so cool.