The Trojan Golf program hosted its first co-ed Championship this Monday at Oak Mountain. The inaugural President's Day Shootout is the only tournament of its kind in the State this season, pitting top Boys and Girls programs against one another to test who has the strongest overall group.
The Carrollton High School boys' golf team is in fourth place in the AAAAA team standings with a 307 on Day 1 at Planterra Ridge Country Club in Peachtree City, trailing defending state champion and state host Starr's Mill (296), McIntosh (302) and Ola (303) in the 12-team field.
A vision four years in the making came into fruition for Kurt Hitzeman.
The Carrollton High School boys' head golf coach has seen the Trojan Invitational evolve to become a signature event not just across the state, but the entire Southeast and this past weekend certainly lived up to that billing.
The Carrollton High School boys' golf team co-hosted the first-ever OCTAGON with St. Pius X over the weekend at Mirror Lake Golf Club in Villa Rica, which featured some of the premier programs in Georgia and Alabama.