After struggling to field a full team much of last season, Polk County opened its 2016 boys golf schedule on Tuesday with a full roster and high hopes
The continued progress that Polk County's golf team has been making paid off Wednesday as the Wolverines topped Landrum by six strokes in a nine-hole match at Links of Tryon
Polk County's boys golf team began to shake off the post-spring break rust on Tuesday, placing fifth in a Western Highlands Conference match at Mountain Air Golf Club.
Polk County's boys golf team continued its steady improvement Thursday, finishing fourth in a six-team tournament at Meadowbrook Golf Club
Polk County head golf coach Pat McCool wouldn't mind seeing a few more tournaments on the team's schedule this season. "It was a great season, very enjoyable," McCool said. "The season just started, and now it's over."
Enjoy a look at last weekend's Wolverine Invitational golf tournament, held at Bright's Creek and featuring some of the top high school golf teams...
For the second straight day, Polk County's boys golf team posted a six-shot win over Landrum, Thursday's victory coming at Tryon Country Club in a home match for the Wolverines
Polk County High School's girls golf team will begin practice next week in preparation for the upcoming season
Polk County continued its early-season golf schedule on Monday, battling Blue Ridge, S.C. in a nine-hole match at Links of Tryon
Polk County qualified three golfers for next week's 2A West Regional tournament thanks to their performance in Tuesday's final round of the Western Highlands Conference tourney at Mountain Air Country Club.
Polk County golfers battled high winds and cool temperatures Thursday to finish in a tie with Owen, 11 strokes behind Hendersonville, in a Western Highlands Conference match at Tryon Country Club
Polk County's boys golf team delivered Wednesday what head coach Pat McCool called its best performance of the year in a head-to-head match against Landrum at Bright's Creek