The team did managed to travel to Madisonville on Saturday, though, and do quite well. Unfortunately, the entire Trigg County team was represented solely by Tyler Mitchell.
Mitchell won the Hopkins County Central Invitational Golf Meet on Saturday August 25, continuing his amazing play this summer. The only difference this time is that Mitchell was playing for the Trigg County High School team, instead of merely representing his school as he has all summer while playing as a personal contestant in many high caliber tournaments.
Mitchell won by four strokes after shooting a 67 on the day, four better than Marshall County’s Patrick Meeks, who shot a 71. Cameron Brown of Marshall County placed third with a 74.
Marshall County won the team title easily.
When asked why Mitchell was the lone player for Trigg County, head golf coach Jim Garnett said, “Tyler is really the only one ready to compete in invitationals right now.
That is due to many strange circumstances faced by the Trigg County High School golf team.
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