Trent Phillips is pretty difficult to beat, but it is almost impossible to top the future Georgia golfer on his home course.
Phillips won the Spartanburg County High School individual championship at Woodfin Ridge. Phillips shot a 7-under par 65.
The Bulldog team shot a 283 total to finish four shots in front of last year’s champions from Gaffney. The Indians shot a 1-under par 287 total to reverse last year’s finish.
The Bulldogs recently won a pair of tournaments against outstanding competition in Aiken and in Myrtle Beach. In both tournaments Phillips won the individual honors and his teammate Harrison Corbin was the runner-up.
The future University of South Carolina golfer shot a 3-under par 69 to be the runner-up in the county championship.
The Bulldogs also placed Zach Phillips and 7th grader Andrew Gregory also earned All-County honors in the tournament.
After Boiling Springs and Gaffney, Spartanburg and Chapman tied for third place at 308. Woodruff shot a 309 total to finish fourth.
The All County team was led by Phillips and Corbin. Also making the team was Jacob Bridgeman (70) Chapman, Ryker Ward (70) Gaffney, Seth Taylor (71) Gaffney, Zack Gordon (72) Gaffney, Cole Hair (74) Boiling Springs, Andrew Gregory (74) Boiling Springs, Barrett Josey (74) Byrnes, Cody Transou (74) Gaffney, Parker Fain (74) SCA, Daniel Brasington (74) Woodruff.Recently,
Team Scores: Boiling Springs 283, Gaffney 287, Chapman 308, Spartanburg 308, Woodruff 309, Chesnee 315, Dorman 317, Byrnes 318, SCA 318, Boiling Springs (b) 324, Dorman (b) 330, Oakbrook 340, Spartanburg Day 235, Landrum 362, Broome 367.
Recently, Trent Phillips set a new course record at Woodfin Ridge by carding an 11-under par round of 61 to set a new course record. The old record of 63 was held by Daniel Stanley.