Golf – Boys

The Boy’s Golf team is highly competitive. Under the leadership of Coach Cox since 2016, the Varsity team has been undefeated league champions in the Ocean League. During this time both the team, as well as individual players, have represented Mira Costa in the CIF playoffs.

There are two levels: Varsity and Junior Varsity. Mira Costa’s home course is Chester Washington Golf Course.  Arrangements have been made with courses in the area for price reductions on range fees and for drastically reduced prices for small group lessons.

Boys’ Golf is a Spring sport and tryouts for new players begin in February. Boys’ Golf is offered for PE credit during Fall semester.

Boys’ Golf allows young golfers to develop their skills in a competitive environment while having fun. We are looking for players with competitive experience who are willing to make a commitment to golf.

Boys Golf is a Spring Sport.




Boys Golf will season kick-off

Mira Costa Boys Golf will kick off their season at the Ayala Spring Classic at Los Serranos Country Club on February 26th.  Both JV and Varsity will represent our Mustangs out on the links with fingers crossed for golf-friendly weather that day.  We are excited to welcome eight new players…
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The MCHS Boys and Girls golf programs would like to thank everyone who came out to support the teams at the annual FUNraiser golf tournament and silent auction on October 28th! 

We appreciate every volunteer, silent auction donor, player, coach, parent and community supporter who turned out to make it a fun and successful event.  Congratulations to our lady Mustangs on a successful fall season.  We all look forward to some exciting matches in the spring for our boys team.  Way…
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Congratulations to our seniors and season wrap up.

Best of luck and congratulations to our graduating seniors: Luca Heines, Max Hughes, Henry Lorenzen, James Moffett, Dash Rumble, Will Sampson and Brady Stephens.  The varsity squad finished second in the Bay League for the season with a record of 8-2.  The JV squad finished 8-3 for the season.  Josh…
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