Providence Christian’s Calum Masters mastered the Robert Trent Jones Capitol Hill Golf Club’s Senator course Tuesday with a 7-under 65 as the Dothan school rolled to the Class 1A-2A boys’ state golf championship.
The Eagles, as a team, shot a new record-low 252 on Tuesday.
Masters was medalist with a two-day 136 total after firing a 1-under 71 Monday. Providence finished at 6-over 582 to edge defending champion St. Luke’s and Westbrook Christian, which tied for second, 11 strokes back at 593. His 65 Tuesday tied for second lowest round in AHSAA state tournament history with Matthew Swan of Trinity (2004) and Michael Ulmer of Fairhope (2007).
The all-time record was set by William Sellers of Montgomery Academy, who shot a 64 in the 2012 state tournament.
Westbrook’s Harrison Martin, Marion County’s Cody Maddox, and St. Luke’s duo Payton Massey and Spencer Arnold all tied for second in the individual competition at 142.