Pete Fritts ’83: Girls Golf Coach of the Year

We sat down with coach Pete Fritts ’83 about being selected as the 2018 Girls Golf Coach of the Year in the State of Georgia by the National Federation of State High School Associations, winning a state title last year, and his history at Woodward.

Boys Golf 2019

Woodward Academy boys golf team performed their best when they needed it most this season.  The War Eagles started the season shooting a team score of 320, with their sights on working their way down to 300. In the GHSA AAAA State Championships at the Columbus Country Club, the War Eagles did just that, shooting…

Girls Golf 2019

The girls golf team repeated as both Area 3-AAAA and AAAA state champions this year. Along the way they defeated state champions in all other classifications during the year. This is the seventh state title for the girls program. They won every event they entered this year, except for the Red Terror Ryder Cup where…

Girls Golf 2018

Woodward Academy’s girls golf team finished the 2018 season as the GHSA AAAA State Champions. The Lady War Eagles captured the state title at the Innsbruck Resort and Golf Club in Helen, GA.  The team held a 10-shot lead over 2nd place Central-Carroll after day one of the championship.  Inclement weather hampered day two of…

Boys Golf 2018

The Woodward Academy boys golf team finished the 2017-18 season with a 4th place finish at the rain-shortened AAAA State Championships in Dahlonega, GA. Connor Asarch led the War Eagles with a 2-under par 70. On April 25, in a dual match against Westminster, the War Eagles set a new school record 4-score total of…

Boys Golf 2017

The Woodward Academy boys golf team finished the 2017 season 3rd overall at the AAAA State Championships. The War Eagles finished day one of the scheduled two-day tournament just one shot out of 2nd place, and looked poised to make a run, but rain forced the cancellation of day two. Junior Mitchell Kahlert led the…

Girls Golf 2017

The Woodward girls golf team finished another outstanding year as this year’s AAAA State Runner-Up. The Lady War Eagles finished day one of the state championships just three strokes off the lead and in prime position to make a move on day two.  Unfortunately, heavy rains forced the cancellation of day two and made day…