Boys' Golf

Boys' varsity golf at The Hill School has been played since the 1920s and a school champion has been crowned every year since 1933 – the first school champion was Jack Munger '34, who went on to play in the 1935 Masters Golf Tournament. The Hill boys' golf team plays a split-season schedule, with varsity and junior varsity teams competing in the fall and varsity only playing in the spring. The fall and spring varsity schedules each consist of 12-15 matches, with most opponents coming from the Mid-Atlantic Prep League, the Philadelphia Inter-Ac and Friends Leagues, and independent schools from Maryland and Connecticut.