Ahead of the UIL boys state golf tournament, here’s what to know

The 2022 UIL boys state golf tournament takes place over two rounds Monday and Tuesday at courses around the Austin area. Here are five things to know as the teams and players make off.

1. Westlake remains the standard in Central Texas

Heck, the Chaps are probably now the standard for boys golf in the state, even though Highland Park in Class 5A could be quibble. Westlake has won four consecutive state Championships under head Coach and Eanes Athletic director Callan Nokes, and the Chaps are expected to win a 12th overall title and the eighth under Nokes. All five of Westlake’s players have experience at state: Jacob Sosa, Sean-Karl Dobson and Zach Kingsland were all part of last year’s Championship team while Grant Feldman and Grant Yerger helped Westlake’s “B” team finish fifth a year ago.

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