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Golf - Boys

Team 2022-2023

Boys Golf Coaching Staff
Head Coach: Assistant Coaches:

Tyson Peters

Jay Deguchi (volunteer)
  Connor Coombs ( JV Coach)

Updated 4/1/2023

2022 Boys Golf State Champion Team

Boys Golf  Try Outs 2022-2023 : August 25th, 26th

Details on tryouts are listed below.

July 25th ALL sports Registration Opens.

August 17th Fall Registration packets are due to be cleared for the 1st day, which is August 22nd. 

ALL students wanting to participate in a Fall Sport must turn in a sports packet to be eligible to participate on the first day.

*Note for incoming 9th graders, your sports physicals on file at the Middle School do not transfer to the athletic office. You will need to supply a current physical with your sport packet*

This year, for 2022-2023, you will use your Skyward Family Access to login and password, OR use the students' ID number(minus the leading zero) and last name as username and password. Use the link below to start the online registration process:

Online Registration

You will be required to submit the following forms to the Athletic Office: 2022-2023 Athletic Packet

1.   Athletic Health Form, which includes the Physical Exam, signed by a physician( a current physical is required and may already be on file with the athletic office)

2.   Signature Page

3.   Emergency Medical Authorization From

* Refund Notice (please refer to Athletic Eligibility Handbook): If the Athletic Office is notified no later than the second full week of practice, a refund will be given in full. There will be no refunds issued after this date.**

Fall Sports Parent Meeting: August 29th ,6:00pm-8:00pm meet in the PAC then break out into individual sports.

2022 -2023 Try-out Information: 

Try-outs will be held August 25th-August 26th.  Thursday, August 25th at Druids Glen; August 26th  at Twin Rivers Golf Course (playing 18 holes each day).  All golfers interested in playing on the MIHS golf team must attend try-outs (unless participating in another junior golf tournament and an agreement with the coach has been arranged in advance).  Participants must arrange their own transportation and cover junior green fee expenses.  A third day of try-outs at Twin Rivers for some players may be necessary dependent on 36-hole scores; TBD by coaching staff.    For try-outs, all players must wear appropriate golf attire (golf shirt/cotton shorts/golf shoes/etc.), be on their best behavior, and practice good golf etiquette; failure to do so will result in immediate dismissal from try-outs. 

2022-2023 Times :

August 25th: Druids Glen- Tee Tmes start at 11:00am (18 holes); cost: $25.00 each

August 26th: Twin Rivers Golf Course- Tee Times at 11:00am( 18 holes) : cost $20.00 each * Final cuts to be made*

1st Cut will be made after the first two dates, based on combined 36 hole stroke-play totals and coach observations. Emails will be sent to each individual on the evening of August 26th. Individuals not making the cut will also be notified and invited to try out again next year. 

 - Competitors will be cut to 16-17 players ( 10 varsity and 6-7 JV Team maximum)

 - Emails will be sent to each individual on the night of August 26th congratulating the 2022 MIHS Golf Team members. Individuals not making the cut will also be notified and invited to try-out again next year.

 - There will be team practice will begin August 29th- Sept 1st. NO Practice on Labor Day

Golf Camp this year 2022-2023 will be Sept 9th- Sept 11th at Suncadia. 

Description of Program

The MIHS Boys Golf team has become a perennial powerhouse in Kingco with multiple titles achieved in the last decade.  Led by Head Coach Tyson Peters and Assistant Coach,Connor Combs. Jay will be returning as a volunteer coach. The MIHS Boys Golf program helps competitive golfers improve their game by being more efficient in course management and strategy, shot and club selection, working with problem shots, and gaining more knowledge about the rules and etiquette necessary to play golf as it should be played.  Through daily driving range use, on-course playing lessons, and weekly matches, the MIHS Golf program does not teach athletes how to play the game of golf, rather we focus on how to be successful at the competitive level, while also placing emphasis on sportsmanship and etiquette. 

If you are interested in being a part of our winning MIHS golf tradition, please contact Coach Peters or stay tuned for try-out information, available in spring/summer.

Golf Camp 2022: Sept 9th- Sept 11th , Suncadia

Program Philosophy and Perspective -- the foundation for all of our work:

It is our intention at Mercer Island High School to provide a complete athletic program. The Mercer Island program does not focus purely on wins and losses, but recognizes the importance of high school athletics in the development of self-esteem and worth in today’s students. Our coaching staff will work each off-season to create more opportunities for all athletes who join this golf program to develop as people, students, and athletes.We want these young men to grow into responsible adults, who understand how hard work and dedication to themselves and others can translate into success in all aspects of their lives.We will remain consistent over time in our expectations, which allows for all involved to understand their role within the program enabling growth each season.

As a coaching staff we will work this season to accomplish the following:

  1. We will work to help each athlete to perform as well as he, and the team, are capable at all times.
  2. We will work from day one developing goals and a deeper understanding of ourselves so we can grow each day and help each other achieve on and off the course.
  3. We want all of the athletes to understand the rich tradition of the program and work to enhance it.
  4. We want athletes to understand the daily commitment necessary to maximize potential and therefore be prepared each day.
  5. We will encourage communication with each other, parents, and athletes.
  6. We will continue to emphasize positives each day, while finding new ways to challenge all of the athletes when and where necessary.
  7. We will emphasize attendance at practice, work ethic, and motivate each athlete to become the best they can be.
  8. We want all athletes to finish the season with a positive feeling of mutual accomplishment.
  9. All athletes are asked to give the program a commitment for the entire season.

Expectations for playing on the MIHS Golf Team:

Basic scoring criteria (based on 18 holes, stroke play):

JV: 100 – 85, consistently

Varsity: 85 – Par, consistently

Be dedicated to the game of golf and the State Championship success of the MIHS Golf Team.

How to Improve your Golf Game over the Summer:

All competitive golfers take lessons, even professionals. During the summer months, to maximize my players’ abilities and to best learn the difficult game of golf, I recommend that my players take private swing lessons, participate in junior golf camps, play regularly, and compete in junior golf tournaments. Swing lessons are key in helping kids understand the game and develop their skills. Try to get a series of consecutive lessons with the same instructor for the best results.

I recommend as much tournament experience as possible for players, especially over the summer leading into the Fall season. The more comfortable and experienced players are in pressure situations, the better they will perform and the more consistent they will become during the high school season. Besides the junior organizations listed below, many local courses (both public and private) have junior tournaments.

Please refer to the following websites for information and registration:

WJGA : Washington Junior Golf Association - local - (

AJGA: American Junior Golf Association – national - (

FCWT: Future Collegiate World Tour – national – (

Rocky Mountain Junior Golf Tour – local– (

USGA: United States Golf Association – national - (

IJGT: International Junior Golf Tour – national - (

PNGA: Pacific NorthwestGolf Association – local - (

Mt. Si Golf Academy& Junior Tournaments: - local - (

Hurricane Junior Golf Tour (

Schedule Information:

For the 2022-2023 school year, MIHS Sports schedules can be found on the Kingco Athletics website, Once on the website,

  •      Click MI logo
  •      A box of MIHS Sports titles appears
  •      Choose Sport and click
  •      Click “Schedule” box (underneath Sport title)
  •      Use drop-down box to select team level and click
  •      The team’s schedule comes up
  •      There is a print icon to print the schedule


If you would like to receive schedule updates during the season, click on the orange “Subscribe” button in the upper right-hand side.  You must create an account by providing your home email address and a password.  If you want to also receive notifications on additional different email addresses, it is OK to subscribe a number of times.

The option to receive tweets is not applicable to MIHS as MIHS doesn’t have a Twitter feed.




2006 (1st place), 2007 (4th Place), 2008 (3rd place), 2011 (3rd place), 2015 (3rd Place), 2016 (4th Place), 2022 ( 1st Place)


2005, 2018, 2019 , 2021
2004, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2019, (2021 medalist tournament champs)
2006, 2007, 2009, 2018, 2019
2006, 2007
Tyson Peters 2006, 2007

KingCo Player of the Year

Paul Mitzel 2006

Charlie Kern 2008

Zach Evens 2015

Ethan Evans 2021 

Collegiate Golfers 

2021-  Ethan Evans        Duke University

2007- Jason Tolken        Claremont-McKenna

2008- Paul Mitzel           WSU

2011- Charlie Kern         William and Mary

2011- Kyle Code            Cal Luthern

2011- Brandon Shin        Willamette

2012- Kevin Lui              Occidental

2015- William Mansfield  Occidental, University of Washington 

2016- Zach Evens           Guilford 

2016- Drew Christofferson Cal Lutheran University

PGA Professional Golfers

Charlie Kern

Will Mansfield


MIHS Hall of Fame Members
1978 Gordon Graybeal
2017 Charle Kern


Contact Information

Nick Wold

Athletic Director

Lindsey Blaine

Athletic Coordinator

Becky LeMaster

Athletic Secretary


206-230-6316 (Fax)


 MIHS Athletic Office Hours

 The athletic office is now open during our normal hours: 7:00 am-3:15 pm. 

E-mail is the best way to contact the Athletic Office for sports registration questions.