Jesuit High School Tampa
Forming young men in the Tampa Bay area since 1899
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Jesuit golf has a distinguished legacy of achievement. In 2018, the Tigers captured their 13th straight District title, repeated as Region champion, and placed 4th at State in the program's first year under head coach David Simmons. The Tigers shot 302 at District led by medalist Jimmy Paradise '20 (73, pictured at right), Max White '19 (74), and Alex Siffert '19 (76). At the Region Tournament, White's 73 claimed the individual title as all five Tigers fired sub-80 rounds. At State, Grayson Maddox's 75 on Day 2 at the Mission Inn Resort's PGA Tour-difficult course helped the Tigers earn 4th place, equaling Jesuit's 2nd-best finish at State from two years earlier, and the school's best State result since 3rd place in 1997. Among many notable Jesuit golf alums is Anthony Maccaglia '11, who represented the United States in 2014 in England in the Palmer Cup, a major international collegiate competition modeled after the Ryder Cup; who won college golf's Jack Nicklaus Award in 2015; and who claimed his first professional title in 2016. Joseph Trim ’14 earned the Casey Most Valuable Golfer Award for the 2013-14 school year, the top honor for prep golfers in Hillsborough County, and played four years at Fordham. Matt Ruel '16 won three straight individual District titles as well as the 2015 Future Masters, one of the top junior amateur events in the United States, and now golfs at Gonzaga.

Tommy Meyer '2012
Marshall Rowe '2012
Jimmy Paradise '2012
Donnie Beard '2111
Chase Johns '2111
Nick Parisi '2111
Carter Dill '2210
Asher Heldfond '2210
Andrew Siffert '239

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Head Coach

David Simmons

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