The varsity golf team continues to make a name for itself at both the local and regional levels. Success within the FAA and against New England prep schools against the backdrop of some of the most challenging and historic courses in the area is remarkable. Following a 23-6 finish in 2017, Brunswick holds an impressive match record of 181-26-8 since 2011, including multiple FAA championships, Hotchkiss Invitational titles and Fishers Island Invitational first-place finishes.
Brunswick hosts its own tournament at the Round Hill Club, and play most home matches at the Stanwich Club. In addition to Stanwich, the team practices and plays on a course rotation that includes the Bedford Golf and Tennis Club, Burning Tree CC, Century CC, Fairview CC, the GlenArbor Club, Greenwich CC, Rockrimmon CC, Round Hill Club and Tamarack CC.
Spring break trips have taken the team to Georgia, where the Bruins have practiced and played at the Atlanta Athletic Club, East Lake Golf Club and the Sea Island Club. Other stops included Florida destinations such as TPC at Sawgrass, PGA Village, Bears Club and the Medalist Golf Club.
All Brunswick players, both varsity and JV, are taught course management skills, match and stroke play strategies, as well as sportsmanship, course etiquette and the honor and values inherent in the game of golf. Recent graduates have gone on to play at Division I programs in the Big 10, Ivy League and the Patriot League, along with top Division III programs across the country.
Brunswick bested previously unbeaten Taft in a seven-player, 18-hole contest at the Century Country Club in Purchase, N.Y. The Bruins (13-0) won five of seven matches to beat the Rhinos (4-1) on Wednesday.
Brunswick won the 2019 Hotchkiss Invitational on Saturday, as the Bruins shot a tournament-record, five-score aggregate of 182. The title is the first for the Bruins since 2016 and the sixth Hotchkiss Invitational crown for Brunswick.
Brunswick topped King on Monday in a creative, eight-player format at the Bedford Golf and Tennis Club, 10-1. Charlie Marvin and Gabe Mehra were medalists, each carding a 38. Up next, the unbeaten Bruins (4-0) face Portledge on Tuesday, April 9, in Old Westbury, N.Y.
Brunswick defeated host Hill as well as the Gilman School on Saturday at the Brookside Country Club in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. In the 18-hole event, the Bruins posted a five-score aggregate of 395, far ahead of Gilman (433) and Hill (452).
In recognition of their athletic prowess, six senior Brunswick student-athletes signed National Letters of Intent (NLI) on Wednesday. In return for athletic-scholarship aid, the six Bruins are committing to play for their respective NCAA Division I school.