PLANTATION, Fla. - Coker College men's golf member Ethan Cairns had a spectacular showing at the Broward Amateur Championship, bringing home first place out of 39 competitors in the championship flight this past weekend.
"Ethan has been trending in the right direction for a while now and I'm extremely happy for him to finally break through to bring home a championship," stated Coker Head Men's and Women's Golf Coach, Adam Goins. "Winning the Broward Amateur Championship is going to boost his confidence moving forward and continue to help him mature as a player."
Cairns, a rising senior from Davie, Fla., shot a round one score of 69 and round two score of 67, finishing seven strokes under par and four strokes ahead of the runner-up finisher. During the 2017-18 season, Cairns competed in all nine tournaments, finishing with an average score of 73.83. His best finish was as the South Atlantic Conference (SAC) Championship where he shot a season low of 70, good for an eighth place finish. Additionally, Cairns was named to SAC All-Tournament team for his performance.
With Cairns recent performance, Goins is looking forward to the upcoming season when he said, "I'm excited for the upcoming year with this senior class and it's always great to see players such as Ethan playing so well during summer golf."
For a complete list of results from the Broward Amateur Championship, click here.