NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee State golf coach Parrish McGrath announced the signing of a new addition to men’s program for the upcoming 2014-15 season. Andy Stout of Manchester, Tenn., joins Jeremy Fultz, who signed in November, to form the Tigers’ incoming class.
“We are very pleased to have Andy join our program,” McGrath said. “He will be a strong addition to our program and will have a chance to contribute right away.”
Stout prepped for Mike Ray at Coffee County Central High School where he helped rewrite the team and individual record books. During Stout’s career, the Red Raiders registered the highest amount of wins and logged the lowest scoring rounds in school history.
The CCCHS graduate sits atop all the individual categories and posted a 73.4 average in 21 events during the 2013 season. Stout posted a school record low, 65, for a single round low and carded a two-day low 8-under, 136 (67-69). For his efforts, Stout was named Golfer of the Year for four seasons and was selected All-District during the same period. The future Tiger was named All-Region in his final two seasons.
Stout has ranked as high as 300th nationally and recorded a third place finish in a National PGA Junior event in Memphis. Stout has worked with swing coach Virgil Herring and putting coach Kip Henley. The Tennessee native also competed in tennis and was a member of the DECA club in high school.