Luke Coyle & Trinity Beth Named Mr. Golf and Ms. Golf


LOUISVILLE, KY (October 12, 2021) – Luke Coyle of Taylor County High School and Trinity Beth of Marshall County High School have secured the honors of being Mr. Golf and Ms. Golf for the 2021 season.

Coyle began his golf season with an appearance in the Drive, Chip & Putt National Finals at Augusta National Golf Club and has ended it with terrific results in the high school season. Highlighting his junior campaign representing Taylor County was his performance in the KGCA All-State Championship, where in the final round at University Club of Kentucky’s Big Blue course, he played the front nine in 28 (-8) with six birdies and an eagle. That paved the way for him to win by four strokes in an eye-popping performance. That result pushed him to the top of the standings as he topped Clay Pendergrass by 25 points to clinch the Mr. Golf title.

Trinity Beth is Ms. Golf for the second consecutive year as the 2026 high school graduate continues to turn heads on the state’s biggest stages. Like Coyle, Beth won the individual first-place prize in the KGCA All-State Championships when she overtook Isabella Wiley in a two-person showdown when each player was five shots clear of their nearest chaser. An eventual playoff victory there on top of several other victories throughout the fall further proved how much talent Beth possesses. With four more years of high school golf eligibility remaining, Beth could be poised to earn a record number of Ms. Golf titles throughout her career.

The All-State Golf First and Second Teams are chosen by points earned in high school invitationals, KGCA All-State Championships, Regionals, and the KHSAA State Championships. Invitationals submit their results to the All-State points committee comprised of Directors from Golf House Kentucky, the Kentucky Golf Coaches Association, plus boys and girls high school coaches. The complete listing of boys and girls teams, with schools and final points, is as follows:


  • Luke Coyle (2023), Taylor County High School (1155 points)
  • Clay Pendergrass (2023), Madison Central High School (1130 points)
  • Rylan Wotherspoon (2022), Cooper High School (1080 points)
  • Rocco Zakutney (2022), St. Mary High School (1065 points)
  • Warren Thomis (2024), Madison Central High School (1055 points)
  • Matthew Troutman (2024), Christian Academy of Louisville (1040 points) *KHSAA State Champion
  • Jackson Hill (2022), Madisonville North Hopkins High School 930 points)
  • Zach Watterson (2023) Lee County High School (920 points)
  • Logan Liles  (2022), Lewis County High School (865 points)
  • Logan McCormick (2022), Montgomery County High School (845 points)


  • Trinity Beth (2026), Marshall County High School (1170 points)
  • Claira Beth Ramsey (2023), Madison Central High School (1145 points)
  • Madison Borders (2023), Thomas Nelson High School (1125 points)
  • Isabella Wiley (2023), Shelby County High School (975 points)
  • Macey Brown (2022), Apollo High School (940 points)
  • Nina McMurtrey (2022), Glasgow High School (840 points)
  • Savannah Howell (2022), Marshall County High School (825 points)
  • Jenna Estravillo (2023), Whitefield Academy (815 points)
  • Kaitlyn Zieba (2022), Madisonville North-Hopkins High School (810 points)
  • Mary Keene Marrs (2022), Lexington Christian Academy (775 points)
  • Macie Brown (2023), Bullitt East High School (490 Points) *KHSAA State Champion


  • Grey Goff (2023), Lexington Christian Academy (840 points)
  • Cam Roberts (2025), Pikeville High School (820 points)
  • Colten Wilson (2022), Boyle County High School (815 points)
  • Trey Wall (2023), Marshall County High School (815 points)
  • Grant Broughton (2025), Daviess County High School (790 points)
  • Jackson Finney (2022), St. Xavier High School (780 points)
  • Jakob Wellman (2022), Owensboro Catholic High School (770 points)
  • Brady Smith (2024), Christian Academy of Louisville (765 points)
  • Justin Begley (2022), Clay County High School (765 points)
  • Chris Harpum (2022), Ryle High School (755 points)


  • Raegan Ramage (2025), Cooper High School (765 points)
  • Megan Hertter (2022), Marshall County High School (745 points)
  • Janie Morgan (2022), Sacred Heart Academy (735 Points)
  • Karra Tucker (2024), Madisonville North-Hopkins High School (735 points)
  • Abigail Sutherland (2022), Sacred Heart Academy (725 points)
  • Izzy Christy (2024), Paintsville High School (720 Points)
  • Elizabeth Eberle (2023), Madison Central High School (710 Points)
  • Madison Glisson (2026), McCracken County High School (695 Points)
  • Cathryn Brown (2023), Lyon County High School (690 Points)
  • Lilly Baumann (2023), Owen County High School (655 Points)

GOLF HOUSE KENTUCKY: Golf House Kentucky serves as the umbrella organization for amateur and professional golf in Kentucky. The organization supports the Kentucky Golf Association (KGA), Kentucky PGA (KPGA), and Kentucky Golf Foundation (KGF). The KGF has supported youth programming including the Kentucky PGA Junior Tour for 25 years. More information may be found at

KENTUCKY GOLF COACHES ASSOCIATION: The Kentucky Golf Coaches Association (KGCA) promotes the sport of high school golf across the state of Kentucky. Member coaches may recommend Region Coach of the Year and their players for KGCA Scholarship Programs. More information may be found at

For additional information, please contact Michael Vick, Director of Junior Programs at Golf House Kentucky at 502-805-5813 or by email at, or Kevin Mims, President of the Kentucky Golf Coaches Association by email at

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Golf House Kentucky is the umbrella organization for Kentucky’s Family of Golf Organizations: Kentucky Golf Association, Kentucky PGA and Kentucky Golf Foundation. The vision of Kentucky’s golf leaders, Golf House Kentucky was founded in 1978, and is headquartered in a picturesque country setting in Louisville, Kentucky. Golf House Kentucky conducts competitions for golfers of all ages, gender and skill levels (amateur, professional and junior), and provides valuable services to Kentucky PGA professionals and member golf facilities. Working in partnership with the USGA, Golf House Kentucky provides individual golfers and member golf facilities with a wide range of services: Handicapping, USGA Course and Slope Rating, award programs, club consulting and golf management software. The family’s philanthropic affiliate, Kentucky Golf Foundation promotes the Kentucky Golf Hall of Fame, Kentucky golf museum and provides grant and scholarship programs for youth in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

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