Westfield High School Grad Named USA Today’s Top Boys Golf Player For 2021

Westfield High School Grad Named USA Today's Top Boys Golf Player For 2021

USA Today has named a 17-year-old Westfield High School graduate its Boys Golf Player of the Year.

Colin Summers, who has resolved to play golf at Fairfield University in the fall, is among the top performing secondary school golf players — one from each state — to be considered for the honor, the school locale reported Thursday.

The acknowledgment follows Summers’ new accomplishment at the MGA Junior Championship, where he won every one of the four of his matches, from the Round of 16 through the last, on opening 16 at the occasion in Tuxedo Park, New York.

“To be perceived cross country for something that I love is really cool,” Summers revealed to TAPinto Westfield. “I take a stab at it. I love what I do as such it’s certainly cool to get acknowledgment for something you love.”

Summers falls off a solid season with the Blue Devils at Westfield High School, which won a statewide rivalry, with Summers acquiring the best position at the Tournament of Champions.

“Colin encapsulates the job of a chief and pioneer,” said Westfield High School Athletics Director Sandra Mamary in a delivery. “He is consistently the positive voice on the course, on the transport, and in group gatherings. Colin gives himself certainty and development. His insight into the game and how to move toward each green is amazing.”

The USA Today High School Sports Awards will be officially reported at an internet real time show Aug. 5 at 8 p.m. The service is allowed to watch at

Summers, who was recently named the Ron Bansky and Associates Allstate Westfield Athlete of the Week, isn’t taking the mid year off.

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