At Rowland Hall, we recognize that you can’t be the best version of yourself on the golf course unless you’re also the best version of yourself off it.
That’s why our coaches teach students how to be their best in both realms, and why our program has been so successful over the past three decades. Our team has routinely won the Utah Interscholastic Athletics Administrators’ Association’s Top Team GPA award, which recognizes excellence in the classroom and on the course.
Teams are coached by PGA professionals who have studied the art of teaching golf. Our students learn not only how to play the game better, but also how to prepare themselves mentally and physically for competition so that they can perform at the highest level possible.
Rowland Hall’s success on the course comes from hard work, dedication, and commitment from our players and coaches alike.
Meet the Coach
Stacey Camacho learned to play golf at Nibley Park Golf Course, and honed his skills over the years. His commitment to golf is evident in his many accomplishments, including being recognized as the 2021 PGA Utah Section Assistant Professional of the Year. In addition to his coaching responsibilities, Stacey is a dedicated volunteer for Saving Strokes, a nonprofit organization that helps golfers who have suffered strokes find new ways to enjoy the game.
Meet Our Alums
Rowland Hall has graduated several successful golfers, including one who went on to play on the PGA Tour, and who was named a PGA Teacher of the Year and a Utah State Champion.
Winged Lion LEgacy
Ever since the boys golf team was formed in 1962 at St. Mark's School, our golfers have had success on the fairways of Utah. With six state championships and 16 region championships, our program is been one of the best in the 2A Region.
If you have sport-specific questions, email the coach. For general athletics questions, email the Athletics Department. For website questions, email the webmaster.
Director of Athletics
Assistant Director of Athletics
Project Coordinator, Athletics
Aliette Frank ’96
Robert Lainhart ’11