Champions are made from something deep inside - a desire, a dream, a vision.
Stamina, speed, strength, skill and spirit, the greatest of these is spirit.
You can't put a limit on anything. The more you dream, the further you get.
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Coach Corner


Year round golf came to Allen High School in 1992 under the guidance of Coach Karen Gravley.  It has since grown to full varsity and junior varsity boys and girls teams.  There have been fifty-one players continue their education in golf through golf scholarships.  The success of this program is due to the dedication of the players, coaches, parents, district personnel and local community support.  What college did the alumni attend?  Click here


2016 Mulligan Club Classic Title Sponsor

Mulligan Club Classic Title Sponsor


District budgets cover only a small portion of the team's expenses. Please link your Kroger Cards to the Mulligan Club and we will receive a percentage of purchases made. This helps with tournament fees, transportation fees, meals, uniforms, equipment and more. Every little bit helps and you're still able to use your credit cards to receive points and miles.

Signing up to link your Kroger account with the Mulligan Club is fast and easy. It takes under a minute.

1. Click on this link.

2. Click on "enroll now"

In the search field put in "Mulligan Club"

Follow the instructions to create the link/account or to renew for returning members.

5. You're done - it's that easy.

Community Rewards

Organization Number: 93225




I've been playing golf almost all my life. From the time I was six years old when my father took me out to the Austin County Club, through all the wins...and some significant losses, the one constant has been the enjoyment I've often from the game and people around the world I've had the pleasure of meeting."

Ben Crenshaw receives the Green Jacket after winning the 1995 Masters. - Steve Munday/Getty Images

Ben Crenshaw, nicknamed "Gentle Ben". Born January 11, 1952 in Austin, Texas, Crenshaw attended and played golf at Austin High School and the University of Texas, where he won three NCAA Championships from 1971 to 1973. He was also a member of the Kappa Alpha Order fraternity. He turned professional in 1973. In 1973, Crenshaw became the second player in Tour history to win the first event of his career. Following five runner-up finishes in major championships without a victory, including losing a sudden-death playoff for the 1979 PGA Championship, in 1984 he won The Masters.

In the mid-1980s, he suffered from Graves' disease, a disease of the thyroid, but he continued to accumulate victories, finishing with 19 on the PGA Tour, including an emotional second Masters victory in 1995, which came a week after the death of his mentor Harvey Penick.

In 1999, he was selected as captain of the United States Ryder Cup team for the matches at The Country Club, Brookline, Massachusetts. He was criticized from some quarters for his captaincy over the first two days as his team slipped to a 10-6 deficit; however, he was ultimately credited for providing the inspiration behind his side's remarkable turnaround in the Sunday singles, as the U.S. won 8 ½ of the final day's 12 points to regain the Cup.

Crenshaw won several professional events outside the PGA Tour, including individual and team titles in the World Cup of Golf in 1988. He spent 80 weeks in the top-10 of the Official World Golf Ranking from 1987 to 1989.

Crenshaw is widely regarded as one of the best putters in golf history. His instructor growing up, Harvey Penick, taught him a smooth, effortless stroke on the greens, which allowed him to master even the speediest of greens–including those at Augusta National Golf Club. In winning the Masters in 1995, "Gentle Ben" did not record a single three-putt during the tournament.


4-time member, U.S. Ryder Cup Team
Captain, U.S. Team, 1999 Ryder Cup
1991 Bob Jones Award Recipient
2002 World Golf Hall of Fame Inductee
2006 Kappa Alpha Order Sportsman of the Y

ORIES (29 professional wins)

19 PGA Tour wins
1 European PGA win
1 Senior PGA win
8 other wins


2 Master Championships

 Journalist Jim Murray on Ben Crenshaw: "He walked up on a green as if he intended to arrest it."

Practice Facilities

The Allen golf program is grateful for their strong local support. We would like to thank and recognize the following golf courses for allowing us to practice throughout the week at their sites. Please think of these courses when you're making your next tee time and please thank them personally for supporting your favorite team! We would also like to give special thanks to Puckett's Nursery for their continued support of our annual banquet. In addition to the nursery, Puckett's also provides landscaping services, so for your next yard endeavor please think of Puckett's before any other. To learn more about each facility, click on its name and go directly to their site.


Puckett's Nursery strives to have the most amazing selection of perennials and annuals. They are a garden center and nursery with the quality plants and garden supplies to make the most of your gardening.

Puckett's is a huge supporter of the Allen Golf Team and have assisted us with banquet needs for years. When you think of outside, visit Puckett's Nursery first!