Archbishop Williams High School welcomes Kevin Taylor as Head Coach of its Varsity Golf program. A longtime golf professional, Taylor hopes to see an already successful Team continue to compete for league, sectional and state championships, as well as produce student-athletes in accordance with the AWHS Mission of developing the whole person.
“I understand the importance of Athletics here at Archbishop Williams in developing complete and well-rounded students and athletes,” commented Taylor. “I’m honored to have been chosen as the next AWHS Head Golf Coach, and excited to begin working with the growing Golf program. Our goal will be to compete for the CCL Championship each year, and the State Championship on a regular basis.”
Taylor comes to Archbishop Williams from Milton High School where he served as Head Golf Coach for three years. Under his guidance, Milton High advanced to the Division 2 South Sectionals all three years, and won the Bay State League Championship in 2010. Taylor also spent seven years as a Golf Professional at various clubs including Woods Hole Golf Club in Falmouth, Massachusetts, the Misquamicut Club in Watch Hill, Rhode Island and the Jupiter Island Club in Hobe Sound, Florida. He graduated from the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth where he was a two-year member of the Varsity Golf team.
“We are thrilled to have Coach Taylor take over our Golf Program,” said Archbishop Williams Athletic Director Gordie McClay. “Kevin comes with great experience and a passion for teaching and leading student-athletes. I am confident the future is bright for our Golf team.”
Taylor is a member of the Cohasset Golf Club and resides in Hingham with his wife, Kathleen, and their three sons.