Travis Ross returns as Marshall County boy’s golf coach

Travis Ross, as the Marshals head coach in 2021, pictured with former player Trey Wall at the First Region Tournament.

Marshall County Athletics is announcing the return of Travis Ross as Marshall County High School Boys Golf Coach.

Ross previously served as the boy’s golf coach in 2021. Under his leadership, the Marshals finished the regular season 5th in All-State points. Two of his golfers qualified for the state tournament.
Ross is a former Marshall County golfer. He was a member of the 2007 State Championship team and the 2008 state-runner up team.

After leaving MCHS, Ross played collegiately at Freed-Hardeman University in Henderson, Tennessee. At FHU, he became the first golfer in program history to win an individual tournament.

“I am excited to be coaching golf again”, Ross said. “The Marshall County program has a great history of success. I hope to continue that tradition and compete at a high level across the state. I would like to thank David Morris for his time as head coach. He did an excellent job with the boys. The golf team will be returning four of its top five players from last season. We also have several young players that possess quite a bit of talent. We are excited to start preparing for the 2024 season.”