Mitchell’s Masters Appearance the Latest in Baylor Golf Lore

Baylor grad and PGA Tour golfer Keith Mitchell '10 will be competing in the 2019 Masters, April 11-14, his first appearance in the event. Mitchell made the field, the smallest since 1997, by virtue of his victory at the Honda Classic at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens. Fla. in March. The win, clinched by a birdie on the 18th hole, was Mitchell’s first on the PGA Tour. He, in fact, birdied four of the last seven holes to chase down top-ten world-ranked players Brooks Koepka and Rickie Fowler.

More Baylor Alums on the PGA Tour

Mitchell is one of four Baylor alums currently playing professional golf on the PGA Tour - Luke List '03, Harris English '07, and Stephan Jaeger '08. List played in the 2005 Masters and English made the field in 2014 and 2016.

Luke List '03

Joined PGA Tour in 2013

13 Career Top 10 finishes

2nd at 2018 Honda Classic,
losing playoff to Justin Thomas

Ranked third in driving distance

Harris English '07

Joined PGA Tour in 2012

2013 FedEx St. Jude Classic Champion

2014 OHL Classic at Mayakoba Champion

24 Career Top 10 finishes

Stephan Jaeger '08

Joined PGA Tour in 2018

Lowest round (58) ever recorded in
PGA Tour-sanctioned event

Set Tour records for lowest
54-hole score (-23) and
lowest 72-hole score (-30)

Baylor's Athletic Program Ranks #3 (MaxPreps) in the U.S.

With more than 100 state championships over the past decade, Baylor School athletic leadership is going strong. In a single year, the Red Raiders have brought home titles in cross country, swimming, tennis, wrestling, track, fencing, golf, and softball, plus recent national rankings in softball and girls and boys swimming and soccer. Watch the three videos below for more on Baylor Athletics.

Academic Excellence. Baylor Students...

Get into top colleges

100% of the time. In fact, our grads have been accepted to Brown, Cornell, Yale, UNC, and more.

Earn college scholarships

Colleges awarded a recent graduating class $16.5 million in merit scholarships and $1 million in athletic scholarships.

Are ready for anything

They’re academically prepared, independent, take initiative, and know how to manage their time.

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