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ATLANTIS, Fla. – This weekend, the South Florida PGA Junior Championship Tour presented by The Honda Classic held event #3 at Indian Spring Country Club in Boynton Beach on the West Course.  With temperatures in the upper 80’s and the course in outstanding shape, low scores were in abundance at Championship Event #3.


Jupiter native Ryder Sutcliffe, Port St. Lucie native Fletcher Wunderlich and Boca Raton native Krit Oukosavanna each opened up round one with a 3-under par 71.  Fort Lauderdale native Miles Castoro and Lake Worth native Jordan Reeves each shot an opening round even-par 71 to find themselves three strokes off the lead entering the final round.  Sunday’s final round featured a wide array of outstanding play from the boys division.  Port St. Lucie native and junior standout Sachin Kumar posted a final round 2-under par 70 to post an even par 142 tournament total. Palm City native Alex Vogelsong, who shot an opening round 1-over par 70, shot a final round 3-under par 68.  Wunderlich was able to grind out a 2-over par 73 on Sunday to force a playoff with Vogelsong.  Wunderlich was able to capture the Overall Boys title in a sudden death playoff and capture his first South Florida PGA Junior Tour victory.


Tamarac native Jillian Bourdage opened up round one with an even par 71 to take the round one lead in the overall girls division.  Boynton Beach native Zora Gittens fired a 3-over par 74 to find herself in second place entering Sunday’s final round.  Wellington native Mary Janiga entered the final round four strokes behind Bourdage.  Jangia was able to fire an outstanding 3-under par 68 to capture the Overall Girls division over Bourdage.

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By |April 12th, 2015|Tags: |0 Comments


ATLANTIS, Fla. – This weekend, the South Florida PGA Junior Championship Tour presented by The Honda Classic will hold event #3 at Indian Spring Country Club in Boynton Beach on the West Course.  This weekend will feature a deep field of young talented junior golfers from all over South Florida.


The boys 13-18 age division will feature two of South Florida’s fastest rising young stars.  Jupiter native Ryder Sutcliffe is coming off his first Championship Tour win at Sandridge Golf Club last month.  Sutcliffe, who won Player of the Year honors for the Challenge Tour in 2014, had a breakout win at Championship Tour Event #2, but don’t expect that to be the highlight of his 2015 season.  The 15 year old left hander has great talent which he will look to turn into a career season in 2015.  If Sutcliffe wants to win back to back tournaments this weekend, he will have to overtake young standout Anthony Muttillo of Boca Raton.  Muttillo is also one of South Florida’s top 15 year old standouts.  Muttillo has a bit more experience with the Championship Tour as this is his second year competing in the elite tournaments.  Look for a great battle this weekend among these two rising talents.


The girls 13-18 age division will feature some of South Florida’s standout’s as well this weekend.  Reigning Championship Tour Player of the Year, Mary Janiga of Wellington is set to headline the field this weekend.  Jangia is coming off a great showing at the AJGA TaylorMade-adidas Golf Junior at Innisbrook.  Looking to put the pressure on Jangia this weekend is 14 year old Hobe Sound native and 2014 Challenge Tour Player of the Year Hannah Foster.  Foster will be […]

By |April 7th, 2015|Tags: |0 Comments

DeWitte & Kelsey, Champions at the Inaugural National Car Rental Foundation Pro-Am

Thirty-four teams competed in the inaugural National Car Rental Foundation Pro-Am today at Ft. Lauderdale Country Club.  Each team was comprised of one PGA member/apprentice and one amateur.  Capturing the title firing a net best ball team score of 63 was Jonas DeWitte and amateur Bruce Kelsey from John’s Island Club in Vero Beach.  DeWitte and Kelsey won in a scorecard playoff against PGA Professional Tim Turpen and Jesse Lee of Ironhorse Country Club.


PGA Head Golf Professional at Gleneagles Country Club, Jason Hrynkiw was the low professional for the event shooting an impressive 67.  In addition to the event winners, today’s Pro-Am helped raised just over $4,500 for the South Florida PGA Foundation.  The South Florida PGA Foundation founded in 2004, has more than tripled in size over the past six years with a mission to serve the south Florida community.  Programs conducted through the Foundation include junior golf, charitable gifting and scholarship, Smiling Fore Life and community outreach with Habitat for Humanity being one of the main beneficiaries.


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By |March 23rd, 2015|Tags: |0 Comments