The South Florida PGA Junior Tour presented by the Honda Classic hosted Event #14 at Hobe Sound Golf Club in Hobe Sound this weekend.
Dominick Vennari of Stuart claimed his first Overall Boys title with a two-shot victory. Vennari had a two-day score of 145. Anthony Gabriele of Wellington won the Boys 16-18 division with a two-day score of 147. Zachary Smith of Palm Beach Gardens finished second with a 149. Kevin Fertel came in third with a 150.
Shamshad Ali of Palm Beach Gardens claimed the Boys 14-15 title by shooting a 153. Shoenfelt finished with a 2-day score of 140. Finishing second with a 154, was Jake Holt of Jupiter. Coming in third with a 156 was Josh August of Boynton Beach.
Radi Sauro of Lake Worth claimed her first Girls Overall title with a 6 shot lead over the field. Sauro finished with a 144. For the Girls 16-18 division, Alexandra Papell of Boca Raton finished first with a 150. Finishing second with a 152, was Claudia De Antonio of Weston. Janelle Johnson of Royal Palm Beach finished third with a 155.
In the Girls 14-15 division, Kaely Krayeski of Wellington won by four strokes, with a 156. Mary Janiga of Wellington finished second with a 160. Coming in third with a 162 was Emily Faulkner of Palm City.
Michael Checo of Boca Raton claimed his first Boys 12-13 title with a 153. With a 156, Anthony Muttillo of Boca Raton came in second place. Tying for third place with scores of 157 were: Brandon Rinaldi of Stuart, Reece Kornfeld of Jupiter, and Evan Hoppenstein of Boca Raton.
Claiming her sixth Girls 12-13 title of the year was Valeria Sofia from Hallandale Beach, with a 151. Finishing second with a 163 was Andie Shukow of Boca Raton. Coming in third from Davie, was Georgette Garcia with a 173.
Honorable mention goes to the players who broke par (72): Radi Sauro of Lake Worth with a 71 first day round and Jake Francis of Margate with a second day round of 71.
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The next South Florida PGA Junior Tour event will be a Boys 14-18 Only event at Old Marsh, October 20-21.
The South Florida PGA Junior Tour is proudly presented by The Honda Classic and supported by Allianz Championship, Club Med Golf Academy, Don Law Golf Academy, Palm Beach County Sports Commission, The Men’s Fun Group at Mirasol, and Titleist.
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