The South Florida PGA Junior Tour presented by the Honda Classic hosted Event #10 at the Breakers Rees Jones course this week. The second round of the event was rained out, making all first round scores final.
Jonah Wasserstrom of Hollywood claimed his first Overall Boys title by shooting an opening round of five under par, 67. In the boys 16-18 division, Mike Anderson of Parkland, claimed first place with a score of 70. Finishing second, was Steven LaMay of Parkland with a 71. Coming in third with a score of 72, was Morgan Hobbs of Tequesta.
In the boys 14-15 age division, tying for first place with a 75 was Joshua August of Boynton Beach and Stefano Gabriel Butti of Palm City. Finishing third with a 76 was Jackson Shoenfelt of Boynton Beach.
Andreina Merchan of Weston claimed her second Overall Girls title of the year with a 74. Placing first in the girls 16-18 division, was Katelin Glass of Lake Worth with a 77. Tying for second place with a 79 was: Caitlin Huiting of Pompano Beach, Janelle Johnson of Royal Palm Beach, and Ashley Turnquest of Loxahatchee.
In the Girls 14-15 division, Kaely Krayeski of Wellington finished first with a 78. Lea Himpens of Port St. Lucie finished second with a 79. Tying for third place with an 81 was: Alejandra Merchan of Weston, Emily Faulkner of Palm City, and Samantha Haubenstock of Weston.
Jonathon Cachon of Weston claimed the boys 12-13 title with a 74. Finishing second with a 75, was Miles Castoro of Fort Lauderdale. Coming in third was Andrew Kozan of Palm Beach Gardens with a 76.
Winning the girls 12-13 title was Andie Shukow of Boca Raton with a 77. Tying for second place with an 81 was Hannah Leiner of Pompano Beach and Julia Matzat of Parkland.
The next South Florida PGA Junior Tour event will be at Quail Valley, August 11-12.
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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