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KY JUNIOR GOLF FOUNDATION TO CONDUCT SIXTEEN (16) HIGH SCHOOL INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENTS FOR UPCOMING KHSAA GOLF SEASON

The KY Junior Golf Foundation (KJGF) once again will be very busy starting August 1 by conducting sixteen (16) high school invitational tournaments for the upcoming KHSAA Golf Season.

The following events will be conducted by the KJGF:


Lafayette HS Boys 5-Star Invitational
Gay Brewer JR GC @ Picadome
Friday, August 1, 2014
 

Lady Rocket Invitational Tournament
Hosted by Shelby Co. HS
Weissinger Hills GC
Saturday, August 2, 2014
 

Taylor Co. Boys & Girls Invitational
Campbellsville CC
Saturday, August 2, 2014
 

THE KENTUCKY CUP (Boys)
Hosted by Lexington Christian Academy
The University Club of Kentucky
Wednesday, August 6, 2014
 

Pikeville Boys Invitational
Stone Crest GC
Saturday, August 9, 2014
 

Old Bridge Premier Boys Invitational
Hosted by Boyle Co. HS
Old Bridge GC
Saturday, August 9, 2014
 

51st Kentucky Invitational Tournament (KIT)
Hosted by St. Xavier HS
Nevel Meade GC
Saturday, August 16, 2014
 

The Classic
Hosted by Meade Co. HS
Kearney Hill GL
Saturday, August 23, 2014
 

 
Commodore Classic (Boys)
Hosted by Tates Creek HS
Tates Creek GC
Saturday, August 23, 2014
 

Madison Central Boys Invitational
Gibson Bay GC
Saturday, August 30, 2014
 

Pleasure Ridge Park Boys Invitational
Sun Valley GC
Saturday, September 6, 2014
 

Bowling Green Invitational Tournament (Boys)
BGIT
Bowling Green CC
Saturday, September 6, 2014
 

Steve Flesch/Covington Catholic Boys Invitational
Boone Links
Saturday, September 13, 2014
 

SHA/Bunny Daugherty Girls Invitational
Hosted by Sacred Heart Academy
Hurstbourne CC
Saturday, September 13, 2014
 

Battle of the Bluegrass (Boys)
Hosted by Christian Academy of Louisville
University of Louisville GC
Saturday, September 20, 2014
 

Louisville Collegiate Boys Invitational
Big Spring CC
Saturday, September 27, 2014
 

GOOD LUCK TO ALL HIGH SCHOOL TEAMS AND PLAYERS THIS SEASON!!! 


MUSSELMAN-DUNNE GOLF TOUR (MDGT) PLAYER OF THE YEAR RECIPIENTS FOR 2014

The 2014 Musselman-Dunne Golf Tour Player of the Year winners were announced at the awards banquet and luncheon last week at the MDGT Championship held at Big Spring Country Club.

The winners accumulated points throughout the season by top 10 finishes in the 18 MDGT events that were conducted from April 12 until the Tour Championship July 15.  Here are the winners:

BOYS CHAMPIONSHIP DIVISION
James Inman, Louisville - 1,128.33 points
 
GIRLS CHAMPIONSHIP DIVISION
Sarah Son, Simpsonville - 2,150.00 points
 
COLLEGE MEN'S DIVISION
Devon Bellamy, Lexington - 2,250.00 points
 
COLLEGE WOMEN'S DIVISION
Brianna Cornett, Danville - 1,500.00 points
 
BOYS 17-18 DIVISION
Alex Nusz, Shepherdsville - 1,700.00 points
 
GIRLS 16-18 DIVISION
Taylor Thompson, Danville - 1,487.50 points
 
BOYS 15-16 DIVISION
Oliver Whatley, Louisville - 1,537.50 points
 
GIRLS 14-15 DIVISION
Jenna Lewis, Shelbyville - 1,515.00 points
 
BOYS 13-14 DIVISION
Andrew Sullivan, Louisville - 1,925.00 points
 
BOYS 11-12 DIVISION
Alex Hadden, Eminence - 2,650.00 points
 
GIRLS 11-13 DIVISION
Taylor Edlin, Prospect - 2,250.00 points
 
BOYS 10 & UNDER DIVISION
Rylan Wotherspoon, Florence - 2,262.50 points
 
GIRLS 10 & UNDER DIVISION
Jenna Estravillo, Mt. Washington - 2,050.00 points
 
To view the complete results, please CLICK HERE.
 
CONGRATULATIONS to all of this season's MDGT Player of the Year recipients!!!!!!
 
          

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HURRICANE JUNIOR GOLF TOUR (HJGT) PARTNERS WITH MDGT FOR ANOTHER SEASON WITH SEVEN (7) KENTUCKY JR EVENTS & ONE (1) COLLEGE EVENT

The Musselman-Dunne Golf Tour (MDGT) & Hurricane JR Golf Tour (HJGT) will partner once again to provide National Tournament opportunities for our Kentucky junior golfers.

The MDGT will offer a "DUAL MEMBERHSIP" to join both the MDGT and HJGT which is offered at a great savings and the same cost as 2013.  To take advantage of this great offer, YOU MUST sign up for the "Dual Membership" on the KJGF website - www.kjgf.com.  Once you have completed the registration process, you will recieve an ID and temporary password from the HJGT.  To sign up for any HJGT event, you will use that ID and Password on their junior website at www.hjgt.org.

Based out of Jacksonville, FL, the HJGT administers events all across the country. In 2014 the HJGT will conduct events in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Alabama, Tennessee, KENTUCKY, Ohio, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland, New York, New Jersey, Indiana, and Connecticut.  Juniors will compete in 1 of 4 divisions which are: Boys 15-18, Boys 11-14, Girls 15-18, and Girls 11-14.

Each HJGT event is ranked by the National Junior Golf Scoreboard (NJGS). Most events on the HJGT schedule feature a chance for players to earn AJGA stars. What’s at stake for each event is listed under each Tournament Information Page (TIP).

Here is a list of KENTUCKY tournaments conducted by the HJGT & the MDGT: 

  1. Andover Golf & Country Club - Lexington (March 29-30)
  2. University Club of KY Wildcat - Lexington (April 19-20)
  3. Owensboro Country Club - Owensboro (June 21-22)
  4. University Club of KY Big Blue - Lexington (July 17-18)
  5. Keene Trace (Keene Run & Champion Trace) - Nicholasville (July 28-29)
  6. Greenbrier Golf&Country Club - Lexington (August 6)***
  7. University of Louisville Golf Club - Simpsonville           (October 25-26)
  8. Champion Trace Golf Club - Nicholasville (November 8-9)
 

***Denotes college event which is open to collegiate players and graduating seniors in high school - 36-hole event.

Go to www.hurricanetour.com for complete information on the Junior, College and Amateur Tours.

                          



REGISTRATION UNDERWAY FOR THE 2014 MUSSELMAN-DUNNE GOLF TOUR
 
 
Registration for the 2014 Musselman-Dunne Golf Tour (MDGT) is now underway.
 
The MDGT will begin its 21st season of providing high quality competition at some of the state's top facilities!!!!  If you were a member of the MDGT last season, just use your player ID and password in the KJGF Players's Club section located in the upper lefthand corner of the website.
 
To view this season's MDGT Schedule of Events, please CLICK HERE or go to the Tournament Tab located in the grey box at the top of the website.
 
NEW MEMBERS:  IF YOU ARE A BRAND NEW MEMBER THIS SEASON AND ARE JOINING THE MDGT FOR THE FIRST TIME, PLEASE REVIEW THE 2014 PRE-REGISTRATION INFORMATION THAT WILL ANSWER MANY OF YOUR QUESTIONS.
 
Please CLICK HERE to view the 2014 MDGT Pre-Registration Information.
 
 

 

 

ST. XAVIER WINS MADISON CENTRAL INVITATIONAL AS TEAM SHOOTS 295 TO WIN BY 10 SHOTS
COVINGTON CATHOLIC'S PAUL HUBER SHOOTS 68 TO WIN MEDALIST HONORS
 
 
St. Xavier High School had all four players place in the top seven enroute to a team total of 295 to capture the Madison Central Boys Invitational Tournament held at Gibson Bay Golf Course in Richmond.
 
The Tigers were lead by a pair of 73's as senior Jack Berger and junior Matt Liston posted 1-over par scores.  Junior Billy Basham was next for St. X with a 2-over par 74 while junior Michael Sass completed the scoring shooting 75.  St. Xavier won by 10 shots over rival Trinity High School, who posted a team total of 305 and was lead by senior James Inman's 3-over par 75.  Zach Mattingly, also a senior and junior Collin Burckle were next for the Shamrocks as both players shot 76.  Senior Grant Hummel completed the scoring for Trinity with a 6-over par 78.  
 
The Colonels of Covington Catholic High School were next in 3rd place, shooting a team score of 309 and was lead by medalist Paul Huber's 4-under par 68.  Henry Clay finished in 4th place with a team total of 311 and was lead by junior David Stevens who posted a 3-over par 75.  Jackson Co. was next in 5th place with a score of 314 and was lead by sophomore Zach Norris who, other than Huber, shot under par with a 3-under 69.  North Oldham HIgh School was next in 6th place shooting a team total of 315.  The Mustangs were lead by seniors Josh Maier and Michael Vissing as both players posted 76.  Lafayette High School finished in 7th place with a team score of 324 as Chase Williams lead the Generals with a 6-over par 78.  Taylor Co. was next in 8th place with a team score of 327 and was lead by Derek Keeton's 78.
 
Huber, who has committed to the University of Cincinnati, played a solid round of golf to shoot a 4-under par 68 that included four birdies and no bogeys.  He defeated Zorris of Jackson Co. by one shot as the sophomore recorded five birdied and two bogeys to shoot 69.  Zach Miller of Madison Central and Berger and Liston from St. Xavier tied for 3rd shooting 73 while Basham of St. Xavier was alone in 4th place shooting 74.  Stevens of Henry Clay, Sass of St. Xavier and Inman of Trinity were next in 7th place after shooing 75.  Maier and Vissing of North Oldham, Hayden Zimmerer of Chrisitan Academy and Mattingly and Burckle of Trinity all tied for 10th place shooting 76.
 

 

For complete results, please CLICK HERE.


ST. XAIVER HIGH SCHOOL'S GREEN TEAM CAPTURES THE CLASSIC HELD AT KEARNEY HILL GOLF LINKS

St. Xavier High School once again entered two teams and the Green Team shot a team total of 1-over par 289 to win The Classic hosted by Meade Co. High School and played at Kearney Hill Golf Links.

The Tigers were lead by junior Michael Sass who fired a 2-under par 70 to lead the Green Team.  Junior Billy Basham and senior Jack Berger were next with even par 72's while junior Peter Brown JR fired a 3-over par 75 to complete the scoring.  Trinity High School finished runner-up with a team score of 297 and were lead by senior James Inman's 3-under par 69.  Zach Mattingly, also a senior, was next for the Shamrocks with a 2-under par 70.  Completing the scoring for Trinity were seniors Jake Mattingly and Grant Hummel who both fired 79's.  The Raiders of Ryle High School finished in 3rd place with a team score of 300 and were lead by seniors Logan Gamm and Jacob Poore who shot 74.  St. Xavier High School's Gold Team finished in a tie for 4th place with Bowling Green High School as both teams fired 302.  Leading the Tigers Golf Team was junior Allen Hamilton, who fired a 3-under par 69.  The Purples of Bowling Green were lead by senior Jack Grise who fired a 1-over par 73.  West Jessamine High School was next in 6th place with a team total of 304 and was lead by senior Connor Haas's 2-over par 74.  Lexington Christian Academy, who was lead by Tanner Wilson's 2-over par 74 and Jackson Co. High School, who was lead by sophomore Zach Norris's 2-under par 70, tied for 7th place with team totals of 308.  Elizabethtown High School finished 9th with a team score of 310 and was lead by senior Kyle Jury's 2-over par 74.

Senior Kyle Jeffers of North Laurel High School fired a 4-under par 68 to capture individual honors by one shot over Hamilton of St. Xavier, Spencer Hackert of Meade Co. and Inman of Trinity.  Sass of St. Xavier, Norris of Jackson Co. and Zach Mattingly of Trinity all tied for 5th place with 70's.  Basham and Berger of St. Xavier, and Seth Phulpagar of Christian Academy of Louisville were tied for 8th place with even par rounds of 72.  Grise of Bowling was alone in 11th place with a 1-over par 73.

For complete results, please CLICK HERE.



ADAIR CO. WINS COMMODORE CLASSIC WITH BALANCED SCORING AT TATES CREEK GOLF COURSE

Adair Co. High School used balanced scoring to post a team score of 308 and win the Commodore Classic hosted by Tates Creek High School by three shots over Bourbon Co.

The Indians were lead by Tanner Garmon, who fired an even par round of 72.  Blake Maupin was next with a 6-over par 78 while teammates Riley Grant and Korey Hundley completed the scoring with 7-over par 79's.  Adair Co.'s three shot victory was over the Cougars of Bourbon Co., who were lead by Zach Treilobs 3-over par 75.  Braxton Brophy was next shooting a 4-over par 76 while Sawyer Crossfield shot 78.  Bobby Rankin completed the scoring for the Cougars shooting an 82.  Three teams tied for 3rd place at 312 - Ballard High School, Sayre High School and Taylor Co. High School.  The Bruins were lead by four players, Gray Gupton, Patrick Oakley, Kevin Lin and Anuj Chhabra who all shot 6-over par 78's.  Sayre was lead by Chris Saad's 1-under par 71 while Derek Keeton lead the Cardinals of Taylor Co. with a 1-over par 73.  Lafayette High School was next in 6th place shooting a team scored of 313.  The Generals were lead by Harrison Lane who shot a 4-over par 76.  Pulaski Co. was next in 7th place with a team total of 316 and were lead by Kellen Wilson's 1-over par 73.  Anderson Co. finished alone in 8th place with a team score of 318 and were lead by Zachary Toles who shot 72.  Host Tates Creek High School was next in 9th place, shooting a team total of 324.  James Oram lead the Commodores with a 3-over par 75.  Pikeville finished 10th with a team score of 325 and were lead by Taylor Wells who shot 78.

Saad of Sayre won medalist honors, shooting a 1-under par 71 to defeat Garmon of Adair Co. and Toles of Anderson Co. by one stroke.  Wilson of Pulaski Co. and Keeton of Taylor Co. were next in 4th place with 1-over par 73's.  Cody Kellam of Grant Co., Erik Edwards of Male High and Tyler Lippert of Mason Co. tied for 6th place as all three players shot 74.  Oram of Tates Creek, Treilobs of Bourbon Co. and Cooper Parks of Taylor Co. were in a three-way tie for 9th place shooting 3-over par 75's.

For complete results, please CLICK HERE.

 

A special thanks to all the parents and boosters that helped make this event so special and to Office Depot and Texas Roadhouse who served as tournament sponsors.



ST. XAVIER HIGH SCHOOL WINS 20TH TEAM TITLE IN 51ST KY INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT (KIT) HELD AT NEVEL MEADE

St. Xavier High School Green Team shot 298 to win the 51st Kentucky Invitational Tournament (KIT) held at Nevel Meade Golf Course.

The Tigers 20th KIT Team Championship was lead by junior Matt Liston, who fired a 1-over par 73.  Drew Kiehl, also a junior, was next for St. X with a 2-over par 74 while junior Billy Basham was next with a 3-over par 75.  Junior Michael Sass completed the scoring for the Tigers shooting a 4-over par 76.  The Gold Team from St. Xavier and the Shamrocks of Trinity High School tied for runner-up team honors shooting 299.  The Tigers Gold Team won runner-up honors by virtue of the 5th player shooting a lower score as the Gold Team was lead by senior Jack Berger's even par 72.  Peter Brown, JR. was next with a 2-over 74 while freshman Jay Kirchdorfer shot a 4-over par 76 for St. X.  Senior Kyle Saffron completed the scoring for the Gold Team with a 5-over par 77.  Trinity was lead by senior James Inman, who played solid to shoot a 3-under par 69 while senior Zach Mattingly was next with an even par round of 72.  Grant Hummel, also a senior, was next with a 6-over par 78 while junior Ryan Murr completed the scoring for the Shamrocks with an 8-over par 80.

The top eight teams were separated by only seven shots as McCracken Co. and Ryle finished in a tie for 4th place with a team score of 300.  Leading the way for Mustangs of McCracken Co. was Sean Warren who fired a 2-over par 74.  The Raiders of Ryle High School were lead by senior Jacob Poore, who continued his strong play with a 2-under par 70.  Franklin Co. finished alone in 6th place with a team score of 301 and was lead by C.J. Jones 3-under par 69.  North Oldham High School was next in 7th place shooting a team score of 303.  The Mustangs were lead by Josh Maier's 3-over par 75.  Lexington Christian Academy finished 8th with a team score of 305 and the Eagles were lead by Gresham Wilson, who shot a 3-over par 75.

C.J. Jones of Franklin Co. made a par on the 2nd hole of a sudden death playoff to win individual honors over Connor Haas of West Jessamine and James Inman of Trinity.  All three players shot 3-under par 69's.  Jacob Poore of Ryle finished alone in 4th place with a 2-under par 70 while Justin Baker of Lexington Catholic was 5th with a 1-under par 71.  Zach Mattingly of Trinity and Jack Berger of St. Xavier (Gold) finished in a tie for 6th place shooting 72.  Kyle Jury of Elizabethtown, Corey Damron of Scott Co., Austin Squires of Ryle and Matt Liston of St. Xavier (Green) finished in a tie for 8th place as all players shot 73.

The KIT is sponsored by Knights Travel.

For complete results, please CLICK HERE.



TRINITY SHOOTS 283, UPSETS RYLE TO WIN BOYLE BATTLE OF THE BRIDGE

Trinity High School's golf team came ready to play and blistered Old Bridge Golf Club shooting a team score of 5-under par 283 to win the Boyle Co. Battle of the Bridge in Danville on Saturday.

The Shamrocks had three players shoot par or better as senior James Inman fired a 5-under par 67 to lead the way.  Grant Hummel, also a senior, played solid to shoot a 1-under par 71 while senior Jake Mattingly held on to shoot an even par 72.  Jake's twin brother Zach shot a 1-over par 73 to complete the scoring for Trinity, which gave them a six shot win over Ryle High School.  The Raiders from Northern Kentucky have solified themselves as this year's front-runner by winning Monday at Olde Stone in Bowling Green and then winning the prestigious KY CUP on Wednesday in Lexington, shooting 288 to win the stroke play portion and then taking nine out of ten matches by defeating McCracken Co. (semi-final 5 - 0) and St. Xavier (final 4 - 1) in the match play competition.  Ryle was lead by senior Jacob Poore, who recorded five birdies and an eagle on the final hole to shoot 65.  Logan Gamm, also a senior, was next with an even par 72 while senior Austin Squires shot a 4-over par 76.  Senior Zach Adams completed the scoring for the Raiders with a 5-over par 77 as the team shot a 2-over par 290.  McCracken Co. High School completed a solid week of competition by placing 3rd in the KY CUP on Wednesday/Thursday and also finishing in 3rd place at Old Bridge by shooting 295 and was lead by Drake Stepter, who shot an even par 72.  North Oldham High School was next in 4th place shooting a team score of 299.  The Mustangs were lead by Tyler Reller and Mason Lenhart, who both fired 1-under par 71's.  Scott Co. High School posted a solid team score of 304 to finish alone in 5th place as Corey Damron lead the Cardinals with a 4-under par 68.  Greenwood High School was next in 6th place with a team score of 305 and was lead by Canon Claycomb who shot 72.

Ryle's Poore eagled the final hole, the par 5 18th to win the individual competition by two shots over Trintiy's Inman.  Damron of Scott Co. was next in 3rd place with 68 while freshman Cullan Brown of Lyon Co. finished alone in 4th place shooting a 2-under par 70.  Reller and Lenhart of North Oldham along with Hummel of Trinity were next in 5th place as all three players shot 71.  Parker Haynes of Elizabethtown, Cooper Collins of Lexington Catholic, Stepter of McCracken Co., Gamm of Ryle, Jake Mattingly of Trinity, Riley Grant of Adair Co. and Claycomb of Greenwood all finished in a tie for 9th place shooting 72.

For complete results, please CLICK HERE



BOURBON CO. WINS PIKEVILLE INVITATIONAL
NORTH LAUREL'S KYLE JEFFERS WINS INDIVIDUAL TITLE

Bourbon Co. High School had four players finish in the top 15 that propelled them to a team victory in the Pikeville Invitational Tournament held at Stone Crest Golf Course in Prestonsburg.

Leading the way for Bourbon Co. was Sawyer Crossfield, who shot a 1-over par 73.  Zach Treilobs followed up with a 3-over par 75 while Braxton Brophy and Bobby Rankin both posted 78's to complete the scoring.  Finishing in a tie for runner-up honors was Covington Catholic High School and North Laurel High School.  The Colonels from Covington Catholic won the scorecard playoff while Paul Huber was low with a 1-under par 71.  Clay Crowe was next, shooting a 6-over par 78 while Daniel Lee was next for the Colonels with a 7-over par 79.  Completing the scoring for Covington Catholic was Tyler Wherman as he fired an 8-over par 80.  North Laurel was lead by medalist Kyle Jeffers, who shot a 2-under par 70 while Barrett Brewer was next with a 3-over par 75.  Braxton Hicks was next for the Jaguars shooting an 8-over par 80 whileBrett Gaynor completed the scoring with an 83.  Defending champions West Jessamine High School finished 4th in the team standings with a score of 310.  The Colts were lead by Connor Haas, who fired a 3-over par 75.  Lafayette and Pulaski Co. High Schools tied foe 5th place with team scores of 320.  Lafayette was lead by Joe Muschong's 78 while Pulaski Co.'s Grant Norris shot a 5-over par 77.  Lexington Christian Academy was 7th with a team score of 322 and was lead by Tanner Wilson, who shot 79.

Jeffers of North Laurel edged Huber of Covington Catholic by one shot whle Zack Norris of Jackson Co. and Ryan Gillum of Elliott Co. finiished in a tie for 3rd place shooting even par 72's.  Crossfield of Bourbon Co. finished alone in 5th place at 73.  Treilobs of Bourbon Co., Brewer of North Laurel. Haas of West Jessamine and Taylor Wells of Pikeville tied for 6th place as all four players shot 75.  Caleb Bol of West Jessamine was next in 10th place with a 4-over par76 while Norris of Pulaski Co. and Roger Maynard of Sheldon Clark High School finished in a tie for 11th place as both players shot 77.

For complete results, please CLICK HERE.



RYLE WINS 8TH ANNUAL KY CUP AS THE RAIDERS KNOCK OFF ST. XAVIER IN MATCH PLAY FINALS
 
 
Ryle High School captured the 8th Annual KY Cup  by winning nine of the possible 10 matches as the Raiders defeated McCracken Co. 5-0 in the semi-finals and then beat the Tigers of St. Xavier High School 4-1 in the final on The Big Blue Course at The University Club of Kentucky.
 
In the morning semi's, Ryle's Austin Squires defeated Drake Stepter of McCracken Co. 6 & 5.  Jacob Poore defeated Chase Korte 1-up while Zach Adams beat Avery Edwards 2-up in his match.  Logan Gamm was a 3 & 2 winner over Sean Warren and Austin Zapp completed the shutout with a 3 & 1 win over Tyler Tomason.  The other semi-final match had rivals St. Xavier and Trinity matched against one another and the Tigers held on for a 3-2 victory.  Drew Kiehl defeated James Inman 1-up while Billy Basham handled Jake Mattingly 3 & 2 as St. X started fast for a 2-0 lead.  The Shamrocks battle back with wins from Zach Mattingly, a 5 & 4 winner over Matt Liston and Ryan Murr, who defeated Michael Sass 1-up.  The Tigers Allen Hamilton clinched the victory with a 5 & 4 margin over Grant Hummel.
 
In the Championship Match, the Raiders started aggressively as Squires defeated Kiehl 4 & 3 and Poore defeated Basham 1-up.  Zach Adams then clinched the title with a 4 & 3 win over Allen Hamilton.  Logan Gamm beat Michael Sass 1-up while the Tiger's over point came with Matt Liston winning 2 & 1 over Austin Zapp.
 
In the 3rd place match, McCracken Co. defeated Trinity 3-2.
 
SEMI-FINALS
 
RYLE - 5                 MCCRACKEN CO. - 0
A. Squires (R) def D. Stepter (M) 6 & 5
J. Poore (R) def C. Korte (M) 1-up
Z. Adams (R) def A. Edwards (M) 2-up
L.Gamm (R) def S. Warren (M) 3 & 2
A. Zapp (R) def T. Thomason (M) 3 & 1
 
ST. XAVIER - 3             TRINITY - 2
D. Kiehl (X) def J. Inman (T) 1-up
B. Basham (X) def J. Mattingly (T) 3 & 2
A. Hamilton (X) def G. Hummel (T) 5 & 4
R. Murr (T) def M. Sass (X)
Z. Mattingly (T) def M. Liston (X) 5 & 4
 
CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL
 
RYLE - 4            ST. XAVIER - 1
A. Squires (R) def D. Kiehl (X) 4 & 3
J. Poore (R) def B. Basham (X) 1-up
Z. Adams (R) def A. Hamilton (X) 4 & 3
L.Gamm (R) def M. Sass (X) 1-up
M. Liston (X) def A. Zapp (R) 2 & 1
 
CONSOLATION 3RD PLACE
 
McCRACKEN CO. - 3          TRINITY - 2
J. Inman (T) def D. Stepter (M) 4 & 2
C. Korte (M) def J. Mattingly (T) 3 & 2
A. Edwards (M) def G. Hummel (T) 3 & 1
S. Warren (M) def R. Murr (T) 1-up (19 holes)
Z. Mattingly (T) def T. Thomason 4 & 3
 


RYLE HIGH SCHOOL SHOOTS 288 TO CAPTURE TEAM TITLE AT 8TH ANNUAL KY CUP
AUSTIN SQUIRES SIZZLES WITH 5-UNDER 67 TO WIN MEDALIST HONORS
 
 
Ryle High School proved to everyone in the state that they will be contenders in the State Championship by shooting an even par 288 in the 8th Annual KY Cup held on The Big Blue Course at the University Club of Kentucky.
 
Leading the Raiders was Austin Squires who fired a 5-under par 67 to claim medalist honors.  Logan Gamm followed up with a 2-under par 70 for Ryle while Zach Adams shot a 3-over par 75.  Completing the scoring was transfer Jacob Poore who shot a 4-over par 76.  St. Xavier High School was next in 2nd place with a team score 293 and was lead by Michael Sass who recorded a 2-under par 70.  Allen Hamilton was next for the Tigers with a 1-over par 73 while Matt Liston and Drew Keihl both shot 75 to complete the scoring.  Trinity High School was next in 3rd place with a team score of 298 and were lead by Jake Mattingly and Grant Hummel as both players shot 2-over par 74's.  James Inman and Zach Mattingly completed the scoring for the Shamrocks shooting 75.  McCracken Co. High School and Lexington Catholic High School tied for 4th place with team totals of 305.  Lexington Catholic was lead by Cooper Collins, who fired an even par 72 and McCracken Co. was lead by Avery Edwards 1-over par 73.  North Oldham High School was alone in 6th place shooting a team score of 309.  They were lead by Josh Maier's 2-over par 74.  Covington Catholic was next in 7th place and were lead by Paul Huber's 1-under par 71.
 
Squires of Ryle had three birdies on the front nine to shoot 33 and three birdies on the back nine to go with his lone bogey on the 14th hole to shoot 67 and win by three shots.  Gamm of Ryle, Sass of St. Xavier and Zach Norris of Jackson Co. all tied for 2nd place with 2-under par 70's.  Huber of Covington Catholic and Connor Haas of West Jessamine were next in 5th place, shooting 1-under par 71's.  Collins of Lexington Catholic was alone in 7th place with an even par 72.
 
Ryle, St. Xavier. Trinity and McCracken Co., who grabbed the fourth spot in a scorecard playoff using the 5th players score, will compete in team match play on Thursday that will determine who will take hole the KY CUP.  Top seeded Ryle will play McCracken Co., the #4 seed while St. Xavier will take on Trinity as the no's 2 & 3 seeds.  Play will again be on The Big Blue Course.
 
For complete team and individual scores, please CLICK HERE.


SHELBY CO. LADY ROCKETS KICKS OFF THE SEASON WITH HOME WIN AT WEISSINGER HILLS GOLF COURSE

Shelby Co. High School shot a team total of 334 to defeat 3-time state champion Sacred Heart Academy by five shot in the Lady Rockets Classic held at Weissinger Hills Golf Course.

The Lady Rockets were lead by senior Madison Thomas, who shot a 2-over par 74 to finish in 4th place overall.  Sophomore Lilly Young was next for Shelby Co. with a 9-over par 81 while her teammate Jennifer Fuqua had 87.  Completing the scoring was sophomore Jenna Lewis who recorded a 92 over the 5600 yard layout.  Sacred Heart, who was playing without senior Maddie Hamilton, was lead by senior Meredith Moir's 8-over par 80.  Morgan Tinsley and Ryan Bender were next for the Valkeries as both players shot 86.  Molly Abel, who recently won the Junior Fall Cities Championship, completed the scoring the Sacred Heart shooting 87.  Boyle Co. High School finished 3rd in the team standings as senior Caroline McDonald lead the way with a 9-over par 81.  Scott Co. High School was next in 4th place with a team total of 347 and was lead by junior Kylie Lysack's 80.  Henry Clay High School was 5th as senior Kie Purdom shot an even par 72 that also earned her medallist honors.

Purdom's winning score was one shot better that teammate Leslie Ginter, a senior, and  Olivia Cason from Owensboro Catholic.  Thomas of Shelby Co. was alone in 4th place with a 74 while senior MacKenzie Peyton of Henry Co. placed 5th with a 3-over par 75.  Judianne Speach, a junior at West Jessamine High School, was next in 6th place shooting a 7-over par 79.  Moir of Sacred Heart and Lysack of Scott Co. were next in 7th place while Shelby Co.'s Young, Boyle Co.'s McDonald and Henry Co.'s Maddie Hensley all tied for 9th place with 81's.  Michaela Jarman of Boyle Co., Kaylee Wilson of Pulaski Co. and Mallory Lovell of Scott Co. tied for 12th place after all three players shot 83.

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ELIZABETHTOWN HIGH SCHOOL TRIUMPHS IN LADY CARDINAL CLASSIC AT CAMPBELLSVILLE COUNTRY CLUB

 

Elizabethtown Country Club relied on balanced scoring to win the Lady Cardinal Classic hosted by Taylor Co. High School and held at Campbellsville Country Club.

The Lady Panthers shot a team score of 326 to defeat Madison Central High School by 13 shots.  Elizabethtown was lead by Rebecca Black who fired a 3-over par 75 to finish runner-up individually.  Lauren Hartlage was next with a 5-over par 77 and then the consistent scores of 87 shot by Peyton Lothery, Sarah Beth Hundley and Sarah Hinton completed the scoring as the Lady Panthers won for the first time this season.  Finishing in 2nd place was Madison Central High School who shot 344 and was lead by medalist Tristyn Nowlin's 2-nder par 70.  MacKenzie Neal was next shooting 82 while Kailey Boyer shot 93.  Completing the scoring for Madison Central was Mattie Neeley, who shot 94.  Coming in 3rd place was defending champion Russell Co. High School who were lead by Lizzy Loy's 80.  Host Taylor Co. High School was next in 4th place shooting a team score of 345 and was lead by Sarah Dickens 84.  Barren Co. High School finished in 5th place with a team score of 354 and was lead by Kylie Withrow who shot an 8-over par 80.

Nowlin was the only player in the field to shoo under par, a 2-under par 70 to win by five shots over Black of Elizabethtown.  Mary Joiner of Franklin-Simpson was alone in 3rd place, shooting a 4-over par 76.  Hartlage of Elizabethtown was next in 4th place with 77 while Laken "Boo" Newsome of Sheldon Clark finished in 5th place with a 79.  Withrow of Barren Co. and Loy of Russell Co. finished tied for 6th place with 80's while Macy Campbell of Clinton Co., Lauren Frederick of Greenwood and Courtney Vincent of Grayson Co. all tied for 8th place with 81's.

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TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL DEFENDS TEAM TITLE AT CARDINAL CLASSIC 
JACKSON CO. SOPHOMORE ZACH NORRIS SHOOTS 71 TO CLAIM INDIVIDUAL TITLE
 
 
Trinity High School defended their team title to win the 2014 Cardinal Classic hosted by Taylor Co. High School.
 
The Shamrocks shot a team score of 300 to win by nine shots over Franklin Co. High School.  Leading the way for Trinity was Jake Mattingly, who fired a 1-over par 73 and finished runner-up.  James Inman and Jake Mattingly (Zach's brother) were next for the ROCKS with 2-over par 74's while Grant Hummel rounded out the scoring with a 6-over par 78.  The Flyers of Franklin Co. were lead by Jacob Cook and C.J. Jones as both players shot 74.  Will Molen was next with an 8-over par 80 while Ben Nolan completed the scoring with a 9-over par 81.  Host Taylor Co. High School finished 3rd in the team standings at 313 as the Cardinals were lead by seniors Andrew Scalos and Derek Keeton.  Both players shot 77.  Pulaski Co., lead by Kellen Wilson's 4-over par 76, were next in 4th place at 321.  Finishing 5th was Jackson Co. which shot a team score of 329 and was lead by medalist Zach Norris, who was the only player in the field to shoot under par as the sophomore shot a 1-under par 71.
 
Norris won by two shots over Trinity's Jake Mattingly and was three shots clear of Cook and Jones of Franklin Co. and Inman of Trinity.  Zach Mattingly of Trinity was alone in 6th place with a 3 over par 75 while Wilson of Pulaski Co. was 7th witha 76.  A quartet of players tied for 8th place - Zach Miller of Madison Central, Scalos and Keeton of  Taylor Co. and Cole Manion of Grayson Co.  Cooper Parks of Taylor Co. and Hummel of Trinity tied for 12th place with 6-over par 78's while Jaaron Hignite of Jackson Co. and Gray Gupton of Ballard tied for 14th place as both players recorded 79.
 
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ST. XAVIER SHOOTS 293 TO CAPTURE FIVE STAR GENERAL LAYAYETTE INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT
WEST JESSAMINE'S CONNOR HAAS WINS MEDALIST HONORS WITH 66

St. Xavier High School kicked off the KHSAA High School season with a solid team score of 293 to win the Five Star General Lafayette Invitational Tournament held at the Gay Brewer Jr. Golf Course @ Picadome in Lexington.

The Tigers were lead by Billy Basham, who fired a 2-under par 70 to finish in a tie for 2nd place.  Matt Liston and Drew Kiehl tied for 6th place, shooting 2-over par 74 while Jay Kirchdorfer finished with a 3-over par 75 to complete the scoring.  Jack Berger shot 76 but only the top four scores count towards the team total.  Finishing runner-up in the team competition was Trinity High School who shot 301 and was lead by James Inman's 2-under par 70.  Jake Mattingly shot a 4-over par 76 to finish in a tie for 8th place.  Grant Hummel was next for the Shamrocks with a 5-over par 77 while Zack Mattingly finished in a tie for 19th place with a 6-over par 78.  Ryan Murr shot 82 and his score did not count towards the team score.  Covington Catholic finished 3rd with a team score of 307 and was lead by Paul Huber's 2-under par 70.  Jackson Co. was next in 4th place, shooting a team score of 313 and was lead by Zach Norris, who shot a 2-under par 70.  Henry Clay was 5th with a team total of  319 and was lead by Mmark O'Brien's 3-over par 75.

Connor Haas of West Jessamine High School won medalist honors, shooting a solid 6-under par 66 to win by four shots.  Huber, Basham, Inman and Norris all finished in a tie for runner-up honors while Liston and Kiehl tied for 6th place.  Kirchdorfer, O'Brien and Kyle Jeffers of North Laurel were next in 8th place with 3-over par 75's while five players tied for 12th place at 76.

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FORMER MUSSELMAN-DUNNE GOLF TOUR (MDGT) MEMBER J.B. HOLMES WINS WELLS FARGO CHAMPIONSHIP AGAINST ELITE FIELD AT QUAIL HOLLOW GOLF CLUB

Former Musselman-Dunne Golf Tour (MDGT) member J.B. Holmes of Campbellsville made things interesting on the final hole but prevailed with a final round 71 to shoot 14-under par and win the PGA Tour Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow Golf Club.

Holmes, who is playing this season on a medical exemption, is now exempt for the next two years and has gained invitations in next week's Players Championship, the PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf Club and an invitation to the 2015 Masters Tournament.  Holmes played high school golf at Taylor Co. High School and college golf at the University of Kentucky where he was an all-american.

It is a remarkable comeback after brain surgery and ankle surgery caused him to miss most of the 2013 PGA Tour season.  This is Holmes 3rd PGA Tour victory and has moved into the top 20 on the FedEx Cup standings.

Congratulations J.B.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  We are so proud of you!!



2014 MAJOR JUNIOR/AMATEUR TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE IN KENTUCKY

Check out this year's MAJOR JUNIOR/AMATEUR TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE IN KENTUCKY.  Many of the tournaments include statewide events, USGA qualifiers, AJGA & PGA Junior Series National events and much more.

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