Kentucky Junior Golf Foundation

  

KENTUCKY JUNIOR GOLF FOUNDATION (KJGF) TO CONDUCT 18 HIGH SCHOOL INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENTS FOR KHSAA GOLF SEASON
 
 
The KY Junior Golf Foundation, Inc. will once again conduct High School Invitational Tournaments throughout the Commonwealth for the 2015 KHSAA Golf Season.  Please view the following events, dates and sites below:
 
Five Star General Lafayette HS Boys Invitational
Gay Brewer JR Golf Course @ Picadome
Lexington
Friday, July 31

Shelby Co. HS Lady Rockets Invitational
Weissinger Hills Golf Course
Shelbyville
Saturday, August 1

David "Big Daddy" Parsons Cardinal & Lady Cardinal Classic hosted by Taylor Co.
Campbellsville Country Club
Campbellsville
Saturday, August 1

Greenwood HS Boys Invitational
The Club @ Olde Stone
Bowling Green
Monday, August 3

Kentucky Cup hosted by Lexington Christian Academy
University Club of KY (Big Blue Course)
Lexington
Wednesday, August 5

52nd Knights Travel KY Invitational Tournament (Boys) - KIT
Harmony Landing Country Club
Goshen
Saturday, August 8

Covington Catholic/Steve Flesch Boys Invitational
Summit Hills Country Club
Crestview Hills
Monday, August 10

Pikeville Boys Invitational
Stone Crest Golf Course
Prestonsburg
Saturday, August 15

Old Bridge Premier Hosted by Boyle Co.
Old Bridge Golf Club
Danville
Saturday, August 15

The CLASSIC hosted by Paul L. Dunbar
Kearney Hill Golf Links
Lexington
Saturday, August 22

Commodore Classic hosted by Tates Creek
Tates Creek Golf Course
Lexington 
Saturday, August 22

Madison Central Boys Invitational
Gibson Bay Golf Course
Richmond
Saturday, August 29

Pleasure Ridge Park Boys Invitational
PRP
Sun Valley Golf Course
Louisville
Saturday, August 29

Bowling Green Invitational Tournament (Boys)
BGIT
Bowling Green Country Club
Bowling Green
Saturday, September 12

Sacred Heart Academy (SHA) /Bunny Daugherty Invitational
Hurstbourne Country Club
Louisville
Saturday, September 19

Battle of the Bluegrass (Boys) hosted by Christian Academy of Louisville
Persimmon Ridge Golf Club
Louisville
Saturday, September 19 

Louisville Collegiate Titan Classic
Big Spring Country Club
Louisville
Saturday, August 26

GOOD LUCK TO ALL THE HIGH SCHOOL TEAMS PARTICIPATING THIS SEASON!!!



MILES PARROCO, TAYLOR EDLIN & MATTHEW TROUTMAN EARNS MEDALIST HONORS IN 71ST JUNIOR FALLS CITY TOURNAMENT AT LONG RUN GOLF COURSE & CHEROKEE GOLF COURSE
 JAY KIRCHDORFER TO DEFEND TITLE AS #1 SEED
 
 
Miles Parroco of Prospect fired a 2-under par 70 to earn medalist honors in the 71st Junior Falls City Golf Tournament held at Long Run Golf Course in Louisville.
 
Host PGA Professiona Moe Demling with medalist Mile Parroco
 
Parroco earned the #2 seed as defending champion Jay Kirchdorfer of Louisville automatically recieved the #1 seed and will play Will Fowler of Louisville, who grabbed the final seed in a sudden death playoff.  Hayden Zimmerer of Louisville shot a 1-under par 71 to earn the #3 seed while Michael Blair of Louisville shot 72 to take the #4 seed.  Drew Hinkebein of Louisville shot a 1-over par 73 and will be the #5 seed in the Boys Championship Flight.
 
Assistant Parks Director Marty Storch and newly appointed Dirctor of Parks & Recreation Seve Ghose present medalist trophy to Taylor Edlin
 
Taylor Edlin of Prospect fired a 5-over par 77 to grab the top seed in the Girls Championship Division and earned a first round bye.  Lauren Bracken of Union took the #2 seed, shooting a 7-over par 79 and also earned a first round bye.  Ryan Bender and Molly Bebelaar of Louisville were next with 83's as Bender recieved the #3 seed and Bebelaar got the #4 seed.  Morgan Tinsley of Louisville shot 84 to grab the #5 seed.
 
Medalist Matthew Troutman with PGA Professional Barry Basham
 
Matthew Troutman of Louisville made a birdie on the first hole of a sudden death playoff to defeat Carter Smith of Sellersburg and Jackson Finney of Louisville in the Boys 11 & Under Division to earn medalist honors.  All three players shot 2-under par 33's in qualifying.

To view the qualifying scores, please CLICK HERE and scroll down to "Qualifier" in each of the four age divisions.  To view the Brackets for all of the flights, just click on that Flight (ie. Boys 12-15 5th Flight).



MDGT HONORS PLAYER OF THE YEAR IN 12 DIVISIONS AT BIG SPRING COUNTRY CLUB

                  

The Musselman-Dunne Golf Tour (MDGT) concluded its season at the MDGT Championship as Big Spring Country Club in Louisville.

The 2015 MDGT Player of the Year Champions in 12 Divisions were honored at the awards banquet that followed play yesterday.  The following players were crowned MDGT Player of the Year:

CHAMPIONSHIP BOYS DIVISION PLAYER OF THE YEAR ZACH TAYLOR
 
CHAMPIONSHIP GIRLS DIVISION PLAYER OF THE YEAR KYLIE LYSACK
 
 
BOYS 15-16 DIVISION PLAYER OF THE YEAR ZACH WHITEMAN
 
GIRLS 16-18 DIVISION PLAYER OF THE YEAR ALEXA WILSON
 
BOYS 13-14 DIVISION PLAYER OF THE YEAR MILES PARROCO
 
GIRLS 14-15 DIVISION PLAYER OF THE YEAR MOLLY BEBELAAR
 
BOYS 11-12 DIVISION PLAYER OF THE YEAR LUKE COYLE
 
GIRLS 11-13 DIVISION PLAYER OF THE YEAR JACKIE STEIER
 
BOYS 10 & UNDER DIVISION PLAYER OF THE YEAR MICHAEL LONG
 
GIRLS 10 & UNDER DIVISION PLAYER OF THE YEAR JENNA ESTRAVILLO
 
Congratulations to these players for their great accomplishments and to view the Player of the Year Standings, please CLICK HERE.


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CHRISTIAN ACADEMY OF LOUISVILLE CAPTURES THE DAVID "BIG DADDY" PARSONS CARDINAL CLASSIC AT CAMPBELLSVILLE COUNTRY CLUB
MALE HIGH SENIOR ERIK EDWARDS SHOOTS 72 TO WIN INDIVIDUAL TITLE

Christian Academy of Louisville captured its first title of the young season, shooting a team score of 312 to win the David "Big Daddy" Parsons Cardinal Classic held at Campbellsville Country Club.

Brandon Parsons presents the winning team trophy to Christian Academy of Louisville
 
Brandon Parsons presents Team Runner-up Trophy to Taylor Co. High School

Leading the way for the Centurians was junior Hayden Zimmerer, who fired a 2-over par 75.  Seniors Scott Wright and Seth Phulpagar shot 7-over par 79's while junior Noah Coy completed the scoring with an 8-over par 80.  Host Taylor Co. came up two shots short of a victory and the Cardinals were lead by freshman Cooper Parks who shot a 2-over par 74.  Tanner Parks, also a freshman, shot a 6-over par 78 while sophomore Clay Barnett shot 80.  Senior McKinley Knopp completed the scoring for Taylor Co. with a 10-over par 82.  Defending Champion Trinity High School was 3rd at 319 as the Shamrocks were lead by freshman Evan Bone's 6-over par 78.  Henry Clay High School and Greenwood High School finished in a tie for 4th place as both teams shot 320.  Henry Clay was lead by Ben Turner's 4-over par 76 while Greenwood was lead by senior Chris Argo's 3-over par 75.  Bullitt East High School finished alone in 6th place, shooting a team score of 328 and were lead by senior Zach Taylor's 2-over par 74.  Ryle High School finished in 7th place with 329.

Individual Champion Erik Edwards and Brandon Parsons
 
Individual 3rd Place finisher Hayden Zimmerer and Brandon Parsons 
 
Senior Erik Edwards of Male High won medalist honors, shooting an even par 72 and edged out senior Kyle Jeffers of North Laurel High School by one shot.  Zimmerer of Christian Academy of Louisville, Zach Norris of Jackson Co., Taylor of Bullitt East and Parks of Taylor Co. finished in a tie for 3rd place at 74.  Layton Hord of Campbellsville High School and Argo of Greenwood finished in a tie for 7th place with 3-over par 75's.  Turner of Henry Clay and Ethan Breeden of Bullitt East were next in 9th place with 76.
 

The Tournament has been named after David Parsons, long time golf coach for the boys and girls golf team at Taylor Co. High School from 1990-2009. Coach Parsons passed away suddenly last month of a heart attack.  He taught at Taylor Co. for 31 years and was also the former head coach for the tennis team and girls basketball team as well as athletic director.

 

For complete results of all teams and individuals, please CLICK HERE.

 


ELIZABETHTOWN HIGH SCHOOL SHOOT 309 TO CAPTURE DAVID "BIG DADDY" PARSONS TAYLOR CO. GIRLS INVITATIONAL AT CAMPBELLSVILLE COUNTRY CLUB
LAUREN HARTLAGE SHOOT 5-UNDER 67 TO WIN INDIVIDUAL TITLE

Elizabethtown High School, on of the favorites this season to that will challenge at Bowling Green Country Club for the state championship, won the David "Big Daddy" Parsons Lady Cardinal Classic held at Campbellsville Counry Club.

Bradon Parsons poses with the Team Champions Elizabethtown High School 
 
Brandon Parsons poses with the Team Runner-up Taylor Co. High School

Seniors Lauren Hartlage and Rebecca Black shot 67 & 72 respectively as the Lady Panthers shot a team score of 309 to win 34 shots over host Taylor Co. High School.  Sophomore Sarah Hinton shot an 11-over par 83 while junior Keista Elder shot 87 to complete the scoring for E-Town.  The Lady Cardinals of Taylor Co. were lead by senor Kayla Rodgers who shot a 10-over par 82.  Addie Westbrook, an 8th grader, was next shooting 84 while senior Sarah Dickens had an 87.  Madison Ferrie, a sophomore, rounded out the scoring for Taylor Co. shooting 90.  South Warren High School was next in 3rd place shooting a team total of 348 and were lead by senior Casey Van Meter's 9-over par 81.  Russell Co. HIgh School finished alone in fourth place shooting 367 as the Lady Lakers were lead by Maddie Coffey's 84.  Greenwood High School was 5th with a team total of 368 as the Lady Gators were lead by Sydney Durrant, who shot 80.

Individual Champion Lauren Hartlage and Brandon Parsons
 
Individual Runner-up Rebecca Black and Brandon Parsons
 
Individual 3rd place finisher Mary Joiner with Brandon Parsons

Lauren Hartlage of Elizabethtown shot a 5-under par 67 to capture the individual title, making 7 birdies and an eagle to go with four bogeys.  She defeated her teammate Rebecca Black. who shot an even par round of 72.  Senior Mary Joiner of Franklin-Simpson was alone in three place shooting a 5-over par 77 while Sydney Durrant of Greenwood finished fourth, shooting 80.  Casey Van Meter of South Warren and Emily Cox of Washington Co. tied for 5th place with 9-over par 81's.  Lauren Frederick of Greenwood and Kayla Rodgers of Taylor Co. tied for 7th place with 82's.

The Tournament has been named after David Parsons, long time golf coach for the boys and girls golf team at Taylor Co. High School from 1990-2009. Coach Parsons passed away suddenly last month of a heart attack.  He taught at Taylor Co. for 31 years and was also the former head coach for the tennis team and girls basketball team as well as athletic director.

For complete team and individual results, please CLICK HERE.

 

 

 



ST. XAVIER SHOOTS TOURNAMENT RECORD 279 TO WIN FIVE-STAR GENERAL LAFAYETTE INVITATIONAL HELD AT THE GAY BREWER JR COURSE @ PICADOME

Defending state champion St. Xavier High School got the season started off with a tournament record 9-under par 279 to win the Five-Star General Lafayette Invitational tournament held at The Gay Brewer JR Course @ Picadome in Lexington.

TEAM CHAMPIONS ST. XAVIER HIGH SCHOOL
TEAM RUNNER-UP MADISON CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL

Billy Basham and Michael Sass shot 3-under par 69's for the Tigers while Matt Liston had a 2-under par 70 and Allan Hamilton shot a 1-under par 71.  Drew Kiehl also played solid, shooting an even par round of 72 as his score did not count as one of the low four scores for the winning team total.  All five players are seniors.  Finishing runner-up in the team portion were the Indians of Madison Central High School who sho 306.  Sophomore Zach Miller lead the way shooting a 1-over par 73 while senior Jordan Adams was next with a 5-over par 77.  Seniors Carter Skipworth and Gunner Garrison completed the scoring for the Indians with 6-over par 78's.  Tyler Crafton shot 89 as his score did not count in the team standings.  Jackson Co. High School was next in third place, shooting 314 and was lead by junior Jaaron Hignite's 1-over par 73.  Trinity HIgh School and Christian Acdemy of Louisville tied at 4th place with 316 totals.  The Shamrocks were lead by senior Nick Washle's 2-over par 74 and the Centurions were lead by senior Scott Wright, who fired a 6-over par 78.  Host Lafayette High School shot a team total of 317 and finished alone in 6th place while Anderson Co. High School was next in 7th place with a team total of 318.

INDIVIDUAL CHAMPION BILLY BASHAM
 
INDIVIDUAL RUNNER-UP KYLE JEFFERS
 
INDIVIDUAL RUNNER-UP MICHAEL SASS
 
In the individual competition, Sass and Basham went into a playoff with senior Kyle Jeffers of North Laurel High School as all three players tied with 3-under par 69's.  Sass was eliminated after the first playoff hole as Basham had a chance to end it on the second hole of sudden death but missed a short putt after Jeffers three-putted for bogey.  Basham then made birdie on the third hole to win the title.  Liston finish alone in 4th place with a 70 while Hamilton was 5th at 71.  Kiehl finished 6th with 72 as three players tied for 7th place - Miller, Hignite and Spencer McKinney of Danville High School - shooting 1-over par 73's.  Washle and Zach Norris of Jackson Co. tied for 10th place with 2-over par 74's.
 
 


KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL GOLF COMBINE HUGE SUCCESS FOR STATE'S JUNIOR GOLFERS
 
 
The 2nd Annual Kentucky High School Golf Combine was held at the University Club of Kentucky and conducted by Betty Kregor and Brian Chafin.
 
There were 22 junior golfers from across the state in attendance as players went through skill testing in front of the state's college men's and women's coaches.  Stations included Driving, fairway, long iron, mid-iron, short iron on the driving range and putting, chipping, bunker and speciality shots on the short game area.
 
Clay Amlung, Brian Chafin & Jennifer Fuqua
 
The players also played a 9-hole tournament on the Front 9 of the Wildcat Course and winning the boys divison was Clay Amlung of Louisville, shooting an even par round of 36.  The girls champion was Jennifer Fuqua of Shelbyville, shot shot a 4-over par 40 on the front nine.
 
Players and Parents were given a wealth of information on college recruitment and what you need to do to be successfully recruited by college coaches.
 
A big thanks to the staff at the University Club of Kentucky for their continued support of junior golf in Kentucky!!!!
 


ANDREW SULLIVAN AND DREW DOYLE TRIUMPH IN JUNIOR TEAM CHALLENGE AT OLD BRIDGE GOLF CLUB
SISTERS RACHEL AND REBECCA FINE WIN GIRLS DIVISION
 
 
First round leaders Andrew Sullivan and Drew Doyle shot an alternate shot score of 5-under par 67 to finish at 12-under par and win the Boys 13-18 Division by three shots at Old Bridge Golf Club in Danville.
 
Country Music Singer Eddie Montgomery presents the winners trophy to Drew Doyle and Andrew Sullivan
 
Eddie Montgomery presents the runner-up trophy Tanner and Cooper Parks
 
The duo from Louisville lead after round one's four-ball format, shooting a 7-under par 65.  Their 132 total was three shots better than the team of Tanner and Cooper Parks of Campbellsville, who had rounds of 69-66=135.  Team Parks finished with a 6-under par 30 on the final nine highlighted by an eagle three on the Par 5 11th hole.  The team of Mackenzie Knopp and Connor Wilson, who are both from Campbellsville, brothers Will and John Harnice of Frankfort and the team of Taylor Cash (Shepherdsville) and Bailey Vincent (Louisville) tied for 3rd place as all three teams shot 2-day totals of 143.  Alex Doss and Layton Hord of Campbellsville were alone in 6th place with rounds of 70-75=145 while the team of Jake Kehoe and Clay Barnett of Campbellsville finished 7th at 147.
 
Eddie Montgomery presents the winning trophies to the Girls Division Champions to Rachel and Rebecca Fine
 
Eddie Montgomery presents the runner-up trophies to Madison Smith and Shelby Darnell
 
In a tight race in the Girls Division, sisters and first round leaders Rachel and Rebecca Fine of Lexington shot an alternate shot round of 1-under par 71 for a 2-day total of 143 to edge the team of Sydney Darnell (Madisonville) and Madison Smith of Union by one shot.  Smith/Darnell shot a final round of 2-under par 70 to finish at 144.  The team of Taylor Thompson and Caroline McDonald, both from Danville, were alone in 3rd place shooting rounds of 76-73=149 while the team of Molly Bebelaar (Louisville and Taylor Edlin (Prospect) finished in 4th place with a 2-day total of 154.
 
Eddie Montgomery presents the winners trophie to Davis Money and Hudson Hummel
 
Eddie Montgomery presents the runner-up trophies to Parker Clarke and Hayes Mason
 
In the Boys 13 & Under Division, first round leaders Hudson Hummel and Davis Money of Louisville shot 69-72=141 to win the division by five shots over Hayes Mason and Parker Clarke of Campbellsville.  The Mason/Clarke duo shot rounds of 74-72=146 to edge Adam Kehoe and Luke Coyle by one shot for runner-up honors.  The teams of Cooper Eberle (Richmond) and Logan McCormick (Mt. Sterling) and Drew Wallace (LaGrange) and Parker Smith (Sellersburg, IN) tied for 4th place at 162.
 
For complete results, please CLICK HERE.
 
The MDGT would like to thank the Staff at Old Bridge Golf Club and all the players for a GREAT Tournament!!!!!!!
 
 


THE TEAM OF DREW DOYLE AND ANDREW SULLIVAN SHOOT 65 TO LEAD JUNIOR TEAM CHALLENGE AT OLD BRIDGE GOLF CLUB
RACHEL AND REBECCA FINE SHOOT 72 TO LEAD GIRLS DIVISION

Drew Doyle and Andrew Sullivan of Louisville fired a 7-under par 65 in Four Ball Stroke Play to lead the Boys 15-18 Division after round one of the Junior Team Challenge held at Old Bridge Golf Club in Danville.

They lead the team of Bailey Vincent of Louisville and Taylor Cash of Shepherdsville and brothers Cooper and Tanner Parks of Campbellsville as both teams shot 3-under par 69's.  The team of Alex Doss and Layton Hord of Campbellsville and Jake Kehoe and Clay Barnett, also of Campbellsville shot 2-under par 70 and are tied for 4th place.  Bryce Smith and Scott Wasbish of Lexington are alone in 6th place with an even par 72.

Sisters Rachel and Rebecca Fine lead the Girls Division, shooting an even par 72 and lead by two shots over the team of Madison Smith and Shelby Darnell.  Tied in 3rd place are the teams of Molly Bebelaar (Louisville) and Taylor Edlin (Prospect) and Danville's Caroline McDonald and Taylor Thompson with 4-over par 76's.

In the Boys 13 & Under Division, the Louisville team of Davis Money and Hudson Hummel shot 3-under par 69 to lead by two shots over the Campbellsville team of Luke Coyle and Adam Kehoe.  Hayes Mason and Parker Clarke, who are from Campbellsville are five shots back in 3rd place after posting a 2-over par 74.  Drew Wallace of Louisville and his partner Carter Smith of Sellersburg, IN are alone in 4th place with 78.

The final round is schedule to go off on Sunday with tee times beginning at 9:00am.

For complete results in all divisions, please CLICK HERE.

To view the final round tee times, please CLICK HERE.

 
 


CHAMPIONS ARE CROWNED IN 71ST JUNIOR FALLS CITY GOLF TOURNAMENT 
MASON LENHART WINS 2 & 1 OVER HAYDEN ZIMMERER TO CAPTURE BOYS CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE

              

              

The 71st Junior Falls City Golf Tournament wrapped up at Long Run and Cherokee Golf Courses on a beautiful day as four champions were crowned in the 9-hole divisions and nine champions were crowned in the 18-hole divisions.

Champion Mason Lenhart and Runner-up Hayden Zimmerer
 
2015 JR FALLS CITY CHAMPION MASON LENHART

In the feature match, the Boys Championship Flight, Hayden Zimmerer, seeded 3rd, and Mason Lenhart, who was seeded #17, squared off in the 36-hole final.  There was not much action during the first 9 holes of the match as Lenhart had a 1 up lead going to the back 9 of the first round.  Lenhart still had a 1up lead going to the 16th hole when things began to turn his way.  The junior at North Oldham High School won the final three holes of the morning round to go 4 up after 18 holes.  The second round began on the back 9 as Zimmerer, who plays for Christian Academy of Louisville, won the 20th hole to cut the lead to 3 down before Lenhart birdied the 24th hole and then won the 25th hole with a par to go 5 up with 9 holes to play.  Zimmerer made a strong run by making birdies on four of the final eight holes before Lenhart closed him out on the 35th hole for a 2 & 1 victory.  

Champion Morgan Tinsley and Runner-up Ryan Bender

In the Girls Championship Flight, it was a battle of Sacred Heart Academy teammates as Morgan Tinsley, seeded #5 and Ryan Bender, seeded #3 battled it out for the title.  Both players played steady golf throughout the match but a bulky putter left Bender on the short side of a 2 & 1 victory for Tinsley.  Tinsley will be a junior while Bender will just be a sophomore for the 4-time defending state champions.

Champion Drew Hinkebein and Runner-up Scott Wright

In the Boys Championship Consolation Flight, Drew Hinkebein and Scott Wright played for the top prize as the match went to extra holes.  Hinkebein made a par on the first hole of sudden death as Wright failed to get up-n-down from just off the green to give Hinkebein the title 1 Up on the 19th hole.

Champion Hudson Hummel and Runner-up Nick Washle

In the Boys 1st Flight, the #5 seed Hudson Hummel was playing the #7 seed Nick Washle.  Hummel is one of the up-n-coming young players in the state while Washle plays for the Shamrocks of Trinity High School.  In a very close match that went to the last hole, Hummel prevailed 1 Up to capture the title.

Champion George Schmid  and Runner-up Coleton Burch

In the Boys 2nd Flight, top seed George Schmid played Coleton Burch in the final match and the Freshman from St. Xavier High School captured the title with a 1 Up victory.  Birch will be a freshman at Ballard High School.

Champion Jackson Benningfield and Runner-up John Spinetto

In the Boys 3rd Flight, #7 seed Jackson Benningfield played the #16 seed John Spinetto, who had beaten all lower seeds en route to the finals.  Benningfield had just too much fire power and won the match 3 & 2.

Runner-up Jared Davis and Champion Davis Oyler

In the Boys 4th Flight, #4 seed Davis Oyler captured the title over the #2 seed Jared Davis 3 & 2.  This was Oyler's first tournament in over a month after coming off a wrist injury while Davis is another un-n-coming young player that attends Christian Academy.

Champion Grant Burnstetter and Runner-up Logan Stone

In the Boys 5th Flight, top seed Logan Stone played the #3 seed Grant Brunstetter.  Another close match as Brunstetter prevailed 3 & 2 to win the title.  Brunstetter never played the 18th hole in any of his matches.

Champion Jenna Lewis and Runner-up Sydney Smith

In the Girls 1st Flight, top seed Sydney Smith played the #3 seed Jenna Lewis and turned out to be one of the best matches of the day.  It was a very close match throughout as they were All Square after regulation play.  Both players made bogey on the first extra hole and then Lewis made a par on the 20th hole to close out the match.

For complete results in all Flights, please CLICK HERE.



Runner-up Peyton Bonny and Champion Parker Smith

In the 9-hole divisions at Cherokee Golf Course, #10 seed Parker Smith upset top seed Peyton Bonny to win the Boys & Girls 12-13 Championship Flight 1 Up.  Bonny was the medalist in the Boys 12-13 Division, shooting 36 while Smith had 44.

Runner-up Gracie Elliott and Champion Jackie Steier

In one of the best matches of the week, #2 seed Jackie Steier played the #5 seed Gracie Elliott in the Boys & Girls 12-13 First Flight.  Elliott was 1 Up going to the final hole and three putted for a bogey as Steier made par to extend the match.  After both players made a par on the first playoff hole, Steier knocked a 5-wood on the Par 3 8th hole to four feet and made the birdie putt to win the match 1 Up in 11 holes.  It was a great week of golf for both young ladies.

Runner-up Drew Wallace and Champion Matthew Troutman

In the highly competitive Boys & Girls 11 & Under Championship Flight, medalist Matthew Troutman won 3 & 2 over Drew Wallace.  Troutman shot a 2-under par 33 in qualifying and then defeated Carter Smith and Jackson Finney in a playoff to earn medalist honors.  Wallace defeated top seed Carter Smith in the semi-finals and had to overcome a hole-in-one in his first match from Michael Long but prevailed 1 Up on the 11th hole.

Champion Houston Hall and Runner-up Nick Bischoff

In the day's final match, #6 seed Houston Hall put it all together and defeated the #8 seed Nick Bischoff 5 & 4.  Bischoff had upset top seed Jack Myers and #4 seed Nick Nunnelley to reach the finals.  Hall made it to the finals by making and incredible up-n-down on the second hole of a sudden death playoff to beat Amy Suo in the semi-finals.

For complete results in all Flights, please CLICK HERE.

A great big THANK YOU to host PGA Professionals Moe Demling (Long Run GC) and Greg Basham (Cherokee GC) and their entire staffs for making the 71st Junior Falls City Golf Tournament such a huge success!!!!!!



 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 

 

 
 
 

 

 

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ALLEN HAMILTON & ERIN ROWLAND CAPTURE TITLES IN 22ND MUSSELMAN-DUNNE GOLF TOUR CHAMIONSHIP AT BIG SPRING COUNTRY CLUB

Allen Hamilton of Louisville shot an even par 70 and Erin Rowland of Louisville fired a 4-over par 74 to capture their respective Championship Division in the Musselman-Dunne Golf Tour (MDGT) Championship held at Big Spring Country Club in Louisville.

Allen Hamilton and Tom Musselman, Sr.

Hamilton, who will be a senior at St. Xavier High School, beat Trinity High School graduate James Inman of Louisville by one shot.  Inman fired a 1-over par 71 in his final junior event before heading to Bellarmine University this Fall.  Drew Keihl of Louisville and a teammate of Hamilton, shot a 2-over par 72 to finish third.  Cameron Clark of Louisville and Zach Taylor of Mt. Washington were next in fourth place as both players shot 75.  Justin Baker of Lexington finished alone in sixth place, shooting a 6-over par 76.  Five players tied for seventh place and included Scott Wright, Jay Kirchdorfer and Jack Berger of Louisville, Billy Cason of Owensboro and Ethan Breeden of Cox's Creek as all five players shot 77. Cody French of Cox's Creek, Will Molen of Frankfort, Chase Wathen and Billy Basham of Louisville all finished in a tie for 12th place shooting 78.

Erin Rowland and Tom Musselman, Sr.

Rowland, who will be a sophomore at Sacred Heart Academy, won by seven shots over teammate Morgan Tinsley of Louisville.  Tinsley fired a 9-over par 81.  Sara Bidarian of Lexington and Charlotte Seaton of Sellersburg, IN tied for third place as both players shot 83.  Kylie Lysack of Georgetown was next in fifth place shooting 87 while Claire Watts of Shelbyville finished in sixth place.

Michael Murphy and Tom Musselman, Sr.
 
Caroline McDonald and Tom Musselman, Sr.

Michale Murphy of Shepherdsville won the College Men's Diviison, shooting an 8-over par 78 to defeat Matthew Wilhite of Lousiville.  Caroline McDonald of Danville capture the College Women's Division, shooting 84 to win by three shots over Taylor Thompson of Danville.

Cooper Parks and Tom Musselman, Sr.

Cooper Parks of Campbellsville captured the Boys 15-16 division by making a par on the second hole of a sudden death playoff to defeat Zach Whiteman of Prospect.  Both players shot 3-over par 73's and were three shots clear of third place finisher Justin Culver of New Haven who shot 76.  Kyle Davis of Prospect and Noah Coy of Louisville were next in fourth place, shooting 81 while Shawn DeWeese of Louisville finished alone in sixth place with an 82.

Allan Lockwood and Tom Musselman, Sr.

Allan Lockwood of Elizabethtown recorded the day's low round, shooting a 1-under par 69 to win the Boys 13-14 Division by three shots over Ben Bryant of Louisville. Bryant's 72 was one shot better than Daniel Love of Owensboro who fired a 3-over par 73 to finish third.  Jansen Presten of Louisville was next in fourth place, shooting a 4-over par 74 while Hudson Hummel of Louisville finished fifth with a 5-over par 75.  Jake Kehoe of Campbellsville finished in sixth place with a 7-over par 77.  Miles Parroco of Prospect and Campbell Kremer of Louisville tied for seventh place with 78's.

Alexa Wilson and Tom Musselman, Sr.

Alexa Wilson of Corydon, IN fired an 87 to win the Girls 16-18 Division by five shots over Paige Stamper of Richmond and Lilly Davis of Louisville.  Lauren Saltsman of Rineyville finished another shot back in fourth place with 93.

Madison Smith and Tom Musselman, Sr.

Madison Smith of Union captured the Girls 14-15 Division, shooting an 8-over par 78 to defeat Molly Bebelaar of Louisville by two shots.  Shelby Darnell of Madisonville was next in third place, shooting an 11-over par 81 while Lucy Suo of Louisville was next in fourth place with an 82.  Caroline Washle of Louisville finished in fifth place.

Jason Wang and Tom Musselman, Sr.

Jason Wang of Lexington won the Boys 11-12 Division, shooting an even par 35 to win by two shots over Jack Thomas of Louisville.  Thomas fired a 2-over par 37 to finished in second place, one shot ahead of Carter Smith of Sellersburg, IN.  Cayden Pope of Lexington and Luke Coyle of Campbellsville were next in fourth place with 4-over par 39's while Cooper Eberle of Richmond finished in sixth place with 40.  Drew Wallace of LaGrange, Matthew Troutman of Louisville and Rylan Wotherspoon of Florence tied for seventh place with 41.

Michael Long

Michael Long of Shelbyville shot  a 3-over par 38 to win the boys 10 & Under Division over Lucas Bischoff of Jeffersontown.  Bischoff shot 45 to finished runner-up, two shot ahead of Micah Sheffer of Brownstown, IN and Drew Tinsley of Louisville.

Jackie Steier and Tom Musselman, Sr. 

Jackie Steier of Louisville won the Girls 11-13 Division, shooting 43 to win by five shots over Gracie Elliott of Louisville.  Chloe Estravillo of Mt. Washington finished in third place shooting 55.

Amy Suo and Tom Musselman, Sr.

Amy Suo of Louisville captured the Girls 10 & Under Division, shooting a 13-over par 48 to edge Jenna Estravillo of Mt. Washington by one shot.

The MDGT would like to thank Head PGA Professional Gary Bebelaar, PGA General Manager Kelly Maxwell, Superintendent Bob Rogers and their entire staffs for making the MDGT Championship a huge success!!!

 

          

 

 



 

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