Junior Golf Tour of Northern California Crowns Winners at Fall Series VII Championship at Windsor Golf Club in Windsor
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (October 3, 2022) –The 2022-2023 Junior Tour of Northern California (JTNC) crowned champions Sunday at the Fall Series VII Championship at Windsor Golf Club in Windsor.
Austin Wang shot 1-under par 139 and Lily Peng shot even par 140 to win their respective divisions at the Fall Series V)I Championship at par-70 Windsor GC.
Wang notched his first win of the 2022-23 season thanks in part to a stellar second round 68 that featured three birdies and just one bogey. In Saturday’s opener, Wang was steady, posting three birdies to go against four bogeys.
Coming in tied for second at 141 were former Player of the Year Jaden Dumdumaya and Alejandro Formosa. Dumdumaya, who made a charge with a Sunday 67, was awarded second place in a card-off. Dumdumaya’s 67 included a front-nine 31. Formosa earned third place.
Michael Sorber and Arnold He finished tie for fourth at 142 after final rounds of 69 and 73, respectively.
In the Girls’ Championship, Peng earned her second win of the 2022-23 season thanks to a solid second round 67 that included five birdies and just two bogeys.
In Sunday’s opener, Peng opened with a 73. She’d go on to defeat runner-up Michelle Ho by eight strokes. Ho had a final round 74.
Third place went to Hayley Wong at 149. Five players—defending Girls’ Player of the Year Asterisk Talley, Emma Wang, Emily Luo, Amelia Garibaldi and Elizabeth Hang—finished T-5 at 150.
In the Boys’ First Flight Championship, Winston Pan carded a final round 69 to come in at 1-ovre 141, defeating runner-up Brian Yu by nine shots. Yu had a final round 74.
Barry Liu was third at 152, with Jaylen Jew placing fourth at 153. Jaxen Castillo and Keane Ponce were T-5 at 154.
In the Girls’ First Flight Championship, Hayley Fong had a final round 79 to come in at 155 and defeat runner-up Teresa Ho by five shots. Ho had a final round 81.
Cynthia Liu was third at 169. Anjali Sharma-Tiwali was fourth at 181 and Danica Hidayat was fifth at 182.
The next event on the JTNC calendar is the Fall Series VIII Championship, to be held Oct. 8-9 at Laguna Seca Golf Ranch in Monterey.
Junior Golf Tour of Northern California Crowns Winners at Fall Series I Championship at Cypress Lakes Golf Club in Vacaville
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (August 22, 2022) –The 2022-2023 Junior Tour of Northern California (JTNC) crowned champions Sunday at the Fall Series Championship at Cypress Lakes GC in Vacaville.
Jaden Dumdumaya shot 5-under par 139 and Erica Villegas shot 2-under par 142 to win their respective divisions at the Fall Series I Championship at par-72 Cypress Lakes GC.
Dumdumaya won the first event of the 2022-2023 season, and made history in the process. With the victory, Dumdumaya tied PGA Tour member Justin Suh’s record for most career JTNC Boys’ wins (11).
In Saturday’s opener, Dumdumaya caught fire, carding eight birdies to go against just one bogey for a 65. A day later, he posted three birdies to go against five bogeys, defeating runner-up Brandon Torres by four shots. Torres had rounds of 73-70.
Third place went to Sean Kwok at 146 after a final round 76. Tim Daugherty and Aditya Das tied for fourth at 147.
In the Girls’ Championship, Villegas also was solid in the opening round, posting a 4-under 68 that included six birdies and just two bogeys. On Sunday, Villegas shot 74 to beat runner-up Asterisk Talley by three shots. Talley, last year’s Girls’ Player of the Year, had rounds of 71-74 to come in at 145.
Cathy Zhang was third at 146. Elizabeth Hang and Darla May DelaTorre finished T-4 at 148.
In the Boys’ First Flight Championship, Drue Henry Sanchez shot a final round 74 to come in at 145 and defeat Hayden Thill by six shots. Thill had a final round 74.
Three players—Inho Park, Jason Lee and Dylan Thomas Castillo—tied for third at 156. Park won the card-off.
In the Girls’ First Flight Championship, Paavni Behl shot a final round 76 to come in at 150 and defeat runner-up Nailah Jackson by 12 shots. Jackson had a final round 87.
Teresa Ho was third at 163, while Cytnhia Liu was fourth at 165. Kate Lippert finished fifth at 195.
The next event on the JTNC calendar is the Fall Series II Championship, to be held Aug. 27-28 at Chardonnay Golf Club in Napa.
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Crowns Winners in Holiday Series II at Morro Bay Golf Course
MONTEREY, Calif. (December 15, 2014) –Sponsored by Capital Insurance Group, the 2015 Junior Tour of Northern California (JTNC) crowned champions Sunday in the Holiday Series II Championship at Morro Bay Golf Course in Morro Bay.
Carmichael resident Max Menconi shot 1-over 143 and San Mateo resident Amanjoty Sangha shot 3-over 145 to win their respective divisions at the Holiday Series II Championship held Saturday and Sunday at par-71 Morro Bay Golf Course.
In picking up his first win of the season, Menconi had to fend off a number of challengers.
Following Saturday’s first round, Menconi was tied for the lead with Fresno’s Bryce Loosigian at even-par 71. During their rounds, Menconi and Loosigian both were steady, posting three birdies with three bogeys.
It was during Sunday’s finale that things really tightened up.
While Menconi would slip with five bogeys, he’d also pick up back-to-back birdies on holes No.4 and No.5 and holes No.13 and No.14 for a 72 and two-day score of 143. The birdie at the 14th was the biggest, as it got him to a total of even-par.
Loosigian, meanwhile, fell back into a tie for second at 4-over 145 after carding a 74 that featured two birdies but also three bogeys and a critical double-bogey on the par-4 13th.
Arroyo Grande resident Jeff Carr, meanwhile, who had opened with a 73, tried to make a Sunday charge after opening with a birdie on the 1st. His run wouldn’t last though, as Carr went on to card six bogeys to go with just four birdies the rest of the way for a 72 and two-day total of 145.
In a card-off, Carr would be awarded second place due to having a better back-nine than Loosigian, who placed third.
While Menconi, Carr and Loosigian jockeyed for position, San Mateo resident Carter Walling tried to stage a major comeback. A day after opening with a 7-over 78, Walling caught fire, posting a tourney low 3-under 68 that included three birdies, an eagle on the par-5 14th and just two bogeys. From holes No.6 through the 18th, Walling went 4-under but it wasn’t enough, as he’d finish in a three-way tie for fourth at 5-over 146 with Alexander Chin and Jack Avrit.
Chin, who hails from Pleasanton, and Avrit, who’s from Arroyo Grande, also had nice final rounds, shooting identical 71’s a day after posting matching 75’s.
In the Girls’ Championship Flight, Sangha put an end to any potential drama with a stellar final round 71 for a five-stroke victory over Manteca’s Brooke Riley and her second win of the season.
Like the Boys’ Championship, the title was up in the air after Saturday’s first round as both Sangha and Riley came in with matching scores of 74.
On Sunday, however, Sangha went into another gear. While the Fall Series III Championship winner had five bogeys, she’d also post five birdies, including three on her last five holes (No.5, 6 and 9) on the front-nine.
Riley, meanwhile, couldn’t recover from a slow start. Despite following up a bogey on No.3 with a birdie on the 5th, Riley went on to bogey No.6 and double-bogey the 7th for a front-nine score of 3-over 38. On her back-nine, she’d go 2-over with three bogeys and a bogey to finish with a 76 and two-day total of 150.
Belinda Hu of San Ramon, who won the Fall Series V Championship in September, had been in the mix following a first round 76 but shot a second round 75 to land in third place at 9-over 151.
Fourth place in the Girls’ Championship went to San Mateo’s Kiran Sangha at 153 (76-77), while San Jose residents Sabrina Iqbal and Angela Liu shared fifth place at 156.
In the Boys’ First Flight Championship, Arroyo Grande resident Owen Avrit shot a final round 77 to finish at 155 and defeat runner-up Kevin Stebbins of Exeter by two strokes.
Stebbins was just a stroke behind Avrit following a par on the 16th, but he’d bogey the 17th to fall two shots off the lead. Avrit was steady when it counted, carding pars on holes No.12 through the 18th.
Finishing in third place in the Boys’ First Flight was San Ramon’s Nikko Lee, who came in at 158 after rounds of 82-76.
In the Girls’ First Flight Championship, Kaleiya Romero of San Jose had a final round 81 to win by two over Corine Tan and Borina Sutikto.
Romero finished the two-day event at 160. Tan came in at 162 following rounds of 84-78 while Sutikto shot rounds of 82-80.
In a card-off, Tan was awarded second place due to having a better back-nine (3-over to 4-over).
The Holiday Series concludes with the Holiday Series III Championship, to be held December 29-30 at Poppy Hills Golf Course and Del Monte Golf Course.
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