Young golfers enjoy day of competiton at Briarwood
By By Ryan Satcher / staff writer
July 24, 2002
Young golfers were able to compete and at the same time have fun at Briarwood Country Club this past week.
Briarwood Country Club held its Junior Club Championship on July 16-17 and had good participation.
Thirty golfers played in the two-day event. The golfers could compete in one of four groups. There was an 18-hole white tee division, a 18-hole gold tee division, 9-hole red division and a 9-hole kiddie division.
According to Briarwood golf pro Rob McGraw the tournament was a success.
Ross McWilliams took first place in the 18-hole white tee division. He shot a 79 in the first round and a 77 on Wednesday to give him a two-day total of 156.
Leigh Phillips was five shots off the pace in second place. She shot an 82 the first day and followed with a 79 to finish with a 161. Eric Tolleson rounded out the threesome with a 175. He shot an 84 on Tuesday and a 91 on Wednesday.
Blaine Prince shot two consistent rounds to take the 18-hole gold tee division. Prince shot an 86 on Tuesday and shot an 87 on Wednesday to end with a two-day total of 173.
Chad Bounds shot a 39 on Wednesday to claim first place in the 9-hole red tee division. He shot a two-day total of 80 to win by nine strokes.
Daniel Fulton shot a 41 on Tuesday and a 48 on Wednesday to finish second. Easton Key had two consistent rounds to take third. Key shot a 49 the first round and a 50 on the final day.
Michael Crowe took first in the 9-hole kiddie division. He shot a 48 on Tuesday and a 51 on Wednesday to finish with a 99.
Daniel Sollie shot a 47 on the final day to finish in second. He shot a 57 on the first day and finished with a 104. Ross McCarty rounded out the top three with a 105. He shot a 53 on Tuesday and finished the tournament with a 52 in his final round.