Coco Yang, Irvine, CA., shot 74-76 (150) to finish in a tie for 5th place in the Toyota Tour Championship at Andalusia CC. Coco’s opening round started with a pedestrian +3 (39) on the front nine. Coco, got hot on 8 thru 16 with 4 birdies and a bogey (-3). Unfortunately, she was unable to finish her round as she would like. Coco, made bogies on her final 2 hole’s for a +2, 74.
Coco shot 38-38 (76) in her second round. She had a lone birdie on 12 but stumbled with a double bogey 6 on the 16th hole, to finish with a 76 and a top 5 finish.
Angela Wu, Irvine, CA., finished in 17th place. Angela, shot 80-76 (156). Angela, played well on 15 of the 18 hole’s, by shooting +1 on hole 2 thru 16. Unfortunately, she made 2 double’s and a triple that pushed her score to 80 in her opening 18 hole’s. In her second round, Angela, was able to limit her mistake’s to 5 bogie’s to go along with a birdie for a respectable 76.
In the Boys Division, Christian Lingamen, finished in a tie for 20th with score’s of 75-73 (148). Christian, made 7 birdies in 2 day’s but was not able to limit his bogey count. He posted 9 bogies and a double to go along with the 7 birdies.
In the Toyota Tour Cup Summer Qualifying School, Gabby Kano, shot 84 in the first round and then improved by 4 shot’s in her second round by posting an 80. Gabby, was dogged by 3 double bogies in her opening round and rebounded in her second round by limiting her mistake’s to bogies. Gabby, who will be a 2022 graduate, is working hard to take better control of her golf ball to limit her mistake’s to bogies to help improve her scoring capabilities.
Michelle Chung, Diamond Bar, CA., was forced to withdraw because of a traffic accident that prevented her from making her tee time. Michelle, told her coach, George Pinnell, “I saw some horrifying thing’s and it scared me. The delay was over an hour and I knew I would not make my tee time, so I had to withdraw.”
Tyler Guo, is competing in the Sunriver Junior Open, at Sunriver Resort, in Sunriver, Oregon. This is a 3 day competition and is an AJGA event.