Felicia Chang Tie’s 1st At Golf Pride Grips Championship at Navy

Felicia “Fish” Chang, shot an 8 over par 80 to tie for first place at the Golf Pride Grips Championship at Navy. Felicia tied E. Poljak, from Huntington Beach, CA. Felicia started her round with birdie’s on 1 and 2 that helped her post a +2 on the par 37 front side. Two double bogey’s on the back side pushed her score to a 41 or +6, giving her a total score of 80.

Felicia has been competing in tournament’s on almost a daily basis to improve her scoring ability. She has shown improvement throughout the summer and will travel to Bloomfield Hills, MI, to compete in an AJGA event in the next week. By coincidence her coach, George Pinnell made a hole in one on hole #3 at Forest Lake CC where Felicia will be playing.

Aaron Chang, Felicia’s brother, continued his improved play with an 82, that put him in 4th place for the Boys 12-13. Aaron shot 43-39 (82).

In the Girls 9-11, Sherilyn Villanueva won with a +2 over par 33 in the nine hole event. Sherilyn finished with a flurry with an EAGLE 2 on the par 4, eighth hole and a BIRDIE on the par 4, ninth hole. Her coach, George Pinnell, is always coaching his player’s to “finish” their round, so Sherilyn was more than happy to report “her finish” at her lesson following the tournament!

At the Cleveland/Srixon Cham @ Strawberry Farms, Kate Kushi, an incoming junior at Harvard Westlake, finished in 18th place with a two day total of 186 (186).

Congratulation’s to all junior player’s who compete in the SCPGA Junior Tour.

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