Felicia Chang 5th at Woodley Lakes Spring Classic

February 16, 2014 Felicia Chang, shot a 2 over par 78 at the Woodley Lakes Spring Classic to finish in 5th place.  The 15 year old from La Habra Heights, CA, posted a 39 (+2) on the front side with 3 bogies and a birdie while shooting an even par 39 on the back side with 2 birdies and 2 bogies.  This could be a breakout round for the young, committed player who has been a good ball striker, but had problem’s getting the ball into the hole.
Aaron Chang, Felicia’s brother, finished in a tie for 12th place with an 86.  Four double bogies derailed Aaron chance to finish in the top 10.
Sherilyn Villanueva finished in 6th place at the David L. Baker Spring Championship with a today total of 70 (33-36) while Sneha Yadav finished in 7th place with a 70 (35-35).
At the Royal Vista Spring Classic, Leo Lu, 11, won the event with a 42 (+6) in the Boys 9-11 Division.  Yi Yi (Double Yi) shot a 53 to finish in 10th place.
Precious K Saelee, finished in second place in the Girls 12-14 Division with an 83 (+12).  Yugo Koshiishi finished in 12th place with a 92, in the Boys 16-18 Division.
Mitzi Duarte won AGAIN, at the Garb JDL Spring @ Pico Rivera #1.  Mitzi shot 39 to win the event by two shots in the JDL Girls 11 & Under.
In action on the Future Champions Tour, Roman (Romo) Aragon finished in a tie for 7th place with a two day total of 151 (75-76).  Roman started the event with 3 birdies in his first 6 holes and shot a solid 33 on his front side.  Two double bogies slowed his momentum on the back side that left him with 33-42 (75).  The second day was an up and down round that started with a birdie on two, followed by bogies on three thru seven.  Roman finished strong by scoring -3 under on his last four holes.  His final day score was 39-37 (76).
Congratulation’s to all the player’s who are competing on the Junior Tour’s.

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