Chang AJGA Qualifier at Chico, CA.

15 year old Felicia Chang, placed 2nd in a field of 18 girls in the Bishops Gate Golf Academy Junior Open in Chico, CA. Felicia shot 38-37 (75) to finish 2nd in the 18 player field. Felicia has worked extremely hard this summer to “learn” how to “play” the game and “make” a score, according to her coach, George Pinnell. “Felicia has done a great job at learning how to swing the club on plane and get the club face in the correct position at impact. The difficulty has been in the nuance’s of how to make a score and get the ball into the hole,” Pinnell said.

Pinnell went on to say, that Felicia, ” has had an extremely full schedule this summer that has tested her strength and durability as well as her mental game, and it seem’s like it is starting to come together as the summer closes.”

Katherine Muzi and Newport Laparojkit are also in the field in Chico.

In Toyota Tour Cup action, Michael Alvarez finished in a tie for 15th place after the first round in the TTC Series @ Black Gold. Michael has signed with Cal State Fullerton and will enter school later this month.

At the Prodigy Golfer Summer Champ @ Brookside, Pasadena, CA., Matthew Huo shot an 82 and finished in 7th place in the Boys 12-13 Division. Ubie Caseres, shot a 48 and finished in a tie for 5th place in the Boys 9-11 Division.

At the Menifee Summer Championship, Jomar Veloso, shot 90 and finished in 6th place in the Boys 12-13 Division while Leyenn Peralta shot 75, and finished in 4th place in the Girls 12-14. Sherilynn Villanueva shot 77 and finished in a tie for 5th, behind Peralta.

Patrick Ordonez shot 42 and finished in a tie for 5th in the Boys 9-11 Division at the Golf Pride Grips Summer Championship @ Skylinks, Long Beach, CA. Sherilyn Villanueva finished in a tie for 7th with an 85 in the Girls 12-14 Division.

Congratulation’s to all of the player’s and a special “shout-out” to Felicia Chang in Chico.

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