Junior’s Nearing End of Summer Play

Michelle Xu, 14, competed in the Royal Vista Summer Championship and shot 41-39 (80) to finish in 5th place. Michelle’s round consisted of six bogies and a birdie on her front side (41) and two bogies and a double on her back side (39). Sarah Taghaboni, Chino Hills, CA, shot 98 and finished in 8th place.

In JDL action at Manhattan Beach, Garrick Chiu, 12, shot 38 and finished in a tie for 11th place.

At the Sephlin Summer Championship @ Dad Miller, Leeyen Peralta, shot 77 and tied for 2nd place in the Girls 12-14 Division while Umbert (Umbie) Caseres shot a 47 to finish in 5th place in the Boys 9-11 Division.

At Recreation Park, Matthew Huo finished in 2nd place with a +4, 76 while Sebastian Vallejo shot 77 and finished in 4th place in the Boys 12-13 Division. Sherilyn Villanueva shot 80 to finish 2nd in the Girls 12-14 Division while Reina Tain, shot 87 for a 5th place finish.

Matthew Huo shot an even par 72 in the Boys 12-13 Division at the Diamond Bar Summer Championship to win first place. Matthew shot one under par 35 with a bogey and 2 birdies on his front side while making two bogies and a birdie on his back side for a one over 37. Esther Lee shot 47 and finished in 7th place in the Girls 9-11 Division while Isabelle San Antonio finished a shot behind with a 48 and 8th place. San Antonio was playing in spite of the death of her pet fish “Blackie”, who passed away on Friday. Elizabeth Fung shot 78 and finished 2nd in the Girls 15-18 Division. Elizabeth’s shot 38-40.

Leeyen Peralta tied for first place in the Girls 12-14 Division with an 80 while Sherilyn Villanueva finished 3rd with an 83, in the San Bernardino Summer Championship. Jomar Veloso, Woodland Hills, CA, shot 93 to finish 7th in the Boys 12-13 Division.

Congratulation’s to all of the junior player’s for their performance and continued effort’s to improve their game!

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