You Seong Choi wins at Westlake GC

You Seong Choi, won the Westlake Fall event at Westlake GC with a solid -1 under par 66, in the Boys 12-14 Division. You Seong, finished strong on the final 6 hole’s by going 2 under par for his win. Bryant Hernandez, shot a 3 over par 37 and placed 4th in the Boys 9-11 Division at the Westlake GC Fall event.
You Lim (Judy) Choi, placed 2nd in the Girls 15-18 Division with her 73 (+6).

You Lim (Judy) Choi, finished 2nd at Willowick Golf Course with an 80, in the Girls 15-18 Division. Michelle Chang, shot 78 and finished in a tie for 5th place, and Bella Yang, was 14th in the Girls 12-14 Division.

You Seong Choi, finished in a tie for 5th place at the Willowick Golf Course in the Boys 12-14 Division, with a 75, while Bryant Hernandez, tied for 3rd place with a 40 in the Boys 9-11 Division. Elliot Dong, shot a 40 in the 9 hole event and was tied for 5th place.

Maryn Santiago, shot 87 and placed 10th in the Girls 15-18 Division at the Upland Hills Country Club while Gabby Kano, scratched out a 78 in the Girls 12-14 Division and finished in 4th place.

You Lim (Judy) Choi, placed 2nd in the Girls 15-18 Division with her 73 (+6).

On the Junior Developmental Tour (JDT) at Alhambra GC, David Kim, finished tied for 6th place with a 48 in the 9 hole event. Lucas Bao, was tied for 8th place with a 50. Kora Chiu, shot a 51 and was tied for 11th place.

Kora Chiu, rebounded on the following day with a 2nd place finish at Manhattan Beach Gc. Kora shot 32 and finished 1 shot off the winning score of 31 by Erin Johnson.

Ke (Coco) Yang, shot 78-82 (160) at Cypress Ridge GC and finished in a tie for 9th on the Toyota Tour Championship Tour. Christian Lingamen, shot 77-79 (156) and was tied for 20th in the Boys Division.

That wrap’s it up for this week. Congratulations, to all of the young players who are working hard to improve their game!

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