Irene Park 2nd at Future Champions Golf National Tour Fall Championship

Irene Park, played consistent golf at Twin Oaks Golf Course, San Marcos, CA., in the Future Champions Golf National Fall ChampionshipIrene, played in the Girls 12-14 Division and shot 77-75 (152) to finish in 2nd place, 4 shot’s behind Karen Tsuru, who won the championship with a score of 148 (71-77).
Irene, struggled in her opening holes on day one, with a pair of double bogeys on 1 and 2.  She composed herself, and rebounded with a par on 3, birdie on 4, and pars on 5 and 6.  Back to back birdies on 7 and 8, and closed the front 9 with a par for a 37.  Unfortunately, Irene, made mistakes on 11 that resulted in a triple bogey, followed by another bogey on 12.  She finished the round with pars on 13 -18 for a first day score of 77. 
Irene’s, 2nd round got off to a great start with 3 birdies in her first 5 holes. A lone bogey on the eighth hole, left her with a -2 under par 34 on the front nine.  Mistakes caught up to Irene, on the 11th hole where she made another double bogey 6 and played the finishing 8 holes at +5 over par to post a 75. 
Irene, made 6 birdies in 2 day’s on the front nine.  Her front 9, two day score was -1 under par, while her 2 day back side score was +9 over par.
Irene, led the field with 6 birdies and was tied for 1st with 2 Birdie Or Better Streak.  She was 2nd in Scoring Average, 5th in Par 3 scoring, 2nd in Par 4 scoring and first in Par 5 scoring.
Amanda Lee, shot 79-75 (154) and finished in 3rd place in the Girls College Prep division.  Amanda, played the opening 9 holes with a 42 that was made up of 4 pars, 4 bogeys, and a double bogey.  The junior from Chatsworth, CA, came back on her back 9 with a solid +1 over par to shoot a 37 to go along with the front side 42.  Amanda got off to a great start by going +1 over par on 1 thru 13.  She made a bogey on 14, birdied 14 but made bogeys on 16 and 17 for her 75.  
Megan Lee, shot a pair of 83’s to finish in a tie for 4th in the Girls 14 and Under division.  Megan, started strong by being at even par thru 6 holes before a double bogey derailed her on the 7th hole. She made bogey on 9 and posted a +3, 39 on her front 9.  Another double bogey, emerged on the 10th hole before she made 3 par’s in a row before making bogey on 15.  It was downhill from there, as mistake’s caused her to go +5 over on her final 3 hole’s to post her 83.  Megan’s, 2nd day was made up by a 43 on the front 9 and a 40 on the back side (with 2 birdie’s).  
In JDT action at Brea Creek GC, David Kim, posted a 9 hole score of 39 to finish in a tie for 10th place in Boys 11 & under Division.  At Bell Gardens, David Kim, shot a 36 to finish in a tie for 5th place.  Kora Chiu, finished tied for 9th place with a 39 in the Girls 12 and over division.
Michelle Chang, played in the Fall Q-School for the Toyota Tour.  She was not satisfied with her score’s of 81-79 (160).  Michelle, was +1 over par on the 1st hole thru 12, before she fell apart on 13 thru 18, by going +8 over on her final 6 holes, to post an 81. 
The second day, Michelle, got off to another good start with a +1 over par thru 11 hole’s before she again, was unable to finish.  She was +6 on her finishing 7 holes, that resulted in a 79.

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