GPGA Junior Players Working Hard To Be As Good As They Can Be, On The Day They are Competing! Nothing More!

Andy Yu, played in the Fullerton Fall Championship at Fullerton Golf Club. Andy, shot a 45 and finished in 9th place in the Boys 9-11 Division. Andy, is going through a swing change to allow him to synchronize his arm’s, upper body and lower body, together. Young player’s have a tendency to get “out of sync” by trying to hit the ball too hard when their bodies won’t allow them to stay connected at increased speed’s. Patience is required.

Samson Li, shot 44 and finished in 3rd place at the Santa Anita Fall Championship. Samson, a 10 year old is the brother of Trussy Li, who has accepted a scholarship to play golf for Denver University, next fall. Samson, compete’ in the Boys 9-11 Division.

Kyle Lam, finished in a tie for 6th place in the David L. Baker Fall Championship. Kyle, shot 68 (+6).

In JDT action, Steve (Jing Yang) Zhang, shot a 37, +6 over par to place tied for 6th at the JDT Fall Championship @ Rancho Duarte Golf Course.

Bella Yang, tied for 5th place in the Girls 12-14 Division. The young up and coming player is working hard to control her mental game and expectation’s during competition. Bella, shot an 80, but got off to a good start by going +1 over par on the first 11 hole’s! Unfortunately, she got to thinking about her score and then went, +5 over on her final 7 hole’s. She was able to birdie the 18th hole. A big +.

Congratulations to everyone’s good play and effort, to make them as good, as they can be, for “that day!”

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