This past weekend the FCG National Tour headed to Escondido, Ca. The Vineyard at Escondido is considered one of the finest facilities in San Diego. The Par 70 6,531-yard course winds through a scenic landscape of verdant wetlands, set against stunning mountain vistas, and acres of untouched wildlife preserves. Both charming and challenging you can always expect an enjoyable day of golf here. Apart from the course the top finishers in each age division earn an exemption into this years FCG Callaway World Championship. Lets see how everybody did…
For the Girls college prep division, who played the white tee we had a 3-way tie for first place at a score of 148. Shooting rounds of 76 and 72 Yuree Huh took advantage of her spot in the playoff, winning on the first hole. Coming in second place with rounds of 77 and 71 was Kornkamol Sukaree while third place was taken home by Catalin Yturralde with rounds of 75 and 73.
The Boys College Prep division, who played the blue tee, had Blake Petchel come in first place after rounds of 71 and 70 for a 141 total. Coming in second place was Blake Iwaisako with rounds of 77 and 72 while third place was taken home by Vedanth Gaitonde after rounds of 76 and 73 both with totals of 149.
For the Girls 13-14 division, who played the silver tee, we had Yuan Yuan Yu shoot rounds of 68 and 74 to take home first place with a total of 142. Coming in second place was Kailani Dugdale with rounds of 79 and 80 for a total of 159 and coming in third place was Sofina Firouzi with rounds of 85 and 76 for a total of 161.
For the Boys 13-14 division, who played the white tee, we had Chengfeng Xie come in first place with rounds of 71 and 73 for a total of 144. Coming in second place was Nathan Sampson with rounds of 78 and 72 for a total of 150 while Rei Harashima took home third place with rounds of 75 and 77 for a total of 152.
The Girls 12 and Under division played the silver tee and had Summer Schafer come in first place with rounds of 87 and 77 for a total of 164. Coming in second place was Jaylen Wan who had rounds of 88 and 92 for a total of 180. Taking home third place was Jessica Hudson after rounds of 100 and 99 for a 199 total.
For the Boys 11-12 division who also played the silver tee, it was the battle of the Elijah’s. Taking home the first place trophy was Elijah Goulbourne after rounds of 88 and 81 for a total of 169. Coming in second place was Elijah Jean-Baptiste after rounds of 97 and 118 for a total of 215. Pictured with them is the Boys 10 and under Champion, Horry Ren who had a total of 170 after rounds of 88 and 82.
*** The winner of each age division at this event earns an Exemption into the 2018 FCG Callaway World Championship at Westin Mission Hills Resort on July 16-18, 2018! Congratulations to all our Champions!
Congratulations to all players, parents, spectators, and staff at the Vineyard in helping us have another successful FCG event. See you at the next one!