Qualifying for the FCG Gold Program this week:
- Shu You Chou – Girls Qualifier
- Go Nakatsukasa – Boys Qualifier
- How to qualify for FCG Gold?
Winner of Each Age Division has qualifier for the 2019 FCG Callaway World Championship!
This past weekend the FCG National Tour headed to San Marcos, CA Twin Oaks GC . The Par 72 6,535-yard course is known for their fast greens. Both beautiful and challenging you can always expect an exciting day of golf here. Apart from the course the top finishers in each age division earn an exemption into next years FCG Callaway World Championship. Lets see how everybody did…
For the Girls College Prep division, who played the white tees, in first place at a score of 150 was Shu You Chou. She shot rounds of 78 and 72 and took advantage of the second day. Coming in second place with rounds of 79 and 75 was Elise Sumner, while third place was taken home by Ashley Knepshield with rounds of 82 and 74.
The Boys College Prep division, who played the blue tees, had Go Nakatsukasa come in first place after rounds of 72 and 68 for a 140 total. Coming in second place was Samuel Choi with rounds of 71 and 77 with a total of 148, while third place was taken home by Declan Lane after rounds of 74 and 75 with a total of 149.
In the Girls 13-14 division, who played the red tees, we had Mia Edgar shoot rounds of 80 and 85 to take home first place with a total of 165.The Girls 12 and Under division played the red tees and had Jaylen Wan came in first place with rounds of 82 and 85 for a total of 167. Coming in second place was Amelia Chavez who had rounds of 99 and 97 for a total of 196.
For the Boys 13-14 division, who played the white tees, we had Arthur Venderby come in first place with rounds of 75 and 70 for a total of 145. Coming in second place was Philippe Yturralde with rounds of 73 and 75 for a total of 148, while Nathan Sampson took home third place with rounds of 79 and 71 for a total of 150.For the Boys 11-12 division, who also played the red tees, taking home the first place trophy was Carter Gaede after rounds of 73 and 79 for a total of 152.
The Boys 10 and Under division played the red tees and had Taiki Matsuya came in first place with rounds of 76 and 76 for a total of 152. Coming in second place was Anthony Chung who had rounds of 110 and 97 for a total of 207.
Congratulations to all players, parents, spectators, and staff at Twin Oaks in helping us have another successful FCG event. See you at the next one!