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FCG Memorial Day Championship at Carlton Oaks

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Future Champions Golf celebrated this past Memorial Day Weekend with several events in various locations. This recap will focus on the Memorial Day Championship at Carlton Oaks in Santee, CA. The event held at Carlton Oaks, one of the most challenging courses in San Diego, would be the stage for the 12 and under division but also played host to one of our collegiate events! Though the course played as tough as ever, players did their best to go low on the challenging track and many made this event one to remember. Before we kick off the main event recap we will start things off by reviewing the FCG Memorial Day Collegiate Championship.

Collegiate

The FCG Memorial Day Collegiate Championship would play from the black tees at nearly 7200 yards, a championship distance if ever there was one. Frank Frisbee became our champion after shooting 85-78 for a two day total of 163(+19). Mateo Valles took home the second place award after he shot 81-90 for a tournament total of 171(+27). Finally, Vincent Martinico shot 93-88 for a two day total of 181(+37), and is awarded the third place trophy for his efforts.FullSizeRender (3)

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Moving on to our FCG Memorial Day Championship (7-12), all 11-12 divisions and the Boys 9-10 division would play 18 holes each day for a total of 36. The remaining divisions, Girls 9-10 and all 8 and under divisions, played 9 holes each day for a total of 18 holes.

11-12                                        

We kick off this World Series event recap with the Boys 11-12 division who played the gold tees at roughly 5800 yards. Kyle An from Aliso Viejo, CA shot 75-74 for a two day total of 149(+5). Second place was awarded to Ethan Yen from Azusa, CA after shooting 80-71 for a tournament total of 151(+7). Third place went to Rei Harashima from Chula Vista, CA after he shot 71-81 for a two day total of 152(+8).FullSizeRender (1)

The Girls 11-12 division would come into scoring next after two days of play from the red tees at 5100 yards. Isabella Ranches from San Diego, CA would trail after day one but would end up winning, shooting 84-81 for a two day total of 165(+21). Keira Wang from Palos Verdes Estates, CA took home the second place plaque after she shot 83-85 to total 168(+24) for the tournament. Third place was awarded to Jiya Dalal from San Diego, CA after she shot 83-86 for a two day total of 169(+14).FullSizeRender

9-10

The Boys 9-10 division would be the final division to play 36 holes from the red tees. Kush Arora from Pleasanton, CA shot 74-73 for a two day total of 147(+3) and is awarded with the first place trophy. Chris Anguelov from San Diego took home the second place award after he shot 90-97 for a two day total of 187(+43). Meanwhile, the Girls 9-10 division featured Chloe Griffith, who shot identical 41-41 to total 82(+10) for the tournament, as the champion at the end of play.FullSizeRender (2)

8 and Under

The second division to play 18 holes from their own special FCG tees was the 8 and under division. Connor Herrera from Stevenson Ranch, CA would shoot 38-43 for a two day total of 81(+9) and became this year’s boys 9-10 division champion. Second place was awarded to Thomas Browning from Carlsbad, CA would shoot 43-39 for a two day total of 82(+10). Finally, Daniel Chazen from La Jolla, CA would shoot 46-40 for a two day total of 86(+14) to take home the third place trophy.FullSizeRender (5)

Finishing off the event from the FCG tees and last to come in to scoring was the Girls 8 and under division. Summer Schafer from Ramona, CA shot 43-45 to total 88(+16) for the tournament and takes home the first place trophy after some solid play. Zoe Salinas from San Diego, CA took home second place after shooting 50-51 for a two day total of 101(+15).FullSizeRender (4)

Future Champions Golf would like to extend thanks to all staff, volunteers, players, and of course, the parents. Without all of you, FCG would not be able to provide the competitive and exciting atmosphere that we have all come to enjoy at events of this magnitude. Future Champions Golf would also like to recognize Carlton Oaks Country Club for all their assistance and allowing us to host our event at their facility. Finally, we would like to offer a special thank you to Callaway golf for providing one dozen Callaway Chrome Soft golf balls and a hat as a tee prize to all competitors. Once again thank you for all the support, we look forward to making your next experience with Future Champions Golf as rewarding as this one!

Please note that Future Champions Golf sends full recap and results of each MULTI-ROUND tournament to every US College Golf Coach Men’s and Women’s and all ranking systems.

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