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FCG National Tour Rose Bowl Championship

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Future Champions Golf heads a course right next to the USC Trojan’s home field in Pasadena for the FCG National Tour Rose Bowl Championship. Brookside Golf Club offers two different courses, and FCG was lucky enough to be able to play both. The first day offered bright skies and slight breezes which challenged the players. The second day, though threatened by rain in many forecasts, turned out to be a beautiful sunny day with strong winds for nearly the entire round. The first course, created by Koiner, was all about making par for most players, but the E.O. Nay course opened up allowing players to go as low as they could manage. This exciting golf is just what we aim for at Future Champions Golf so without further ado, let’s begin the champion spotlight.

FCG Rose Bowl Championship

College Prep

Beginning with the boys, bobby Kim from La Puente, Ca put on quite a show, coming from behind victory after shooting 77-65 for a two day total of 142(E). Second place was awarded to Ambroze Abbracciamento from Washington Crossing, PA after he shot 74-69 for a tournament total of 143(+1). Kyle Stewart from Fresno, CA takes home third place after shooting 77-72 for a total of 149(+7) after two days. Next up is the Girls college prep division.

FCG Rose Bowl Championship

The Girls College Prep division displays some incredible play and after two days on two different courses, Kornkamol Sukaree from Anaheim, CA takes home the victory after shooting 78-73 for a two day total of 151(+5). Kiana Oshiro from Central Point, OR shot 77-75 for a two day total of 152(+6) and took home the second place award for her efforts. Third place is awarded to Precious Saelee from Walnut, CA after she shot 82-84 for a tournament total of 166(+13).

Congratulations to all players in our College prep divisions, we look forward to your next FCG National Tour event.

FCG Rose Bowl Championship

13-14

The Boys 13-14 divisions is the next division into the books after the college prep players finish. First place is awarded to Brian Arnold from La Canada, CA after he shot 77-73 for a total of 150(+8) after two days of play. Justin Zandi from Altadena, CA shot 85-74 for a two day total of 159(+17) and takes home the second place award. Lastly, Andrew Ricci from La Canada, CA would shoot 89-80 for a tournament total of 169(+27).

FCG Rose Bowl Championship

In the Girls 14 and under division, Ashley Yun from La Crescenta, CA takes home the champions award after shooting 86-82 for a two day total of 168(+22). Second place is awarded to Mariana Garcia Rosette from San Ysidro, CA after shooting 103-95 for a two day total of 198(+52).

Congratulations to all players in our 13-14 divisions, we look forward to your next FCG National Tour event.

FCG Rose Bowl Championship

11-12 & 10 and under

Finishing off our Rose Bowl Championship at Brookside Golf Club, is the Boys 11-12 divisions followed by the Boys 10 and under division. Simon Rodriguez from Las Vegas, NV is our champion in the Boys 11-12 division, after he shot 91(+20) on the E.O. Nay course. Logan Kim from Los Angeles, CA shot 77(+6) and took home the first place award for the boys 10 and under division. Second place is awarded to Ethan Hong from Los Angeles, CA after he shot 88(+17). Kent Karlstrom from Rancho Mirage, CA shot 90(+19) and took home the third place medal. Congratulations to all players in the Boys 11-12 and Boys 10 and under divisions. We look forward to having you at the next event.

FCG Rose Bowl Championship

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 Brookside Golf 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 SKLZ for providing a practice pod as a tee prize to all competitors. We would also like to recognize EPSON for providing four M-Tracer units for each of our champions in the Boys and girls college prep and 13-14 divisions. 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!

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