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Kids Tour 9.9: Loma Club

Yesterday the Kids Tour headed to one of out favorite little courses: The Loma Club (formerly Sail Ho). Dating back to the early 1900s, The Loma Club was originally part of the historic San Diego Country Club, which merged with A.G. Spalding’s Point Loma Golf Club in 1914 to create a San Diego landmark that has been in existence for over a century. The Loma Club presently features state of the art fairways, greens and practice facilities designed by renowned San Diego architect, Cary Bickler. Now let’s see how our participants did:

First up for the girls 13-14 division, we had Queen Igbineweka shoot 32 for first, Muzi Wei in second with a 33 and coming in third place was Carissa Freeman with a 37.


For the boys 11-12 division, we had Kayden Wang shoot a 36 for first and Ryan McCormick shot a 42 for second.


In the girls 11-12 division, we saw Erica Freeman with a score of 34, Malia Matsuura shot 35 for second and coming in third place with a score of 39 was Danica Williams.


In the boys 9-10 division, Caden Matsuura shot 31 for first, Horry Ren shot 32 for second and coming in third place was Hudson Brady Barmazel with a score of 38.


For the boys 7-8 division, we had Enzo Taylor shoot 43 for first, Ryan Avalos shot 45 for second and there was a tie for third place at 46 between Jashaun Bellard and Sage Brandon. Ties are determined by a card-off, going hole 9 backwards with Sage taking home the trophy.


For the girls 7-8 division, we had Emma Molina shoot 43 for first and second went to Janette Dunn with a score of 45. Pictured with them was our 6-under girls champ, Taj Brandon who shot 48.


Rounding out our divisions is the boys 6-under division was Dane Van Rowell with a score of 44 and in second was Marco Torres with a sore of 47.


Shout out to all participants, placers, parents and of course The Loma Club staff for hosting us this past weekend! Until next time, kids tour… Tournament Schedule

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