Player Spotlight: Constanza Beamonte

It takes a lot for someone to come to another country and pursue something they love. Constanza Beamonte is from Zaragoza, Spain, and has been playing in the United States for the past year. Constanza has been playing in tournaments since she was 7 years old. When she was seven, she won her first regional championship and then won it again when she was 11 years old. She placed 4th in the Spanish championship. Constanza has also participated in international competitions in Ireland, the Dominican Republic, Portugal, and England, finishing in the top 3 for each tournament.

Beamonte says that she started playing golf at her club, La Peñaza when she was just 2 and a half years old. She played with her sister and now-best friends, and she loved attending the lessons. She said that she enjoys playing at her home club, because it feels like a second home to her. In the past year, Beamonte has played in 9 tournaments on the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour. She placed top-10 in every single one and finished top-3 in 8 of 9. In fact, she won her most recent tournament – the Parris Island Junior Open – shooting a 164 total over the two rounds, which was nine strokes ahead of the second-place finisher. We had the chance to talk to Beamonte after her big win at Parris Island.

Constanza Beamonte

What do you enjoy about the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour?

“I love the competition and the challenge of playing against other talented young golfers who are also my friends. It’s also a great opportunity to meet new people, new courses and make friends from all over the world. But most importantly, I enjoy the feeling of accomplishment after playing well against players older than me and achieving my goals.”

How did it feel to get your most recent win on the Hurricane Tour?

Winning the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour was an incredible feeling. It was especially rewarding because I wasn’t feeling well during the tournament, especially on Saturday when I started to feel bad on the 8th hole, but I was determined to push through and give it my best shot. I later found out I had bronchitis. When I won, it was a huge confidence boost and it showed me that I can achieve anything I set my mind to

How do you like to prepare for a tournament?

My preparation for a tournament usually starts a few weeks beforehand. I train every day from Monday to Friday and play on weekends. On the day of the tournament I try to be quiet, and listen to the music I like. I also study the course layout and try to visualize myself playing each hole. I make sure I do my warm-up routine and eat healthy foods, I always carry some energy bars and a banana in my bag.

What are your career aspirations?

I would like to come back to the US in a few years and play the leagues here, play the PGA or the US Open. I am hoping to get a scholarship to continue studying in the US and become a professional golfer. My ultimate goal is to become a professional golfer. I know it will take a lot of hard work and dedication, but I am willing to put in the effort to achieve my dream.

What do you want people to know about you?

As a girl who is 13 years old, I love spending time with my family and friends, my dog Lola, as well as enjoying music and cooking. I make a very good Spanish omelette. I love Spain my home country, the beach, and the sea.

The Hurricane Junior Golf Tour prides itself on being an international tour, and Constanza is a shining example of the growth of junior golf around the world. We are honored to have her play on our tour and look forward to seeing what she will accomplish in her bright future.


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