From Monday July 29th through Tuesday July 30th, the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour held the Academy Cup Series #3. The tournament was made up of a 36-hole format with a field of six divisions that included the Tiger Woods Division Boys 16-18, Will Smith Division Boys 14-15, Ernie Els Division Boys 11-13, Bryson DeChambeau boys 10 and Under, Justin Timberlake Division Girls 14-18 and Justin Rose Girl 13 and Under division.
Miles Patterson was able to claim victory for the division after a playoff against Jake Schabes. Both players had totals of 156 strokes for the tournament, with final rounds of 75 and 76 respectively. Rounding up the top-three was Bennet Rasmussen with a total of 159 strokes to claim third-place honors.
Matthew Guthrie was able to seal his victory with rounds of 80 and 78, making 4 birdies over the week to finish at a two-day total of 158 strokes. Benjamin Chamberlin claimed runner-up honors with a total of 165 shots for the weekend with a final round of 82. Rounding up the top three was Dylan Drogemuller with a week total of 168 strokes for third place honors.
Luke Kruger was able to seal his victory with a first round 75 and a total of 160 strokes. Kruger made 3 birdies the last day to win by a two-shot margin over his closest competitor. Charles Davenport shot a total of 162 strokes with consistent rounds to claim solo runner-up honors for the division. Rounding up the top-three was Alexander Rasmussen with a total of 164 strokes to claim solo third-place honors.
Amy Beanblossom claimed first place honors after shooting rounds of 81 and 75 to win by a six-shot margin over her closest competitor. Beanblossom shot a total of 156 strokes and made 6 birdies over the week to win. Sarah Thornton and Kendall Farm had week totals of 162 shots to tie for runner-up honors and round up the top three.
Shyell Lowe claimed first place honors after shooting consisten rounds to win by an impressive margin over her closest competitor. Lowe had a weekend total of 190 strokes in order to win. Kari Teglia competed on Tuesday only and claimed runner-up honors for the division.
Boys 10 Under
Daniel Bergmann was our lone competitor for the division, with consistent rounds he was able to seal victory. Bergman improved the last day to finish at a total of 194 strokes for the tournament and take the win.