From Saturday July 20ththrough Sunday July 21st, the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour held the Cleveland Summer Jr. Open. The tournament was made up of a 36-hole format with a field of four divisions that included the Tiger Woods Division Boys 16-18, Will Smith Division Boys 14-15, Justin Timberlake Division Girls 14-18 and Justin Rose Girl 13 and Under division.
Tiger Woods Boys 16-18
Kyle Buzaki of Stow, OH was able to take home first place honors after a first round 72. Buzaki had a total of 149 strokes for the weekend to win by a one-shot margin over his closest competitor. Drew Covitt of Pepper Pike, OH had a weekend total of 150 strokes to finish with solo runner-up honors and consistent weekend rounds. Liam Ottaway of Pepper Pike, OH and Aaron Apticar of Canal Fulton, OH had weekend totals of 151 strokes and tied for third-place to round up the division.
Will Smith Boys 14-15
Aditya Reddy of Dublin, OH took first place honors after a final round 80. Reddy had a weekend total of 163 strokes in order to win by a five-shot margin. Griffin Hrabak of Medinah, OH had a weekend total of 168 strokes to finish with solo runner-up honors. Rounding up the top three was Dominik Cosic of Painesville, OH with a weekend total of 179 strokes to finish with solo third place honors.
Ernie Els 11-13
Justin Timberlake Girls 14-18
Olivia Swain of Uniontown, OH claimed first place honors after shooting a final round 77 to win by a margin of 2 strokes over her closest competitor. Swain shot a total of 158 strokes and made 3 birdies over the weekend to win. Tara Loughran of Pittsburgh, PA shot a weekend total of 160 strokes to claim solo runner-up honors. Rounding up the top-three was Madison Klinger of Eerie, PA with a weekend total of 165 strokes to claim third-place honors.
Justin Rose Girls U13
Isabella Goyette of Medina, OH claimed first place honors after shooting weekend rounds of 80 and 85 to win by an impressive margin over her closest competitor. Goyette had a weekend total of 165 strokes to win. Addison Hamann of Avon Lake, OH had a total of 195 strokes to claim solo runner-up honors for the weekend and consistent rounds.