From Saturday, March 23 – Sunday, March 24, the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour held the College Prep Series at University of Louisville at University of Louisville Golf Club in Louisville, KY. The tournament was made up of a 36-hole, two-day format and the field was made from 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 Division Boys 10 and Under, Justin Timberlake Division Girls 14-18, and the Justin Rose Division Girls 13 and Under.
Cm Mixon of Bowling Green, KY was the champion of the Tiger Woods Division, as he shot an impressive 71 both days. Just three strokes behind him was second-place winner Davis Money of Louisville, KY with 145 strokes. Rounding out the division was Jack Haller of Marietta, GA with 151 strokes.
The competition was fierce in the Will Smith Division, as there was a two-way tie for first place. Noah Kirsch of Lancaster, WI and Lucas Bischoff of Louisville, KY both finished at the top of their division with 158 strokes. They went into a playoff afterwards, where Kirsch ended up on top. Drew Tinsley of Louisville, KY rounded out the division with 170 strokes.
Ronald Osborne of Barbourbille, KY was the champion of the Ernie Els Division, as he finished out the weekend with a grand total of 162 strokes. Grant Broughton of Owensboro, KY earned the second-place spot with 167 strokes. Just two strokes behind Broughton was Spencer Stuke of Delafield, WI.
Claire Solovic of Imperial, MO captured the first-place finish in the Justin Timberlake Division with a 2-day total of 148 strokes. Sadie Pan of Clarksville, TN earned the second-place spot with 153 strokes. Maggie Schaffer of Indianapolis, IN earned the last podium spot with 157 strokes.
Leading off the Justin Rose Division was Trinity Beth of Calvert City, KY with 154 strokes. Right behind her was Emma Lindemoen of Prospect, KY with 197 strokes.
Boys 10 Under
Luc Kelty of Louisville, KY won first place in the Bryson DeChambeau Division with 163 strokes. Aaron Didjunas of McKeesport, PA won second place, just two strokes behind Kelty. Brycen Tisch of Zionsville, IN captured the last spot on the podium with 171 strokes.