On Saturday March 2, the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour held the College Prep Series at Vanderbilt at Vanderbilt Legends Club in Franklin, TN. The tournament was made up of an 18-hole, one-day format, due to inclement weather. 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 Under 10, Justin Timberlake Division Girls 14-18, and the Justin Rose Division Girls 13 and Under.
It was a tight race in the Tiger Woods Division, as there was a three-way tie for first place. Foster Wood of Signal Mountain, TN, Devin Speight of Old Hickory, TN, and Will Brown of Jackson, TN all finished with 73 strokes. After the playoff, Foster Wood ended up on top.
Leading off the Will Smith Division was Sam Levine of Chattanooga, TN with 79 strokes. Sam Johnson of Nashville, TN earned the second-place spot just one stroke shy of Levine. Rounding out the division was Aidan Collier of Greeneville, TN with 82 strokes.
Jackson Herrington of Franklin, TN was on his game Saturday, which caused him to capture the first-place title in the Ernie Els Divison. He finished out the day with 71 strokes. Maddox Crowder of Lafayette, TN and Luke Beadles of Nolensville, TN rounded out the division with 75 and 77 strokes respectively.
Brooke Biermann of Wildwood, MO was the champion of the Justin Timberlake Division, as she finished with 73 strokes. Victoria England of Oakland, TN was the second-place finisher with 75 strokes. Right behind England, there was a three-way tie for third. Claire Solovic of Imperial, MO, Shelly Jang of Franklin, TN, and Taryn Overstreet of Jackson, MO each finished with 76 strokes.
The Justin Rose Division was no match for Isabel Brozena of North Reading, MA. She finished on top with a grand total of 91 strokes.
Boys 10 Under
Jacob Holzer of Louisville, KY was the champion of the Bryson DeChambeau Division as he rounded out the day with 82 strokes. Luc Kelty of Louisville, KY got the silver trophy with 89 strokes. Lyoto Bellon of Saint Louis, MO earned the last spot in the top three with 91 strokes.