The Hurricane Junior Golf Tour was in Detroit, MI to host the Detroit Junior Open on October 14 – October 15, hosted by Fox Hills Golf Club. Competitors were able to battle through tough storms and relentless winds all weekend long. The HJGT would like to thank the amazing staff members at Fox Hills for their hospitality and ensuring the best possible playing conditions for our field, even through the tough storms.
Tiger Woods Boys 16-18
It took 38 holes to determine our Boys 16-18 champion, who was Robby Golobo. Golobo outlasted Dylan Angelo in a sudden death playoff to take home the first place trophy. Angelo, of Lockport, NY took home second place honors. Connor Lenhart, of Ottawa Lake, MI, finished in third place with a two-day score of 161(85-76).
Will Smith Boys 14-15
Gaige Keane, of Temperance, MI, is our boys 14-15 Champion. Keane posted a total score of 174 (85-89). In Second place we have Caden Musa. The Canton, MI native was able to navigate the golf course a produce a score strong enough for second place.
Ernie Els 11-13
Halsey Bosart is our boys 11-13 Champion. The Clarkston, MI native posted an impressive two-day score of 170 (87-83). Bosart’s impressive set of skills allowed him to navigate around a challenging course and edge out the competition.
Justin Timberlake Girls 14-18
Our Girls 14-18 Champion is Reika Fujiwara of Novi, MI. Fujiwara posted a two-day score of 211 (100-111). In second place we have Alandria Bellamy. The Pontiac, MI native shot a 119 on Saturday and 120 on Sunday which placed her into 2nd place.
Justin Rose Girls U13
Kathryn Schaefer, of Bristle, TN is the girls U13 Champion. Schaefer produced an 80 on Saturday and 89 on Sunday which gave her the first place trophy. In second place we have Peyton Costabile of Ayr, ON. Costabile shot a two-day total of 183(92-91). Rounding out the division, we have Avi Gill in third place. The Northville, MI native produced scores of 103 and 93 on Saturday and Sunday respectively.
Boys 10 Under
Our boys U10 Champion is Gabriel Yazdani. Yazdani, from London, ON, scored 93 and 89 on Saturday and Sunday respectively. Though Gabriel was the only competitor in his division, he showed the skills, sportsmanship, and love for the game that is needed by all champion golfers.