On Saturday October 6 – Sunday October 7, 2018 The Hurricane Junior Golf Tour held the Major Championship at Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain, GA. 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 U10, Justin Rose Division Girls U13, and the Justin Timberlake Division Girls 14-18.
Matthew Soucinek captured the first-place finish at the Major Championship at Callaway Gardens in the Tiger Woods Boys 16-18 division with a 2-day total of 144 (71-73). With solid play both days, Soucinek was able to hold off Brooks Gineris by only 3 shots having him place for second with a total of 147. Rounding out the division was Robert Davidson with a 2-day total of 150.
In the Will Smith Boys 14-15 division, Noah Kirsch took home first place this weekend by shooting a 2-day total of 144. Solid play in the second round allowed Kirsch to take victory over Jimmy Coleman and Andrew Kim, who finished tied for second with a 2-day total of 145.
Luke Powell did not disappoint in the Ernie Els boys 11-13 division as he carded rounds of 70-74 to win in his division over Gavin Girard who carded rounds of 74-74 to claim 2nd place. Aidan Cohl shot a 2-day total of 150 (75-75) to take a solo 3rd place finish.
Alle Galla ended up with the first-place finish in the Justin Timberlake Girls 14-18 Division by carding a total of 152 (75-77). With consistent rounds, Galla was able to hold off Julia McLaughlin by 2 shots. Rounding out the division was Sanika Kulkarni who shot a 2-day total of 155 to claim 3rd place.
In the Justin Rose Girls U13 division, Lisa Copeland took home the victory by firing a 2-day total of 158. Vilda Westh-Blanc followed behind with a 2-day total of 162 to take a solo 2nd finish. Rounding out the division is Molly Davidson who finished with a 2-day total of 166.
Boys 10 Under
Congragulations to Leo Huddleston for placing first in the Bryson Dechambeau boys U10 division as he carded rounds of 82-95 to win