On Saturday September 8 – Sunday September 9, 2018 The Hurricane Junior Golf Tour held the Major Championship at Gold Mountain in Bremerton, WA. 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.
Tiger Woods Boys 16-18
Gyan Bains of Olympia, WA captured the first-place finish at the Major Championship at Golf Mountain in the Tiger Woods Boys 16-18 division with a 2-day total of 148 (76-72). With solid play both days, Bains was able to hold off Wyatt Bevill with a stellar golf game.
Will Smith Boys 14-15
In the Will Smith Boys 14-15 division Bailey Bjornson took home first place this weekend in shooting a 2-day total of 143. Solid play in the second round allowed Bjornson to take victory over Aditya Sinha who finished second with a 2 day total of 183. Rounding out the division was Ty Hagen who finished 3 shots behind Sinha to claim a 3rd place finish.
Ernie Els 11-13
Conrad Chisman did not disappoint in the Ernie Els boys 11-13 division as he carded rounds of 73-72 to win in his division over Justin Bjornson who carded rounds of 71-74 to claim 2nd place. Behind Bjornson was Luke Powell who shot a 2-day total of 147 (73-74) to take a solo 3rd place finish.
Justin Timberlake Girls 14-18
Kelsey Yi ended up with the first-place finish in the Justin Timberlake Girls 14-18 Division by carding a total of 156(75-81). With consistent rounds, Yi was able to hold off Mehr Luthra by 2 shots and claiming 2nd place. Rounding out the division was Wenna Zhang who shot a 2-day total of 166 to claim a 3rd place finish.
Justin Rose Girls U13
Congratulations to Olivia Jang taking home 1st place in the Girls U13 division with a total score of 173.
Boys 10 Under
Floyd Villanueva did not disappoint in the Bryson Dechambeau boys U10 division as he carded rounds of 80-84 to win in his division over Eli Landesberg of Bellevue, WA who carded rounds of 88-110 to claim 2nd place.