From Saturday, May 18 – Sunday, May 19, the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour held the Major Championship at Monarch Bay in San Leandro, CA. The tournament was made up of a 36-hole, two-day format and the field was made from five divisions that included the Tiger Woods Division Boys 16-18, Will Smith Division Boys 14-15, Ernie Els Division Boys 11-13, Justin Timberlake Division Girls 14-18, and the Justin Rose Division Girls 13 and Under.
Tom Anderson of Santa Rosa, CA took a strong lead in round one after shooting a 73 on day one. He Followed up with an impressive round of 84 on day two to secure a first place finish in the Tiger Woods division. Trey Jenkins finished with a 163 after both rounds to finish second and Jake Cox rounded out the top three with a score of 168.
Arjun Aujla of Greenbrae, CA performed well in round one with a stellar first day score of 80. Aujla was consistent in the second round, finishing day two with a score of 80. His 160 performance over the two day tournament secured him a first place finish.
Conrad Chisman of Stanwood, WA had a stellar performance on day one finishing with a 71 in the first round. Chisman had an even stronger performance in round two where he finished with a 67 on the day locking down a first place finish. Lequan Wang finished with a total score of 151 in the two-day event, the strong performance allowed him to finish in second place. Prithvi Dixit rounded out the top three performers with a total score of 183 in the two-day event.
Abigail Leighton of Santa Rosa, CA and Kathryn Robinson of American Canyon, CA finished the two day event tied for first place with a final score of 160. Kathryn Robinson took the early lead in the first round, posting a score of 77 and followed with a 83 on day two. Abigail Leighton finished with a score of 80 in both rounds to finish tied for the top spot. Kimberly Burch finished third in the event, finishing with a 162 following round two.
Gia Ahlowalia of San Ramon, CA took an early lead after the first round after finishing with a 84 on day one. Ahlowalia finished even stronger on day two with a 78 in the second round. Honorine Nobuta Ferry had a strong performance on day one, finishing with a 89. Honorine finished even better on day two with an 84.