The Hurricane Junior Golf Tour held the Maryland Fall Jr. Open from September 28-29, 2019. The tournament was made up of a 36-hole format with a field of 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 Justin Rose Division Girls Under 13.
Manley Garnett III from Lynchburg, Virginia clinched the division title with scores of 69 and 67 for a combined total of 136 for the weekend. He shot 4 birdies Saturday and 4 Sunday. Jonathan Tark of Montgomery, Alabama sealed the second place title with scores of 71 and 69 for a total score of 140. Tark put up 4 birdies Saturday and 6 Sunday. Graham Kalan of Alexandria, Virginia sealed the third place title with scores of 71 and 72 for a total score of 143.
Jake Roth of Rockville, Maryland stole the champion position with scores of 72 and 75 for a total of 147 for the weekend. Roth finished with 2 birdies and 3 bogies. Peter Barros of Bethesda, Maryland is our runner up this weekend. Barros put up scores of 77 and 75 for a total of 152. Preston Worch out of Rockville, Maryland concludes the division with third place. Worch’s scores consisted of 80 and 75 for a total of 155 for the weekend.
Aiden Patel from Ashburn, Virginia was the first-place finisher this weekend. Patel brought in scores of 81 and 75 with a combined score of 156. Mason Duhaime from Potomac Falls, Virginia was the second-place finisher with scores of 78 and 78 for a total of 157. Alexander McClain of Reston, Virginia came in third with scores of 82 and 87 for a total of 169.
Maddie Mccully of Knoxville, Maryland led her division as she finished with scores of 79 and 80 for a grand total of 159 for the weekend. Gabriella Mead of Miami, Florida took home the second place title with scores of 81 and 79 for a total of 160. Rounding out the division was Emily McAninch of Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. McAninch had scores of 91 and 85 for a total of 176.
Megan Kirkpatrick of Glenwood, Maryland came out as champion with scores of 72 and 79 for a total of 151. Leela Kenwood of Bethesda, Maryland finished the weekend in second place with scores of 96 and 98 for a total of 194.