From April 22-23, the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour held the Pennsylvania Spring Junior Open. The tournament was made up of a 27-hole format with a field of six divisions that included the Boys 16-18 Division, Boys 14-15 Division, Boys 11-13 Division, Boys Under 10 Division, Girls 14-18 Division, and Girls Under 13 Division. Only 9 holes were played during Round 1 on Saturday, April 22nd.
Andrew Ekstrom from York, PA was the first-place finisher this weekend. Ekstrom brought in scores of 37 and 73 for a combined total of 110 for the weekend. Samuel Breton Gagnon from Quebec City, Canada and Caleb Itzoe from Phoenix, MD tied for the runner ups for the weekend. Brenton Gagnon’s scores of 38 and 73 and Itzoe’s scores of 37 and 74 both combined to tie for a weekend total of 111.
Colby Komancheck from Royersford, PA was the first-place finisher this weekend. Komancheck brought in scores of 35 and 79 for a combined total of 114 for the weekend. Will Johnson from Berwyn, PA was the runner up for the weekend with scores of 37 and 83 for a combined total of 120. Nicky Nemo from Bryn Mawr, PA finished the top three honors with scores of 41 and 81 for a weekend total of 122.
Dane Mohap from Nazareth, PA was the first-place finisher this weekend. Mohap brought in scores of 37 and 79 for a combined total of 116 for the weekend. Sebastian Meyer from South Abington Township, PA was the runner up for the weekend with scores of 46 and 96 for a combined total of 142.
Elena Zreik from Sleepy Hollow, NY was the first-place finisher this weekend. Zreik brought in scores of 33 and 78 for a combined total of 111 for the weekend. Stefania Fedun from Glenmoore, PA was the runner up for the weekend with scores of 42 and 75 for a combined total of 117. Mia Poirier from Victoriaville, Canada finished the top three honors with scores of 40 and 79 for a weekend total of 119.
Grace Rotatori from Stamford, CT was the first-place finisher this weekend. Rotatori brought in scores of 51 and 97 for a combined total of 148 for the weekend.
Boys 10 Under
Liam Rotatori from Stamford, CT was the first-place finisher this weekend. Rotatori brought in scores of 35 and 84 for a combined total of 119 for the weekend.
About Hurricane Junior Golf Tour
The Hurricane Junior Golf Tour (HJGT) was founded in 2007 with the intention of providing junior golfers between the ages of 8-18 an opportunity to play exceptional courses in a competitive environment. The tour’s vision is to provide superb hospitality and make every event a memorable one. With play open to both males and females, nearly every junior golfer is eligible to participate on the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour. Currently the HJGT is the largest multi-day junior golf tour in the United States hosting more 2-day nationally ranked events than any other tour. The HJGT has been able to achieve this goal by running the most professional events and providing an exceptional value to all of our players and families over the last 14 years.
Based out of Orlando, FL, the HJGT administers events all across the country. In 2021, the HJGT will conduct events in Alabama, Arizona, California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and Canada. Juniors will compete in 1 of 6 divisions which are: Boys 16-18, Boys 14-15, Boys 11-13, Boys under 10, Girls 14-18, and Girls Under 13. Click here to view approximate yardages for each division. The HJGT season is based on a calendar year and players earn points throughout the season towards year end honors beginning December 31, 2021.
For more information regarding the 2017 HJGT Tour, please visit our website at www.hjgt.org, call the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour headquarters at (407) 614-2962, or email email@example.com.