The Hurricane Junior Golf Tour traveled to Litchfield, AZ to host the Phoenix Junior Open at Wigwam Gold Resort on November 11-12. The players enjoyed some great weather on both days to post some great scores. Every player showed off their skills, and had a blast competing against one another at this great golf course.
Mason Quagliata of Scottsdale, AZ is the boys 16-18 champion. Mason won his division after a couple playoff holes with an impressive 72 on Saturday and a 75 on Sunday for a two-day total of 147. 2nd place went to Beau Reutter of Phoenix, AZ who also scored a two-day total of 147 (72-75). Brady Arnett of Woodbury, MN finished in 3rd with a two-day total of 148 (74-74). These competitors showed off their experience as they seemed to get better as the round went on.
Charles Van Slyck of Scottsdale, AZ is the champion of the boys 14-15 division. Patrick showed his composure as he finished with great scores on both days. He posted a first round score of 76 and a second-round score of 73 for a total of 149. From Scottsdale, AZ Jacob Tarkany came in 2nd after finishing with a two-day total of 152 (80-72). Finishing in 3rd place from Scottsdale, AZ was Mikey Russello after posting a two-day score of 162 (77-85). All the players really enjoyed playing with each other as they each stayed determined.
Winning the boys 11-13 division from Leawood, KS was Chance Rinkol. Chance ended up scoring an impressive 73 on Saturday and a 77 on Sunday (150). Coming in 2nd place after scoring a two-day total of 175 (87-88) was Saketh Amble from Peoria, AZ. These players showed great focus in competing, and enjoying playing every hole.
Maddie Laux of Goodyear, AZ is the girls 14-18 champion. Maddie had an impressive 70 on Saturday and followed it up with an impressive 73 on Sunday (143). Finishing in 2nd from Scottsdale, AZ was Millburn Ho who posted a two-day total of 148 (75-73). Finishing in 3rd place was Abbey Schutte from Goodyear, AZ after scoring a two-day total of 153 (76-77). All the players did a great job competing with one another while also learning new skills to their game.