From Saturday, May 4 – Sunday, May 5, the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour held the Second City Showcase Presented by the Golf Practice at Ravinia Green Country Club in Deerfield, IL. 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, Bryson DeChambeau Division Boys 10 and Under, and the Justin Timberlake Division Girls 14-18.
Tiger Woods Boys 16-18
Danny Fisher of Lake Forest, IL finished on top of the podium in the Tiger Woods Division, as he finished with 149 strokes. Jackson Bussell of Lincolnshire, IL earned the silver with 156 strokes. Rounding out the podium was Colin Jasper of Lake Forest, IL as he finished just one stroke behind Bussell.
Will Smith Boys 14-15
Issa Kuwahara of Northbrook, IL won the first-place title in the Will Smith Division as he finished with 168 strokes. Eric Schall of Glen Ellyn, IL earned second with 182 strokes. Zach Bergman of Lemont, IL was the third-place finisher as he finished with 186 strokes.
Ernie Els 11-13
Aidan Gutierrez of Valparaiso, IN captured the gold in the Ernie Els Division, as he finished with a grand 147 strokes. Ryan Banas of Winnetka, IL earned the second-place spot with 150 strokes. There was a tie for the bronze, as Spencer Stuke of Delafield, WI and Edward Scott of Lemont, IL each finished with 170 strokes.
Justin Timberlake Girls 14-18
Elizabeth Lyon of Lake Forest, IL finished at the top of the podium in the Justin Timberlake Division. She finished out the tournament with 172 strokes. Right behind her fell Amy Beanblossom of Winnetka, IL with 179 strokes. Gianna Martino of Lake Forest, IL earned the last spot on the podium with 193 strokes.
Justin Rose Girls U13
Boys 10 Under
Finishing with 89 strokes after the first round and 85 strokes after the second round caused William Cui of Lake Forest, IL to become the champion of the Bryson DeChambeau Division. Liam Kelly of Winnetka, IL earned the silver as he finished with 192 strokes.