From September 21st to the 22nd, the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour held the South Jersey Jr. Open. 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, Bryson DeChambeau Division Boys Under 10, Justin Timberlake Division Girls 14-18, and Justin Rose Division Girls Under 13.
Joseph Giamanco from Middletown, New Jersey brought home the championship title bringing in scores of 78 and 75 for a combined total of 153 for the weekend. He shot 4 birdies this weekend. Luke Kelly from Wayne, Pennsylvania was the runner up for the weekend. Kelly put up scores of 77 and 83 for a combined total of 160. Scoring 84 and 78 for a total of 162 was Tommy Coffey the third place champion.
Davis Perry from Far Hills, New Jersey clinched the champion position with scores of 105 and 117 for a total of 222 for the weekend. Ishan Madan from Washington, Connecticut stole the runner up position. Madan put up scores of 93 and 94 for a total of 187. Thomas DiGiulio out of Sickersville, New Jersey concludes the division with third place. DiGiulio scores consisted of 105 and 117 for a total of 222 for the weekend.
Aiden Patel from Ashburn, Virginia was the first-place finisher this weekend. Patel brought in scores of 78 and 83 with a combined score of 161. Carson Looney from Bethesda, Maryland was the second-place finisher with scores of 79 and 87 for a total of 166.
Amber Pennington from Accord, New York was the first place finisher with scores of 75 and 82 for a grand total of 157. Kayla Gutierrez of Little Egg Harbor, New Jersey took second with 79 and 85 for a total of 164. Rounding out the division was Olivia Strigh. Strigh had scores of 87 and 88 for a total of 171.
Taylor Sieg from Summit, New Jersey came out as champion with scores of 83 and 78 for a total of 161. Not far behind with scores of 82 and 91 for a total score of 173 was reserve champion Gina Milazzo of Greenwood Lake, New York. Amelia Loninger, from Crosswicks, New Jersey finished in third place with scores of 93 and 91 for a total of 184.
Boys 10 Under
Aaron Koo of Palisades Park, New Jersey was named champion this weekend. Koo brought in scores of 87 and 91 with a combined score of 178. Joe Louzan of Wilton, Connecticut clinched second place with scores of 101 and 97 for a total of 198. He tied with his twin brother John Louzan also of Wilton, Connecticut. John Louzan has scores of 104 and 94 for a total of 198 to finish the weekend.