From August 10th and 11th, the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour held the Southeast Regional Invitational Presented by Vessel. The tournament was made up of a 36-hole format with a field of six 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, Justin Timberlake Division Girls 14-18 and Justin Rose Division Girls 13 and Under.
Tommy Bishop from Jacksonville, LF took home the victory after scoring an outstanding 72 and 69 for a combined total of 141 stokes. The weekend ended in a tie for runner up. Tervor Bassett from McDonough,GA who scored a 74 and 70 for a total of 144 for the weekend. And Trey Tesiero from Saint Johns, FL eneded the weekend with scores of 73 and 71 for a total of 144.
Lee Smith from Waycross, GA was able to seal his victory ending his second day round with 3 birdies. With rounds of 70 and 84 Smith finished the weekend with 148 strokes for a first place finish. Sean Engler from Bluffton, SC claimed runner-up honors with a weekend day total of 149 strokes and weekend rounds of 70 and 79. Rounding up the top three was Ryan Porterfield who finished with a 74 and 81 for a combined total of 155.
Chenqi Wu from Bradenton, FL clinched the first-place finish with scores of 70 and 72 for 142 strokes for the weekend. Landen Howard put up a good fight with scores of 73 and 70 a combined total of 143 strokes for runner up honors. Rounding out our top three was Gavin Fleming from St. Augustine, FL who scored a consistent 76 for the weekend and 152 total strokes.
Alexis Rieli from Apopka, FL took homefirst place honors with rounds of 70 and 86 for a total of 146 strokes for the weekend. Isabella Galla from Palm Beach Gardens, FL and Sierra Fink from Canton, GA tied for runner up honors. Galla finished the weekend with a 77 and 74 for a total of 151 strokes. Fink finished the weekend with a 76 and 75 for a total of 151 strokes.
Staci Pla from West Palm Beach, FL took home the first-place honors for the weekend with scores of 76 and 66 (personal best) a 142
Boys 10 Under
Ethan Ranneywas able to seal his victory with rounds of 86 and 88, to finish at a two-day total of 174 strokes.