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Sertoma Golf rolls on


Published:   |   Updated: August 2, 2013 at 07:00 AM

ZOLFO SPRINGS - The Sertoma Junior Golf Tour traveled to The Bluffs on Monday for a makeup of a rain out from earlier in the summer.

The one-day tournament attracted 50 junior golfers, ages 6-18, who battled the oppressive heat and high humidity during Monday's round on the demanding Bluffs layout.

In the boys and girls 6-8 age group, which played six holes from 200 yards out, Parker Griffin finished first with a score of 28, Jack DuPriest placed second with a 30, Brody Hall carded a 34, Jarrett Hornick shot a 39, Ian Frasier had a 41, Jayden Bolin came in with a 42 and Rebecca Kesling shot a 53.

Ashley Engle came in first place in the girls 11-13 age group, which played nine holes, with a 50 to edge Hannah Revell who had a 51, while Emily Dressel shot a 67.

In the boys 9-10 division, which played nine holes, Billy Carol finished first with a 46, Clay Jacobs was second at 48, Zach Doorlag shot a 51, Seth McKelvey carded a 55, Lane Revell had a 63 and Griffin Hall came in with a 65.

Jackson Griffin won the boys 11-12 age group, which played nine holes, with a score of 46, Will Redding placed second with a 51, Josh Bible fired a 62, Clayton Samuels came in at 65 and Clayton Osha finished with a 66.

Scott Hamilton finished first in the boys 13-14 division with a 46, Seth Hamilton had a 57, Julian Crozier was third with a 62 and Michael Curran came in at 72.

Ben Tubbs came out on top in the very competitive boys 15-16 age group, which played 18 holes, with a 79, Sam Rogers finished a close second at 80, Nic Staffieri shot an 81, Andrew Wally came in with a score of 83, Jason Cannon shot an 89, Michael Ford carded a 95 and Sam Weber-Callahan and Leighton Jahna tied at 98.

In the boys 17-18 division, which played 18 holes, Cole Berger finished first with an 80, Will Bennett placed second with an 81, Jonah Brown shot an 83, Bradley Brewer fired an 89 and Lee Hinote finished with a 90.

The next Sertoma Junior golf tour tournament is set for Monday at Highlands Ridge North.

The event is another makeup of a rain out from earlier in the summer.

With the summer flying by, the Sertoma Junior Golf Tour has only three events left on the schedule.

Many of the titles in the different age groups are up for grabs, and playing well and scoring valuable points could be the difference in the final standings.

After Monday's tournament at Highlands Ridge North, the next Sertoma junior Golf Tour event is at Placid Lakes Country Club on Thursday.

The summer season wraps up with Sertoma Junior Golf Tour Championship at Sun 'n Lake Golf Club Aug. 16-17.

The two-day Tour Championship event is worth double points and after the final round, a banquet and awards ceremony will be held in the Island View Restaurant.

Each of the age group winners will have trophies presented to them after the banquet and a male and female golfer of the year will be selected.

The awards ceremony is run by Sertoma Junior Golf Tour Director Andy Kesling, who is also a professional at Sun 'n Lake Golf Club.

For more information on the Sertoma Junior Golf Tour, contact Kesling at 863-385-4830.

mpinson@highlandstoday.com

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