Monday, February 27, 2017

NFJG Tournament - Cimarrone St. Johns County - Winner!

AA played very well except for a scoring issue on Hole 2, Par 3. She and Caddie Daddy had a rules issue and didn't call anyone for help, so took several penalty strokes and a 7 score. Her drive landed in a HOLE, a great drive if there hadn't been that hole(s) on the fairway edge. This caused Caddie Daddy to muddle his way with the rules by taking an unplayable penalty, then AA dropped the ball into another hole a club length away and took a swing at it as they didn't know what else to do. Ford asked Jack after the round and found out AA would have made par or maybe bogey if he had called for a rules official. Good thing it didn't affect the outcome, but next time ask for help!

A win is a win!
From Tour Director Jack's Newsletter:
Twelve Foundation players would hit the tee this week with nine players in the Boys Division and three players in the Girls Division.  Mathew French would display his dominance once again as his superior two over par 38 would bring home his fourth win of the season.  Cole Taylor would struggle early, but once he figured out the greens he would make a charge at the leader birding two of his last three holes. It was a charge worth talking about, but it would end up two strokes short. Taylor would proudly display his runner-up Silver Medal. Emmet Kuhlenkamp (41) would bring home the Bronze Medal.
On the girls side of the Foundation Alyzabeth Morgan would capture the Gold with a 47.  This would be Morgan’s seventh win. Her fine play would be enough to outshine Leah Shatley by four strokes. Shatley would receive the Silver Medal.  Libby Williams playing in her first NFJG TOUR event would gain some great TOUR experience, so welcome aboard and we look forward to watching you grow.

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