DOMINIC RAMSEY AND MORGAN TINSLEY TRIUMPH IN RAINED-SOAKED MUSSELMAN-DUNNE GOLF TOUR EVENT AT OLD SILO GOLF CLUB
Dominic Ramsey and Morgan Tinsley, both from Louisville, played steady golf in tough conditions to win their respective Championship Divisions in the Musselman-Dunne Golf Tour (MDGT) event held at Old Silo Golf Club in Mt. Sterling.
Anuj Chhabra and Dominic Ramsey
Ramsey, who will be a sophomore at Ballard High School, fired a 5-over par 77 to win by three shots over fellow teammate Anuj Chhabra of Louisville. Michael Brown of LaGrange finished third with an 83 while Parker Duff of Louisville was next in fourth place with an 84. Landon Allen of Paris and Jake McLeod of Nicholasville tied for fifth place as both players shot 85.
Tinsley, who will a junior at Sacred Heard Academy, won her second consecutive MDGT event, shooting an 85 to beat Kylie Lysack of Georgetown by four shots. Sara Badarian of Lexington was next in third place, shooting 94.
Evan Jones and Noah Coy
Noah Coy of Louisville finally got his first victory on the MDGT but had to go extra holes with Evan Jones of Ashland before he birdied the second hole to win the Boys 15-16 Division. Coy dropped a 10 foot birdie to defeat Jones as Harrison Hall of Ashland finished in third place with an 85. Taelor Witt of Richmond was next in fourth place, shooting an 86.
Hudson Hummel and Jansen Preston
In the Boys 13-14 Division, Hudson Hummel of Louisville shot a 4-over par 76 to defeat Jansen Preston of Lexington by two shots. Layton Hord of Campbellsville was next in third place, shooting an 8-over par 80. Myles Murrell of Campbellsville, JM Butler and Luke Wiser, who are both from Louisville, finished in a three way tie for fourth place with 83. Davis Money of Louisville was alone in seventh place with an 84.
Samantha Stewart and Paige Stamper
Samantha Stewart of Danville continued her solid play, shooting an 8-over par 80 to win the Girls 16-18 Division over Paige Stamper of Richmond. Stamper shot 92.
Madison Smith and Shelby Darnell
Shelby Darnell of Madisonville won the Girls 14-15 Division, shooting a 10 over par 82 to defeat Madison Smith of Union by two shots. Madeline Von Linger of Danville was next in third place while Faith Wiley of Bagdad was fourth.
Jason Wang, Cooper Eberle and Logan McCormick
Jason Wang of Lexington won his fourth MDGT event of the season, shooting a 5-over par 41 to defeat Cooper Eberle of Richmond and Logan McCormick of Mt. Sterling by four shots. Connor Calhoun of Grayson was next in fourth place shooting a 48.
Micah Sheffer and Drew Tinsley
Drew TInsley of Louisville won his first MDGT event of the year, shooting 49 to defeat Micah Sheffer of Brownstown, IN by three shots.
Emily Allen and Chloe Estravillo
Emily Allen of Shelbyville won the Girls 11-13 Divsion, shooting 63 to defeat Chloe Estravillo of Mt. Washington by five shots.
Maryssa Phillips and Jenna Estravillo
In the Girls 10 & Under Division, Jenna Estravillo of Mt. Washington won her sixth MDGT event of the year, shooting 49 to defeat Maryssa Phillips of Cox's Creek.
For complete results in all divisions, please CLICK HERE.
The MDGT would like to thank Head PGA Professional Eric Collins and his staff for their continued support of the tour and junior golf in Kentucky!!!!!!
CAMERON CLARK AND MORGAN TINSLEY TRIUMPH IN MDGT CLASSIC HELD AT BOWLING GREEN COUNTRY CLUB
Cameron Clark and Morgan Tinsley, both from Louisville, captured their respective Championship Divisions in the MDGT event held at Bowling Green Country Club in Bowling Green.
Cameron Clark and Zack Taylor
Playing under windy conditions, Clark shot a solid 3-over par 75 to defeat Zack Taylor of Mt. Washington by one shot. Michael Brown of LaGrange finished in third place with an 8-over par 80 while Joseph Allen of Louisville finished in fourth place with an 81. Spencer Jury of Elizabethtown was alone in fifth place with an 82.
Morgan Tinsley and Lilly Young
Morgan Tinsley of Louisville played solid golf shooting a 6-over 78 to win by one shot over Lilly Young of Shelbyville. Erin Rowland of Louisville finished another shot back in third place with an 8-over par 80. Sara Badarian of Lexington and Ryan Bender of Louisville were next in fourth place with 86 while Kylie Lysack of Georgetown finished in sixth place with an 87.
Shawn DeWeese and Zach Whiteman
Shawn DeWeese of Louisville captured his first MDGT titile by shooting a 3-over par 75 to win the Boys 14-15 Division to defeat Andrew Sullivan of Louisville and Zach Whiteman of Prospect by three shots. Matthew Childress of Louisville was next in fourth place shooting a 7-over par 79 while Zach Catalano of Florence finished in fifth place with an 80. Caly Barnett of Campbellsville finished alone in fifth place with an 82.
Luke Wiser and Layton Hord
Layton Hord of Campbellsville fired a 6-over par 78 to capture the Boys 13-14 Division by one shot over Luke Wiser of Louisville. Drew Doyle of Louisville and Jansen Preston of Lexington tied for third place with 80. Paul Iracane of Owensboro was next in fifth place with an 82. Robbie Bender of Louisville shot 84 to finish in sixth place.
Hannah Turner of Smiths Grove won the College Women's Division, shooting an 81.
Sydney LaDuke and Samantha Stewart
Samantha Stewart of Danville had a solid round in posting a 7-over par 79 to win the Girls 16-18 Division. Stewart won by 11 shots over Sydney LaDuke of Floyds Knobs, IN, who shot 90. Paige Stamper of Richmond finished in third place.
Sydney Durrant and Shelby Darnell
In the Girls 14-15 Division, Shelby Darnell of Madisonville fired a 7-over par 79 to win by one shot over Sydney Durrant of Bowling Green. Molly Bebelaar of Louisville and Madison Smith of Unior were next in third place, shooting 8-over par 80's while Sarah Hinton of Elizabethtown was next in fifth place with an 84. Taylor Edlin of Prospect finished sixth with an 86 while Bekah Upchurch was next in seventh place.
Rylan Wotherspoon and Luke Coyle
Luke Coyle of Campbellsville shot a 3-over par 39 to win the Boys 11-12 Division. Coyle defeated Ryaln Wotherspoon of Florence and Jack Thomas of Louisville by three shots. Riley Bender of Lousiville and Connor Calhoun of Grayson were next in fourth place with 46.
Drew Tinsley and Lucas Bischoff
Lucas Bischoff of Jeffersontown fired a 5-over par 41 to win the Boys 10 & Under Division by six shots over Drew Tinsley of Louisville. Tinsley shot 46 while Nick Bischoff of Jeffersontown finished third with a 53 and Mason Trent of Glasgow was next in fourth place with a 54.
Paige Gray and Savannah Howell
Savannah Howell of Calver City won the Girls 11-13 Division, shooting a 9-over par 45 to defeat Paige Gray of Elizabethtown. Gray shot 63.
Katie Gray and Reagan Bender
In the Girls 10 & Under Division, Reagan Bender of Louisville shot 45 to win the division over Katie Gray of Elizabethtown.
For complete scores in all divisions, please CLICK HERE.
We would like to thank PGA Professional Jeff McGill and his staff for supporting the MDGT and junior golf in Kentucky!!!!!!
PGA TOUR MEMBER J.B. HOLMES CAPTURES SHELL HOUSTON OPEN
FORMER MDGT TOUR MEMBER 3RD ON FEDEX CUP STANDINGS
JB HOLMES HOLDS WINNING TROPHY
Former Musselman-Dunne Golf Tour (MDGT) member J.B. Holmes of Campbellsville captured his 4th PGA Tour Title defeating Johnson Wagner and Jordan Speith in a sudden death playoff to win the Shell Houston Open in Humble, Texas.
Holmes got off to a great start in the final round by making birdies on the first five holes en route to a 7-under par 29 on his front nine. His 8-under par 64 tied the course record and was the biggest comeback (he was six shots back beginning the final round) of the 2015 PGA Tour Season. He shot rounds of 65-70-73-64=272 and won $1.18 million for the victory.
Holmes played on the MDGT in the mid 90's and has won the KY State High School Championship, the KY Men's State Amateur Championship and the KY Open Championship.
CONGRATULATIONS J.B.!!! WE ARE SO PROUD OF YOU!!!!
JUNIOR TEAM CHALLENGE AT THE BRIDGE REGISTATION NOW OPEN
The Musselman-Dunne Golf Tour is proud to conduct the 2015 JUNIOR TEAM CHALLENGE that will be held at Old Bridge Golf Club in Danville on Saturday & Sunday, July 25 & 26.
This team event is broken down in the following age divisions:
This is a two-person team event (you pick your own partner and create your own team name!!!) and you will play the following format each day:
The TEAM entry fee is $125.00 ($62.50 per player) and includes practice round, two tournament rounds, lunch both days, range balls and tee gifts for all participants!!!! Tee times for Saturday's first round will begin at 11:30am off #1 & #10 tees. Sunday's final round will be a shotgun start at 9:00am with the awards presentation immediately following play.
PLEASE NOTE: Only one person from the team is required to sign up. You must have your partner's contact information (first name, last name, email address and cell phone) in order to sign up. Make sure you also have the name of your team.
REGISTRATION can be done at www.kjgf.com (click on the tournament tab in the grey box and scroll down to JR TEAM CHALLENGE at the BRIDGE and then click on the register button. Just CLICK HERE to go directly to the Tournament Information Page (TIP) and click on the REGISTER NOW button.
This is sure to be a fun, relaxing and competitive event and the MDGT is very excited to run this tournament just before the start of the High School golf season.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at 502-426-6665 or email me at email@example.com.
I hope to see you next month at Old Bridge Golf Club for the Junior Team Challenge at the Bridge!!!!
71st JUNIOR FALL CITIES GOLF TOURNAMENT REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
The 71st Junior Fall Cities Golf Tournament will be held at Long Run Golf Course (18-Hole Flights) and Cherokee Golf Coruse (9-Hole Flights) from July 20-24.
To REGISTER, just click on the Tournament Tab above and scroll down to the "71st JR Fall Cities Champ" and click on the registration button. The entry fee is $50.00 and includes at least two rounds of golf (you could play up to five rounds of golf if you get to the final match), lunch during the qualifying round and tee gift. For those playing at Long Run Golf Course in the 18-hole flights, you will once again be abel to choose your tee time and the players you with to play with on Monday, July 20. For those that are playing at Cherokee Golf Course, all you need to do is sign up and the pairings will be arranged by age group (the Boys/Girls 12-13 will tee off first and then the Boys/Girls 11 & Under will tee off next on Monday, July 20).
To view this year JR Fall Cities Flyer, please CLICK HERE.
To REGISTER, please CLICK HERE.
For more information, please contact the KJGF Office at 502-426-6665 or contact Moe Demling, PGA Professional at Long Run Golf Course (502-245-9015) or Greg Basham, PGA Professional at Cherokee Golf Course (502-458-9450).
2015 TRUSTED CHOICE BIG I STATE TOURNAMENT AT OXMOOR COUNTRY CLUB
The 2015 Trusted Choice Big I National Championship is one of the top junior events in the country and this year's Kentucky Qualifier will be held at Oxmoor Country Club in Louisville on July 6 & 7, 2015.
This year's State Tournament is one of the major junior qualifiers of the summer as the top boys and girls from across the state willl participate to try and qualify for the National Championship that will be held at Prairie Dunes Country Club in Hutchinson, Kansas from August 3 through 6.
THIS QUALIFIER IS NOT BROKEN DOWN INTO AGE DIVISIONS. THERE IS AN OVERALL CHAMPIONSHIP BOYS DIVISION AND OVERALL CHAMPIONSHIP GIRLS DIVISION. THE GOLF COURSE YARDAGE WILL BE OVER 6900 YARDS FOR THE BOYS AND OVER 6000 YARDS FOR THE GIRLS.
To register, just go to www.kjgf.com and click on the Tourament Tab in the gray box at the top of the website. Scroll down to the Trusted Choice Big I and click on the registration buttom. The field is limited to the first 90 players that enter. This event has been full for the past two years so please make sure you register.
The Independent Insurance Agents of Kentucky, who sponsor the State Tournament, is really upgrading this event and here are some "NEW" upgrades that you can look forward to:
For more information, please contact the KJGF office at 502-426-6665 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
KENTUCKY JUNIOR GOLF FOUNDATION, INC
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LOUISVILLE KY 40224
108 DAVENTRY LANE, SUITE 205
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