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Jimmy Anderson Girls' Final Results

 

10th Jimmy Anderson Girls' Invitational
Jacksonville CC, Jacksonville, NC
October 5-6, 2019
 
Final Results
 
Cindy Song of Waxhaw, NC started the day five shots off the lead in the Jimmy Anderson Girls' Invitational, but quickly took control of the tournament by shooting five under par 30 on the front nine.  Her front nine included five birdies with four in a row on holes five through eight.  "I played really well today, but it could have been better" stated Song.  "It was my career round, so it was fun today" added Song.  The back nine was not as easy for Song.  A tap in birdie on the tenth hole moved Song to six under par and a comfortable four shot lead.  Song did stumble making bogeys on eleven and twelve, but bounced right back with an eagle 3 on the par five thirteenth and followed the eagle with a birdie on fourteen.  Another bogey on sixteen moved Song to six under, but she finished off the round with a tap in birdie on the eighteenth to cap off her round of seven under par 65.  In winning the tournament, Song set the record for the lowest single round (65) and the tournament scoring record (137).  First round leader Maria Atwood of Holly Springs, NC and Katherine Schuster of Kill Devil Hills, NC finished tied for second at three under par 141.
 
This annual junior tournament was started by the alumni of the Jacksonville Country Club junior golf program in 2009 to honor their longtime teacher and friend Mr. Jimmy Anderson.  Jimmy Anderson was the head golf professional at Jacksonville Country Club for over 25 years.  Each Saturday morning, he conducted a junior golf clinic to help spread the game of golf to the next generation.  During his tenure at Jacksonville CC, he taught many juniors including Mallory Miller, the 1987 N.C. Junior Champion and numerous future collegiate and golf professionals.  Not only did he teach the game of golf, but was always there with a helpful word of encouragement to any young golfer.  The tournament began as a boys and girls tournament, but due to the success of the event, the girls have been given their own tournament that is conducted each fall in October.
 
This annual junior girls’ tournament is conducted jointly by the Peggy Kirk Bell Girls’ Tour and the Carolinas Golf Association.
 
 
Jimmy Anderson Girls' Invitational (5,870 yards, par 72, 74.2/129)
Place
Name
Score
1
Cindy Song, Waxhaw, NC-2023
72-65--137
T2
Maria Atwood, Holly Springs, NC-2022
67-74--141
T2
Katherine Schuster, Kill Devil Hills, NC-2021
68-73--141
T4
Emily Mathews, Mebane, NC-2023
73-70--143
T4
Alexia Siehl, Fort Mill, SC-2022
73-70--143
T6
Paris Fieldings, Suffolk, VA-2023
72-72--144
T6
Lexi Bennett, Santee, SC-2021
72-72--144
T6
Kayleigh Reinke, Rock Hill, SC-2021
74-70--144
9
Autumn Carey, Manning, SC-2022
74-74--148
10
Morgan Ketchum, Winston-Salem, NC-2022
76-74--150
11
Grace Holcomb, Wilmington, NC-2021
77-75--152
12
Anna Claire Bridge, Raleigh, NC-2021
75-78--153
13
Julie Fiedler, New Bern, NC-2021
75-79--154
14
Kayla Dowell, Mebane, NC-2021
83-72--155
T15
Fabienne Van Kleef, Hilton Head, SC-2020
82-74--156
T15
Emily Wellspeak, New Bern, NC-2020
79-77--156
T15
McKenzie Daffin, Fayetteville, NC-2021
77-79--156
18
Ella Perna, Durham, NC-2022
83-74--157
T19
Grayson Warren, Washington, NC-2021
78-80--158
T19
Lotte Fox, Raleigh, NC-2020
75-83--158
T19
Layla Meric, Wesley Chapel, NC-2021
80-78--158
T22
Anna Howerton, Kernersville, NC-2023
79-80--159
T22
Elizabeth Rudisill, Charlotte, NC-2025
77-82--159
24
Kinsley Smith, Raleigh, NC-2024
83-77--160
25
Nicole Nash, Charlotte, NC-2023
83-78--161
T26
Anika Bhatnagar, Cary, NC-2020
82-81--163
T26
Trinity Ahing, New Bern, NC-2020
79-84--163
T28
Hannah Altman, Lake City, SC-2022
80-84--164
T28
Chayse Cool, Goose Creek, SC-2022
84-80--164
T30
Megan Morris, Cary, NC-2021
83-82--165
T30
Caroline Isaacson, Greensboro, NC-2020
85-80--165
32
Mary Sears Brown, Wake Forest, NC-2021
88-81--169
33
Jennifer Rials, Florence, SC-2022
89-85--174
34
Jenna Rutledge, Beaufort, NC-2022
93-82--175
35
Makenzie Norwood, Kiawah, SC-2022
90-88--178
36
Lindley Cox, Hampstead, NC-2023
89-91--180
37
Sadler Miller, Clayton, NC-2022
89-94--183
T38
Breannon Council, Wilson, NC-2024
93-95--188
T38
Delia Parker, Greer, SC-2021
96-92--188
T38
Laney Wessels, Sophia, NC-2021
95-93--188
41
Madison Myers, Cary, NC-2025
100-98--198
42
Kyla Callahan, Denver, NC-2024
105-99--204
43
Michayla Wittner, Jacksonville, NC-2021
104-104--208
 
Macy Pate, Boone, NC-2024
WD-Injury
 
About the Peggy Kirk Bell Girls' Golf Tour (PKBGT)
Founded in 2007 by the Triad Youth Golf Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization, as a local girls’ golf tour in the Triad region of North Carolina, the tour began as a simple concept: create more effective competitive playing opportunities for girls. By utilizing innovative yardage-based divisions instead of the traditional age-based format, the tour focused on developing tournament experience at the player’s pace. The 2020 season will feature nearly 100 tournaments in 9 states on the East Coast and with over 900 members, the PKBGT is the largest girl’s only tour in the country.  Learn more about the PKBGT at www.pkbgt.org.
 
About the Carolinas Golf Association (CGA) 
The CGA is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit educational organization that was founded in 1909 to promote and to protect the game of golf in the Carolinas by providing competitions, education, support and benefits to golf clubs and golfers. The CGA is the second largest golf association in the country with over 700 member clubs represented by nearly 150,000 individuals.  The CGA annually conducts 43 championships and five team match competitions for men, women, juniors, and seniors. It also runs over 140 One-Day (net and gross) events and qualifying for USGA national championships. The CGA serves golf in the Carolinas with numerous programs such as: the USGA Handicap System; tournament management software and support; course measuring and course/slope ratings; agronomy consultation; answers about the Rules of Golf, Rules of Amateur Status, and Handicapping; Carolinas Golf Magazine; Interclub series; Tarheel Youth Golf Association; Carolinas Golf Hall of Fame; expense assistance for USGA Junior and Girls' Junior qualifiers from the Carolinas; and the Carolinas Golf Foundation (CGF). The CGF has distributed more than $1,500,000 since 1977 to benefit Carolinas' golf initiatives including junior and women's programs.  For more information about the CGA, visit www.carolinasgolf.org.


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