Beau Hossler of Mission Viejo, California, closed with a 7-under-par 64 to claim his fourth career AJGA victory after shooting a tournament-record total of 15-under-par 198 at the Winn Grips Heather Farr Classic hosted by Longbow Golf Club. Lindsey Weaver of Scottsdale, Arizona, broke the women’s course record with a 7-under-par 64 and finished at the top of the Girls Division after a playoff with Amy Lee of Brea, California.
Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, the Winn Grips Heather Farr Classic hosted by Longbow Golf Club was a 54-hole stroke play competition played on the par-71 Longbow Golf Club. The event featured 96 boys and 48 girls, ages 12-18, from 19 states and 6 foreign countries. The Boys Division played the course at 7,033 yards while the Girls Division played the course at 6,150 yards.
Hossler fended off the competition with four birdies and an eagle at the par-5 No. 15.
Thomas Lim of Moorpark, California, placed second with a three-day, 10-under-par 203 and Andrej Bevins of Elk Grove, California, finished in third with a 9-under-par 204 tournament total. Blake Barens of Villa Park, California, Patrick-Reilly McMahon of Santa Maria, California, and Gordon Neale of Rancho Santa Margarita, California, tied for fourth at 7-under-par 206.
In the Girls Division, Weaver and Lee finished at 7-under-par 206 and went to a sudden-death playoff on the par-4 No. 10. After Lee made bogey, Weaver sank a three-foot putt for par to claim her eighth career AJGA victory.
Past champion Kyung Kim of Chandler, Arizona, finished one stroke back with a 6-under-par 207. Paige Lee of Folsom, California, carded a 1-under-par 212, while Gabriella Then of Rancho Cucamonga California, and Esther Lee of Los Alamitos, California, finished tied at fifth.
For more information about the Winn Grips Heather Farr Classic hosted by Longbow Golf Club, contact Tournament Director Tommy Tangtiphaiboontana at 678.617/2424.
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|1 Beau Hossler||2013||Mission Viejo, CA||66-68-64--198|
|2 Thomas Lim||2013||Moorpark, CA||71-66-66--203|
|3 Andrej Bevins||2013||Elk Grove, CA||68-67-69--204|
|T4 Gordon Neale||2015||Rancho Santa Margarita, CA||72-71-63--206|
|4 Patrick-Reilly McMahon||2012||Santa Maria, CA||69-67-70--206|
|4 Blake Barens||2013||Villa Park, CA||69-69-68--206|
|1 *Lindsey Weaver||2012||Scottsdale, AZ||67-75-64--206|
|2 Amy Lee||2015||Brea, CA||68-68-70--206|
|3 Kyung Kim||2012||Chandler, AZ||68-71-68--207|
|4 Paige Lee||2013||Folsom, CA||73-69-70--212|
|T5 Gabriella Then||2013||Rancho Cucamonga, CA||72-75-67--214|
|5 Esther Lee||2013||Los Alamitos, CA||70-71-73--214|
|*Won via sudden-death playoff|