WindStone 17u All-Star Team Finishes 3rd In Age Division At PGA Jr. League Regional

Monday, September 13, 2021
Back row, from left to right: Chase Lundberg; Chris Mushik; Grayson Grider; JT Cathey
Front row, from left to righ: Dru Adams; Coach James Scoco; Abigail Robinson
Back row, from left to right: Chase Lundberg; Chris Mushik; Grayson Grider; JT Cathey Front row, from left to righ: Dru Adams; Coach James Scoco; Abigail Robinson

The WindStone 17u All-Stars of Ringgold/Chattanooga placed third in its age division at the National Car Rental PGA Jr. League Regional at Kearney Hill Golf Links in Lexington, Ky., this weekend.

 

In the 17u division, the Louisville All-Stars of Kentucky seeded first following an 18-hole aggregate team total (best 2 of 3 scores) of 152; followed by the Indian Hills All-Stars of Murfreesboro, Tn., with a 144; and finally the WindStone All-Stars with a 159.

Sunday’s format for the 17u division was also a team aggregate stroke play, and Indian Hills captured the age division’s inaugural title with a 212.

 

Louisville placed second with a 225, and WindStone placed third with a 234. As this is the first year for 17u All-Star players, their journey ends at the Regional level.

 

In the 13u division, the Derby City All-Stars led the field with an 18-hole aggregate team total (best 3 of 4 scores) of 199 on Saturday, followed by the Tri-Cities All-Stars of Tennessee with a 207. The ERCC/265 All-Stars of Shreveport, La., seeded third with a 219, trailed by the Western KY All-Stars of Paducah with a 224. Derby City ultimately fell 5-7 to the Tennessee-based Tri-Cities in the Championship 9-hole match play on Sunday. The Tri-Cities All-Stars advance to the National Car Rental PGA Jr. League Championship at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Az., Oct. 7-10. The tournament will be broadcast live on select ESPN networks. Western KY defeated the Shreveport-based team 7.5-4.5 to secure third place overall.

 

  • Full standings linked here 
  • Team rosters with player hometowns and ages are linked here

 

 


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