September 30, 2018

Staub & Kovelesky Earn Special Victories

Nicklas Staub and Chloe Kovelesky secure a FJT win in honor of Pam McCloskey Brosnihan at Quail Ridge Country Club, September 29-30.

Chloe Kovelesky / Nicklas Staub 

Florida Junior Tour (Boys & Girls 13-15)

  • Quail Ridge Country Club - Boynton Beach
    • South Course
  • Yardage & Rating
    • Boys 13-15 – 6,686 yds., 72.6/131
    • Girls 13-15 – 5,735yds., 73.7/130
  • Round 1 & 2 – 85 degrees, very windy, sunshine

Pam McCloskey Brosnihan Florida Junior Tour

Quail Ridge Country Club is dedicated to the memory of their former Head Golf Professional, Pam McCloskey-Brosnihan, who lost her battle with cancer in 2014. Pam started working at Quail Ridge in 1992 as the Assistant Professional until 1994 when she was promoted to Head Professional, the title she kept until her passing. Quail Ridge will honor Pam's memory by hosting an annual Florida Junior Tour event. Additionally, the Florida State Golf Association will offer a scholarship in Pam's name to a local junior player who demonstrates the determination, drive, and passion for the game we all love.

Thank you to Quail Ridge Country Club for the special events provided: 

  • Tee Gift: golf balls, hat, towel
  • Callaway & Taylormade Demo Experience
  • Ice Cream Social & Complimentary final round lunch
  • Winners named etched in permanent trophy to be stored at Quail Ridge CC

Girls 13-15 Division

Three players tied for first place after round two with a one under-par total of 143. Chloe Kovelesky, of Boca Raton, Caroline Patterson, of Jupiter, and Kaitlyn Schroeder, of Jacksonville, posted a score of 71 and 72 over two days to tie at the top. A sudden death play-off crowned Chloe Kovelesky the Champion. Kovelesky can add this prestigious FJT to her resume after winning nearly a month prior at Sandridge Golf Club. Amellie Alcantara and Emily McLatchey tied for fourth place, five strokes behind, with a 148 (+4) total. 

Boys 13-15 Division 

Nicklas Staub, of Boynton Beach, broke his round one tie with Logan Hunter to capture his first FJT win in 2018. Hunter, of Tampa, posted a round one score of 69 to tie Staub for the early lead. Due to a second round of 74, Hunter finished in third place, three strokes behind, at 143. Joshua Stewart, of Winter Springs, carded great rounds of 72-70—142 (-2) to finish in second place with red numbers. Staub posted ten birdies over the course of two rounds to capture first place at four under-par 140. 

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