Junior Match Play Brackets Complete
After an 18-hole seeding round, the brackets are now set for the Junior Match Play Championship at Eagle Creek Golf Club and North Shore Golf Club in Orlando.
Playing at Eagle Creek Golf Club, Tom Drill, of Jacksonville, earned the number one seed in the Championship flight of the Boys 16-18 age division after firing an 8-under par 65. Drill will face Chris Hamilton, from Clermont, in the Round of 32. Kevin Aylwin, of New Smyrna Beach, secured the number two spot shooting a 67 and is up against Joel Dahlenburg, of St. Augustine, in the first round of match play. Aylwin recently won the Public Links Championship. The Boys 16-18 age division will play two matches tomorrow continuing with the finals on Thursday morning. There are three additional flights, Hogan, Jones and Snead, for the Boys 16-18 age division.
The Boys 13-15 age division and both girls divisions are playing at North Shore Golf Club. Bryan Odaiyar, of Bradenton, is the number one seed in the Championship flight of the Boys 13-15 age division after shooting a 70. Odaiyar will next face Wes Hopkins, of Ocala, in the Round of 32. Rocky Khara, of Sebring, also posted a 70 for the second seed as Hojin Kang, of Longwood, and MJ Maguire, of St. Augustine, finished with a 70 to claim the third and fourth seeds. In the Byron Nelson Bracket, Brian Berzanskis, of Harmony, is the top seed and Chipper Hughes, of Ponte Vedra Beach, claimed the second seed.
In the Girls 16-18 age division, Jessica Alexander, of Riverview, secured the top seed with a 70 in the seeding round. Paula Reto, of Coral Springs, shot a 74 for the second seed. Both girls earned a bye and awaiting their Quarterfinal match Tuesday afternoon. Jessica Schall, of Lake Mary, fired a 73 in the seeding round for the number one seed in the Girls 13-15 age division. Schall will face Jennifer So, of Longwood, in one semifinal match as Ryan Ashburn, of Seminole, and Hee Jeong Lim, of Bradenton, will face off in the other semifinal match.
To view tee times, pairings, and complete results, please see www.fsga.org.
Organized in 1913, the Florida State Golf Association is a not-for-profit organization that governs amateur golf in the state of Florida. In addition to conducting 25 championships for amateur golfers in the state, the FSGA is responsible for more than 40 qualifying tournaments for USGA National Championships and the Florida Junior Tour. The FSGA also maintains the USGA Handicap System, performs course ratings throughout Florida and assists in junior programs and scholarships.