FJT at Myakka Pines GC (11-12 & 9-10)

Myakka Pines Golf Club - Englewood
April 6-7, 2019


Luke Parsons  |  Arenui Faana  |  Asher Joseph

ENGLEWOOD, Fla. – Asher Joseph, Luke Parsons, and Arenui Faana earned victories at Myakka Pines Golf Club. Victories at this event mark Asher’s first win of 2019, Luke Parsons second win of the year, and Faana’s first FJT win!

Asher Joseph, of Melbourne, carded a 71 (-1) to break his first round tie for the lead and seize his first FJT win of the year. Joseph and Phillip Dunham, of Jacksonville, tied for first after round one scores of 68 in the Boys’ 11-12 division. Dunham fell from the lead after a second round 75 and third place finish at 143 (-1). Five birdies on day two sealed the two stroke win for Joseph at five-under par 139. Second place finisher, Ibby Carrington, of Port Saint Lucie, lingered close behind with rounds of 69-72—141 (-3).

In the 9-10 division, Luke Parsons went wire-to-wire to win by seven strokes! Parsons, of Salley, SC, earned his second win of the year in red numbers at four-under par 140. In both round one and two, Parsons carded three birdies for scores of 69-71. Miles Russell, of Jacksonville Beach, came back with an even par second round to claim second place at 147. Jaden Peterson, of Port Saint Lucie, was the second player in the 9-10 division to post a red number. Peterson carded a 70 in round one and finished in third place, one stroke from second, at 148.

Consistency was key for Arenui Faana, as she earned her first FJT win with two rounds of 74! Faana, of Lake Mary, erased a one stroke deficit after round one to move ahead of day one leader Haley Davis, of Ocala. Davis took the early lead with a round one 73 but fell to tied for second place after a round two 77. Remi Bacardi bettered her first round score of 78 by six strokes in round two to tie Davis in second place at 150. Fanna’s 148 total crowned her champion by two strokes!
  
Final Leaderboard

Boys 11-12 (5,551 yds.)

1 Asher Joseph       -5 (139)
2 Ibby Carrington    -3 (141)
3 Phillip Dunham    -1 (143)
4 Shawn Coultoff     E (144)
5 Jiacheng Xu        +1 (145)

Boys 9-10 (4,999 yds.)
1 Luke Parsons      -4 (140)
2 Miles Russell      +3 (147)
3 Jaden Peterson  +4 (148)
4 Brooks Colton     +7 (151)
5 Graden Lomax    +8 (152)

Girls 11-12 (4,999 yds.)
1 Arenui Faana       +4 (148)
T2 Haley Davis       +6 (150)
T2 Remi Bacardi    +6 (150)
4 Sophia Dyer       +10 (154)
5 Maggie Potash   +12 (156)

Full Results

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Tee Information

Tee Yardage / Info
Boys 11-12 5551 - (67.4 / 118)
Boys 9-10 4999 - (64.9 / 108)
Girls 11-12 4999 - (69.6 / 123)

Par: 72

Weather Information

Description Temp
Sunny Sunny / Breezy 87 °F
Tournament Results
Position Name Rd.1 Rd.2 Total Score Points
1 Asher Joseph 68 71 139 500
2 Ibby Carrington 69 72 141 350
3 Phillip Dunham 68 75 143 250
4 Shawn Coultoff 72 72 144 200
5 Jiacheng Xu 69 76 145 175
Position Name Rd.1 Rd.2 Total Score Points
1 Luke Parsons 69 71 140 190
2 Miles Russell 75 72 147 130
3 Jaden Peterson 70 78 148 95
4 Brooks Colton 73 78 151 75
5 Graden Lomax 74 78 152 65
Position Name Rd.1 Rd.2 Total Score Points
1 Arenui Faana 74 74 148 375
T2 Remi Bacardi 78 72 150 225
T2 Haley Davis 73 77 150 225
4 Sophia Dyer 81 73 154 150
5 Maggie Potash 78 78 156 130
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9-10 and 11-12 Age Divisions
$75 entry fee
No membership required
Blue/Red courses

This is a two-day, 36-hole event!

Playing Capability

  • Junior golfers MUST have experience walking a complete 18-hole golf course. (They should have played numerous, complete, 18-hole rounds prior to competing in FJT events)
  • Juniors should already have experience competing in tournament golf (local, state, or national level).
  • MUST typically score 60 or below for nine holes or 120 or below for eighteen holes.  

Format  

  • 36 holes of individual stroke play
  • Saturday mid-morning and Sunday morning
  • 84 total players
  • 9-12 age division (age calculated on the day of the tournament)
  • Players and Parent's Mandatory Meeting on Saturday- (45 minutes prior to tee time, approximately 20 minutes long) FSGA staff will discuss topics to help players be more comfortable in golf tournaments. i.e: Etiquette, scoring, pace-of-play, care for the course, Rules of Golf, and other helpful topics.

Divisions and Approximate Yardages

  • Boys 11-12 Age Division - Approximately 5,500 yards 
  • Girls 11-12 Age Division - Approximately 5,000 yards
  • Boys 9-10 Age Division - Approximately 5,000 yards
  • Girls 9-10 Age Division - Approximately 4,200 yards 

How Entries are Accepted

  • Entries will be accepted on a first-come-first-serve basis.
  • Late entries will be accepted if space is available ($10 late entry fee).
  • If entries have reached capacity, additional players will be placed on an alternate's list.
  • The alternate's list will be posted to the FJT website under "Tee Times & Player Information."
  • Entries close approximately 2 1/2 weeks prior to the tournament.

Click here for more details.

How to Enter

Entries must be submitted through the FSGA website. To enter, each player must have an account on this website (free to setup). An FJT Junior Membership is not required. Click "Enter" above in the Tournament Links box.

Entry Fee

  • $75

The entry fee includes tournament rounds, range balls, a tee gift for every player and a trophy for the winner in each division.

Schedule of Events

Saturday, April 6th

11:00 AM - 1:30 PM - Tournament Registration (near pro shop)
12:00 PM - 1:57 PM - Round one tee times off the 1st and 10th tees.

Mandatory Meeting - 45 minutes prior to tee time, 20 minutes long (more information below).

Sunday, April 7th 

8:00 AM - 9:57 AM - Round two tee times off the 1st and 10th tees.

Mandatory Educational Meeting - Saturday

  • Each golfer MUST attend a mandatory meeting with FSGA staff prior to their tee time on Saturday. 
  • Topics to include: Etiquette, rules, pace-of-play, how to feel comfortable playing in events, care for the course, appreciation of club staff and volunteers.
  • Meetings will generally take place near or on the practice putting green.
  • Each player MUST attend the meeting associated with his/her tee time.
  • Meetings will be approximately 15 to 20 minutes long. 
  • Parents are encouraged to attend.

    Subject to change:

    11:20 AM meeting - Tee times between 12:00 - 12:18 PM
    11:50 AM meeting - Tee times between 12:27 - 12:45 PM
    12:20 PM meeting - Tee times between 12:54 - 1:21 PM

*If a players fails to make the meeting at their scheduled time, they will not be allowed to participate in the event.*

Five FJT Standards

Competing at beautiful clubs around the state is a privilege and it is important for all of our players and parents to place value on the following five duties:

  • Say please and thank you to the club staff and our volunteers
  • Rake bunkers
  • Fix ball marks
  • Step on/repair your divots
  • Throw away your garbage! There should never be trash on the ground anywhere on the course (place trash in waste receptacles, golf carts or even your bag if no other place is available).

Showing Appreciation and Proper Manners - At all courses where juniors play, they should show appreciation to the members and staff. To all of our junior players, let's show the clubs that you are not only the most talented golfers in the country, but also the most respectful. A "thank you" to the club and taking care of the course are the best ways to make a positive impression on the club, fellow players, coaches and spectators.

Practice Rounds

Practice rounds are available one week prior to the tournament on a space-available basis. Tee times are only available after 12:00 noon on weekends. The price for a practice round is $30.00 plus tax (Player only playing with parent driving cart).

Please call 941-474-1753 x5 to arrange your practice round.

Always remember, the proper place to practice your golf swing is on the driving range. Hitting multiple shots on the course, not filling divots, and not repairing ball marks are unacceptable and may cause removal from the tournament without a refund.

Players are not allowed to drive golf carts (must be 18 years old to drive a cart).

AJGA Performance Based Entry

Boys 11-12

  • Champion earns 1 performance star.

Girls 11-12

  • Champion earns 1 performance star.

National Rankings

  • Ranked by Junior Golf Scoreboard in the 11-12 age division only.

Other Policies

    • Walking - Players must walk during tournament rounds. Push carts are allowed.
    • Spectators & Carts - Spectators are allowed. Spectator carts are available first-come, first-served at $25 + tax per day, per cart Click here
    • Caddies - Caddies are not allowed
    • Range Finders (Electronic Measuring Devices) - are allowed (see Local Rules link below)
    • Championship Pace of Play Policy - Click here
    • Local Rules and Conditions of Competition - Click here
    • Championship Policies - Click here to read the withdrawal, dress code, and other policies.
    • Procedures for Alternates - Click here for information on how alternates may gain entry into this tournament.
    • Conditions/ Schedule - The FSGA Championships Committee/on-site Rules Committee reserves the right to alter any of the conditions, provisions and/or schedules.  The
      decision of the Championships Committee/on-site Rules Committee in any matter will be final.

Hotel & Accomodations

A host hotel has not been arranged at this time.

Club Address

Myakka Pines Golf Club
2550 S River Rd. 
Englewood, FL 34223

Directions

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