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June 25, 2016 - Ellis and Graeber post low rounds in the Opening of the Greenville Invitational
Greenville, MS - Three-time past champion, Alan Ellis, fired the low round for the regular division with a 68 to lead by two over Easton Key. Four birdies on the last four holes was enough to pull him into the lead. At the top of the Super Senior division is Ken Graeber, of Jackson, also with a 68 from the gold tees. Five strokes back from Graeber is Mike Brown who came in with a 73.
With 62 amateur golfers beginning the round today, tomorrow's final results will be one for the record books.
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June 19, 2016 - Final Round of the Father-Son/Daughter Comes to a Close
June 22, 2016 - Wilkinson and Stockett take top honors at Deerfield Golf Club for the Trusted Choice Big I Qualifier
Canton, MS - Another great Mississippi Junior Golf Association tournament hosted by Deerfield Golf Club. Seventy-four junior golfers began the tournament with 41 males and 11 females eligible to qualify for the National Championship to be held at Del Paso Country Club in Sacramento, CA.
We saw great playing in the nine-hole division this week. In the Division D, 10-12 year old girls, Emerson Blair, of West Point, came in first by shooting a 46 in the final round for an 88 total. Avery Weed came in as runner-up finishing the tournament with a final round of 47.
For the boys Division D, 10-11 year olds, William Marshall of Madison, came in first with a one-hundred total. Mason Shoemaker finished up in runner-up for the tournament with a 127, eighteen hole total.
For the Division E, nine and under division, Malone Richardson took a strong lead after the first round with a 46 and 44 following that. Richardson was awarded the Division E championship. Malone was followed by runner-up, Prentiss Furr, who finished with a 102 final score for the two nine hole rounds.
For our one Division E Girl, Allie Myers, it was an easy win but she still gave it a good fight. Allie improved by one stroke from the first nine holes, shooting a 41 in round one and a 40 in round two.