MJGA News in 2012

October 11, 2012 - 2012 MJGA Players of the Year Awards

With the MJGA Season coming to a close, the 2012 MJGA Player of the Year Awards were presented at the Mississippi Junior Cup Matches at Greenville Country Club on October 6. Six players earned the honor of being called an MJGA Player of the Year.

The Overall Player of the Year went to Wilson Furr, who also earned the Division B Player of the Year Award. Furr totaled 665.000 points in the Overall Standings, and 1025.000 points in the Division B Standings. The Overall Girls Player of the Year was awarded to Kathleen Gallagher, who finished with 620.000 points for the year. Jacob Ross took home the Division A Player of the Year Award with 635.000 points. Ross fell short of Furr for the Overall Player of the Year by 90 points. In the C Division, Charlie Miller came out on top for Player of the Year with 1297.500 points. Simms Abney was awarded Boys Division D Player of the Year with his total points of 850.000. Sara Hederman claimed the title of Girls Division D Player of the Year with a point total of 850.000 points.

Congratulations to Wilson, Kathleen, Jacob, Charlie, Simms and Sara for being named 2012 Players of the Year.

All final standings can be found here: Overall Boys   Overall Girls   Division A   Division B   Division C   Boys Division D   Girls Division D

October 7, 2012 - Palmer Team Victorious in the 2012 Junior Cup Matches

Greenville- The brisk temperatures did not slow the Palmer Team in their decisive victory over the Nicklaus Team in the final singles matches. With 74 points to be claimed in the Singles Matches, the Nicklaus Team stepped onto the course prepared.

They certainly fought, however were unable to beat the edge that the Palmer Team had gained in the previous day Four-Ball Matches.

The day came to an end with 69.5 points to the Palmer Team and 41.5 points to the Nicklaus Team in total. The Nicklaus Team began to gain speed during the back nine, posting 11 points to the Palmer Team's 13. Both are to be commended for their performance and the heart that they displayed. The strategic planning of Captain Hederman's singles pairings seemed to have an edge over Captain Sisk of the Nicklaus Team.

Both Teams came ready to play following the Player's Dinner on Saturday Evening. Players of the Year, past champions, and two distinguished honors were presented at the Greenville Country Club as the season came to a close. Congratulations to the the Players of the Year who have strived throughout the season to perform at their best. We honor these individuals as well as the entire Junior Cup Teams for their many achievements over the past year.

The Mississippi Junior Golf Association began a tradition in the year 2000 by honoring a deserving individual with the Robbie Webb Award to one who has contributed to greatly to Junior Golf in Mississippi. This year's recipient falls among other greats in the State. The notable, Sam Dunning, was honored with this award. Mr. Dunning, has been a leader to countless junior players at Delta State University for over twenty years. Sam has brought many a young man into his program and seen them grow into gentleman that have continued to support golf and more importantly, junior golf in the state. Sam Dunning spoke to the Palmer and Nicklaus Teams sharing his knowledge of the game and college golf experiences. We congratulate Mr. Dunning as the recipient of this great honor.

The second distinguished individual that the Association honored is one of great character on and off the course. Matt Liddon was the proud recipient of the 2012 Sportsmanship Award. Matt has continued, throughout his time with the Mississippi Junior Golf Association, to act as a gentleman and is known as such by his fellow-competitors.

Many thanks to Steven Driggers and the entire staff at Greenville Country Club for welcoming the MJGA and Junior Cup Teams. We are thankful for their kindness and continued support of Mississippi Junior Golf over the years. Thank you also to team Captain Sisk and Hederman for their tireless efforts over the course of the weekend. We look forward to see what next year will hold for the Mississippi Junior Golf Association and thank parents, juniors and all who have made this season a success. See you in the Spring.

Complete can be found at this link.

October 6, 2012 - Palmer Team Takes Lead after Four-Ball Play in 2012 MS Junior Cup Matches

Greenville- The opening round of the 2012 Mississippi Junior Cup Matches is in the books, as players, parents and staff fought with cold air and wind gusts to see the Palmer Team take a commanding day one lead.

The temperature never topped 62 degrees, and incessant wind gusts pushed a 45 degree chill across the course. Players scattered to find extra pants, sweats and jackets before they teed off. Both the Palmer and Nicklaus Teams were present and fully ready to compete, but the Four-Ball points leaned an obvious direction. As many people watched Europe make an unprecedented comeback in the 2012 Ryder Cup, the Nicklaus Team hopes to have Seve Ballesteros-esque favor on their side when the Singles Matches begin on Sunday. The Palmer Team took the front nine points 8.5 to 4.5, and saw several matches swing their way in the back nine and overall points. By day's end, the Palmer Team was on top of the Nicklaus Team by a score of 25 points to 12. Singles Matches will have 74 points up for grabs, and Palmer Captain Doug Hederman with Nicklaus Captain Kyle Sisk hope to put their players in spots to take home as many points as they can to reach the winning point number of 56.

Four-Ball results and Singles Pairings can be found at this link.

October 3, 2012 - 2012 Mississippi Junior Cup Matches Set for October 6-7, 2012

The 2012 Mississippi Junior Cup Matches have the teams assigned, and the players are ready to step onto the course at Greenville Country Club for Four-Ball Match play on Saturday, October 6, and Singles Match Play on Sunday, October 7.

The top junior players in Mississippi have been invited to be a part of either the Palmer Team or the Nicklaus Team in the Ryder Cup style play of the Mississippi Junior Cup Matches. Players accrue points throughout the MJGA season in hopes that they will be a part of this exciting event at the end of the year. The 2012 Palmer and Nicklaus teams have been filled, and we are excited to announce the team members. They are listed alphabetically.


Palmer Team Nicklaus Team
Simms Abney Griffin Agent
Luke Agent Conner Beth Ball
Hunter Atkins Nicholas Cobb
Camden Backel Tristan Cooley
Parker Brooks Parker Daily
Daniel Dahmash Steven Eilders
CJ Easley Jack Gnam
Drew Fandel Moak Griffin
Malachi Freeman Hunter Hammett
Wilson Furr Brewer Hughes
Kathleen Gallagher Jeshanah Johnson
Clayton Gray Matt Liddon
Garrett Gray Cade Lott
Holt Hederman Evan McElrath
Sara Hederman John Michael Miller
Philip Heine Chase Nash
Edward Lee Jonathon Newman
William Lee Heath Newsom
Charlie Miller Eric Ogletree
Carlee Nanney Kirk Reeder
Benjamin Nelson Grant Renegar
Jacob Ross Austin Rose
Parker Rutherford Miles Roy
Matthew Scoville  Grant Thames
Blair Stockett Jackson Wedgeworth
Luther Thompson II Karley Whittington


Congratulations to these players for being a part of the 2012 Mississippi Junior Cup Matches. The tournament results will be updated and listed at this link.

September 23, 2012 - Team Mississippi Wins Second Straight MS/LA Junior Cup Matches

Greenwood- The 2012 Mississippi/Louisiana Junior Cup Matches Trophy will stay in Mississippi for the second straight year as Team Mississippi finished off Team Louisiana by winning the Four-Ball and Singles Matches by a total score of 78.5 to 47.5.

Entering the Singles Match Play round of the 2012 MS/LA Junior Cup Matches, Team Mississippi held a 28.5 to 13.5 advantage of Team Louisiana. Needing 63.5 points to win the overall event, Team Mississippi would need to win half of the matches, which proved to be easier said than done.

In Four-Ball play, Team Mississippi was able to take the lead by a large margin with the first half of the matches leaning heavily in Mississippi favor. Singles Play was a different story. When half of the matches came to a close, Louisiana had fought its way to only a 15-point overall deficit. Players from Louisiana capitalized on the Singles Play to take a large portion of the points in the early matches. As play continued, Team Mississippi slowly tallied a point here and a point there, nearing closer and closer to the 63.5 point winning total. Sitting at 61.5 points for the event, Team Mississippi was able to jump to and through the winning total as Kathleen Gallagher and Carlee Nanney both won 2 points in their matches to push Team Mississippi to 65.5. Although Team Mississippi reached the winning mark, several singles matches were still on the course and players were allowed to continue their matches. In the end, Team Mississippi totaled 78.5 points, beating their 2011 total of 75.5 points.

Both teams played extremely well and the competition was exciting from start to finish. Congratulations to Team Mississippi for taking the 2012 MS/LA Junior Cup Matches Trophy for the second straight year.

All final match results can be found at this link.

September 22, 2012 - Team Mississippi Takes Control with Dominant Play in Four-Ball Matches

Greenwood- Team Mississippi came out firing in Four-Ball Match Play at the 2012 MS/LA Junior Cup Matches, taking the day one matches by a point margin of 28.5 to Louisiana's 13.5.

By the time Team Mississippi made the turn, 11 of the 14 groupings were up in their matches, while two more were All Square in theirs. With a format rewarding a point for the front nine, a point for the back nine, and point for the overall match, 13 of the Mississippi groupings tallied at least half a point at the turn, with several groups winning the opening nine by 3 up or more. As the matches rolled on, Team Louisiana fought back in various groupings on the back nine, but only managed to pull in 13.5 of the available 42 day one points. Team Mississippi tallied 28.5 points by winning eight of the 14 matches and finishing All Square in two.

For the second-straight playing of the MS/LA Junior Cup Matches, Team Mississippi will go into day two Singles Match Play with a hefty lead. The 15-point lead is by no means safe, however, as singles matches will also award 3 points by winning each nine and the overall match. Players from Team Mississippi plan to go into Singles Match Play with the same mindset they had in Four-Ball Match Play: win and win big. The first team to 63 points will win the 2012 MS/LA Junior Cup Matches trophy, and Mississippi plans to keep it in Mississippi for the second-straight year.

Four-Ball Match Play results and Singles pairings will be available at this link.

September 20, 2012 - 2012 MS/LA Junior Ryder Cup Matches Set for September 22-23, 2012

Greenwood- The 2012 Mississippi Louisiana Junior Ryder Cup Matches are ready to go as the teams from both states will make their way to Greenwood Country Club in Greenwood, Mississippi for the two-day event from September 22-23, 2012.

Players from Mississippi and Louisiana will go head-to-head for the 2nd Annual playing of the Ryder Cup-style matches. Players will take part in Four-ball Match Play on Saturday, September 22, and be paired at the Cup Match Banquet Saturday night for Singles Play on Sunday, September 23.

Team Mississippi took home the MS/LA Junior Cup Matches Cup last year, totaling 75.5 points to Louisiana's 50.5. This years 28-person team looks to take home the Cup for the second straight year.


The 2012 Mississippi Team includes:


Simms Abney        

Griffin Agent       

Luke Agent                           

Camden Backel                     

Conner Beth Ball

Hayden Buckley

Daniel Dahmash

CJ Easley

Malachi Freeman

Wilson Furr

Kathleen Gallagher

Holt Hederman

Tristan Hernandez

Jeshanah Johnson

Edward Lee

Sam Lee

Matt Liddon

Hunter Logan

Charlie Miller

John Michael Miller

Carlee Nanney

Benjamin Nelson

Jonathon Newman

Austin Rose

Parker Rutherford

Austin Terrell

Luther Thompson

Brice Wilkinson


The pairings for the event can be found at this link.

September 9, 2012 - Low Scores Send Furr, White Home In First Place

Madison- Lake Caroline Golf Club hosted the second and final round of the 2012 Randy Watkins invitational, and the scores were impressive from each age group with the top scoring stories coming from Overall and B Division's Wilson Furr and C Division's Hayden White.

While several players posted low figures on the day, no one performed more extraordinarily then Furr and White. Furr began the day one stroke off of Grant Motter in the Overall Division, but tallied five birdies in the final round to post a 68. His final score of 4-under 72-68-140 took top spot in both the Overall and B Division Championships. White, a native of Benton, Louisiana, began the day three strokes back of Brice Wilkinson, who held the lead after one round at 2-under 70. White didn't waste any time in the final round to make his comeback, tallying four birdies and an eagle on the front nine to card a 30 and thrust himself into the top spot. White eventful finished at 4-under 68 in the final round and 3-under 73-68-141 overall to take home first place in the C Division.

The competition in the A Division began with a tight leader board in day two, but Grant Motter pulled out the win with a fantastic final round score of 73 to finish at even-par 71-73-144. Ross Bell finished one shot back of Motter with his tournament total of 73-72-145, while Tristan Hernandez jumped into third place with his total score of 77-72-149.

In the B Division, Furr took home first place with his two-day score of 4-under 140. Daniel Dahmash finished in second place with a total of 76-74-150, while Parker Brooks finished two strokes behind Dahmash at 75-77-152.

The C Division was won by White with his 3-under 73-68. Wilkinson played well for the second straight round to finish the tournament at even par 70-74-144. Closing out the top three in the C Division was Matt Liddon, who scored red figures in the final round. Liddon knocked in three birdies and fired a final round 1-under 71 to finish at 3-over 76-71-147 for the tournament.

C.J. Easley played one of the best nine holes of his life to come back and win the Boys D Division. Easley may have gone lower if not for a double-bogey on the 15th hole, but his three birdies kept him in line for the win. He finished the tournament at 43-37-80 to win the division, just outpacing John Michael Miller. Miller, the day one leader, performed better in day two, but couldn't hold on in the end to finish one shot behind Easley at 41-40-80. Brookes Hudson closed out the top three of the Boys D Division. Hudson finished two shots shy of Easley and one back of second place Miller with his tournament total 42-40-82.

In the Girls D Division, Karley Whittington held onto her day one lead to finish on top with a two-day total of 45-42-87. Sara Hederman came up short, but finished second with a total of 55-55-110.

Some of the most exciting competition and skilled golfing came from the Boys E Division, where all of the top three finishers shot par or better in the final round. Cohen Trolio came out on top of the division after firing under par in both of his rounds. Trolio shot 2-under 35-35-70 to take home the win, as he totaled five birdies for the 18-hole tournament. Seven-year-old Kale Fontenot fired a 1-under 35 in the second round to finish in second place at 38-35-73 for the tournament. Fontenot carded four birdies in the nine-hole second round alone. Finishing in third place was Hayes Hinson, who had three birdies of his own in the final round to finish at 38-36-74.

In the Girls E Division, 6-year-old Callie Mobley improved her first round nine-hole score by eight strokes on day two to finish her 18-holes at 64-56-120.

We would like to thank all of our players and parents for coming out and making this event exciting and fun-filled for all involved. We look forward to seeing everyone at future MJGA events.

For all final round scores, click here.

September 8, 2012 - Motter Holds the Day One Lead at Randy Watkins Invitational

Brandon- The 2012 Randy Watkins Invitational is off and running, with Grant Motter taking the lead by way of his opening round 1-under 71.

Motter finished with five birdies for the day to card a great round of 71. He started out at three over after four holes, but quickly turned things around to finish with three straight birdies to close out the front nine. Motter holds a one stroke lead overall over Wilson Furr, and a two stroke lead in the A Division over Ross Bell, who fired a 1-over 73 for the day. Parker Rutherford and Austin Terrell sit in a tie for third in the A Division with an opening round 3-over 75.

The B Division is led by Furr, who fired an even-par 72 for the opening round. Furr totaled four birdies for the day to keep his score low. Sitting in second in the B Division is Parker Brooks with an opening round 75. Camden Backel, Daniel Dahmash and Jonathon Newman sit in a tie for third place after scoring 76 for the day.

In the C Division, Brice Wilkinson posted a 2-under 70 to take the top spot after the opening round. Wilkinson dropped two bridies and an eagle to total a great round for the lead. Sitting alone in second place is Hayden White, who tallied an opening round 1-over 73. Third place is stacked with a four-way tie at 76 between Matthew Scoville, Cameron Mobley, Jack Gnam and Matt Liddon. Wilkinson hopes his 3-stroke lead can hold through the final round.

In the Boys D Division, John Michael Miller holds the opening round lead after his 41. Miller sits one stroke ahead of Brookes Hudson, who posted a 42 for the day. Closing out the top three is C.J. Easley with his opening round 43. The top of the Boys D Division leader board is a tight one, and the competition looks to be exciting in the final round.

Karley Whittington leads the Girls D Division after her opening round 45. Sara Hederman sits in second place after posting a 55 for the day.

The Boys E Division is led by Cohen Trolio, who posted a 1-under 35 for the day. Trolio had three birdies to two bogeys in his round, putting him on top by three strokes. Kale Fontenot and Hayes Hinson sit in a tie for second place r both players fired an opening round 38.

Six-year-old Callie Mobley is on top the Girls E Division with her opening round 64. 

All players are off to a good start and play will continue at Lake Caroline on Sunday. Click here for all opening round scores and final round pairings.

August 5, 2012 - Mississippi Performs Well in First Playing at Southern States Junior Cup Matches

Hot Springs, AR- Twelve junior golfers represented the state of Mississippi in the 2012 Southern States Junior Cup Matches. This is the first year Mississippi has played in the event, and the MJGA participants left a positive mark for the Magnolia State as they took on other junior golfers from Oklahoma, Arkansas and Missouri.

The boys half of the team was made up by Nick Mekus, Tristan Hernandez, Luther Thompson, Noah Richardson, Daniel Dahmash and Parker Rutherford, while the girls were made up by Mackenzie Kelly, Hope Biggs, Carlee Nanney, Laura Phillips, Paige Spiers and Connor Beth Ball.

The matches began with Four-Ball play, where the six Mississippi boy/girl teams took 1.5 of the available 12 points. The Mississippi team was unable to capitalize in the Foursome play zero points acquired, but made a stance in the singles matches, taking 6.5 of the available 24 points.

For the first showing of the Mississippi Juniors at the Southern States Junior Cup Matches, the team finished with 8 total points. Next year's team hopes to come away with even more points, and has their eyes set on becoming the overall winner.

Click here to see all match results.

August 5, 2012- Lousiana's Desormeaux Holds on for a Narrow Victory

Wesson- It came down to the final hole but the recent Co-lin Community College signee Ryan Desormeaux held on for the narrow one shot victory over Griffin Agent of Madison, MS. Desormeaux of Broussard, Louisiana came in with a final round 74 to go with his first round 71 to take home the title. Defending Champion Nicholas Cobb of Madison,MS was our second place finisher in division A with his final round 74. William Lee of Brookhaven, MS tied the round of the Day with a one under par 71 to claim third place.

Even though he missed out on the overall title Griffin Agent was our division B winner with rounds of 74-72-146. Malachi Freeman of Summit, MS was out second place finishers in the division after he carded a nice one over par 73. We had two tied for third place in the division with Grant Renegar of Summit edging Jacob Berry of Braxton, MS, to win third place honors.

Our C division was controlled once again by Charlie Miller of Jackson,MS, who was our only player in the whole tournament to have two rounds under par carding a 68-70-138. Coming in second winning a score card playoff was Madison's Benjamin Nelson who also was under par with a one under 71. Brice Wilkinson, also from Madison, shot his second consecutive even par round to claim third.

In the D division Cj Easley of Batesville, MS shot a five over 41 one the back nine to secure his victory. Luke Agent of Madison was our second place runner-up.

Blair Stockett of Jackson was our girls winner, after she carded a nice round at 46 on the back nine.

The E divison was won by Louisana's Canon Clark. Clark won our under 9 year old division by five shots after his final round 43 to go with his first round 40. Joseph Berry of Braxton was our second place finisher at a two day total of 88. Coming in third was Carson Butler with a two day total of 90.

From the Mississippi Golf Association we want to say thank you to Ronny Ross and all the Wolf Hollow staff for their help and support of the MJGA. We also want to thank all the players and parents for all of your support throughout the summer. We look forward to seeing all of you soon.

August 4, 2012- Lousiana's Desormeaux Takes Control of the MS/LA Championship

Wesson- Ryan Desormeaux of Lousiana is our round one leader overall after firing a one under par 71. The par 72 Wolf Hollow Golf Club had temperatures near a hundred, but Desormeaux fought off the heat to be our only A or B division player under par. Nicholas Cobb from Madison is the closet to him after his 4 over 76.

In the B divison Griffin Agent of Madison has the lead after shooting a 2 over 74. Grant Renegar and Jonathon Newman are tied for second place after shooting 77 to start there tournament off.

Charlie Miller of Jackson played another good round after coming in 4 under on his last 5 holes to shoot 68. He has a four shot lead over Madison's Brice Wilkinson who shot an even par 72.

In the D division CJ Easley shot a smooth 1 over par 37 on the front nine to take a 6 shot lead over Madison's Luke Agent who shot a 7 over par 43.

We have a tie between Canon Clark and Joseph Berry after both players shot a first round 40. They will duel it out going into tomorrow's second round.

Blair Stockett of Jackson shot a first round score of 52 and is in first place in our girls division.

Tee times will start at 8:00 on both sides tomorrow. Good luck to all our players!!

July 27, 2012 – Thornberry Holds On to Claim the Overall Title at Country Club of Jackson

Jackson- Sitting atop of the leaderboard after two rounds of solid play Braden Thornberry was on a mission to complete what he started and that is exactly what he did. He shot a final round 70 to go with his four under par two round total to finish at six under for three days.

Thornberry not only took the overall championship he was also our B Division winner. Home town kid Wilson Furr was our second place winner and Andy Ogletree in a scorecard playoff came in third.

In the A Division Grant Motter of Hattiesburg shot a three under par score for three days and was our first place winner. Coming in second was Hayden Buckley of Belden who shot the round of the day, a four under par 68. Jacob Ross of Brookhaven who shot a final round 73 lost the scorecard playoff with Buckley and finished third.

In our C Division after two days of action we had a tie at the top and two other players just three shots behind them. Matt Liddon and defending champion Charlie Miller were both one over par going into the third and final round. After nine holes into the round we still had both players tied at the top, but Hunter Hammett of Hattiesburg had closed the gap to one. When everyone had turned their cards in, we still had had a tie between Liddon and Miller after both players finished at a three day total of 220. Charlie then birdied the par four second hole to successfully defend his title and take home his second MS Boys Junior Amateur title. Matt Liddon finished second while Edward Lee came in third.  

In our D division going into the third round Simms Abney had a six shot lead over defending champion CJ Easley. Abney never looked back after the round got started. He finished five shots better overall after shooting a two over 38 to have a three day total of 112. CJ shot a one over par 37 on the Azalea side to come in second place and John Michael Miller of Gulfport came in third after his final round 42.

In the E division we had another defending champion take care of business, when Cohen Trolio of West Point finished in first place after shooting a three day total of four over par. Coming in second was Hayes Hinson of Meridian who shot 45-39-40-124. Sims Dixon of Madison was our third place finisher after his three day total of 128.

In our Girls 16-18 year old division Hope Biggs of Clinton was our champion after her three day total of 244 taking the division by five shots over Emily Ross of Diamondhead and six shots over Miriam Parker of Madison.

Our overall Girls winner and Girls 13-15 year old winner was Jackson native Connor Beth Ball. Even though she hasn't played very many tournaments this summer she picked up right where she left off after firing a 82-78-75 three day total of 235. Coming in second was Carlee Nanney of Fulton.

Karley Whittington of Vicksburg was the winner of our Girls 10-12 year old division. She improved one shot every day to win 7 shots clear of Sara Hederman of Jackson. Tristan Cooley of Hattiesburg was our third place winner.

Congratulations to all of our winners and top five finishers. We say a HUGE thank you to the Country Club of Jackson staff for hosting this year's junior championship. The course was in great shape and one of the best we have played all summer. We look forward to seeing you all next week in Wesson, MS for the MS/LA Junior Championship.                                  

July 26, 2012 - Overnight Leader Thornberry Maintains Lead Going Into Final Round of Junior Amateur

Jackson - Day two at the 2012 Junior Amateur brought high temperatures, swirling winds and low scores. Overnight overall leader Braden Thornberry continued his good play shooting under par again with a one under 71 to again lead the overall division. He has a one shot lead going into the final round tomorrow from Grant Motter who shot the low round of the day a four under 68. Sitting in third place and three shots back is defending champion Jacob Ross who shot an even par 72 today. Division A has Grant Motter in first place with 73-68-141, two shots clear of second place Jacob Ross 71-71-143. Finishing up the top three is Zachary Myers after his two day total of 73-71-144.

Thornberry leads both the overall division and Division B with a two day total of 69-71-140. In second place is Wilson Furr who shot a two under 70 today to have 78-70-148, in third place is Andy Ogletree with a two day total of 71-80-151.

Division C is a close affair with two tied for first, Matt Liddon and Charlie Miller both shooting a solid two day total of 145, they sit three shots clear of both Hunter Hammett and Edward Lee who are tied for third with a two day total of 148.  

Division D has Simms Abney sitting atop after a great two under 34 today for a two day 18 hole total of 40-34-74, he goes into tomorrow with a six shot lead from defending champion CJ Easley 38-42-80, in a tie for third place is John Michael Miller and Moak Griffin after shooting a two day total of 87.

Division E is led by Cohen Trolio after shooting a even par 36 today for a two day 18 hole total 38-36-74, in a tie for second place is Hayes Hinson and Carson Butler both shooting a two day 18 hole total of 83.  

Girls Division 13-15 years has Conner Beth Ball leading after shooting 82-78-160, sitting in second place is Carlee Nanney with 95-92-187.

Overnight leader Hope Biggs has a eight shot lead in the Girls 16-18 Division, with a two day total 76-82-158. In a tie for second place is Emily Ross and Miriam Parker both shooting 82-83-165.

Girls D Division has Karley Whittington on top with a two day 18 hole total 49-48-97, Sara Hederman is in second place with 52-51-103 and Tristan Cooley is in third place with 59-56-115.

The golf course is in perfect condition for tomorrow’s third and final round. Click here to view the results.

July 25, 2012 - Thornberry Overall Leader After Opening Round of Junior Amateur

Jackson- On a day where sweltering temperatures and smothering humidity became seemingly unbearable, staying cool and beating the heat was almost as key as having a smooth golf game. Through one round, Braden Thornberry of Olive Branch proved to have both facets of psychological and physical control in his bag as he posted a 3-under 69 to take the lead. He took control early in the day and held on to it as the final cards came in. As day two approaches, he will have several players close on his tail.

In Division A, Hayden Buckley of Belden leads after his opening round 2-under 70. Buckley has a one shot lead over 2011 Overall Champion Jacob Ross of Brookhaven, and Luther Thompson of Jackson, who both fired 1-under 71 to sit in a tie for second place.

Thornberry leads the B and Overall division with his great 69. He only has a two shot lead in his division after Andy Ogletree of Little Rock came in with a one under 71. Daniel Dahmash and Grant Thames shot 3 over 75 to round out our top three going into the second day.

Defending C Division champion Charlie Miller of Jackson is leading the C divsion after finishing just like he started with an even par 72. Nipping at his heels is Matt Liddon of Yazoo City, Edward Lee of Canton and Jack Gnam of Jackson who all fired an opening round 1 over par 73. This division is setting up to be really competitive going into the last day.

In the Division D our 2011 champion CJ Easley of Batesville shot an opening round 38. He shot two shots better than Sims Abney of Jackson after his 4 over par 40. Garrett Gray of Baldwin finishes our top three after his 6 over par 42.

Cohen Trolio of West Point shot a 2 over 38 to take a 5 shot lead over Clinton native Carson Butler who shot a 7 over 43 on the Dogwood nine holes here at Country Club of Jackson. In a three way tie for third we have Sims Dixon of Madison, Hayes Hinson of Meridian, and Rawson Polizzi of Meridian all shooting a 9 over 45.

Hope Biggs of Clinton started her tournament off just how she wanted in the Girls 16-18 year old division, after shooting a 4 over par 76 to get out to an early 6 shot lead over Miriam Parker of Madison and Emily Ross of Diamondhead after the two of them shot an opening round 82. The girls will have to face the heat for two more days in hopes of taking home the title this year.

In the Girls 13-15 year old division Connor Beth Ball of Jackson takes the early lead over Carlee Nanney of Fulton after she shot an opening round 82. The girls will play again the next two days head to head to decide our winner.

The Girls 10-12 year old division is being lead by Karley Whittington of Vicksburg, who shot 49 to start her tournament off. She has a 3 shot lead over Sara Hederman of Jackson who fired an opening round 52. In third place Tristian Cooley of Hattiesburg shot a first round 59.

The golf course is in perfect condition with the greens rolling around speeds of 11-12 and the rough challenging the players. The temperatures throughout the week are going to remain hot so all players need to make sure they drink plenty of fluids and eat well to stay hydrated.

To view all of the scores and to view second round tee times click here.

July 23, 2012- Furr Takes Home Trophies and Drivers at Norman Puckett

Natchez- With temperatures and humidity close to 100 Wilson Furr took down the A and B divisions to take home the Norman Puckett Overall Championship. Furr Turned at one over par and finished two under on the back nine to shot a one under par 70. Coming in second in the B division Grant Renegar who beat Sanders Ott in a three hole playoff to take second place. In the A division Parker Rutherford was our champion. One shot off of Furr's 70 Rutherford bogeyed the last hole to finish at an even par 71. William Lee defeated Ross Bell in a second place playoff both players shot a 3 over par 74.

In our C division Charlie Miller ran away with the championship with a six under par 65. He made the turn at five under and had a double on his 13th hole, but then continued his good play on the back side to shoot one under on the back. Matt Liddon defeated Benjamin Nelson in a two hole playoff to capture second place honors after shooting a one under par 70. Edward Lee was fourth with a 71 and Holt Hederman also had a good round with a one over par 72.

In our D division Hunter Logan took care of business with a one under par 35 on the back nine here at Duncan Park. Luke Agent fired a si over 42 to claim second place, while Jasin Wesberry was our third place winner.

In the E division Kale Fontenot from Louisana came out victorious with a 3 over 39. Canon Clark was second with a 5 over 41. Preston Daily came out on top in the scorecard playoff to take third over John Henry Winstead.

In our Girls A division Laura Phillips shot an 80 to win, while Sarah Ruth Andrews came in second place, and Lily Sims was our third place finisher.

Karley Whittington shot one over par on the back nine to take home the first place trophy in the Girls D division. Sara Hederman shot a 5 over 41 to claim second place and Carly Havens shot a 57 to take third.

We want to send out a big thank you to Greg Brooking and all the staff here at Duncan Park, for putting on a great tournament with great prizes. The winners in the A,B,C, and Girls A division recieved a new titeist driver, second place got a titeist three wood, and third place received two dozen pro v 1's. We look forward to coming back to Natchez next summer.

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July 19, 2012 - Mekus wins playoff at rain shortened Northwood Junior

Meridian - With isolated thunderstorms threatening all morning tee times were pushed back to the afternoon and a nine hole stipulated round was completed by the whole field. Division A and B played the front nine while Divisions C/G and D/E played the back nine. With very wet conditions there were some great scores posted. At the end of nine holes 5 were tied at two over 37 in Division A, Nick Mekus, Zach Grubbs, Parker Rutherford, Luther Thompson III and Will Whitehead headed for a playoff. Five became two after the first hole, with Mekus eventually winning a tough battle on the fourth playoff hole from Thompson to become the Division A winner. 

Division B and Overall winner went to Jonathon Newman with the round of the day even par 35. Second place went to Brandon Blakney with a one over 36 and third place to Camden Backel in a score card playoff from Grant Renegar both shooting 40. 

Division C was won by Matt Liddon with a solid one over 37, two shots back were Edward Lee and Charlie Miller both shooting three over 39, Miller finished in second place after a scorecard playoff. 

Girls Division was won by Jeshanah Johnson with a 47, one shot behind was Mackenzie Kelly finishing in second place.

Girls Division D was won by Sara Hederman. 

Division D was a close affair with John Michael Miller finishing on top with a 41, one shot clear of Hunter Logan in second place, Moak Griffin finished in third with 53.

Division E was won by Hayes Hinson with a great score of 40, both Rawson Polizzi and Miller Hodge were tied with 50, Hodge finished in second after a scorecard playoff. 

Thank you to Jimmy Gamblin, his staff and Northwood Country Club for their hospitality and help in running a great event. 

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July 19, 2012- Update to Pairings at Northwood

Meridian- The Northwood Junior has been delayed due to weather. Pairings have been reset with the first time beginning at 12:30. Division A and B will start play from the number 1 tee. Divsisions C, Girls, D and E will begin play from number 10. The range is closed and pairings will be reposted. Please click here for an update to pairings.

July 17, 2012- Juniors Tee it Up with the PGA Tour at True South Jr Pro Am

Madison- Another successful year as the PGA Tour rolled into town for the True South Classic and thirty-six juniors made their way to Madison for the Junior Pro Am. Teams of four were paired with a PGA Professional and played a shamble format for six holes this afternoon at Annandale Golf Club.

Juniors were able to meet and learn from some of the best in the game. These professionals were quite impressed as well with the talent that the junior golf association members exhibit. Many thanks to all those that made this day possible. Thank you to Tournament Director, John Marovich who has worked tirelessly to make this day a reality. Junior golf in Mississippi has come a long way and could not be possible without the kindness of our community. Thank you to the PGA Tour players who gave of their time- best of luck to you all this week.

For complete results please click here to view the True South Classic Tournament Page.    

July 17, 2012- Two Mississippians In National Tournaments

Kathleen Gallagher of Greenwood, MS and Jacob Ross of Brookhaven are both playing in the USGA Boys and Girls Junior Amateur Championships. The boys tournament is being played in Stratham, NH, at the Golf Club of New England. In round one Jacob turned in a three over par 75. He is currently in 68th out of 156th place. You can follow Jacob by clicking here.

The girls tournament is being played in Daly City, CA, at Lake Merced Golf Club. Kathleen shot a opening round 73 and is currently in 3rd place out of 155. Click here to follow Kathleen through the rest of the tournament. Good luck to both Kathleen and Jacob we are cheering for both of you!

July 11, 2012- Another Solid Round From Buckly Secures the 2012 Pros of Tomorrow

Tupelo- As Hayden Buckley of Belden walked to the first tee today he knew that he had a six shot lead over the rest of the field going into the final round at his home course. After the first nine holes he still had that six shot lead. Buckley never gave the rest of the field a chance from the first time he teed it up on Tuesday morning until he tapped in for the victory on Wednesday afternoon.

He carded a 67-69-136 to win by six shots. Coming in second place tying Buckleys second round, round of the day was Austin Rose of Tupelo. Coming in third place in our A division was Hunter Harmon of Vardamen who also shot a final round 69.

In our B division Wilson Furr and Haynes Horsley both of Jackson were tied going into today's final round after carding an opening round even par 72. Furr managed to stay on top of the leaderboard coming in with a one under par 71 to claim his victory. Andy Ogletree of Little Rock, MS also shot a 71 today and claimed second place while Horsley shot a good round of 75 to come in third.

In our C division a dominate performance from Charlie Miller of Jackson with a 73-75-148 to win by nine shots over Benjamin Nelson of Madison. Edward Lee of Canton was our third place winner.

Our Girls C division went into a playoff between former Tupelo High School teammates Mallory Lesley and Kathleen Reynolds who both came in with a two day total of 185. It took three sudden death playoff holes for Reynolds to claim her title on number three green. Both girls played very well these past two days.

In our Boys D division Hunter Logan started the day with a three shot lead, but he also had nine players within just six shots of him. After the end of regulation we had Sims Abney and Hunter Logan going into a playoff after carding a two day total of 76. It took two holes and Logan was our winner.

In the Girls D division Margaret Hill was our winner with a two day total of 125 and Piper Davis came in second with a score of 129.

Congratulations to all of our winners and competitors. We want to send a big thank you to Jim Rose and all the Tupelo Country Club staff, the course looked great and we could not of had such a great event without all of your help. We look forward to seeing everyone again real soon. Click here for all final round results.

July 10, 2012 Buckley Pulls Away From the Rest of the Field in Pros of Tomorrow

Tupelo- After nine holes Hayden Buckley of Belden was at four under and he wasn't done. Even with a double bogey on his scorecard he managed to finish at a five under par 67. In the A division he has a six shot lead over Austin Terrell, Austin Rose, and Nick Mekus who all carded a one over par 73. In the B division we have two tied at the top after day one with Haynes Horsley and Wilson Furr, both from Jackson,MS, shooting an even par 72.

In our C division Charlie Miller has a three shot lead over Benjamin Nelson after coming in with a one over par 73.

Our 11 and under division is our most competitive division. We have Hunter Logan leading after shooting a one over par 37 on the front nine. After that we have nine players within six shots of the lead. Tomorrow every shot will count coming down the stretch.

Our Girls 12-18 year old division is being led by Kathleen Reynolds who fired a 89, she will have a 5 shot lead over fellow Tupelo competitor Mallory Lesley.

In our nine hole girls division Margaret Hill came in with a 63 on the front nine two shots ahead of Piper Davis who shot 65.

All tee times have been posted for tomorrow and we are sorry to inform you that the Putting contest and Pizza Party has been cancelled due to rain. We will see everyone tomorrow and good luck to all competitors. Click here for tee times and scores.

July 3, 2012- Three-way Playoff Decides Boys A Division at 2012 Windance Junior Event

Gulfport- As the final group turned in their cards at the scoring tent, Fant Carpenter and Connor Crabbe waited in the clubhouse to see if they would be the only participants of the playoff for A Division first place. Within minutes, all of the final scores flashed across the television, showing that Austin Terrell would also be a part of the playoff. The three players took 15 minutes to cool down from the blazing gulf coast heat and smothering humidity, and made their way to the #1 tee box. The players competed tremendously, but the first place spot could only go to one person. After two playoff holes, Austin Terrell claimed the title of 2012 Windance Junior Champion. His one round score of 78 proved to be enough to get him into the playoff, where he fought off Carpenter and Crabbe to take the first place trophy. Crabbe finished second, and Carpenter third, after both shooting 78 but falling short of Terrell in the playoff. Carpenter finished third because he was eliminated after the first playoff hole.

In the B Division, Parker Brooks claimed the title of first place with a score of 77, which topped all scores for the day. Camden Backel and Andy Ogletree came in second and third, respectively, after firing scores of 78 and finding their rank by way of a scorecard tiebreak. In the C Division, Charlie Miller came from behind with a 2-under 34 on the back nine to take the division with a total score of 74 for the round. Edward Lee finished second with a 76, and Brice Wilkinson rounded out the top three with a 79. Emily Ross took the Girls Division with a score of 80, beating out Paige Spiers (88) and Laura Phillips (90) for the first place spot. In the Boys D Division, John Michael Miller claimed the first place trophy with a 9-hole score of 44. Miller had tough competition, as Sam Lee (46) and Eric Ogletree (49) finished only two and five strokes back to close out the top three. In the Girls D Division, Karley Whittington claimed her second straight first place finish, posting a score of 44 for the day. Sarah Hederman finished in second with a score of 55, and Tristan Cooley came in third with a 59.

All final scores can be found at this link. Look under the Junior Golf tab at www.missgolf.org for upcoming tournaments!

June 29, 2012- MJGA Birdies for Charity for True South Classic in July

Jackson- The MJGA relies on the money raised through the Birdies for Charity during the True South Classic. Last year the MJGA raised nearly $5,000 to support its Bill Cass Scholarship and junior golf programs. We are asking all the MJGA memebers to get one pledge of $.02 per birdie made during the True South Classic or a $25 doantion. If each current MJGA member did this, we would raise over $6,000. This is your MJGA Tour and we need your help. The MJGA will award 5 points for each $.02 pledge or $25 donation that each MJGA memeber solicits.  The maximum number of bonus points is 25 per player. The cut off for the points to count for the True South Classic Junior Pro Am is July 3. The deadline for all biride forms to count for points is July 16.

June 27, 2012 - McElrath Beats the Field and the Heat to Take Old Waverly Junior

West Point- Sweltering temperatures and a sun-soaked sky made play tough for some, but not for all. After a 2-under front nine, Evan McElrath beat the heat and kept a cool head through the back, finishing the one-day tournament with a score of 1-under 71 to take the 2012 MJGA Old Waverly Junior A Division by one stroke.

Division A runner-up went to Austin Terrell, who shot a solid even par round of 72, while Parker Rutherford finished out the top three with a 4-over 76. Wyatt Allen won the B Division and finished 3rd overall with a score of 3-over 75. Malachi Freeman and Phillip Heine rounded out the top three in the B Division with scores of 79 and 80, respectively. Division C remained close throughout the tournament, but was eventually won by Matt Liddon, who fired an even 72 to take his division. Jackson Wedgeworth fought off competitors to take second in the C Division with a 4-over 76, while Edward Lee came in third with a 5-over 77. Carlee Nanney finished on top of the leaderboard in the Girls Division after firing an 87 and finishing ahead of second place Jeshanah Johnson (101) and third place Laura Phillips (101). Johnson topped Phillips by way of a scorecard tiebreak. In the Boys D Division, Hunter Logan took first place with his 9-hole score of 40. Logan finished ahead of second place Garrett Gray (46) and third place Griffin Little (47). The Girls D Division remained close throughout the 9-hole round, but was won by Karley Whittington, who shot a 43 to finish three strokes ahead of second place Blair Stockett (46) and eight strokes ahead of third place Tristan Cooley (51). In the Boys E Division, Sims Dixon finished in first after firing 1-over 37 to finish one stroke ahead of second place Cohen Trolio (38) and six ahead of third place Wells Williams (43).

For the third straight junior competition, a competitor in the field made a hole-in-one. Congratulations to Cade Lott for his ace on number 3!

All final scores can be found at this link. Look under the Junior Golf tab at www.missgolf.org for upcoming tournaments!

June 21, 2012 - Hernandez comes from behind to win the Greenwood Junior

Greenwood- Perfect weather conditions in Greenwood made for great scores in the final round of the Junior Invitational. Divison A Tristan Hernandez was sitting three shots behind after day one but with solid play both days he came out on top shooting 73-73-146 to finish one shot ahead of Division B winner Jonathon Newman and becoming the 2012 Champion.

Division A runner up went to Ross Bell with 72-76-148 and third place to Patrick Dickson with 77-75-152 in a card tie-break from four others. Division B winner Newman had the low tournament round 68 for a 79-68-147 to finish five shots in front of second place Andy Ogletree 73-79-152 and third place Steve Pannel 74-78-152. Division C was won by Edward Lee with consistent scores of 75-76-151 to finish six shots ahead of second place Benjamin Nelson 82-75-157, and seven shots clear of third place Matt Liddon 81-77-158. Mackenzie Kelly finished atop the Girls Divison with a solid 78-80-158 to finish eight shots clear of second place Carlee Nanney 88-78-166. Boys D Division was a close contest in the final group but was won by Simms Abney finishing with 42-43-85 to finish one shot ahead of John Michael Miller 43-43-86. Sam Lee made up the top three with a 48-47-95. Girls D Division came down to a playoff with both Blair Stockett and Sara Hederman finishing with a two day 18 hole total of 104. Blair Stockett was the eventual winner after the first playoff hole. Division E winner went to Owen Abney shooting a two day 18 hole total of 43-46-89, with Raines Walker coming in second shooting 57-45-102

Big congratulations to Holt Hederman who had a hole in one on hole 8 today.

Thank you to the Greenwood Country Club and their staff for a great tournament. Congratulations to all the players. Click here to view the final results. Click here for complete results.

June 20, 2012- McElrath and Darby Jump Out in Front at Greenwood Junior

Greenwood- On a day that temperatures were reaching 95 degrees here in Greenwood, two players started to seperate themselves from the rest of the pack. Evan McElrath of Columbus and Tait Darby of Olive Branch both shot an opening round 2 under par 70. Evan managed to shoot a front nine score of 34 with two bogeys and four birdies.

Darby had three birdies and an eagle on hole number 16 to secure his 2 under round. Ross bell of Madison our last week's winner in Cleveland is nipping at their heels after his even par 72.

In our C division Edward Lee of Canton is looking to make it two wins in two weeks after firing an opening round 75 to take a 5 shot lead over Jackson Wedgeworth of Soso and Holt Hederman of Jackson, who both shot 80.

Mackenzie Kelly of Magee is leading our Girls G Divsion after shooting a 78.

In our Boys D Division we have a close race after day one. Our leader is Sims Abney who shot a nine hole score of 42 and John Michael Miller of Gulfport right behind him at 43.

Sims's brother Owen Abney is leading our E Boys Division after also shooting a first round 43.

Blair Stockett of Jackson has a 4 shot lead over Sara Hederman after shooting a 51. Tee times are posted and will start at 8:00 am in the morning. Good luck to all our competitors and we look forward to seeing you here again tomorrow. Click here for pairings and results.

June 14, 2012- Bell and Agent Come Through With Clutch Performance

Cleveland- When the day started Ross Bell and Griffin Agent were 1 and 5 shots off the lead. After the round was over they found themselves in a playoff for the overall championship. Ross Bell of Madison came in with a three under par 69 to follow his first round 70 to win the A division and tie for the overal title.

The round of the day came from another Madison native, and high school teammate of Bell,  Griffin Agent with his 7 under par, bogey free, 65. The overall playoff went down number one, where Ross Bell's par was enough to win the 500 scholarship to the college of his choice. Coming in second place in the A division was Hunter Harmon and Nick Mekus with a total of two under 142. In the B division second place went to Steve Panell after his second round 69 and third place went to Heath Newsome.

Our C division was competitve as always with Edward Lee coming out on top with his final round 68 to win by 4 shots over Charlie Miller who shot 76-71. Matt Liddon turned things around today with a 73 after his opening round 80 to receive third place honors.

In our D division we had a playoff as well between Garrett Gray and Hunter Logan. Hunter Logan made a solid par to come away with a victory! Both players played very well both day with a total score of 83. Luke Agent was our third place finisher with a total score of 54-52.

Our E division was won by Hayes Smith of Sentatobia with a final round 40 to go with his first round 46. Rounding out our top three was Landon Wikerson coming in second and Carson Bensley coming in third.

Blair Stockett was our Girls D division winner with a 64-52.

The shot of the tournament however came from JR Wright of Aberdeen, MS. On the 182 yard Par 3 second hole he had an ace. Congratulations to JR on his great shot. Also Congratulations to all of our winners and competitors for having a great tournament. Look forward to seeing you in the weeks to come. Click here to see the final results.

June 13, 2012- Mekus and Harmon Go Low for Round One Lead at 2012 State Games/Sonny Andrews Junior Invitational

Cleveland- When Nick Mekus and Hunter Harmon teed off Wednesday afternoon with no pre-round practice due to rain that closed the driving range, they didn't know what to expect from their games. Eighteen holes later, both Mekus and Harmon found themselves sitting atop the day one A/B leaderboard after firing 3-under 69.

The course proved to be unexpectedly dry and receptive after 5 inches of rain soaked the course Monday night, and the day-one leaders took advantage of that fact with every chance they had. By combining for ten birdies, Mekus and Harmon found ways on each hole to lower the numbers on their scorecards. Ross Bell and Clayton tallied scores of 2-under 70 and 1-under 71, respectively, to sit one and two strokes back from the day one leaders. 2011 tournament winner Parker Rutherford sits six strokes back from the leaders after his round one 3-over 75. Griffin Agent sits at 6th place overall (A/B) and 1st in the B Division after firing a 2-over 74 on day one.

In the C division, Edward Lee and Benjamin Nelson are atop the leaderboard with day one scores of 3-over 75. Charlie Miller sits one stroke back after a 4-over 76. In the D/E division, Garrett Gray stands alone in first place through one round with his 3-over 39 in 9-hole play. Hunter Logan finds himself one stroke back after his 4-over 40 on day one. The D/E group will play the other 9 holes (front) on Thursday.

For all round one scores and final round tee times and pairings, click here.

June 12, 2012- The MJGA State Games/Sonny Andrews Junior Invitational Tee times to start at 12:00 Wednesday

Cleveland- Cleveland Country Club has received over 5 inches of rain over night and the course will be closed to practice rounds on Tuesday, June 12th. The maintenance crew will be working today to get the course in playable condition for the junior invitational tomorrow. First round tee times will begin at 12:00 pm on Wednesday, June 13. Pairings and tee times will be posted after 3:00 pm on Tuesday, June 12th.

Lunch will be provided for the players prior to their round on Wednesday beginning at 11:00 am. Food will also be provided after play on Wednesday. Players and their families are invited to bring their swimming attire and use the Cleveland CC pool after play.

Contact the Cleveland CC Pro Shop for more information 662-843-3456.

May 31, 2012- Taylor and Gallagher Hold off Competitors and Beat the Rain

Oxford- Finishing with just minutes to spare before a torrential down pour came to the course, Chase Taylor tapped in for a par to win the overall championship by one shot, shooting 70-71-141. This was one shot better than Hayes Weathersby who shot the round of the day 70 for a two day total of 142.

Taylor and Weathersby will represent the A division, while Wilson Furr will represent the B division, by coming in third overall and first in the B division with a two day total of 143. Jonathan Newman, Daniel Dahmash, and Griffin Agent came in second place in the B division with a two day total of 152. In our C division Charlie Miller came from second place to win with a two day total 150, followed by Matt Liddon with a two day total of 151. Kathleen Gallagher won the Girls division with a 73-72-145, while Emily Ross claims second place with 80-77-157. Both girls will represent the state in the Big I national tournament. In our Boys D division Sims Abney had another consistent round of two over 38 after his one over 37 yesterday. John Michael Miller from Gulfport finished second with a two day total of 86. Sarah Hederman shot a two day total of 112 to win the Girls D. Sims Dixon shot a one under par two day total of 71 to win the Boys E division and Payton Chandler came in second with an 89. We had a great turnout for our first tournament of the season. We are looking forward to seeing all of you throughout the next few weeks! Congratulations to all our winners!

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May 30, 2012 - Low Scoring First Round of Big I Escapes Midday Storms

Oxford-  Hayden Buckley, Austin Rose, Chase Taylor and Wilson Furr capped off their day one round at 2-under par with North Mississippi thunderstorms threatening to drop at any time.  The players took advantage of early favorable conditions and went low. Buckley, Rose and Taylor, all Division A players, go into day two with a one-stroke lead in their division. Furr, from division B, will start day two with a four-stroke lead over the nearest competitor. In the C Division, Jack Gnam is leading by three after a day-one score of 1-under par. Simms Abney took the day-one lead in the Boys D Division with a score of one over par. In the Boys E Division, Sims Dixon fired one under to take a nine-shot lead into day two. Kathleen Gallagher is leading the girls division by four strokes after scoring one over for the day. Sarah Hederman is on top of the Girls D division with a day-one score of 54.

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May 23, 2012 - Junior Golf is Upon Us

The Mississippi Junior Golf Association is only days away from the kick-off to the BankPlus Junior Tour Season. Juniors will tee it up on Wednesday, May 30 at Ole Miss Golf Club for the National Big "I" Qualifier. Family and friends will once again be able to watch from home with the help of our live scoring. Click here for more information and to follow the players.