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July 14-19, 2023
Boys 10-11, 12-13 and Girls 10-12
July 19-24, 2023
Boys 14-15 and Girls 13-14
July 24-29, 2023
Boys 16-18 and Girls 15-18
The 2021 Optimist Junior Golf Championship held a couple of record breakers. Maria Jose Marin Negrete of Colombia -- shot an incredible 63 breaking the course record on Trump National Doral’s -- Red Tiger’s Course And Seven (7) Hole in Ones
Hole in ones are rare -- The odds of making a hole in one are 12,500 to 1.Junior Golfers from around the world compete in the Optimist International Junior Golf Championship took place July 14-29, 2021 at Doral Resort in Miami, Florida. This year we had approximately 575 golfers from 23 nations. The participants put it all on the line in very tight battles to win the Championship.
Optimist Junior Golf Championships
We had a busy July with three weeks of play at
Trump National Doral in Miami, Florida.
Here's a look at the winners:
Boys 10 - 11
First place : Nicholas Logis, Austin, Texas;
Second place : Luciano Follmer, Austin, Texas
Third place : Matias Saavedra, Key Biscayne, Florida
Girls 10 - 12
First place : Sophie Han, Guangzhou, China
Second place : Chutimon Rujiranan, Sriracha, Thailand
Third place : Alexis Faieta, Los Angeles, California
Boys 12 - 13
First place : Jack Roberts, St Marys, Georgia
Second place: Alex Huang, Foshan, China
Third place : Santiago Gomez, Bogota, Colombia
First Place: Maria Cabanillas, San Martin de los Andes, Argentina
Second Place: Alisa Inprasit, Pakchong, Thailand
Third Place: Thanchanok Iadpluem, Surat Thani, Thailand
First Place: Nashawn Tyson, Stuart, Florida
Second Place: Weston Jones, Sudbury, Massachusetts
Third Place: Eduardo Galdos, Lima Peru
First place: Haley Quickel, Middletown, Delaware
Second place: Giovanna Fernandez Lopez, Luque, Paraguay
Third place: Tagiralani Luafalealo, Honolulu, Hawaii
First place: Angel Guerra, El Tigre, Venezuela
Second place: Tradgon Mccrae, Plainville, Kansas
Third place: Kolbe Irei, Honolulu, Hawaii
For complete results and scores, visit www.optimist.org/golf/championships.