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SC Jr State Championship - April 5, 2014

Results - PDGA Website

FJ3 - 13 & Under Girls
Player
Round
Putting
Accuracy
Distance
Victoria Scott
71 (+17)
1st
4th
2nd
Dawson Clifford
78 (+24)
2nd
3rd
4th
Nico Sullivan
80 (+26)
3rd
1st
3rd
Anna Barfield
81 (+27)
4th
2nd
1st

MJ4 - 10 & Under Boys
Player
Round
Putting
Accuracy
Distance
Christian Scott
67 (+13)
2nd
3rd
3rd
Grayson Young
69 (+15)
3rd
2nd
1st
Samuel Woodall
73 (+19)
4th
1st
2nd
Jehu Woodall
75 (+21)
1st
4th
4th

 

Commentaries

Bob's Notes:

We decided to stay the night at a hotel instead of drive down really early in the morning like we had in the past. The good thing about this was that it allowed the kids to practice a bit on Friday evening. The bad news was it was hard to sleep on the hotel bed and the kids got me up too early anyway.

Debbie wasn't able to join us this year or last year because of tournaments, but we had a good time anyway. Both kids played pretty well, but clearly aren't back in best form yet. They both hung on to win their divisions and enjoyed playing with the children on their cards.

In the competitions, both kids did better in putting than they usually do, but then did worse in accuracy than they usually do. Single-throw accuracy contests are tough anyway.

We all enjoyed our day and we're planning to eat out afterwards, but as we had just finished pizza a bit ago, we decided to drive back home, get a big slushie from QT, and eat somewhere near home instead (I was surprised they chose Taco Bell out of anywhere they wanted to go though).

Victoria's Notes:

My division of the tournament was great and I made new friends. I was able to come in first, but it was close. I shot a 71 today and also won the putting competition.

We had pizza for lunch and I won 2 discs as raffle prizes.

Christian's Notes:

I was playing with my buddies: Ggrayson, Jehu, and Samuel. They all did very good. I thought I might have lost but I won by 2 strokes.

My disc was up in a tree on number 10, and then my approach hit the top of the basket and rolled down the hill into the thorns! Even though it was a long, tough putt, I made it from there.