With the conclusion of the Fall season in the Midwest region, points champions were crowned and some races came down to the final shots.
Congratulations to our Fall Champions! All will be profiled in the December edition of Golfweek Magazine.
Boys 15-19: Callahan Elzey
In eight events played, the resident of Fort Wayne, Ind., managed four runner-up finishes and five finishes in the top-4. He added to his total by virtue of a top-14 finish in the talent-laden field of the Golfweek East Coast Junior Invitational in November. Elzey’s tie for second in the Fall Championship surged him ahead of Tyler Gray, who finished with 1,584 points.
Girls 15-19: Anna Hack
The Murray, Ky. resident notched three victories before a runner-up finish in the Fall Championship. Hack won both events that had the largest fields of the season and those victories helped her build a sizable lead in points that she added to in the finale. Jenna Burris finished second with 277 points in two events.
Boys 13-14: Patrick Allgeier
The Fort Wayne resident played in eight events, garnering two victories and three runner-up finishes to beat Andrew Wood by 276 points. Allgeier posted his wins in the season-opener at Notre Dame and later at Indianapolis’ Heartland Crossing.
Boys 12-and-Under: Brian Terlesky
A resident of Youngstown, Ohio, Terlesky won all three events he started. The biggest win came in the largest field of the year at Heartland crossing and provided most of the cushion he would need in beating Ben Smith, who earned 420 points.
Girls 14-and-Under: Allyson Geer
The Brighton, Mich. resident won all four times she teed it up this season, beating out Kayla Benge by 249 points. Her biggest win came at the University Club of Kentucky, which had the largest field of the season and earned her 189 of her points.