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Hall of Fame Performance for Deal


Sydney Deal gained entry to the Golfweek Junior Tour Hall of Fame this weekend with her dominant win in the Girls 15-19 division. The win at Darby Creek represents her 11th victory on the GolfWeek Jr Tour, and her last victory needed in the Girls 15-19 division to be placed in the Hall of Fame. The Florida Gulf Coast University commit posted 10 birdies on the weekend along her way to posting the medalist rounds for both Saturday and Sunday. One of her many highlights came in the first round where she recorded 4 birdies over a 5 hole stretch (#13 - #17). Sydney's 138 total was enough to win her division by 4 strokes over Jodie Han, who posted a 2 under par total of 142.




Cameron Phillips, another member of the Hall of Fame, topped a leaderboard full of red numbers and impressive scores this weekend. Cameron's two days would include 13 birdies, and his second round 65 would not have a single bogey on the scorecard. His two rounds of 69-65 would take home the Boys 16-19 and Boys 14-19 titles this weekend with Bowling Green State commit, Brady Fox, and Ohio University commit, Jack Flores taking home 2nd and 3rd respectively.




Posting the medalist rounds for both Saturday and Sunday, Ellie Gonzalez-Ribble would take home the Girls 14 & Under division by an impressive 12 strokes. This win would represent her 7th career victory on the GolfWeek Jr Tour and was helped with her consistent play and 6 birdies across the weekend.




It was down to the wire in the Boys 14-15 division at Darby Creek with the entire tournament coming down to the last few holes between Jack Marsh, Conor Hickey, Brady Barnum, and Blake Hartman who would all finish within 1 stroke of each other. Jack Marsh would need to finish the last 5 holes in 2 under par to post the 143 total and a 1 stroke win. His two days included 8 birdies and would be his second win on the GolfWeek Jr Tour.




Alex Cook would take home the Boys 13 & Under division title this weekend with the help of an eagle on his 33rd hole of the tournament. The towering drive would reach the par 4, 15th green and come to rest only 4 feet from the hole. His tap in eagle would contribute to a back nine 35 on Sunday that would give him a 2 stroke victory over Landon Tropf and Harrison Young at 143. This win continues Alex's dominant season which includes 5 victories, and 8 top 3 finishes.




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