Harber Snags 7th Career Win
Inclement weather forced the tournament at Harmony Landing Country Club into a one day shootout after the cancellation of Saturday's round. That was not a problem for Vaughn Harber. Vaughn used an eagle and two birdies to shoot a one under par 70 on Sunday. That score was good enough to get him into a three-way playoff for the Boys 16-19 division. He then went out and birdied each of the first two holes of the playoff to seal his 7th Golfweek Junior Tour win and first since last summer. Ty Ruttinger and Keaton Parmley both shot 70 to enter into the playoff and they tied for second place.
Caleb Schnarr racked up four birdies on his way to a one under par 70 on Sunday at Harmony Landing. The 70 got him into a playoff for the overall title, but he came up short in that bid. Caleb won the Boys 14-15 division by two strokes for his third career Golfweek Junior Tour victory and his second in the last month. Adam Thanaporn shot a one over par 72, which was good for second place on the weekend. Landon Stillwell finished three shots back of that at 75, which ended up in third place.
Karra Tucker used her best round on the Golfweek Junior Tour to vault her to her first career GJT win on Sunday. Karra had three birdies and shot a 34 on the front nine to distance herself from the competition. She ended up with a 12 shot margin of victory. Madolyn Kost shot identical 42s on each nine for an 84, good for second place. Third place was captured by Fait Brumfield with an 87.
Alex Cook rattled off four birdies on his way to a 75 on Sunday. Alex grabbed his first career Golfweek Junior Tour win in only his second start. Alex was locked in a tight battle all day with Thomas Thanaporn who finished one stroke behind. Thomas had two birdies of his own and picked up his fifth top 5 of the season. Cooper Kropf came in third place after a score of 90 on the day.
Cammy Reed was able to shoot 81 in the cold conditions on Sunday to earn her first Golfweek Junior Tour win. Her 81 included a flawless front nine 34, featuring one birdie and no bogeys. The 81 was enough to leave her competitors behind. She won the tournament by four. Ellie Gonzalez-Ribble carded an 85 to finish in second place in the 18 hole format. Ellie also captured Fall Player of the Year in the Girls 14U division. Calli Reed shot an 87 to finish alone in third place.