Howe, Gillespie Earn CJGA Junior Series Championships Andrew Howe of Longmont and Sydney Gillespie of Highlands Ranch made their first Colorado …
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Howe, Gillespie Earn CJGA Junior Series Championships
Andrew Howe of Longmont and Sydney Gillespie of Highlands Ranch
made their first Colorado Junior Golf Association victories
significant ones as they claimed titles Tuesday in the CJGA Junior
Series Championship for 11-13 year-olds.
Howe, 13, shot a 2-over-par 67 at The Homestead Golf Course to
win the boys championship by two strokes over CJGA 11-13 points
leader Jake Staiano of Englewood. Jackson Burke of Centennial fired
a 70 to finish third.
Gillespie, 12, carded a 6-over-par 71, winning the girls
division by one stroke over Calli Ringsby of Denver and Elizabeth
Wang of Parker.
The Junior Series Championship features many of the top
performers from 2009 CJGA tournaments.
CJGA Junior Series Championship (11-13 year-olds) results
Senior Women’s Amateur Sectional Qualifying
Marian Barker of Lubbock, Texas, earned medalist honors after
firing a 3-over par round of 75 Aug. 12 at The Club at Pradera
during the USGA Senior Women’s Amateur Sectional Qualifying. Eight
other women advance with Barker to the USGA Senior Women’s Amateur
Championship which is Sept. 12-17 at The Homestead (Cascades
Course) in Hot Springs, Va.
USGA Senior Women’s Amateur Sectional Qualifying results
Gunderson medalist in U.S. Senior Amateur Qualifying
Roger Gunderson of Aurora, a past champion in both the CGA
Senior Stroke Play and Senior Match Play, shot a 2-under-par 70
Monday at Blackstone Country Club to earn medalist honors in
qualifying for the U.S. Senior Amateur.
Joining Gunderson in advancing to the national tournament were
nine-time CGA senior champion John Olive of Colorado Springs (74),
Robert Cloud of Denver (75) and Jim Pierce of Oro Valley, Ariz.
(76). The U.S. Senior Amateur will be played Sept. 12-17 at Beverly
Country Club in Chicago.
U.S. Senior Amateur Qualifying results
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