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Results from the US Kids Golf Savannah 2021 Fall Tour Championship

By Special to the Prep Sports Report | November 23, 2021

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The US Kids Golf Savannah Tour completed its Fall 2021 season at the Tour Championship played on November 14 at Southbridge Golf Club.  

The results of the Tour Championship determined the season points winners for every age division.

In the Boys 6-Under age group, Richmond Hill’s Bo Donahue posted a 7-over 43 to win theTour Championship, but Richmond Hill’s Lou Kivett won the points championship after placing second at the tour championship.

In Boys 7, Savannah’s Rivers Hood carded a 4-over par 40  to tie for first in the Tour Championship with Statesboro’s Brantley Lott and win the seasons points championship. Hood finished with two wins and tie for first during the six-tournament season.

In Boys 8, Bluffton’s Eli Brantley posted a 1-under par 35 in the Tour Championship and won the points championship with four wins in six events.

In the Boys 9 age group, Savannah’s Zach Dao shot 2-over 38 to win the Tour Championship and won the points championship with five wins in six events.

In the Boys 10 age group, Bluffton’s Paul Morell carded a 4-over par 40 to win the Tour Championship, but Richmond Hill’s Sahaj Patel captured the points championship with four wins, a runner up and a tie for runner up during the season.

In Boys 11, Braceton Beasley from Glenwood, Ga., was in the only player to break 80 in the Tour Championship, carding a 6-over par 78 for the victory. Beasley won all six events during the season and broke 80 in all but one event with a low score of even par 72 on September 12 at Bacon Park Golf Course.

In Boys 12, Savannah’s Kohki Maeda posted a 9-over 81 to win the Tour Championship and Dublin’s Will Tribble won the points championship with three wins and two runner up finishes in six events.

In the Boys 13-14 age group, Savannah's Braden Schnaible carded an impressive round of 2-over 74 in the Tour Championship and won the points championship as well with three victories in the five events he entered, including a 4-under par 68 at Crescent Pointe Golf Club in September.

In the Boys 15-18 age group, Jesup’s Aidan Jones won the Tour Championship with a 12-over par 84 and captured the points championship with two wins in the four events he entered, including a 1-under par 71 at the Golf Club at Hilton Head Lakes in October.

In the Girls 8-under group, Georgia McDonald from Smyrna, Ga., won the Tour Championship with a 7-over par 43 and the seasons points championship.  She won all four events she entered, including a 3-over par 39 at the Golf Club at Hilton Head Lakes in October.

In the Girls 9-10 age group, Madison Woodrum from Statesboro, Ga., won the Tour Championship with a 4-over par 40 but Richmond Hill's Ella Kate Woods won the season points championship with three wins and three runner up finishes in six events.

In the Girls 11-12 age group, Savannah's Maya Lilja birdied the 18th hole to steal a one-stroke victory over Alexa Mohler from Richmond Hill with a 10-over par 82 in the Tour Championship.  Lilja won all six events of the Fall series.

In the Girls 13-14 age division, Savannah’s Ainsley Sheffield parred her last four holes in the Tour Championship to card a 19-over par 91 and capture a one-stroke victory over runner up Amanda Puchales from Richmond Hill. But Puchales won the other five events during the Fall season and captured the season points title.

In the Girls 15-18 age group, Savannah’s Maddie Sheldon won all three events she entered and claimed both the Tour Championship and the points title.

Visit US Kids Golf Savannah Tour 2021 Fall Tour Championship to view all results from all age groups, and click US Kids Golf Savannah Tour 2021 Fall Season Points Standings to view all of the points totals for the season.

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The "Coach" Karl DeMasi has been teaching and coaching for the past 35 years on all levels of academia and athletics. One of his hobbies has been writing, announcing and talking about sports. DeMasi has been involved in the Savannah Area sports scene since 1995, and he created the high school magazine "The Prep Sports Report" in 2000. In 2010, the "Coach" started broadcasting The Karl DeMasi Sports Report. He's still going strong, broadcasting on Facebook live and Twitter live every Saturday morning. You gotta love it!


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