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Results from US Kids Golf Savannah at Crescent Pointe Golf Club

By Special to the Prep Sports Report | September 27, 2021

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Savannah's Braden Schnaible made 3 eagles and six birdies en route to an incredible round of 4-under 68 that highlighted the US Kids Golf Savannah Tour event played September 26 at Crescent Pointe Golf Club in Bluffton, S.C.

Schnaible, an 8th grader, eagled the fifth, seventh and 11th holes and also played holes 10-14 in 4 under par to record the first round in the 60s during the US Kids fall 2021 season and win the Boys 13-14 age group by six strokes. In other age groups, Statesboro's Brantley Lott posted a 1-over 37 to win the Boys 7 age group and Richmond Hill's Sahaj Patel posted a 2-over 38 to win the Boys 10 age group.

 

 

AGE GROUP WINNERS FROM CRESCENT POINTE GOLF CLUB

Boys 6-under: Bo Donahue (Richmond Hill) 47 (+11)

Boys 7: Brantley Lott (Statesboro, Ga) 37 (+1)

Boys 8: Eli Brant (Bluffton, S.C.) 41 (+5)

Boys 9: Eli Foxworth (Pembroke, Ga.) 45 (+9)

Boys 10: Sahaj Patel (Richmond Hill) 38 (+2)

Boys 11: Braceton Beasely (Glenwood, Ga.) 81 (+9)

Boys 12: Will Tribble (Dublin, Ga.) 80 (+8)

Boys 13-14: Brade Schnaible (Savannah) 68 (-4)

Boys 15-18: Brayden O'Leary (Bluffton, S.C.) 78 (+6)

Girls 8-under: Georgia McDonald (Smyrna, Ga.) 47 (+11)

Girls 9-10: Ella Kate Woods (Richmond Hill, Ga.) 45 (+9)

Girls 11-12: Maya LIlja (Savannah) 91 (+19)

Girls 13-14: Amanda Puchales (Richmond Hill, Ga.) 99 (+27)

Girls 15-18: Maddie Sheldon (Savannah) 96 (+24)

Visit US Kids Golf Savannah Tour at Crescent Pointe Golf Club to view all results from all age groups. The next event for the tour October 3 at Savannah Country Club.

 

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