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  • 2019 1A, 2A, 3A State Tournament Results

    1A Results 
    2A Results 
    3A Results​ 


    Iowa High School State Tournament Final Results
     
    NEWTON, Iowa – The Iowa High School State Tournament completed their opening rounds on Thursday afternoon but weather on Friday cancelled the final round at all three sites. Due to the second-round cancellations, the final scores came from yesterday’s round.
     
    In 3A action at Lakeside GC in Fort Dodge, West Delaware’s Brandon Larsen won the 3A State Championship with a score of 3-under-par 69. Larsen carded a round-best five birdies, three of which came down the home stretch on the back nine. In team competition, Nevada took the 3A crown defeating Spirit Lake who shot 15-over-par and Spencer who shot 19-over-par.
     
    In 2A play in Marshalltown at American Legion Memorial GC, Kolby Shackelford of Panora-Panarama led the field by three strokes. The junior carded an even-par 69 and his round featured three birdies. Des Moines Christian won the 2A State Tournament with West Branch and Caroll Kuemper finishing in second and third with only one stroke separating the two teams.
     
    In 1A action at Westwood GC in Newton, Ethan Steicher of Edgewood-Colesburg won the first round registering a score of 1-over-par 72. Steicher led the class with a total of 13 pars and two birdies on the back nine to finish a solid round. Harris-Lake Park won the 1A State Championship with Grundy Center placing runner-up with a total of three strokes between the two. 
     
    The Iowa PGA Section would like to congratulate the State Tournament participants on a wonderful year.  For more tournament information and schedule updates, fans can follow the Iowa PGA on Facebook (facebook.com/IowaPGASection) and Twitter (@iowapga). Fans can also get a behind the scenes look on Instagram (@iowapga).
  • Iowa High School State Tournament Final Results

    1A Results 
    2A Results
    3A Results

    Iowa High School State Tournament Final Results
     
    NEWTON, Iowa – The Iowa High School State Tournament completed their opening rounds on Thursday afternoon but weather on Friday cancelled at all three sites. Due to the second-round cancellations, the final scores came from yesterday’s round.
     
    In 3A action at Lakeside GC in Fort Dodge, West Delaware’s Brandon Larsen won the 3A State Championship with a score of 3-under-par 69. Larsen carded a round-best five birdies, three of which came down the home stretch on the back nine. In team competition Nevada took the 3A crown defeating Spirit Lake who shot 15-over-par and Spencer who shot 19-over-par.
     
    In 2A play in Marshalltown at American Legion Memorial GC, Kolby Shackelford of Panora-Panarama led the field by three strokes. The junior carded an even-par 69. His round featured three birdies. Des Moines Christian won the 2A State Tournament by 4 shots over West Branch who finished 2nd.  Caroll Kuemper finished in third, one shot back from West Branch.  
     
    In 1A action at Westwood GC in Newton, Ethan Steicher of Edgewood-Colesburg won the first round registering a score of 1-over-par 72. Steicher led the class with a total of 13 pars and two birdies on the back nine to finish a solid round. Harris-Lake Park won the 1A State Championship with Grundy Center placing runner-up with a total of three strokes between the two. 
     
    The Iowa PGA Section would like to congratulate the State Tournament participants on a wonderful year.  For more tournament information and schedule updates, fans can follow the Iowa PGA on Facebook (facebook.com/IowaPGASection) and Twitter (@iowapga). Fans can also get a behind the scenes look on Instagram (@iowapga).
     
  • Iowa PGA Junior and Pee Wee Spring Series #3 Results

    2019 Iowa PGA Spring Junior and Pee Wee Series #3 Event

    The Iowa PGA Spring Series #3 event was hosted by Muscatine Municipal Golf Course in Muscatine on Sunday May 19 with 66 junior and pee wee players!  This was the final spring event and an ACE point event for Junior Tour Player of the Year.  
     
    Special thanks to PGA Professional Dave Crawley and everyone at Muscatine Municipal for their support in hosting.  

    Also continued special thanks to The Principal Charity Classic for title sponsorship of the Iowa PGA Junior Tour.  This is the 10th year of our partnership.  Also, a big thanks to our 2019 supporting sponsors: Bushnell Golf, Camelbak, Shattuck St. Mary’s and Bug Soother.  Junior participated in a longest putt contest on #5.  
    Boys 16-18

    1st: Joe Hammer - 77 (+5)
    2nd: Joshua White - 78 (+6)
    3rd: Gabriel Beardsley - 80 (+8)

    Boys 14-15

    1st: Drew Hall - 76 (+4)
    2nd:Calvin McNeeley - 80 (+8)
    3rd: Cale Leonard - 82 (+10)

    Boys 12-13

    1st: Caden Postma - 75 (+3)
    2nd: Ethan Blomme - 79 (+7)
    3rd: Evan Smith - 79 (+7)

    Boys 11 & Under

    1st: Vaughn Roseman - 40 (+4)
    2nd: Isaac Rumler - 41 (+5)
    3rd: Luke Leverenz - 43 (+7)

    Girls 16-18

    1st: Alli Nash - 88 (+16)

    Girls 14-15

    1st: Kacie Knary -  89 (+17)
    2nd: Maura Peters -  99 (+27)
    3rd: Kathryn Manjoine - 108 (+36)

    Girls 13 & Under:

    1st: Megan Fiorini - 41 (+5)
    2nd: Lauren Briggs - 45 (+9)
    3rd: Eden Lohrbach - 46 (+10)

    Pee Wee Tour Results

    Boys 10-11

    1st: Camden Brenden - 44 (+8)

    Boys 8-9

    1st: Edward Chandler - 46 (+10)

    Boys 7 & Under

    1st: Jaxton Greiner - 29 (+5)
    2nd: Eli Leverenz - 46 (+22)

    Girls 10-11

    1st: Rylee Brockhouse - 44 (+8)


    Girls 8-9

    1st: Liliana Graham -  59 (+23)

    Girls 7 & Under

    1st: Annemarie Loening - 73 (+49)

    Pin Prize Winner- Camelbak Waterbottle
    Kacie Knary - Longest Putt 16 ft
  • Junior and Pee Wee Tour Set for Muscatine

    Junior and Pee Wee Tour Set for Muscatine

    RIVERSIDE, Iowa – The final Pee Wee and Junior Tour Spring Series event is this Sunday at Muscatine’s Municipal Golf Course with tee times beginning at Noon (CT).

    Boys 12-18 and girls 14-18 will play all 18 holes with all other divisions playing nine holes. It will also be an ACE Point event for Player of the Year. Registration for this event closes tonight at 11:59 p.m (CT). You can sign up here.

    We would like to thank Dave Crawley, PGA, and the entire staff at Muscatine Municipal Golf Course for their support in hosting this event. Additionally, we would like to thank our other sponsors, Bushnell Golf, Bug Soother, Camelbak, Shattuck-St. Mary’s College Prep Golf Academy, Muscatine Municipal Golf Course, and the Principal Charity Classic for making this possible.

    Registration for the Jerry Smith Pee Wee and Junior Tour Summer Kickoff is open. The event will be held in Oskaloosa, Iowa, and will be played on Edmundson Golf Course and Harvest Point Golf Course on Monday, June 3. Action will begin at 8:00 a.m. (CT). You can sign up here.

    We would also like to thank Smith, a former PGA Champions Tour Player, ROTH Capital Partners, Antigua Golf, and Mahaska Bottling Company.
  • Iowa PGA Junior/Pee Wee Spring Series #2 Results

    2019 Iowa PGA Spring Junior & Pee Wee Series #2 Event

    The Iowa PGA Spring Series #2 event was hosted by Westwood GC in Newton on Saturday May 11 with 92 junior annd pee wee players!  This was the third of four spring events and an ACE point event for Junior Tour Player of the Year.  
     
    Special thanks to PGA Professional Brad Sponseller and everyone at Westwood GC for their support in hosting.  

    Also continued special thanks to The Principal Charity Classic for title sponsorship of the Iowa PGA Junior Tour.  This is the 10th year of our partnership.  Also, a big thanks to our 2019 supporting sponsors: Bushnell Golf, Camelbak, Shattuck St. Mary’s and Bug Soother.  Junior participated in a longest putt contest on #5.  

    Junior Tour Event Results
    Boys 16-18

    1st Place: Kolby Shackelford (Not Pictured) - 72 (+1)  
    2nd Place: Schuyler Warren - 76 (+5)
    3rd Place: Matthew Briggs - 77 (+6)

    Girls 16-18

    1st Place: Paige Hoffman - 72 (+1)
    2nd Place: Makenzie Campbell -  83 (+12)
    3rd Place: Taylor Sedivec - 90 (+19)

    Boys 14-15

    1st Place: Grant Greazel - 75 (+4)
    2nd Place: Calvin McNeeley - 76 (+5)
    3rd Place: Jake Weissenburger - 76 (+5)

    Girls 14-15

    1st Place: Rylee Heryford - 72 (+1)
    2nd Place: Libby Green - 77 (+6)
    3rd Place: Saffire Sayre - 78 (+7)

    Boys 12-13

    1st Place: Evan Smith - 77 (+6)
    2nd Place: Joe Currans - 82 (+11)
    3rd Place: Caden Postma - 83 (+12)

    Girls 13 & Under: 

    1st Place: Eden Lohrbach - 42 (+6)
    2nd Place: Saleah Vivanh-Vong - 44 (+8)
    3rd Place: Lauren Briggs - 46 (+10)

    Boys 11 & Under

    1st Place: Pranay Monga - 38 (+2)
    2nd Place: Vaughn Roseman - 44 (+8)
    3rd Place: C.T. Norris - 46 (+10)

    Pee Wee Event Results

    Pee Wee Boys 12-13

    1st Place: Ty Smith - 54 (+18)
    2nd Place: Preston Zinn - 60 (+24)
    3rd Place: Tyler Ragan - 62 (+26)

    Pee Wee Boys 10-11

    1st Place: Logan Otting - 42 (+10)
    2nd Place: Jackson Buchanan - 49 (+13)
    3rd Place: Charlie Ford - 50 (+14)

    Pee Wee Boys 8-9

    1st Place: Jude Davis - 50 (+14)
    2nd Place: Rylan Weaver - 50 (+14)
    3rd Place: Case Bishop - 50 (+14)

    Pee Wee Boys 7 & Under:

    1st Place: Vaughan Simmer - 30 (+11)
    2nd Place: Jake Davis - 36 (+17)
    3rd Place: Jaden Erickson - 48 (+29)

    Pin Prize Winner - Camelbak Waterbottle

    Isaiah Zoske - Longest Putt 155 inches

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