The FCWT Junior Golf Tournament Eagle Creek 2014 took place at the Eagle Creek Golf Club near Orlando, FL. Junior golfers played 36 holes of stroke-play on December 13-14, 2014.
Low Scoring for the Final Round of the FCWT Junior Golf Tournament Eagle Creek 2014
Boys 12-14 Division
Bo Peng of China (2018) fired a final round of 6 under par 67 on Sunday in the Boys 12-14 division of the FCWT Junior Golf Tournament Eagle Creek 2014 to win by 5 shots. Peng, who started the day tied for 2nd place at 73, posted two eagles on his first nine (# 13 and # 16), and made the turn at three under par 34. He played his final nines holes bogey three at 3 under par, 33. This is the first FCWT tournament win for 14-year-old Bo Peng.
Round One Leader, Lucas Park of Brazil (2018) finished tied for 2nd place at 145 with Joe Pagdin of Orlando, FL (2020) and Eric Berggren of Windermere, FL (2019). Kelvin Young Woong Lim of Canada (2019), Canon Claycomb of Bowling Green, KY (2020), and Pye Thu of Myanmar (2018) finished tied for 5th place at 148. Lucas Park led this division in birdies with 9 for the tournament, followed by Peng with 8.
At the end of 36-holes of tournament play, Sophie Liu of Canada (2016) and
Mariya Savchenko of Russia (2018) were tied for the lead in the Girls division at the FCWT Junior Golf Eagle Creek 2014 at 145. Each young lady carded a final round of 1 under par 72. They headed to a playoff on #18 where each young lady made a birdie. During the round, Miss Liu had made a 7 on the 18th and Miss Savchenko had made a par 5. Then it was on to #10 where Sophie Liu was able to make another birdie and seal the win.
Round One leader, Tania Nunez Hernandez of Mexico (2018) finished in third place at 146. Each of these young ladies had 8 birdies during the 36-holes of tournament play.
Boys 15-19 Division
Overnight leader, Philip Loeb of Ponte Vedra Beach, FL (2015) pulled away from the field by firing a final round of 6 under par 67 on Sunday. Philip, who opened with a 71 and started the final round with a one shot advantage, played a flawless front nine, making 5 birdies along the way for an out score of 31. After four consecutive pars, Loeb added another birdie on the par 4, 14th hole. On 15, he gave back his only shot of the day to the course when he made a bogey 5, but quickly got that one back on the par 5 16th hole for a final nine of 33.
Camila Mexsen of Mexico (2016) carded a final round of three under par 70 to finish at 142 and earn 2nd place honors.
Liam Bryden of Trinidad and Tobago (2017) and Lewis Reid each fired a final round of 69. They finished tied for 3rd place with Juan Jose Guerra of Dominican Republic (2015). Adam Friedman of Westport, CT (2016) also fired a final round of 69. Friedman finished in a tie for 6th place with Kenneth Martinez of Puerto Rico (2016).
Congratulations to WSG for winning this week’s Academy’s Cup competition!