FCWT Junior Golf Tournament PGA West 2015 Final

The FCWT Junior Golf Tournament PGA West 2015 took place January 3-4, 2015. Junior Golfers played 18 holes on the TPC Stadium Course on Saturday. Then on Sunday they played 18 holes of tournament golf on the Nicklaus Course.

Alisa Snyder wins 2nd FCWT junior golf tournament

 

Alisa Snyder of Phoenix, AZ (2016) fired a final round of one under par 71 to win her second FCWT junior golf tournament of the season.  Miss Snyder won last month at the FCWT junior golf tournament at Mission Hills with rounds of 68-67.  At the FCWT Junior Golf Tournament PGA West 2015, Alisa put together rounds of 73-71. She won by 10 shots over Maren Cipolla of Lewiston, NY (2016).  Hannah Hankinson of Edina, MN (2016) finished in 3rd place.  Alisa led the girls division in birdies with 9 followed by Maren with 7.

Sherrell goes wire-to-wire for the win in the Boys 12-14 Division

In the Boys 12-14 division of the FCWT Junior Golf Tournament PGA West 2015, Colt Sherrell of Maple Valley (20180 led wire-to-wire with rounds of 74-77. Colt won by 6 strokes over Scout McNealy of Portola Valley (2019).  Last season Colt finished 13th in this tournament with rounds of 86-84-170 – quite an improvement for him.  McNealy earned his second Top 3 finish of the season.  In November he finished 3rd at the FCWT at Coyote Creek.  John Richardson of London (2021) finished in 3rd place.

Sand captures first win in Boys 15-19 division at FCWT Junior Golf Tournament PGA West 2015

John Sand of Hoquiam (2017) earned his first FCWT tournament win in the Boys 15-19 division.  Sand fired a final round of two under par on the Nicklaus Course at PGA West after opening with a round of 72 on the Stadium Course.  Sand’s two under par (142) allowed him to finish 7 shots ahead of second place.
Chris Horton of Calgary, Canada (2016), Callum Davison of La Quinta (2018) and Will Bednarz of Larkspur, CA (2016) finished tied for 2nd place.  Bednarz moved up the leader board on Sunday by matching Sand’s low round of two-under-par 70 after an opening round of 79.  Davison also carded a sub-par final round on Sunday with a 71 on the Nicklaus Course.  Davison, 14, won this tournament last season at the Boys 13-15 division level.  His move to the oldest division has worked out well for him as his tie for 2nd place is his third Top 5 of the season so far.
Fifteen-year-old Sand has been coming on strong, finishing better and better in each of his 4 FCWT tournaments this season.

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