FCWT MetroWest: 2016 Junior Golf Tournament Results
Claycomb looking for 2nd title
Fourteen-year-old Canon Claycomb of Bowling Green, KY (2020) fired an opening round of 5-under-par 67 in the Boys 12-14 division to lead by 8 shots with 18 holes to play. Claycomb, the 2015 FCWT Tour Championship winner in the Boys 12-14 division, is seeking his second win of the 2015-2016 season. Claycomb had 7 birdies on Saturday to lead this division. John Daly led in pars with 13. Grant Gobezie of Cleveland, OH (2021), Jack Irons of Naples, FL (2021) and Georgy Voronov of Moscow, Russia (2019) are tied for 2nd place at 75. John Daly of Clearwater, FL (2021) is three strokes behind that threesome at 78. Luke Sample of New York (2021) is at 79. Looking forward to a great final round in this division.
Tied at the Top in the Girls Division
Jintong Hou of China (2018) and Duong Tran of Vietnam (2018) are tied at the top of the Girls 13-19 division leader board after opening rounds of even par 72. Miss Hou carded an eagle on the par 5, 10th hole on Saturday and played the front nine at one under par at 35. Duong Tran led this division in birdies with 5 on Saturday on her way to an even par. Mariya Savchenko of Russia is two shots back in 3rd place at 74. Andrea Gomez-Lloret of Mexico (2018) is in 4th place at 77, 5 shots back of the co-leaders.
Yoko Tai of Singapore (2022) carded an 81 in the Girls 9-12 division and made a birdie on the 11th hole, a par 4.
Williams Leads by Two in Boys 15-19 Division
Robin Williams carded an opening round of one-under-par 71 on Saturday in the FCWT Junior Golf Classic at MetroWest Golf Club near Orlando, FL.. Houkuan Choi of China (2016) and Niko Voutsaras of East Lansing, MI are tied for 2nd pat 73 followed by a foursome at 74. Chris Cerminaro of Carbondale, PA, Yash Majmudar of Singapore (2016), Peter MacDonald of Canada (2018) and Connor Glynn of Waconia, MN (2019) are three strokes back of the lead. There is also a foursome at 75: Florian Blatti of Switzerland (2017), Grant Drogosch of Windermere, FL (2019), Henry Tschopp of Switzerland (2017) and Roberto Nieves of Miami, FL (2018).