-Pro/Junior-Sixteen teams teed it up in this year’s Pro/Junior event as part of the two day
total. Several clubs had multiple teams with their Pros, while other teams counted on
volunteers to play as the “Pro” for their Junior team. Using the two best ball format,
Whitmoor’s team headed by Head Professional Ray Farnell, with team members Lee Jacobs,
Augie Johnson and Connor Luvin, carded a 6 Under 138 to capture this year’s trophy and
bragging rights! The Host team of Forest Hills, with Pro Ryan Martin, and players Harrison
Cross, Connor Hopwood, and Trip Sanfelippo, were close behind, shooting 139 to finish
-11 and Under-Surprisingly, only two players registered for their event, played on the Valley
Course at Forest Hills. Ivan Kennedy, from Winghaven, shot 39, while Grant Kapilla carded a
43. Well played by both.
-12-13 Yr. Olds-Timmy Siebenman, from Westborough, led the way with a 93, followed closely
by Nick Schneider, Greenbriar and Drew Luvin, Whitmoor, both shooting 95.
-14-15 Yr. Olds-Luke McLaughlin, from Bellerive, led the way with an outstanding round of 75.
Three players carded an 80, including Charlie Kramer, Greenbriar, Dominic Mazzola, Forest Hills
and Owen Sanders, Old Hickory.
-16-18 Yr. Olds-Trip Sanfelippo, from Forest Hills, put his course knowledge to work and shot
74. Augie Johnson, from Whitmoor, shot 76, and Old Hickory’s Griffin St. Pierre shot 77.
Tuesday morning was a beautiful day for golf, with temperatures much cooler than Monday
afternoon’s really warm temperatures for the players.
-11 and Under-Grant Kapilla had to withdraw due to a medical mishap, so Ivan Kennedy
played Round 2 and added a 35 to his Day One total of 39. Congrats to Ivan.
-12-13 Yr. Olds-Nick Schneider shot an outstanding 79 in Round two, for a two day total of
174. Timmy Siebenman finished second at 181, and Drew Luvin finished at 183.
-14-15 Yr. Olds-Charlie Kramer shot an awesome score of 75, for a two day total of 155, to win
their division. Luke McLaughlin finished at 157, while Whitmoor’s Austin Jacobs shot 158, as
did The Legends’ Jack Lematty.
-16-18 Yr. Olds-Griffin St. Pierre carded a two under 70, for a two day total of 147, to capture
the 2021 Hardin Championship. Tripp Hardin, grandson of Hord Hardin, presented the trophy.
Trip Sanfelippo finished second at 149, and defending champion Ian Blome, carded a 71 on
Day two for a total of 152 to finish third.
Congratulations to all the winners! And a special thanks to the volunteer “Pros” who filled in
for various teams. And as always, thanks to our volunteers who help make the tournament the
success that it is.
And thanks to Jimmy Bals, Director of Golf, and his staff, District Rep Ron Miles, as well as the
Forest Hills membership for hosting this year’s event.