NW IA Junior Tour kicks off with golf event at Prairie Rose in Brunsville
BRUNSVILLE — The first event of the NW IA Junior Tour for 2022 is in the books as junior golfers participated at Prairie Rose Golf Course on June 7.
Jackson Keizer of Orange City had the low score of the day with a 1-over-par 73 on the 18 holes, which featured four birdies, in the boys 13-14 flight. Next in that flight were Garret Van Es of Hull with a 78, Landen Kneip of Le Mars with a 91, Drake Brownmiller of Le Mars with a 95, Ethan Hladik of Mapleton with a 97 and Carter Beitelspacher of Le Mars with a 114.
Cole Brownmiller of Le Mars fired an 80 to win the Championship flight. He was three strokes in front of Dawson Barthole of Le Mars. Blake Harsma of Sergeant Bluff was next with an 84, Gabe Wiltgen of Le Mars shot an 85, Landen Reuter of Le Mars ended with an 88 and Matthew Probst of Alton ended with a 98.
In the boys 11-12 flight, Cameron Keizer of Orange City had the top score of 91 and Austin Susemihl of Le Mars ended with a 100.
In the boys 11-13 flight of nine holes, Drake Kneip of Le Mars shot a 54 while Chase Mathistad of Storm Lake ended with a 65.
Grayson Schultz of Le Mars won the boys short course (900 yards/9 holes) for the 8-10 year-olds with an even-par 36, which featured three pars, three bogeys, and three birdies. Brooks Phelan of Le Mars had three pars with a 46, and Mason Bollin of Le Mars birdied No. 7 as he finished with a 47.
In the girls short course flights, Ady Edwards of Akron had a 58 score in the 6-year-old nine hole flight. In the 9-year-old flight of nine holes, Callie Campbell of Storm Lake shot a 43. Sydney Edwards of Akron shot a 46 as she birdied No. 8.
The next event will be at Remsen Golf Course on Wednesday, June 15. These events are conducted by Junior Golf of NW Iowa Inc, a 501(C)3 not for profit organization based in Le Mars.