Indian Bayou played very long and was a good test for all divisions on Sunday. Presenting itself in immaculate condition on a hot and sunny late summer afternoon, Indian Bayou once again proved why it is one of the favorites on our tour.

Medicus Golf Junior Development Player Trey Aguirre was back to his old self after illness, shooting a back nine 37 to distance himself from the pack to win the Boys 14-15 division and almost lock down the Year End Points race.

The Boys 12-13 saw the close finish we have become accustomed to. Medicus Golf Junior Brock Ochsenreiter, only 11 years old but plays in the older age group shot 79 to take second place honors. This event was a great tune-up for Brock as he travels to play in the PGA National junior tournament the weekend of October 10.

In the girls’ 12-14 division Medicus Golf Juniors Madison Pacheco and Antonia Poate finished 2nd and 3rd to finish out of first place by 2 and 3 strokes respectively.

Congratulations to all our juniors who continue to perform at a very high standard.

To find out more about how to be involved in the Medicus Player Development Program, become a Medicus Golf Instructor, attend a golf school, or how to use Medicus Products, please contact Tracy Lehnecker at: 800.732.4995 or email him here

Once again Lady Fortune shines on Medicus Juniors at the recent Emerald Coast Junior Tour event played at Santa Rosa Beach GC. After all the rain we’ve had locally the course played very long and the humidity was almost unbearably high. Despite the conditions two players emerged from the Medicus camp and performed at a very high level.

T
he Boys 14-15 Division played off the back tees and saw Harrison Krause, the youngest player in the division, shoot 78 to finish in 2nd place by three shots.

In the Girls 12-14 Division, Madison Pacheco also shot a very impressive 39-39-78 for a comfortable win over Jade Sanders and points series leader, Kayla Bloor.  Madison managed to par all Par3’s and has now moved into 2nd place in the annual rankings. Madison has also moved up the rankings despite playing in a limited amount of events. Madison is a rising star and at only 12 years old, her distance, scoring and play rivals that of the boys in the 12-13 year old age group. A star is definitely being developed.

Congratulations to all our juniors and we look forward to further success in the near future.

To find out more about how to be involved in the Medicus Player Development Program, become a Medicus Golf Instructor, attend a golf school, or how to use Medicus Products, please contact Tracy Lehnecker at:tlehnecker@medicuscorporate.com or call 800.732.4995.