Nashville Municipal Golf Course was a busy place on July 11 as the course was taken over by the Nashville Jr. Golf Tournament 47 golfers competed in the tournament in different age groups.
Golfers 14-18 golfed 18 holes. Golfers between the ages of 10-13 played nine holes. Golfers below the age of 10 played five holes.
Kaijun MA from Chicago and Carter Goebel dominated the action both shooting a 71, which was one shot under par. It would go to a playoff hole, where Ma took the win.
Erin Klasing of Okawville finished with the top score of 80, ten strokes ahead of second place Olivia Quigley of Marissa.
Nashville’s Aaron Brink finished one stroke ahead of Carlyle’s Zander Brueggemann to take the win. Brink finished with a score of 83 on the day.
Kenzie Anderson of Salem, ran away with the win with a score of 81. Nashville’s Ryan Stiegman was second with a score of 97.
There was another tie in this age group as Josiah Jones, and River Stilley each finished with a score of 42 after nine holes. Jones is from Sparta, and Stilley is from Benton. Jones would win in a playoff hole.
There was only two golfers in this age group. Camryn Luthy of Chester took the win with a score of 51. Zoe Lopez of Nashville was second with a score of 70.
Bennett Moss of Breese just edged Miles Taylor of Nashville to take the win in the boys 10-11 age group. Moss finished with a 53. Taylor finished with a score of 56.
Brynn Stiegman of Nashville shot a 66 to take the win. Arabella Alfeldt of Oakdale finished second with a 70.
John Barr of Highland finished with a score of 26 through five holes. Brant Horstmann of Damiansville was second with a score of 32.