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Junior Tour


California Player of the Year is that the season’s top six finishers in the boys and girls standings earn spots in the annual Frys.com Open Pro- Junior event, which is held a week before the 2015-16 season-opening PGA Tour event. The tournament, which moved


last year from CordeValle Golf Resort in San Martin to Silverado’s


Playing With the Pros At the Frys.com Open A


n exciting bonus to the chase for the Junior Tour of Northern


North Course in Napa, is hosted by Johnny Miller. “What a great and unique experi- ence and opportunity it is for our top players to be able to play with the best players in the world,” said JTNC Tour Manager Aaron Hartes- veldt. “I can’t think of a better way for our juniors to learn how to play the game.”


The 2014-15 season ends July 28. Follow the conclusion at JTNC.org.


Junior Tour Player of the Year Standings (through July 15) RANK 1 2 3 4 5 6


NAME CITY


Thomas Hutchison San Jose Justin Suh Eddy Lai


Brad Sparrer


Joshua McCarthy Ashkaan Hakim


San Jose San Jose Hollister Danville


San Ramon


POINTS 1,567 1,560 1,319 1,315 1,304 1,303


RANK 1 2 3 4 5 6


NAME


Sabrina Iqbal Yealimi Noh


Kathleen Scavo Yoonhee Kim Quynn Duong


The Junior Tour of Northern California is sponsored by Capital Insurance Group.


CITY


San Jose Concord Benicia


San Ramon San Jose


Amanjoty Sangha San Mateo


POINTS 3,690 1,937 1,850 1,825 1,355 1,262


Suh’s second-place total is powered by three wins: the Junior Tour Summer Series II and Fall Series VIII at Poppy Ridge, and the San Francisco City Championship.


62 / NCGA.ORG / SUMMER 2015


Iqbal is on track to repeat as JTNC Player of the Year on the strength of six victories and three runner-up finishes.


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