Rain washed out a part of the Big I Trusted Choice National Junior Championship in Mississippi.
The tournament was able to complete two rounds of the event before the weather cost the nationwide field a chance to play the full event.
Jacob Bridgeman continued his fine play with a fourth place finish in the championship. Bridgeman shot rounds of 72-71 for a 143 total.
Bridgeman last week finished in the top-10 of the PGA Junior championship. His high finish in the PGA sponsored event earned him a place on the Junior President’s Cup team that will play their match against world competition before the President’s Cup matches next month.
The future Clemson golfer finished 3-shots behind Blake Tomlinson of Utah who won the boys championship with a 140 total.
Dorman High School golfer George Eubank, Jr. finished in a tie for 11th place after shooting rounds of 74 and 72 for a 146 total.
Future Wofford golfer Nick Willis finished at 6-over par at 150 to finish in a tie for 25th place.
Categories: Clemson golf, High School Golf, Junior Golf
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