Seeber, Tsuru Claim SCPGA Junior Titles

Clay Seeber of Newport Beach and Karen Tsuru of Carlsbad both led virtually from wire-to-wire to capture their divisions in the Southern California PGA’s 2018 Toyota Tour Cup Championship at Sandpiper Golf Club in Santa Barbara.

Tsuru, who recently helped California win the 2018 PGA Jr. League Championship national title, carded a score of 74-73—147, 3-over-par, while Jasmine Koo of Cerritos was second at 76-74—150, followed by Nicole Neale of Dove Canyon at 78-74—152 and Catherine Rao of Camarillo at 82-72—154.

Ashley Yun of West Covina shot 84-71—155 to tie for fifth with Kamille Dimayuga of Buena Park, who finished at 79-76—155, and Leigh Chin of Irvine, who came in at 80-75—155.

Kylie Chong of Torrance totaled 85-71—156 to tie for eighth with Jasmine Lew of Los Angeles, who finished at 83-73—156, Charissa Shang of Calabasas, who shot 81-75—156, and Michelle Wong of La Habra Heights, who wound up at 78-78—156.

Seeber recorded a score of 72-71—143, the only player in the tournament to break par for 36 holes at 1-under, while Alrik Pan of West Covina shot 76-69—145 to tie for second with Hyunho Cho of Murrieta, who finished at 73-72—145.

Caden Fioroni of San Diego was fourth at 76-71—147, while Taehoon Song of Buena Park, the 2018 SCPGA Junior Player of the Year, totaled 75-73—148 to tie for fifth with Jackson Moss of San Diego, who wound up at 76-72—148.

Kyle An of Aliso Viejo was seventh at 78-71—149, while Connor O’Brien of Irvine shot 77-73—150 to tie for eighth with Guy Clauss of Newport Beach, who finished at 77-73—150.

Cameron Xiao of Yorba Linda posted a score of 77-74—151 to tie for 10th with Taewoo Yu of Murrieta, who wound up at 76-75—151, Sihao Cong of Irvine, who totaled 75-76—151, and Andrew Hoekstra of Long Beach, who came in at 73-78—151.

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