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Ruli Wins Blue Harbor Pointe Junior Classic
Arcement Claims Junior Boys Title

Thomas Ruli
Overall Boys Champion
Nicholas Arcement
Junior Boys Champion



Ruli Wins AJGT Blue Harbor Pointe Junior Classic


Thomas Ruli

With a strong field of 30 young men, the Arrowhead Junior Golf Overall Boys Division took to the course with a weekend filled with excitement.  Thomas Ruli of Mandeville, LA claimed yet another victory this weekend, August 2nd-3rd, in his final AJGT outing. On Saturday, Raymond Poche of Covington, LA lead the Overall Boys Division into the clubhouse after having birdied holes 1, 11, & 15 in route to an opening round 71 and the lead over Ruli by a single stroke and two strokes over Michael Ferrer of Covington, LA.  On Sunday, conditions would change as the course saw little overnight rain but one thing that didn’t change was Ruli’s composure. Ruli went on to birdied holes 1, 3, 6, & 17  in route to a final round of 71 (73-71, 143) and the overall victory just two strokes over Ferrer (73-72, 145)  and Poche (71-75, 146).  Rounding out the rest of the top five were Matthew Jakuback (73-74, 146) of Baton Rouge, LA; and Tucker Landry (74-74, 148) of Napoleonville, LA.  Arrowhead would also like to thank the wonderful staff at Beau Chene for making everything so accommodating as well as Blue Harbor Pointe on their sponsorship for this event. Arrowhead would also like to thank the graduating class of 2014 and wish them well on their bright futures.

Michael Ferrer Raymond Poche Matthew Jakuback Tucker Landry


Arcement Claims Junior Boys Title

 


Nicholas Arcement

Nicholas Arcement of Mathews, LA claimed the Junior Division this past weekend with a solid two day total of 148.  On Saturday, Arcement shot a very respectable round of one over par 73 to take the Junior Boys Division lead and never looked back. On Sunday, Arcement used birdies on holes 6 & 10 to card a final round of three over par 75 to clinch the victory over Tanner McKenzie of Franklinton, LA. Arrowhead would like to thank both young men for coming out and joining us.


Tanner McKenzie 


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Glorioso Wins at Carter Plantation
Arcement Claims Junior Boys Title

Grant Glorioso
Overall Boys Champion
Nicholas Arcement
Junior Boys Champion


Glorioso Wins AJGT Waste
Management Junior Classic


Grant Glorioso

With a strong field of 25 young men, the Arrowhead Junior Golf Overall Boys Division took to the course with a weekend filled with excitement.  Grant Glorioso of Metairie, LA claimed his first Overall Boys Title of the year this past week July 15th-16th. On Saturday, Zac Ciesla of Lake Charles, LA lead the Overall Boys Division into the clubhouse after an opening round of even par (72) to lead Colin Troxler of Luling, LA by two strokes.  On Sunday, Glorioso went on a tear and birdied holes 2,3,7, and 14  to shoot a round of two under par (70) to force his way into a three way playoff after Ciesla carded a final round of three over par (75) and Troxler carded a final round of one over par (73).  Glorioso, Ciesla, and Troxler would tee off on the 351 yard par four hole 1 to determine a winner. The first playoff hole would prove to be the only hole after Glorioso would go on to par the hole and Ciesla and Troxler bogey. Arrowhead would like to congratulate all three men on making it to the playoff and thank everyone for showing great sportsmanship throughout the tournament.  Rounding out the rest of the top five were Michael Ferrer (76-72, 148) of Mandeville, LA; and Mark Bienvenu  (76-76, 152) of Baton Rouge, LA.  Arrowhead would also like to thank the wonderful staff at Carter Plantation for making everything so accommodating this week and also Waste Management for helping us put on such a wonderful event.

Colin Troxler Zac Ciesla Michael Ferrer Mark Bienvenu


Arcement Claims Second
Consecutive Junior Boys Title

 

      
Nicholas Arcement

Nicholas Arcement of Mathews, LA claimed his second consecutive Junior Boys Division Title this past week with a solid two day total of 154.  On Saturday, Arcement shot a very respectable round of six over par 78 to lead Grayson Glorioso of Metairie, LA by five strokes and the rest of the Junior Boys Division into the clubhouse.  On Sunday, Arcement would separate himself from the rest of the field by carding a final round of four over par 76, to claim the title by six strokes over Glorioso and fourteen strokes over Carson Caruso of Greenwell Springs, LA.  Rounding out the rest of the top five were Christopher Wilson (89-81, 170) of Mandeville, LA; and J.P. Preston (85-87, 172) of Mandeville, LA.

Grayson Glorioso Carlo Caruso Christopher Wilson J.P. Preston

 

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 Troxler Cards 1 under 143 to Win at TPC of La.
Arcement Claims Junior Title

Colin Troxler
Overall Boys Champion
Nicholas Arcement
Junior Boys Champion



Colin Troxler

Colin Troxler from Luling, Louisiana shot a 1 under par 143 (72-71) to win the Kelly Gibson Foundation Summer Classic at TPC of La. June 24-25, 2014. Troxler was paired in the last group with Brek Balentine (72-72, 144) from Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Thomas Ruli (72-74, 146) from Mandeville, Louisiana. Troxler found himself three down to Balentine after the par five second hole after he carded a double bogey while Balentine made his first of five birdies of the day. Troxler birdied the sixth while Balentine doubled the par four fourth and bogeyed number six to have Troxler make the turn with a one shot lead.  The lead continued to change hands after Balentine birdied ten and eleven.  The par three fourteenth proved to be the pivotal hole when Troxler made birdie and Balentine bogeyed. A bogey by Balentine at fifteen gave Troxler the cushion he needed to bring home the crown. Ruli shot a four over forty on the front side on his way to a 74 and finished three shots off the pace.    

 

Brek Balentine Thomas Ruli



Austin Cope from Prairieville, Louisiana shot a 69 on Wednesday to record the low score of the tournament in the senior boys. Cole Arseneault from Baton Rouge, Louisiana recorded an eagle each day, Tuesday on the par five eighteenth and Wednesday he chipped in for an eagle on the par four thirteenth. 

Austin Cope Cole Arseneault


Arcement Claims Junior Title


Nicholas Arcement

In the Junior Boys Division, Nicholas Arcement (69-76, 145), Mathews , Louisiana , recorded six birdies on Tuesday and added two more on Wednesday to win the junior boys title. Marshall Laborde (77-76, 153), Shreveport, Louisiana and Addison Bui (78-75, 153), Harvey, Louisiana finished tied for second.   Congratulations to Arcement on a great opening round of 69.


Marshall Laborde Addison Bui

 
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Maestri Wins at Santa Maria
Laborde Claims Junior Boys Title
Sims Claims Overall Girls Title

Miller Maestri
Overall Boys Champion
Marshall Laborde
Junior Boys Champion
Lilly Sims
Overall Girls Champion


Maestri Wins AJGT Coca-Cola Junior Masters


Miller Maestri

With a strong field of 25 young men, the Arrowhead Junior Golf Overall Boys Division took to the course with a weekend filled with excitement.  Miller Maestri of Baton Rouge, LA claimed his first Overall Boys Title of the year this past week Juner 10th-11th. On Tuesday, weather would not cooperate as an attempt to get the round started failed after seven inches of rain in a few hours time. With the course holding water and more rain on the way, Arrowhead officials had no other choice but to call the day a washout. On Wednesday, the skies opened up and allowed for a great day of golf. Brek Balentine of Baton Rouge, LA was the first player into the clubhouse and after posting a solid round of two-under par looked hard to beat. Not long after Balentine posted his score, Miller Maestri of Baton Rouge, LA comes in with an impressive round of three-under par. Maestri used birdies on holes 2,7,17 and an eagle on hole 3 to claim the victory one stroke over Balentine. Rounding out the rest of the top five were Brady Bennett (71) of Zachary, LA; Matthew Jakuback (71) of Baton Rouge, LA; and Grant Glorioso (72) of Metairie, LA.  Arrowhead would also like to thank the wonderful staff at Santa Maria for making everything so accommodating.


Brek Balentine

Brady Bennett

Matthew Jakuback

Grant Glorioso


Laborde Claims Junior Boys Title

 
Marshall Laborde

Marshall Laborde of Shreveport, LA captured another Junior Boys Title this past week June 10th-11th. Laborde and the rest of the junior boys division were unable to take to the course on Tuesday due to seven inches of rain being dumped onto the course in just a few short hours. On Wednesday, Laborde would take the victory after an incredible round of even par. Laborde made a birdie on hole 3 and an eagle on 15 to claim the title by 2 strokes over J.T. Swacker of Gonzales, LA. Rounding out the rest of the field were Max Trapp (82) of Baton Rouge, LA; and Tanner McKenzie (100) of Franklinton, LA.


J.T. Swacker

Max Trapp

Tanner McKenzie

 

Sims Claims Overall Girls Title


Lilly Sims

Lilly Sims of Vidalia, LA claimed the Overall Girls Championship this week June 10th-11th at the Santa Maria Golf Club in Baton Rouge, LA. Arrowhead would like to thank Lilly for coming out and participating this week.


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Berry Wins AJGT Bluffs Qualifier
Fulton Claims Junior Boys Title

Jeffrey Berry
Overall Boys Champion
Ryan Fulton
Junior Boys Champion
 


Berry Wins AJGT Bluffs Junior Qualifier

The Arrowhead Junior Golf Tour took to the course this past week, May 27th-28th, with an opportunity to earn more than just a trophy for the champion. On Tuesday, Trey Winstead from nearby Baton Rouge, LA set the bar high by being the first player into the clubhouse carding a first round one-over-par (73) using birdies on holes 1, 2, 10, and 13 to do so. Shortly after Winstead finished another round of one-over-par (73) was carded by Keithville’s own Jeffrey Berry.  Jeffrey birdies hole 15 on the back nine holes to card a even par 36 which would be very vital with the weather for Wednesday being in question.  On Wednesday morning, the clouds rolled in and dumped 5 inches of rain on the golf course and after waiting as long as possible the AJGT officials took to the course to check course conditions. The course was deemed to be unplayable forcing officials to call the tournament on Wednesday making it an eighteen hole tournament. After checking the score cards, it was determined that Berry wins the tie breaker over Winstead in a scorecard playoff.  With the win Berry earned one free exemption into the Arrowhead sponsored American Junior Golf Association tournament at The Bluffs June 30th-July 3rd. Rounding out the rest of the top five were Brady Bennett (76) of Zachary, LA; Grant Glorioso (76) of Metairie, LA; and Peter Mata (78) of Baton Rouge, LA. 
  
 


Trey Winstead

Brady Bennett

Grant Glorioso

Peter Mata
 

Fulton Claims Another Junior Boys Title
  

Ryan Fulton of Crowley, LA claimed his second Junior Boys Division Title in as many tournaments this past week with a solid round of three-over-par 75.  On Tuesday, Fulton used birdies on holes 13 and 18 to card his 75 and to give him the lead only two strokes over Nicholas Arcement (77) of Mathews, LA and five shots over Carson Caruso (80) of Greenwell Springs, LA. On Wednesday, the Junior Boys Division looked to continue their battle but Mother Nature has something else in mind as the tournament was called due to course flooding making it unplayable and giving Fulton the Junior Boys Division victory over Arcement and Caruso. Rounding out the rest of the top six were Christopher Wilson (83) of Mandeville, LA; Christopher Phelan (84) of Beaumont, TX; and Max Trapp (84) of Baton Rouge, LA

 


Nicholas Arcement

Carson Caruso

Christopher Wilson

Christopher Phelan Max Trapp
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Fruge Wins at The Island
Fulton Claims Junior Boys Title
Tristan Fruge
Overall Boys Champion
Ryan Fulton
Junior Boys Champion

Fruge Wins AJGT The Island  Junior Classic

 

Tristan Fruge


With a strong field of 13 young men, the Arrowhead Junior Golf Overall Boys Division took to the course with a weekend filled with excitement.  Tristan Fruge of Crowley, LA claimed his first Overall Boys Title of the year this past weekend May 17th-18th. On Saturday, Miller Maestri lead the Overall Boys Division into the clubhouse after an opening round 73 to lead Cole Arseneault of Baton Rouge, LA by a single stroke.  On Sunday, once the final round was concluded it was three gentlemen left tied to battle it out in a playoff. Arsenault, Fruge, and Peter Mata of Baton Rouge, LA would tee off on the 522 yard par five hole 2. The first playoff hole saw Fruge and Mata both bogey while Arseneault would double-bogey to be eliminated from the playoff. It only took playing the same hole twice to decide the victory between Fruge and Mata after Tristan Fruge went on to birdie the hole and Mata par.  Rounding out the rest of the top five were Cole Arseneault (74-79, 153) of Baton Rouge, LA; Brady Bennett (79-75, 154) of Zachary, LA; and Miller Maestri (73-81, 154) of Baton Rouge, LA.  Arrowhead would also like to thank the wonderful staff at The Island for making everything so accommodating.

Fulton Claims Junior Boys Title
  

Ryan Fulton
 

   Ryan Fulton of Crowley, LA claimed the Junior Division this past weekend with a solid two day total of 156.  On Saturday, Fulton shot a very respectable round of eight over par 80 to sit tied for second position with Travis Arseneault of Baton Rouge, LA and three strokes behind Addison Bui of Harvey, LA.  On Sunday, Fulton would separate himself  from the rest of the field using two birdies on holes 3 and 13 to shoot a final round of four over par 76, to claim the title four strokes over Arseneault and eight strokes over Bui.  Rounding out the rest of the top five were Sam Butler (89-80, 169) of Fairhope, AL; and Johnathan Ellis  (87-92, 179) of Baton Rouge, LA.


Travis Arseneault

Addison Bui

Sam Butler

Johnathan Ellis

 

 

 

 

 


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