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The Bluffs Junior Classic
St. Francisville, LA

Grayson Glorioso Captures
AJGT Crown Buick Fall Classic

Grayson Glorioso
Over All Boys Champion

Grayson Glorioso from Metairie captured the overall boys’ title at Beau Chene Country Club held October 24, 2015. The event was shortened to 18 holes due to rain. Grayson fired a 77 which included 4 birdies. John Hayden Wood from Baton Rouge matched the 77 posted by Grayson. John had 1 birdie on the day. Grayson won the title in a scorecard play-off by posting an even par 36 on the back nine. Mickey Landry from Laplace fired a 78 to take home the third place hardware.

John Hayden Wood Mikey Landry


Murphy Grabs Junior Title

Robert Murphy
Junior Boys Champion

Robert Murphy from Mandeville captured the junior boys’ title with a round of 84. William Perilloux from Zachary shot 91 for second place and Ross Anderson from Lake Charles placed third.

William Perllioux Ross Anderson


Goulas Fires 68 on Sunday to Capture Rob Noel’s Big Easy Golf Academy Fall Classic

Micah Goulas
Over All Boys Champion
Trey Morse
Junior Boys Champion

Micah Goulas

Micah Goulas (72-68, 140) shot an opening round 72 and found himself 2 shots behind Raymond Poche (70-71, 141). Micah wasted little time Sunday morning with birdies at 1, 2 and 4 to grab a one shot lead on Poche. The pair made the turn with Goulas one up. He gained breathing room with an eagle on the par 5 tenth. Poche closed the lead with birdies on 16 and 17, but when both golfers made par on the difficult par 4 eighteenth, Goulas had claimed a one shot victory. Congratulations to both players for finishing under par for the tournament. Brady Bennett (72-78, 150) played a solid 2 days to finish third.


Raymond Poche Brady Bennett

Morse Stays Consistent to Earn Junior Title

Trey Morse

Trey Morse from New Orleans (76-76, 152) shot 76 both days to claim the Junior Boys Title at the Rob Noel’s Big Easy Golf Academy Fall Classic. Morse began day 2 tied with Cameron Guidry from Picayune, MS. (76-82, 158) who would finish in third place. Trey fired a one under par 35 on Sunday morning. Jay Beatmann from New Orleans (80-74, 154) shot 2 under 34 on Sunday morning to close the lead to 3 shots. Beatmann continued with his hot round by playing 10-16 in one over par to gain a one shot lead headed to seventeen. Morse birdied the par three seventeenth to tie for the lead. The difficult par four eighteenth decided the tournament, with Morse coming up the winner.

Jay Beatmann Cameron Guidry


Caldwell and Daniels Win with
Extra Holes at Oak Harbor

Justin Caldwell
Over All Boys Champion

Logan Addison Batiste
Junior Boys Champion

Abbey Daniel
Overall Girls Champion
Julia Simon
Junior Girls Champion


Caldwell Claims Boys Title

Justin Caldwell

Justin Caldwell (78-73, 151) from Ponchatoula, began the day Sunday four strokes behind first round leaders’ Nick Daniel (73-80, 153) from Covington and Jack Tolson (73-83, 156) from Opelousas. He also trailed Zachary Barrios (77-74, 151) from Slidell by one stroke. Justin played in the group following the leaders from day 1. Saturday leaders Daniel and Tolson struggled early Sunday opening the door for Caldwell and Barrios. Caldwell played a solid 18 holes which included four birdies on his way to a 73. Barrios recorded three birdies on his way to a 74. These two young men found themselves tied for the lead after 36 holes. Caldwell captured the title with a birdie on the second playoff hole. Daniel placed third.

Zachary Barrios Nick Daniel

Abbey Daniel Captures Girls Title

Abbey Daniel

Abbey Daniel (75-84, 159) from Covington opened with a 75 and held a seven stroke lead over Madeline Gordon (82-85, 167) from Kenner. Camille Simon (85-74, 159) from New Orleans began day 2 ten strokes back. Daniel shot 40-44 on day 2 while Simon shot 38-36 to force a playoff. Simon made up eight strokes over the final nine holes. Daniel drove the green on the first playoff hole and secured the title. Gordon captured third place.

Camille Simon Madeline Gordon

Batiste Claims Junior Boy Title
Simon Claims Junior Girls Title

Logan Addison Batiste Julia Simon

The junior girls’ title was highly competitive with three players vying for the title. Julia Simon (82-86, 168) from New Orleans began the day one shot back. Cassidy Lambert (81-88, 169) from Gretna held the first day lead. Reese Drezins (86-83, 169) from Slidell fired the low round on Sunday. After nine holes on Sunday Lambert had opened a two shot lead on Simon and Drezins had closed to within three shots of the lead. Simon shot a solid 43 on the back nine to claim the title. Lambert and Drezins tied for second.

Reese Drezins Cassidy Lambert

Logan Addison Batiste (81-79, 160) from Slidell captured the junior boys title. Wayne Heron (91-81, 172) received the second place hardware.

Dwayne Heron

Congratulations to the following seniors!

We have truly enjoyed getting to know you and your family's over the years
and wish you all the best in your future.  Time flies!!!

Cole Arseneault of Baton Rouge, LA  - Copiah Lincoln (Golf)
Jeffery Berry of Keithville, LA – University of Louisiana at Monroe (Golf)
Mark Bienvenu  of Baton Rouge, LA – LSU
Beau Briggs of Covington, LA – Old Miss (Golf)
Jamal Brown of Shreveport, LA – Navy
Triston Elston of Baton Rouge, LA – University of Louisiana at Lafayette (Golf)
Michael Ferrer of Covington, LA – Mississippi College (Golf)
Tristan Fruge of Branch, LA – LSU
Colin Hery of Kenner, LA – LSU
Tucker Landry of Napolenville, LA – Loyola University New Orleans
Frankie Manale of Baton Rouge, LA – LSU
Peter Mata of Batob Rouge, LA – LSU
William Meyers of Baton Rouge, LA – Southeastern Louisiana University (Golf)
Caleb Peace of Mandeville, LA – Spring Hill College in Mobile, AL
Francis Plough of New Orleans, LA – University of Alabama
Michael Sotile of Baton Rouge, LA – University of New Orleans (Golf)
Joe Stringfellow of Crowley, LA - LSU
Colin Troxler of Luling, LA – Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College (Golf)
Stephen Wall of Madisonville, LA – University of South Alabama (Golf)



Barbaree Wins US Junior AM

Phillip Barbaree from Shreveport, Louisiana won the US Junior Amateur this past weekend held at Colleton River Plantation Club’s Pete Dye Course in Bluffton, South Carolina. Phillip had his semi-final match suspended by darkness on Friday evening all square after seventeen holes. He closed out his semi-final match with a par on the tough par four eighteenth hole to win 1 up. Phillip faced Andrew Orischak from nearby Hilton Head South Carolina in the finals.

  The championship match was set for 36 holes. The final began as if Barbaree might run away with this championship. He built a 3-up lead after 10 holes before Orischak, the runner-up in last year’s South Carolina 3A high school state tournament, won three consecutive holes with birdies. Orischak later birdied the par-5 16th and added a winning par on No. 18 for a 2-up lead at the lunch break.

 Buoyed by that momentum and the supportive gallery, Orischak birdied the first two holes of the afternoon
round, including a 22-footer on the 19th, for a 4-up lead. Barbaree lipped out a 5-foot par putt to lose the 25th hole and go 5 down. The status remained that way for the next four holes before Barbaree began his historic comeback. Philip won the 29th and 30th hole with birdies to close to 3 down. He won the 32nd and 33rd hole to get to one down. Philip played 2 clutch shots on 18 to tie the match. He won the match on the first extra hole.

  We at Arrowhead would like to congratulate Phillip on this wonderful accomplishment. In June he won the AJGA Rolex Tournament of Champions while breaking the 72-hole AJGA scoring and tournament record with a 24-under-par 264.  We wish him luck in his upcoming events.



Briggs Captures Blue Harbor
Stroke Play Championship

Beau Briggs
Overall Tournament Title
Raymond Poche
2nd Place
Colin Troxler
3rd Place

Beau Briggs

Beau Briggs of Covington played three solid rounds and posted an eleven under par 205 (71, 68, 66) to capture his final AJGT event held on the Oak Course at Beau Chene Country Club. Briggs is headed to Oxford, Mississippi and will play SEC golf for the Ole Miss Rebels. Beau opened the first round with a 2 over par 38 on the front nine Friday. He then proceeded to shoot 33, 33, 35, 34 and 32 over the next two and a half rounds. Beau had 18 birdies over the three days. Raymond Poche of Covington shot five under 211 (70, 70, 71) to finish in second place. Poche carded thirteen birdies over the three days and kept Briggs in sight until the final nine holes. Colin Troxler of Luling shot a three over par 219 (72, 79, 68) to finish in third place. Stephen Wall of Madisonville and Stewart Perilloux
of Zachary finished tied for fourth at four over 220.

Stephen Wall Stewart Perilloux

Arrowhead would like to thank the staff at Beau Chene for a wonderful job.
What a wonderful job of getting the course in excellent condition.


Poche Wins At Carter Plantation
Morse Claims Junior Boys Title
Lambert Claims Overall Girls Title

Raymond Poche
Overall Tournament Title

Trey Morse
Junior Boys Champion

Cassidy Lambert
Overall Girls Champion

Poche Captures Waste Management Junior Classic

Raymond Poche

Raymond Poche from Covington (63-71, 134) fired a second day 71 to capture the Overall Boy’s Title played at Carter Plantation. Rain forced play to be halted on day 1 and a decision was made to count the 15 holes which all senior boys completed. Poche began the day in a three way tie for first place trailing day 1 leader Michael Landry from Laplace (61-80, 141). Poche bogeyed the first hole on day 2 but played the next 13 holes in 3 under par to open a lead he would not relinquish. Michael Sotile from Baton Rouge (62-75, 137) put together 2 solid rounds to finish second. Kyle Estay from Lockport (66-73, 139) used a solid second round to secure third place. Thanks to the Caldwell’s and the staff at Carter Plantation for hosting this event and helping us through our rain issues.

Michael Sotile Klye Estay

Morse Wins Junior Boys Title

Trey Morse

Trey Morse from New Orleans (53-76, 129) opened strong and never looked back to capture the Junior Boy’s Title. The junior boys played 13 holes on day 1. Morse held a 9 stroke lead after day 1 and shot 38, 38 on day 2. Johnathon Ellis from Baton Rouge (62-77, 139) shot 39, 38 on day 2 to capture second place.  Owen Hayden from Bogalusa (64-79, 143) finished third.

Johnathan Ellis Owen Hayden

Lambert Overall Girl Title Champion Again

Cassidy Lambert

Cassidy Lambert from Gretna (61-72, 133) continued her strong play to claim the Overall Girl’s Title. The girls played thirteen holes on day 1. Lambert, from the Class of 2020, began day 2 on hole 11. She bogeyed the par 5 13th, her third hole of the day. She then played the next fourteen holes in two under par. Reese Drezins from Slidell (61-80, 141) played solid for 2 days and finished second.

Reese Drezins


Laborde Captures Title at TPC
Rowell Claims Junior Boys Title
Lambert Claims Girls Title

Marshall Laborde
Overall Tournament Title
Jay Rowell
Junior Boys Champion
Cassidy Lambert
Overall Girls Champion


Laborde Shoots Even Par to Win at TPC

Marshall Laborde

Marshall Laborde from Shreveport shot a two under par 70 (74-70, 144) on the second day to record a come from behind victory at the AJGT Kelly Gibson Foundation at TPC of Louisiana tournament. Laborde began the day four shots behind first round leader Donnie Lacombe (70-77, 147) from Gonzales. Laborde birdied three of the first six holes on day two and trailed Lacombe by one shot. Lacombe double bogeyed the par three ninth and Laborde made the turn with a one stroke lead over Laborde and Mikey Landry (71-75, 146) from Laplace. The tournament was decided on the tough par three seventeenth. Laborde made bogey but gained a stroke on both Lacombe and Landry. Laborde birdied the signature eighteenth hole to seal his victory. Michael D’Albor (74-70, 144) from Plaquemine recorded five birdies on the second day to tie for second.

Michael D'Albor Mikey Landry

Rowell Claims Junior Boys Title

Jay Rowell

Jay Rowell (81-77, 158) from Metairie used a strong second day to claim the junior boy title. Dwayne Heron (85-83, 168) from Terrytown finished second and Collin Sinson (83-87, 170) from Many finished third.

Dwayne Heron Collin Stinson

Lambert Wins Overall Girls Title

Cassidy Lambert

Cassidy Lambert from Gretna (82-76, 158) used a strong second day to claim the overall girls title. Lambert began the day two shots behind Callee Breland from Bay St. Louis (80-81, 161). The group began the day on the par four twelve. Lambert seized control with birdies at seven, nine and ten to earn the title. Madeline Trahan from Clinton (101-96, 197) finished third.


Callee Breland Madeline Trahan





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Partial 2016 Schedule

Briggs Captures Title at The Bluffs

Julia Johnson Captures Overall Title at Carter Plantation

Bergeron Wins At Money Hill

Connor Wins At Farm d'Allie

Berry Wins At Beaver Creek

Glorioso, Johnson & Arcement Claim Lakewood




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