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SDCL #1 13u All-Stars Punch Return Ticket to National Championship

By Tammy Boclair, 09/07/21, 3:00PM EDT

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Redwood 17u All-Stars celebrate inaugural 17u champion status

Team California: SDCL #1 All-Stars

Team California: SDCL #1 All-Stars

Two-time National Champions (2015, 2018) the SDCL #1 All-Stars from Encinitas Ranch Golf Course (Encinitas, California) won the National Car Rental PGA Jr. League Regional at Indian Wells Country Club (Indian Wells, California) Sunday (Sept. 5) to secure their return spot in the National Car Rental PGA Jr. League Championship at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Ariz., Oct. 7-10. The Championship will be broadcast live on select ESPN networks for this first time this year.

The SDCL #1 All-Stars advanced to the championship match after shooting a 186, four strokes behind leader Via Verde All-Stars (San Dimas, California) on Saturday. The Santa Teresa All-Stars (San Jose, California) finished Day One in third place with a 192, followed by Grayhawk All-Stars (Scottsdale, Arizona) with a 195.

Sunday’s final round was nine holes of match play with SDCL #1 and Via Verde playing for the Championship. After regulation, the match was tied at 6-6 and SDCL #1 advanced to the National Championship on the holes-won tie breaker, 11-9. Grayhawk defeated Santa Teresa, 7-5, in the Consolation Match, for 3rd place, with Santa Teresa finishing in 4th place.

Redwood 17u All-Stars

Redwood 17u All-Stars

The Redwood All-Stars captured the inaugural 17u Championship at the National Car Rental PGA Jr. League Regional Sunday, (Sept. 5) at Indian Wells Country Club (Indian Wells, California) defeating the DragonRidge All-Stars (Henderson, Nevada) in match play. Players on the Redwood team are from the Santa Rosa Golf and Country Club (Santa Rosa, California) and the Windsor Golf Club (Windsor, California). The Island Pacific Golf Academy All-Stars (Kapolei, Hawaii) finished 3rd while the Mission Trails All-Stars (San Diego, California) finished in 4th place.

Redwood entered play Sunday in 1st place after shooting a 130 in stroke play (best two of three), two shots ahead of DragonRidge who totaled 132 on Saturday. Island Pacific and Mission Trails finished day one tied in 3rd place with a 136.

Sunday’s final round was nine holes of match play with Redwood defeating DragonRidge 5-4 to win the Championship. Island Pacific defeated Mission Trails with the same score,  5-4, in the Consolation Match for 3rd place, while Mission Trails placed 4th.