CAGT’s Open at Herndon Centennial

November 17, 2009 by  

Juniors competing in the Capital Area Golf Tour’s Open at Herndon Centennial this past weekend found the course a little longer than usual due to the wet conditions.  The DC Metro area had several days of heavy rain leading up to the tournament.  Lift, clean, and place was in effect for both days.  On Saturday, there was still some light rain and mist during the early part of the day and it gradually cleared by day’s end.  

On day one, in the Boys 10-12 age division, Evan Santa (Edgewater, MD) made the loop in 86 strokes for an eight stroke lead over Otto Voettiner IV(Haymarket, VA).  Eli Robertson(Ashburn, VA) and Dylan Truax (Waldorf, MD) came in at 95 and Phillip Andrukonis(Annandale, VA) was in at 98. 

Matthew DiSalvo (Great Falls, VA) had the lead after round one in the Boys 13-15 Division with a very solid 75.   Jackson Lizardo (Fairfax, VA) was the only other player in the division to keep it in the 70′s with a 79.  Nick Vazzana(Ashburn, VA) and Drew Board (Roanoke, VA) found themselves tied for third at 82.

In the Boys 16-18 Division, Andrew Gallagher (Falls Church, VA) and Zayne Dadrassan (Bel Air, MD) kept pace as the first group, firing 82 and 94, respectively.

Meagan Board (Roanoke, VA) competed in the Girls 13-15 Division and finished the first day with a 117. 

The second round was a new day.  Completely different weather-wise.  The course dried up quite a bit during the round and some players could be heard discussing how fast the greens weretowards the end of the round due to it drying up.  In the Boys 10-12 Division  Santa was the model of consistency and carded an 88 and a two-day total of 174 to take first place.  While Voettiner bettered his first round score by three for a 91 (185), it was Robertson who jumped into second with the low round of 81 (176). 

Consistency proved best in the Boys 13-15 Division as well.  Lizardo landed on top with a 78 and two-day total of 157.  Board picked his way around the course and walked off the 18th green with the day’s low round of 77 (159).  This was enough to secure second place.   Augustin Goudet(Bethesda, MD), who shot 84 in round one, came back with a strong 78 (162).  Day-one leader DiSalvo found some trouble on the back nine and wound up with an 87 (162) placing him in a tie with Goudet.  Based on a scorecard playoff (the final nine), Goudet claimed the third place trophy. 

Gallager took home first place hardware by shooting an 83 (165) while Dadrassan improved over his first round score by carding an 88 (182).

Meagan Board bettered her first round score by 12 for a 105 (222) and took the big trophy back to Roanoke. 

The CAGT has two more tournaments remaining on its fall schedule (Falls Road GC, MD and Raspberry Falls Golf and Hunt Club, VA).  You can find all the scores and more information on the tournaments at their website, cagt.org.

Below are images of the winners.  Images showcasing the tournament can be found at folio19.com.

(l-r) Augustin Goudet, Drew Board, Jackson Lizardo

(l-r) Augustin Goudet, Drew Board, Jackson Lizardo

(l-r) Meagan Board, Andrew Gallagher, Zayne Dadrassan

(l-r) Meagan Board, Andrew Gallagher, Zayne Dadrassan

(l-r) Otto Voettiner IV, Eli Robertson, Evan Santa

(l-r) Otto Voettiner IV, Eli Robertson, Evan Santa

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