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n behalf of the First Tee Miami Executive Board of Directors and all our Advisory Board members, we enthusiastically welcome you to view our annual Official Media Guide. We are delighted that we can share this special issue with you and look forward to your contribution to our development in junior golf. Our program is committed to promoting our motto “Helping Youth Through Golf.” As President-Executive Directors of the Dade Amateur Golf Association, we encourage you to take advantage of the many resources and networking opportunities. Additionally, The First Tee sponsors networking events, presentations, and conferences to increase your professional knowledge and expand your contacts. It goes without saying that the most effective way of getting involved in your commitment is to well…get involved! We encourage you to review our Official Media Guide and check out the growing list of activities and upcoming events to find a personal interest where you would like to contribute. We’re always looking for new ideas and/or different perspectives to keep our program and events fresh and relevant to the needs of our readers. We hope that you will find the Official Media Guide a rewarding experience. Should you have any questions, or if an issue of concern arises, please feel free to contact us or any member of the executive board. ⌾ Sincerely, Charles DeLucca Jr. / Charles DeLucca III

Executive Officers

Charles DeLucca Jr.

Charles DeLucca III

Dave Goodhart

John Reed

Jay Miller

Andy Miguel

Mike Tonino

President-Executive Director Dade Amateur Golf Association

President-Executive Director The First Tee Miami

Executive Vice President

Executive Vice President

Vice President of Junior Golf



Advisory Board Mario Avello Robert Burlington Blake Burman Ed Carborne Dave Clarke Erik Compton Joanie Connors Tina DeLucca

Patricio de Torres Jose Diaz Mike Fernandez Bruce Fleisher Joel Furnari Rep. Susan Goldstein Elizabeth Gonzalez Michael Hanzman Darrin Helfrick Orlando ‘El Duque’ Hernandez

Livan Hernandez Christian Infante Maury Joseph Nick Kallergis Tracy Kerdyk Cristie Kerr Jim Kiely Eddie LaCasa John Laponzina Keith Harrell Lopez

Dick McNeill Carole Miller Tina Miller George Mira, Sr. Michael Miraglia Jim Montgomery Pedro Munilla Joel Paige Matt Pendleton Sergio Pereira

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Allan Poms Bruce Sidden Frank Strafaci Larry Tornek Antonio Vargas Joe Vega Michael Wohl Steve Zack



Letter from the Executive Editor

t is a distinct pleasure as Executive Editor to be a part of the 34th Edition of the Official Media Guide for the Doral Publix Junior Golf Tournament. It represents a challenge, and at the same time an honor, to have the opportunity to work alongside a group of dedicated professionals that develops amazing initiatives for young golfers. Under the direction of Charlie DeLucca and Charlie DeLucca III, this event has grown over its history of success involving the participation of more than 650 youngsters and their families representing 40 countries who come to the beautiful Doral Golf Resort & Spa during the month of December. This is the 34th year that the event has been held at this location. More than 15,000 players have participated during the tournament’s long career. I want to thank all the sponsors of the event and those who work tirelessly alongside Charlie DeLucca in his continuing support of youth activities to ensure the success of this event so that the participants feel at home, have a good time, and feel the force of inspiration to develop the skills necessary to overcome obstacles in their personal development. In designing this guide, we have included information about those who have participated in the tournament since its inception, sponsors, prior winners, notes, interviews, and testimonials to add to the importance of the event hoping to reach youngsters from all corners of the world to become part of this special annual activity. By incorporating the technological advances of the Internet and social networking, this guide is accessible to national and international media. It provides the capabilities for everyone to feel as if they were here participating, meeting the players and their families, and knowing the proud history of the Doral

Publix Junior Classic. Finally I wish to thank the entire team led by Joel Furnari, Developer and Director of the Official Media Guide, The First Tee of Miami, and John Reed and Carole Miller who provided historical information of the event. Thanks to their dedication and commitment and the ongoing efforts of the DeLuccas, we look forward to many more successful events which develop young golfers and well-prepared citizens of the world. Good luck to the participants, and I look forward to seeing you soon. ⌾ Jose L. Barletta, M.S. Executive Editor and President of Group and Miami Opportunities

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“Drive for Excellence.”

Name: South Florida’s Most Talented

Female Golfers

Passion: Driving Their Futures Forward Orange Factor: Exemplify Honesty, Integrity,

Sportsmanship, Respect, Confidence, Responsibility, Perseverance, Courtesy, Judgement

Claim to Fame: Part of the 35 Young Women

Selected to Participate in “Drive for Excellence”

When girls participate in sports, they are more likely to succeed in school and in society. Orange Bowl’s “Drive for Excellence” Girls’ Golf Program empowers young women, through golf, to gain the confidence and leadership they need to reach their full potential in life and sports. Together with The First Tee, Orange Bowl provides scholarship assistance, academic coaching, leadership training and mentoring to young, diverse South Florida women. Orange Bowl is determined to make sure that golf scholarships do not remain unused.

Make it Orange.

To learn more about Orange Bowl in your community, visit Follow us on

Orange Bowl Girls’ Program Operation Success Drive for Excellence Orange Bowl Committee Mission Statement Our Mission The Orange Bowl Committee is a nonprofit sports organization that promotes and serves South Florida. Our Vision The Orange Bowl will promote championship sporting events, related premier entertainment, and other year-round activities to inspire youth, engage our community, and enhance the South Florida economy. Our Values SEEK excellence and high ethical standards in all we undertake. GIVE back to our community through a spirit of volunteerism. PROMOTE our community and work to unify its broad-based population. EMBRACE diversity and are sensitive to ethnicity, gender, and geography. VALUE collaboration, camaraderie, and selfless hard work. The First Tee Miami Mission Statement To impact the lives of young people by providing educational programs that build character, instill lifeenhancing values and promote healthy choices through the game of golf. The First Tee Nine Core Values

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Begins Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Both individual instruction and on course golf course management will take place. The ladies will receive First Tee life skills as well as personalized high level academic assistance and college prep help ( including ACT and SAT preparation) in our brand new state–of-theart learning center. The program will launch on September 17, 2015 Tuesday’s & Friday’s 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Saturday’s 4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

The First Tee Miami in conjunction with the Orange Bowl committee are proud to announce the extension of Operation Success which is an elite golf program for young women looking to play college golf and prepare themselves for college opportunities. The program will run on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday afternoons at Melreese Country Club.

Contact Joel Furnari if you have any questions or concerns about the program: 305-776-4138 Email:

As A Member Of This Program And The First Tee You Will Be Eligible For The Following First Tee Opportunities

A/B Honor Role- Makes you eligi-

The First Tee Junior Course Re-

RBS Achievers of The Year

ble for First Tee Scholars program

porters-An inside the ropes media experience covering a PGA event.

Awards- Awards for participants that have over come challenges in their lives

AJGA Ace Grant Program-Top flight


golf opportunities for participants

The First Tee Outstanding Partici-

America’s Future-Coca-Cola Company-First hand experience working with Coke executives

pant Award-It rewards exemplary achievement in a conference setting

Wells Fargo Succeeding Together-


The First Tee Par 3 Championship

Life Skills and Leadership Acade-

-Participants selected for a two-day competition

my- Week long academy with championship golf with life skill activities and career exploration


Auntie Anne’s Leaders and Entrepreneurs Forum-Entrepreneurship insight from leadership team

International Junior Golf AcademyWeek long instruction by IJGA


Nature Valley First Tee Open at


Pebble Beach- Opportunity to play Pebble with senior tour players

The Scholars Program-An elite academic, leadership and character developmental program for First Tee Seniors

A reward for First Tee success and financial responsibility

Player Advanced Academy- Eight days of intense golf for college bound participants

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Press Release


Classroom2Day announces Partnership between The First Tee Miami Foundation to Offer Educational Innovation Lab

MIAMI, Florida. – August 20, 2015 – Today CR2D, an educational and corporate consulting firm is pleased to announce the offering of the Education Innovation Lab that will provide year long top-notch educational services and technologies to The First Tee Foundation kids along with local community students and children. The Educational Innovation Lab’s focus will be a year-long endeavor to raise student academic achievement. The combined talents, expertise, and resources at the Educational Innovation Lab by Academic Merit, Ray Dass Test Prep, Lawrence Academy, PassTheNotes, First Tee Foundation were brought together by the educational consultants at Classroom2Day. “Our collaboration will help give local students the cuttingedge resources and support they need to be successful in the classroom and beyond,” said Manny Riera, Managing Partner of Classroom2Day. “Through our efforts and technology, we strive to enhance student achievement in today’s ever evolving world,” said Charlie DeLucca. Cr2D in collaboration with the partnering companies will develop educational learning plans for the students involved

to enhance proficiency and sharpen skillsets in already exceling students. “Students don’t always have access to technology along with the support of experienced educators. This Education Innovation Lab will provide students with the support they need to excel, said (Charlie DeLucca III) For more information, visit Classroom2Day at: or call at 954.680.3399 for details on Cr2D’s educational consulting solutions.

About First Tee Foundation: A group of local business leaders who truly believe that children of all walks of life will benefit from learning the game of golf and its positive values have partnered to build an endowment that will sustain all programs at The First Tee Miami Learning Center, where 9,000 children and families will benefit annually. For more information, visit First Tee Foundation at

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Drive for Excellence

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Drive for Excellence “Kick Off” Event At the left: Comm. Gort addressing the crowd. Below: The First Tee Miami and the Orange Bowl Comm. make it happen.

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Family Learning Center



ow do the First Tee Nine Core Values relate to academic development and Growth? They go hand in hand! A student that exercises responsibility, perseverance and integrity in golf, and effectively transfers those values to learning, will enjoy academic success and satisfaction throughout life.

tee family. As we continue to develop, our new buildings main purpose is to aid 5,000 children annually, representing all socio-economic levels while providing after school educational, tutoring and mentoring programs.

his clients and increase power and performance. Craig has his MA from Springfield College and is currently certified through the National Council on Strength and Fitness and is a N.G.360 Golf performance specialist.

These life skill programs build character and instill life-enhancing values to promote healthy choices through the game of golf.

Our college golf services to our kids continue with ImRecruitable – U.S. College Scholarship Experts, a company dedicated to consulting and mentoring student-athletes for successful college placement based on academics, leadership and golf skills.

The DeLucca’s understand the importance of academic development as we enter year two of our fabulous family learning center at Melreese Country Club at International Links.

Along with our state-of-the- art facility also houses “Prestige Golf” which provides top-of-the-line golf fitting with Juan Gomez on premises.

Our 5,500 square foot facility equipped with computer stations housing 18 Apple computers that are wired with Internet and Wi-Fi capabilities.

He is a fully certified advanced golf fitter and one of the country’s top 50 shaft designers, a distinction selected by the golf manufacturing industry.

There is also a storage room, kitchenette, bathrooms and two offices for First Tee planning.

In addition to Juan, golf fitness specialist Craig Lee, GolFit (located in Bay # 1 of the First Tee building ), promotes First Tee healthy habits with his personalized fitness programs.

With that in mind the First Tee has partnered, with “Classroom2Day”, an educational and corporating consulting firm, which has developed our Educational Innovative Lab for our First

Through golf and specific training, Craig aims to increase the endurance, strength, balance and flexibility of

Upon entry into high school, ImRecruitable helps to develop portfolios for college admission. ⌾ Mission Statement: “To impact the lives of young people by providing learning facilities and educational programs that promote character development and life-enhancing values through the game of golf. The First Tee Miami is a fun-filled program where children are learning about the great game of golf, while also learning valuable life skills that will increase their potential for success both on and off the course.”

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Golf Operations Staff

Coaches Mario Avello Larry Fair Marc Alpret Robert Lasa Tony Morales John Moscoso Michael Stern Carlos Velez

Administrative Staff Charles DeLucca Jr. Charles DeLucca III John Reed Joel Furnari

Volunteers Steve Weaver Carlos Rodriguez Samantha Feldman Mike Feldman Aliza Hanna John Tobon Jason Burstyn

Southern Chapter South Florida PGA Thank you 2014 Sponsors

Supporting Junior Golf


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Fitness Specialist Craig Lee Executive Assistant Carole Miller Receptionist Monica Escobar


Healthy Habits


The First Tee Nine Healthy Habits were created through a collaboration among The First Tee, ANNIKA Foundation and Florida Hospital for Children to promote healthy, active lifestyles for young people. The healthy habits are a list of nine health and wellness topics presented as a part The First Tee, formatted for easy understanding and learning by elementary-age students and chapter participants.





It is important to understand and make healthy choices about when to eat, how much to eat, and the types of food and drinks to provide the body with the most useful energy.

In order to make the most of one’s unique gifts—talents, characteristics and abilities— an individual needs to learn from the past, value the present, create their vision and future to ultimately “leave a footprint.”

Play A variety of energizing play can help the body stay strong, lean and fit, and be fun in the process. Sleep and other forms of “re-charging” allow one to engage in play on a daily basis.

Safety Physical safety includes playing in a safe environment and by the rules, protecting the body with proper equipment, warm-up and cool-down and wearing sun protection.

Mind The mind is a powerful tool for health. One’s mind influences his/her emotions and behaviors and can be utilized for self-improvement, building confidence and maintaining perspective.

Social: Friends Maintaining healthy relationships includes surrounding one’s self with friends and supportive people, while effectively handling challenging situations, including bullying and navigating the digital age with social media.

School Success in school - learning, building relationships and contributing to the school environment - leads to success in other areas of life.



When family members participate in activities together – share meals, communicate and establish roles and responsibilities – they are more likely to be successful in achieving their healthrelated goals.

Like the health of one’s body, it is important to also explore the health of one’s community and discover how one can give back and care for its environment and safety.

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Core Values Bring them home







The quality or state of being truthful; not deceptive. Golf is unique from other sports in that players regularly call penalties on themselves.

To feel or show deferential regard for; esteem. In golf it is important to show respect for oneself, playing partners, fellow competitors, the golf course, and for the honor and traditions of the game.

To persist in an idea, purpose or task despite obstacles. To succeed in golf, players must continue through bad breaks and their own mistakes, while learning from past experiences.

By participating in The First Tee, young people are introduced to core values which are reinforced throughout the program. Parents are encouraged to reinforce these behaviors by talking about them, what they mean and what these behaviors look like at home.







Strict adherence to a standard of value or conduct. Personal honesty and independence. Golf is a game of honesty, etiquette and composure. You are responsible for your actions and personal conduct on the golf course.

Reliance or trust. A feeling of self-assurance. Confidence plays a key role in the level of play that one achieves. Players can increase confidence in their abilities by being positive and focusing on something they are doing well regardless of the outcome.

Considerate behavior toward others; a polite remark or gesture. A round of golf should begin and end with a handshake between fellow competitors. Show courtesy toward others by remaining still and quiet while they prepare and execute a shot.





Observing the rules of play and winning or losing with grace. You must know and abide by the rules of golf and be able to conduct yourself in a respectful manner.

Accounting for one’s actions; dependable. Players are responsible for their actions on the golf course. It is up to them to keep score, repair divots, rake bunkers, repair ball marks on the green, and keep up with the pace of play.



The ability to make a decision or form an opinion. Using good judgment is very important in golf. It comes into play when deciding on strategy, club selection, when to play safe and when to take a chance, the type of shot players consider executing, as well as making healthy choices on and off the golf course.

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Golf Wearable Technology invades the Doral Publix Junior Golf Classic The Top Ten Gadgets that allow us to be more connected than ever to improve the level of our game. By Jose L. Barletta, M.S. President, Barnews Research Group - 60 years as an amateur golfer Founder of the Seminar: “The Executive and the Enterprise of the Future”


he Convergence of Technology is impacting our lives in different ways and changing the scenarios of our activities. Technology is now involved in all sports, and it is entering our daily routine in ways never thought possible just a few years ago. Golf has never been an exact science. Today, we see many players motivated to use devices that measure different aspects of their games, such as swing path and tempo, putter precision, pressure, stress level, calories expended by round, and tracking golf shot direction, distance and spread. Technology is present in the design of drivers, shaft , balls, clubs, golf course layouts, simulations, and club fitting facilities to mention a few. The best example is the increased distance of drives that are being achieved by today’s leading professional golfers. The named “Wearable Technology” is relative new. In less than five years, it has had a major impact in the game. You can see it in all golf shops with the plethora of different gadgets designed to improve the game. At the CES Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas every January, the thrust of technology and its impact on the golf industry is on display for golf enthusiasts, manufacturers, and business enterprises when new products and services are introduced. Even during practice rounds, devices provide information for in-depth analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of the course. Hole-by-hole, we can see the electronic Yardage Image in a Smart Phone or watch.

In my opinion, here are the “Top Ten Wearable Technologies” in the world of golf:

Lumo Lift (Lumbody Tech) The Lumo Lift (also known as the Lumbody) is a wearable device that analyzes and assists users to improve posture. Installing this device on the upper torso can find the correct lumbar position. This equipment monitors how far you vary from the position throughout your game so the golfer can get the best swing. Analyzing the other available devices, it is clear that this one is the best to address problems with posture.

Fitbit Flex Fitbit offers a family of tech products worn on the wrist to monitor real-time information of physical activity. The products include:

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Surge: The fitness “Super Watch” tracks GPS, continuous heart rate, all-day activity stats and sleep. It includes smart notifications and music control. Charge: This device tracks steps, distance, calories burned, floors climbed, active minutes and sleep. It includes Caller ID. Charge HR: Tracks continuous heart rate, all-day activity stats and sleep. It includes Caller ID. Flex: Tracks steps, distance, calories burned, active minutes and sleep. One: Tracks steps, distance, calories burned, floors climbed and sleep. Zip: Tracks steps, distance and calories burned. Aria: This “WI-FI Smart Scale” measures weight, BMI, lean mass and body fat percentages. Accessories: Accessories include wristbands, clips, cables, wireless sync dongle (that plugs into a USB port to sync all Fitbit trackers), charging stations, and clasps.

Jawbone: The Jawbone UP2 is a comfortable, good looking and accurate activity tracker that provides the basics including step, sleep monitoring, and smart alarm. However, it falls short of the Charge HR’s advanced fitness skills. The major feature of the UP2 is the software on your phone. It automatically figures out whether you’ve been sleeping or exercising and alerts you so you can enter relevant workout information. You can program smart alarms that set the Up2 to vibrate when you’re coming out of a deep sleep. You can program “get up and move around” alerts. You can also track your meals. Interacting with the Up2 requires you to use a double-tapand-hold-your-finger-down gesture to switch from active to sleeping modes. The Up2 isn’t totally waterproof, just water-resistant. It’s fine for sweat or rain or the shower but not very useful for swimmers, scuba, or snorkeling. Also, there is no heart rate monitor. Cost might be the most important part of the Up2: it starts at $99.99. That’s much cheaper than almost any smartwatch you can buy right now.

Maui Jim Sunglasses for Golf

It is easy to overlook a fairly essential component of any golfer’s accessories: sunglasses. Maui Jim is a leader in the sunglasses industry and is working hard to keep pace with the needs of today’s golfers. While all of their sunglasses feature frames for every lifestyle and patented Polarized Plus 2 lenses, their newest releases have been developed specifically for the golf course. They may even help lower your scores in addition to improving your style. Maui Jim’s popular Stone Crushers (pictured above) features Maui HT lens technology which is designed to help golfers see things that sit on surfaces. When looking through the lenses you will see sharper contrast and more vibrant color, which heightens contrast and depth of field so that the low light being perceived is more robust. In layman’s terms, the white golf ball will really pop against the darker, green grass, especially early in the morning and late afternoon. The Maliko Gultch frames feature a high-gloss finish, anticorrosive hinge and a double bridge with adjustable, nonslip nose pads. Neutral grey lenses are perfect for bright and sunny conditions. Another lens option is the HCL Bronze which provides excellent contrast and a warm, subtle bronze tint. Both sets of shades come with a Maui Jim case and cleaning cloth and are available in prescription.

Apple Watch The Apple Watch isn’t a standalone device -- you must own an iPhone 5 or later to use the Watch. A few Apple Watch functions work away from the phone, but the watch primarily works alongside the phone as an extension, a second screen, and basically another part of your iOS experience. It is referred to as a “symbiote”. Communication, fitness, information, time: these are the core Apple Watch functions, but the Watch has many features and apps. Apple Watch receives messages from friends, send

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texts and lets you dictate messages, make speakerphone calls, tracks your steps, logs runs and monitors your heart rate. It can connect over Wi-Fi in a home or office to extend its range.

Go Pro GoPro is the most popular offering for high-quality mountable cameras that can be used for as many applications as the human mind can conceive. The GoPro Hero’s biggest feature is its price, and the video quality is good for the cost/benefit ratio. However it is without a screen, so positioning the camera to capture the images you want is difficult. There is no built-in Wi-Fi, so there is no wireless transfer or preview capability. The Hero + LCD has WiFi to directly connect to a smart-phone or to the GoPro Smart Remote to control the camera or transfer on-the-go uploads. The Hero4 Silver is almost identical to the top-of-the-line Hero4 Black, and it has a built-in touch screen.

Arccos Golf Tracking There is a new app for Apple iOS called Arccos. Using “clubto-cloud technology,” Arccos gives golfers the data they need to make better, more informed decisions while out on the links and tools to analyze their game later. On the fairway and wondering whether to go wood versus iron, Arccos knows which club has worked better in the past and can show exactly why. By combining an iPhone app and Bluetooth-enabled sensors that screw into the grip of each club with GPS golf course data from the cloud, Arccos tracks the details of the game in the background. Once the clubs are paired with the phone, there is nothing else needed but to play through while Arccos records metrics like shot distance, percentage of fairway hits, club averages, and number of putts to the pin. Over time the data Arccos collects gives golfers quick access to distance averages, longest shots, Green in Regulation (GiR) percentage, and total shots taken with each club.

For golfers hoping to improve their game, Arccos has the Tour Analytics platform. Created with help from golf statistics pioneer Peter Sanders, the Tour Analytics platform categorizes a player’s handicaps into driving, approach, chipping, sand, and putting to better understand what part of their game is having trouble and where they can make changes that will have the greatest impact on overall play. The Arccos app has full coverage for every golf course in the United States, but currently only runs on iPhone 4s or later. Android and Windows phone versions are reportedly in the works. Check your local golf pro shop or go to the website for pricing, availability, shipping, etc.

Game Golf This device is an Automatic Shot Tracking system that provides the best way to track shot performance. Shot by shot, it records all your stats so you can visualize your game on a whole new level by shaving strokes off your golf game. Based upon the information from the Game Golf website, this device has been recognized by several golf professionals who use it. It is a lightweight GPS tracking device that captures accurate shot locations and calculates club performance during a given round. The system is comprised of a small, lightweight GPS tracking device that attaches to your belt and features an accelerometer, compass and a gyrometer. The Game Golf system also comes with red sensors discs -- one for each of the 14 clubs in your bag, plus four extras for additional clubs -- that screw into the butt end of the golf grip. When the red sensor in the grip is tapped against the GPS device, it lets the system know what club you’re using for a particular shot. Simply tagging each shot allows you to record data such as club distance, shot dispersion, fairways hit, greens in regulation and putts per hole. The data logged during the round is then sent to the Game

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Golf servers and can be viewed on a computer, iPhone or iPad. According to Game Golf, the device has already been used in 55 countries worldwide with 80,000-plus rounds and 60 million golf shots logged by the system. Graeme McDowell played a major role in the development process of the device. Jim Furyk wore Game Golf during this year’s Masters Par 3 Contest, and Lee Westwood used it at THE PLAYERS Championship.

Zepp Golf Kit This wearable, multi-sport motion sensor features dual accelerometers, a 3-axis gyroscope, and connects wirelessly via Bluetooth 2.1 to your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch or Android device. It provides instant feedback with a 360 degree analysis, as well as video showing club plane, hand path, the ability to compare to a pro, and also check out your swing data. For you techies, Zepp Golf’s predictive algorithms are within 2 miles per hour of a Doppler radar system which allows the sensor to measure clubhead speed and tempo during the swing, and (with your smartphone in your back pocket) hip rotation. The sensor weighs only 6.3

Google Glass Google Glass provides information that offers yardage, swing speed and launch angle through voice or finger movement. The information appears in a heads-up display in front of the golfer’s eyes allowing players to go about their round. With

grams and attaches to the golf glove. It captures, measures and analyzes the swing in three dimensions while recording 1,000 data points per second. The device takes a snapshot of each swing and sends the data directly to a smartphone or tablet. From there, a golfer can replay the swing, analyze the data and do s i d e - by - s i d e comparisons. The device also logs the data for every swing, giving you the ability to build detailed reports about each round and practice session.

the help of two different apps, Swingbyte and GolfSight, players can put the glasses on and receive swing analysis on their round without having to look down at their smartphone or tablet. It has been worn by a number of players in the last year, including PGA TOUR winners Billy Horschel and Jordan Spieth. Earlier this year, Google announced that it would stop producing the Google Glass prototype but remained committed to the development of the product.

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2015 Participants




A Abels IV, Raymond – Pleasanton, CA, USA Absil, Nicolas – Bonlez, BW, Belgium Aevermann, Lara-Alessandra – Frankfurt, , Germany Aggarwal, Areen – Columbia, MO, USA Alberti, Riccardo – Castel San Pietro, , Italy Aldarondo, Ian – San Juan, PR, USA Alibrandi, Gregorio – Rome, , Italy Aliff, Austin – Vero Beach, FL, USA Allen, Ben – Sleaford, , UK Allen, Dylan – Chateauneuf, GR, USA Alnajim, Claudia – Malaga, , Spain Althammer, Nicolas – Jupiter, FL, USA Altmann, Luiza – Windermere, FL, USA Alvarez-Castells, Cristina – Madrid, , Spain Alvarez-Castells, Jaime – Madrid, , Spain Amaya, Camila – Singer Island, FL, USA Amaya, Tomas – Singer Island, FL, USA Anaya, Miguel – San Luis Potosi, , Mexico Aranguren, Andres – San Juan, PR, Puerto Rico Arribas, Marty – Barcelona, , Spain Arronte, Julio – Veracruz, , Mexico Arronte, Mariana – Veracruz, , Mexico Asin, Andres – Zaragoza, , Spain Astrup, Stephanie – Horsens, 87, Denmark Atrio, Andres – Coral Gables, FL, USA

Boys 16-18 Boys 16-18 Girls 12-13 Boys 10-11 Boys 16-18 Boys 16-18 Boys 14-15 Boys 16-18 Boys 12-13 Boys 12-13 Girls 12-13 Boys 16-18 Girls 16-18 Girls 16-18 Boys 14-15 Girls 10-11 Boys 12-13 Boys 8-9 Boys 12-13 Boys 16-18 Boys 12-13 Girls 10-11 Boys 10-11 Girls 16-18 Boys 10-11

B Bailly, Isabella – North Miami, FL, USA Bakal, Anastasia – Dubai, , UAE Balshem, David – Doral, FL, USA Barahona, Rodrigo – Monterrey, , Mexico Barahona, Ian – Monterrey, , Mexico Barajas, Mateo – Medellin, , Colombia Barbachano, Manuel – Merida, , Mexico Barnhart, Brock – Robins, IA, USA Barrios Anzola, Jose Alejandro – Bogota, DC, Colombia Beaudreau, Lauren – Lemont, IL, USA Beber-Frankel, Jake – Miami, FL, USA Beber-Frankel, Phoebe – Miami, FL, USA Bedoya, Alejandra – Clermont, FL, USA Behling, Lynes – Berlin, , Germany Beidermann, Florian – Vienna, , Austria Belanger, Charles-Eric – Quebec, , Canada Benard, Kalyne – Olivet, , France Berdala, Marc – Barcelona, , Spain Berger, Yael – Hiltorfingen, , Switzerland Bergner, Ava – Ketsch, BW, Germany Bergsson, Hlynur – Gardabaer, , Iceland Berker, Ali – Sevilla, , Spain Berman, Hannah – Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, USA Betances, Gustavo – Santo Domingo, , Dominican R. Bettle, Tara – Hohen Neuendoff, , Germany Bevacqua, Niccolo – Milano, MI, Italy Bianchi, Eduardo – Rome, , Italy Biegle, Antoine – Bandol, PA, France Bigham, Chase – Naples, FL, USA Billings, Peyton – Fleming Way, FL, USA Binaghi, Giovanni – Milan, MI, Italy Blackard, Peyton – Ft. Branch, IN, USA Bodden, Samiah – Miami, FL, USA Bofill, Cecilie – Silkeborg, , Denmark Boquete, Facundo – Buenos Aires, , Argentina Boulger, John – Walpole, MA, USA Braverman, Joshua – Naples, FL, USA Braverman, Zachary – Naples, FL, USA

Girls 12-13 Girls 16-18 Boys 10-11 Boys 12-13 Boys 8-9 Boys 12-13 Boys 10-11 Boys 12-13 Boys 14-15 Girls 14-15 Boys 14-15 Girls 14-15 Girls 16-18 Boys 16-18 Boys 14-15 Boys 16-18 Girls 10-11 Boys 16-18 Girls 14-15 Girls 16-18 Boys 16-18 Boys 10-11 Girls 16-18 Boys 16-18 Girls 16-18 Boys 16-18 Boys 16-18 Boys 12-13 Boys 14-15 Boys 14-15 Boys 8-9 Boys 8-9 Girls 12-13 Girls 16-18 Boys 16-18 Boys 16-18 Boys 14-15 Boys 10-11

Bregoli, Riccardo – Spilamberto, , Italy Bright, Owen – Roanoke, VA, USA Bryden, Liam – Maraval, , Trinidad Buller, Lukas – Aschaffenburg, , Germany Bush, John – Cranford, NJ, USA Butler, Najae – Atlanta, GA, USA

Boys 16-18 Boys 10-11 Boys 16-18 Boys 14-15 Boys 14-15 Girls 16-18

C Cachon, Jonathon – Weston, FL, USA Boys 16-18 Calleja, Maria – Celaya, , Mexico Girls 10-11 Calleja, Maria – Celaya, , Mexico Girls 8-9 Calvo Sanz, Francisco – Miami, FL, USA Boys 16-18 Camel, Matt – Greenwich, CT, USA Boys 14-15 Cameron, Emree – Nevada, MO, USA Girls 8-9 Caminoli, Carolina – Rome, , Italy Girls 16-18 Carpenter, Ben – Darien, CT, USA Boys 14-15 Carrillo, Larissa – San Dedvo, NL, Mexico Girls 8-9 Carrillo, Jose – San Pedro, NL, Mexico Boys 8-9 Castaneda, Christian – Miami, FL, USA Boys 8-9 Castelan, Sofia – Querethro, , Mexico Girls 12-13 Castoro, Miles – Ft. Lauderdale, FL, USA Boys 16-18 Castro, Nicole – Davie, FL, USA Girls 8-9 Castro, Judith – Barcelona, , Spain Girls 16-18 Castro, Cole – Homestead, FL, USA Boys 16-18 Casty, Anolik – Bassersdort, , Switzerland Girls 14-15 Celentano, Lily – Weston, FL, USA Girls 10-11 Celestino, Daniel – Curitiba, , Brazil Boys 14-15 Celli, Filippo – Rome, , Italy Boys 14-15 Cervinkova, Magdalena – Uherske Hradiste, , Czech. Rep. Girls 12-13 Chaneles, Marc – Miami Beach, FL, USA Boys 14-15 Chaparro-Monroy Belt, Queretaro, Mexico Girls 7 & Under Chatfield, Davis – Attleboro, MA, USA Boys 16-18 Chen, Siyan – Howey In The Hills, FL, USA Girls 14-15 Chen, Cassandra – Miami, FL, USA Girls 16-18 Choi, Fred – Hong Kong, , USA Boys 14-15 Choi, Darren – Hong Kong, , USA Boys 10-11 Cholet, Edouard – Saint Cloud, , France Boys 16-18 Chowdary, Tiya – Belle Mead, NJ, USA Girls 12-13 Cimadevilla, Nicolas – Miami, FL, USA Boys 12-13 Clanton, Luke – Miami Lakes, FL, USA Boys 12-13 Cochran, Rafe – Palm Beach, FL, USA Boys 10-11 Collins, Sebastian – Southampton, , Bermuda Boys 12-13 Colozza, Simone – Miami, FL, USA Boys 14-15 Correa, Simon – Medellin, , Colombia Boys 14-15 Cortes, Ana – Bogota, , Colombia Girls 16-18 Cortes, Luis – Bogota, , Colombia Boys 14-15 Cortilla, Agueda – Barcelona, , Spain Girls 16-18 Corzo, Kevin – Mioami, FL, USA Boys 8-9 Coultoff, Shawn – Winter Garden, FL, USA Boys 8-9 Craig, Cathryn – Niceville, FL, USA Girls 12-13 Craig, Caroline – Niceville, FL, USA Girls 14-15 Cuartas, Marcos – Medellin, , Colombia Boys 12-13 Custer, Jane – Lake Worth, FL, USA Girls 12-13 Custer, Oliver – Lake Worth, FL, USA Boys 14-15

D D’Angelo, Andreina Popa – Roma, , Italy Dahlberg, Kevin – Skanor, , Sweden Dahlstrom, William – Helsingborg, , Sweden Dalmau, Alexander – Coral Gables, FL, USA Darnault, Paul-Henry – Neuilly Sur Seine, , France Darquea, Felipe – Quito, , Ecuador Davalos, Lissette – Guadalajara, JA, Mexico Davis, Mitchell – Valparaiso, IN, USA De La Torre, Issabela – Zacateras, , Mexico De Prosperis, Dylan – Rome, , Italy DeAngulo, Rachel – Miami, FL, USA

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Girls 12-13 Boys 14-15 Boys 14-15 Boys 10-11 Boys 12-13 Boys 16-18 Girls 16-18 Boys 16-18 Girls 8-9 Boys 14-15 Girls 12-13


Degasperis, Gabriella – Briarcliff Manor, NY, USA Derichebourg, Douglas – Houston, TX, USA Desmarchais, Laurent – Quebec, , Canada Desombre, Gabrielle – Oak Park, IL, USA Desrochers, Nathan – Quebec, , Canada DeWitt, Aaron – Winter Haven, FL, USA Diaz-Mercado, Juan Pedro – Miami, FL, USA Dobson, Sean-Karl – Austin, TX, USA Dorado Urrengoechea, Ines – Barcelona, , Spain Dransfeld, Josef – Huntington, WV, USA Drogosch, Grant – Windermere, FL, USA Ducler, Yvan – Plaiscluce Du Touck, , France Duclos, Balthazar – Garches, , France Duha, Chayan – Levallois, , France Dumez, Gala – Bordeaux, , France Dunham, Phillip – Jacksonville, FL, USA Duquette, William – Quebec, , Canada Duran, M. Petra – Barcelona, , Spain Duster, Pablo – Buenos Aires, , Argentina

Girls 8-9 Boys 14-15 Boys 14-15 Girls 16-18 Boys 14-15 Boys 8-9 Boys 8-9 Boys 12-13 Girls 14-15 Boys 14-15 Boys 14-15 Boys 14-15 Boys 12-13 Boys 14-15 Girls 14-15 Boys 7 & Under Boys 14-15 Girls 16-18 Boys 16-18

E Boys 16-18 Boys 10-11 Boys 14-15 Boys 14-15 Boys 12-13 Boys 16-18 Girls 14-15 Girls 10-11 Boys 12-13 Girls 8-9

F Fabbri, Tommaso – New York, NY, USA Falk Henriksson, Jacob – Falsterbo, , Sweden Farah, Micaela – Lima, , Peru Fassi, Maria – Pachuca, , Mexico Favaro, Gloria – Venice, , Italy Fenstermacher, Fynn – Coeogne, NR, Germany Fernandez, Gabriel – Merida, , Mexico Ferrandis, Flora – Sotogrande, , Espana Ferrari, Maxwell – Framingham, MA, USA Ferrer, Alejandra – Quentero, , Mexico Ferrer, Maria Paula – Queretero, QU, Mexico Fierno, Isabella – Yucatan, , Mexico Fierro, Alejandro – Merica, , Mexico Fierro, Renata – Merida, , Mexico Figueredo, Christian – Miami, FL, USA Fisher Mares, Zarah – Durango, , Mexico Fleming, Gavin – Jacksonville, FL, USA Florio, Alexis – Cranston, RI, USA Fonda, Sabrina – Wellington, FL, USA Fonseca, Max – Miami, FL, USA Ford, Julia – Shreusburg, MA, USA Forero, Luis – Cali, , Colombia Fortis, Kristian – Key Largo, FL, USA Fowler, Ashley – Heidelberg, BW, Germany Francoeur, Christopher – Amesbury, MA, USA Fuller, Annabell – Kingston Upon Thames, SU, England Fuller, Samantha – Kingston Upon Thames, , England

Boys 12-13 Boys 16-18 Girls 16-18 Girls 16-18 Girls 16-18 Boys 12-13 Boys 12-13 Girls 14-15 Boys 16-18 Girls 12-13 Girls 14-15 Girls 14-15 Boys 10-11 Girls 16-18 Boys 10-11 Girls 10-11 Boys 8-9 Girls 14-15 Girls 14-15 Boys 10-11 Girls 16-18 Boys 14-15 Boys 14-15 Girls 16-18 Boys 16-18 Girls 12-13 Girls 16-18

G Gachet, Paul Lewis – Boudeaux, , France Gallavresi, Lodovico – Milano, , Italy Gamboa, Sebastian – Merida, , Mexico Garcia, Diego – Guadalajara, JA, Mexico Garcia, Anthony – Miami, FL, USA

Boys 16-18 Boys 14-15 Boys 10-11 Boys 14-15 Boys 10-11

Boys 16-18 Boys 12-13 Boys 7 & Under Girls 16-18 Boys 8-9 Boys 12-13 Girls 12-13 Girls 12-13 Boys 14-15 Boys 16-18 Boys 14-15 Boys 12-13 Boys 10-11 Girls 12-13 Boys 16-18 Boys 12-13 Boys 16-18 Boys 14-15 Girls 16-18 Girls 12-13 Girls 16-18 Girls 12-13 Girls 16-18 Boys 16-18 Girls 16-18 Girls 16-18 Boys 16-18 Boys 12-13 Boys 12-13 Boys 14-15 Girls 14-15 Girls 16-18 Boys 16-18 Boys 8-9 Girls 14-15 Boys 12-13 Boys 14-15 Boys 14-15

H Hache, Jean – Santiago, , Dominican Republic Hammer, Marc – Oetigheim, BW, Germany Hamon, Edward – Nantes, , France Hansen, Line – Gillezede, , Denmark Harper, Nolan – St. Augustine, FL, USA Harris, Angelica – Harvey, LA, USA Hastings, Justin – George Town, , Cayman Islands Hastings, Andrew – Georgetown, , Cayman Islands Hauser, Bryce – VeroBeach, FL, USA Heard, Alex – Boca Raton, FL, USA Hegerstrom, Gabriel – Coral Springs, FL, USA Hellebrand, Peter – Coral Gables, FL, USA Henderson, Connor – Southborough, MA, USA Hennerz III, Leopoldo – Doral, FL, USA Henningsson, Emma – Granna, , Sweden Henningsson, Louise – Granna, , Sweden Hernandez, Montes – Tuxtla Gutierrez, , Mexico Herrera, Victor – Doral, FL, USA Herslow, Peter – Skanor, , Sweden Hicks, Ryan – Clearwater, FL, USA Hirano, Remington Bryan – Honolulu, , Hawaii Hrindova, Laila – Doha, , Qatar Huebner, Jessy – Port St. Lucie, FL, USA Hughes, Ashton – Dawsonville, GA, USA Hughes, David – Dawsonville, GA, USA Hughes, Andrew – Dawsonville, GA, USA Hurtado, Estefania – Medellin, , Colombia

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Boys 16-18 Boys 16-18 Boys 14-15 Girls 16-18 Boys 8-9 Girls 16-18 Boys 12-13 Boys 10-11 Boys 14-15 Boys 10-11 Boys 10-11 Boys 12-13 Boys 16-18 Boys 12-13 Girls 12-13 Girls 16-18 Boys 14-15 Boys 8-9 Boys 16-18 Boys 16-18 Boys 16-18 Girls 16-18 Boys 7 & Under Girls 7 & Under Boys 10-11 Boys 12-13 Girls 14-15


Elfuin, Oscar – Lamorlaye, , France Elkassem, Kareem – Raleigh, NC, USA Elmore, Aaron – Guyton, GA, USA Erazo, Santiago – Cali, , Colombia Estape, Eric – Miami, FL, USA Esteban Hernandez, Luis Javier – Madrid, , Spain Esteban Hernandez, Almudena M. – Madrid, , Spain Esteban Hernandez-Ro, Lucia – Madrid, , Spain Estrada, Nicholas – Lake Worth, FL, USA Evora, Ana – Montevidio, , Uruguay

Garcia, Daniel – Madrid, , Spain Garcia, Alejandro – Queretoro, , Mexico Garcia Arroyo, Miguel – Queretaro, QR, Mexico Garcia Garcia, Laura – Madrid, , Spain Garcia Terol, Pablo – Barcelona, , Spain Gardarsson, Sigurdur – Reykjavik, , Iceland Gestsdottir, Eva – Kopavogur, , Iceland Gestsdottir, Huloa – Kopavogur, , Iceland Giacchetto, Andrew – Canton, MA, USA Giantsopoulos, Angelo – Ontario, , Canada Gifford, Luke – Boca Raton, FL, USA Gil, Laurentino – Guadiaro, , Espana Gilleyvallamas, Emilio – Culiacan, SI, Mexico Gilly, Vanessa – Miami, FL, USA Giroux, Thomas – Ontario, , Canada Glawe, Wolfgang – St. Leon-ROT, , Germany Glenn, Matthew – Boca Raton, FL, USA Goldfarb, Ryan – Palm Beach, FL, USA Gollety, Camille – Neuilly Sur Seine, , France Gomez, Emilia – Pereira, , Colombia Gomez, Mercedes – Quito, , Ecuador Gomez, Giuliana – Miami, FL, USA Gomez-Lloret, Andrea – Windermere, FL, USA Gonzalez, Eduardo – San Luis Potos, , Mexico Gonzalez, Ximena – Howey In The Hills, FL, USA Grant, Linn – Viken, , Sweden Griffin, Riley – Providence, RI, USA Griggs, Matthew – Prosper, TX, USA Gu, Alexander – Darien, CT, USA Gubenko, Nikita – Great Falls, VA, USA Guest, Jade – Cambridge, , UK Guiao, Lauren – Newburgh, IN, USA Gunness-Bendetti, Paul – Los Angeles, CA, USA Guo, John – Bluffton, SC, USA Gus, Sophie – Bluffton, SC, USA Gustavsson, Lars – Davos Platz, , Switzerland Gutierrez, Alejandro – Mission, TX, USA Gutierrez, Martin – Coral Gables, FL, USA

2015 Participants



Hurtado, Daniel – Cali, , Colombia Hutchinson Kay, Vera – Stockholm, , Sweden Hutchinson-Kay, Ellen – Stockholm, , Sweden

Boys 14-15 Girls 14-15 Girls 16-18

I Ibarra Ambia, Paloma – Saltilla, CO, USA Im Obersteg, Anna – Muri Bel Bern, , Switzerland Imai, James – Brookline, MA, USA Irizar Bianchi, Marcos – Madrid, , Spain Ishikawa, Noah – Yokohama, , Japan Islas, Jose – Pachucs, HG, Mexico Iten, Jayson – Einsiedeln, , Switzerland

Girls 7 & Under Girls 14-15 Boys 14-15 Boys 16-18 Boys 12-13 Boys 12-13 Boys 14-15


J Jackree, Dinesh – Surrey Village, , USA Jackson, Adrien – Antibes, , France Jansson, Caroline – Hollviken, , Sweden Jaramillo, Esteban – Sunny Isles, FL, USA Jarvis, Aaron – George Town, , Cayman Islands Jaunet, Tomy – Guerande, , France Jelinek, Maxmilian – Boynton Beach, FL, USA Jimenez, Natalia – Miami, FL, USA Jimenez, Victor – Malaga, , Spain Jimenez, Alberto – Madrid, , Spain Joels, Veronica – Las Vegas, NV, USA Johnson, Jarrod – Marana, AZ, USA Jonely, Hannah – Ashburn, VA, USA Joseph, Griffin – Dubai, , UAE Jovanovic, Luka – Belgrade, , Serbia Jules, Parker – St. Simons, GA, USA Juzga, Eldrick – Bogota, , Colombia

Boys 16-18 Boys 14-15 Girls 16-18 Boys 14-15 Boys 12-13 Boys 10-11 Boys 10-11 Girls 12-13 Boys 16-18 Boys 16-18 Girls 14-15 Boys 12-13 Girls 14-15 Boys 16-18 Boys 14-15 Girls 10-11 Boys 14-15

K Kawas, Sebajtian – Doral, FL, USA Kennedy, Frank – Cheshire, , England Kim, Jude – Plantation, FL, USA Kjellker, Sara – Hollviken, , Sweden Koch, Bill – Ubstadt-Weiher, , Germany Kodak, Samuel – Naples, FL, USA Kodak, Eliza – Naples, FL, USA Kommineni, Sachin – Coppell, TX, USA Kostov, Lyubomir – Sofia, , Bulgaria Kournikova, Allan – Palm Beach, FL, USA Kramer, Aidan – Oviedo, FL, USA Kranter, Aline – Wesley Chapel, FL, USA

Boys 10-11 Boys 10-11 Boys 12-13 Girls 16-18 Boys 14-15 Boys 12-13 Girls 10-11 Boys 8-9 Boys 16-18 Boys 10-11 Boys 12-13 Girls 14-15

L Lafourcade, Charlotte – St. Feandecuz, , France Laisne, Agathe – Boulogne Billiancour, , France Lamb, Davis – Potomac, MD, USA Latimer, Tyler – Canton, GA, USA Latimer, Griffin – Canton, GA, USA Lau, Grant – Toronto, ON, Canada Laussot, Aymeric – La Celle St. Cloud, , France Lawrence, Ysabelle – Port Of Spain, , Trinidad Le Falher, Yaseen – Manama, , Bahrain Leichtle, Meike – Stuttgart, , Germany Li, David – Duesseldort, NR, Germany Liautier, Charlotte – Piton Saint Leu, , France Lilly, Justin – Pembroke Pines, FL, USA Lilly, Jennifer – Pembroke Pines, FL, USA Lindahl, Michaela – Holliken, SK, Sweden Lindahl, Andrea – Hollviken, SL, Sweden Llanos, Nicolas – Popayan, , Columbia Lohr, Laurids – Markkleeberg, , Germany Lomax, Graden – Wrentham, MA, USA Lopez, Ryan – Miramar, FL, USA

Girls 16-18 Girls 16-18 Boys 16-18 Boys 12-13 Boys 8-9 Boys 14-15 Boys 14-15 Girls 16-18 Boys 14-15 Girls 14-15 Boys 14-15 Girls 16-18 Boys 14-15 Girls 12-13 Girls 14-15 Girls 10-11 Boys 12-13 Boys 16-18 Boys 7 & Under Boys 8-9

Lopez, Alejandro – Boca Del Rio, VR, Mexico Lopez, Cory – San Pedro, NL, Mexico Lopez Pavelko, Nicolas – Morelia, MI, USA Lopez Yague, Jose – Madrid, , Spain Lorenz Tabora, Alessandra – Weston, FL, USA Loza, Sarah – Santander, , Colombia Loza, Maria – Bucaramonga, , Colombia Lunackova, Frantiska – Tyn Nad Vltavou, , CZ

Boys 16-18 Girls 12-13 Boys 7 & Under Boys 16-18 Girls 8-9 Girls 10-11 Girls 16-18 Girls 16-18

M Mackenzie, Serena – Port Of Spain, , Trinidad Girls 14-15 Magrini, Giulia – Milano, , Italy Girls 12-13 Magrini, Giorgio – Milano, , Italy Boys 12-13 Mahe, Candice – Govrin, , France Girls 14-15 Malmberg, Kiley – Far Hills, NJ, USA Girls 10-11 Mangum, Ethan – Ellenwood, GA, USA Boys 16-18 Manzoni, Giovanni – Cremella, LC, Italy Boys 16-18 Marshall, John – Miami, FL, USA Boys 10-11 Martell, Alex – Coral Springs, FL, USA Boys 14-15 Martin, Clemence – Courbevoie, , France Girls 12-13 Martinez Cantu, Miguel – San Pedro Garza, , Mexico Boys 14-15 Martini, Pietro – Padova, , Italy Boys 16-18 Masua, Sebastiano – Orlando, FL, USA Boys 10-11 Matlari, Philipp – Leimen, , Germany Boys 16-18 McBride, Brandon – Bluffton, SC, USA Boys 14-15 McGloin, Kevin – Brooklyn, NY, USA Boys 16-18 McLean, Sam – , , Grand Cayman Boys 8-9 McLean, Holly – , , Grand Cayman Girls 10-11 McLoughlin, Sean – Rosses Point, , Ireland Boys 10-11 Mercado, Alyssa – Bradenton, FL, USA Girls 12-13 Meyer, Connery – Marietta, GA, USA Boys 12-13 Michelazzo Gemmo, Franco – Vicenza, , Italy Boys 16-18 Modesti, Matilde – Ariccia, RM, Italy Girls 7 & Under Molina, Tomas – Manizales, , Colombia Boys 14-15 Morales, Brooke – McKinney, TX, USA Girls 12-13 Morales, Zachary – McKinney, TX, USA Boys 7 & Under Moreno Mendoza, Julio – Madrid, , Spain Boys 16-18 Morgan, David – Naples, FL, USA Boys 14-15 Moriyama, Yuki – San Diego, CA, USA Boys 14-15 Moss, Sebastian – Pearland, TX, USA Boys 12-13 Mourin, Jonathan – Miami, FL, USA Boys 12-13 Movetti, Brando – Rome, , Italy Boys 16-18

N Nachmann, Alec – Boca Raton, FL, USA Nachmann, Elle – Boca Raton, FL, USA Nardone, Michael – West Palm Beach, FL, USA Nesteus, Isabel – Itellviken, , Sweden Nguyen, Eric – Pembroke Pines, FL, USA Nielsen, Cecilie – Hoersholm, , Denmark Nielsen, Sofif – Nykoebing Mors, , Denmark Nimo Pineiro, Alejandro – Moana, , Spain Nip, Gloria – Port St. Lucie, FL, USA Nip, Angela – Port St. Lucie, FL, USA

Boys 12-13 Girls 12-13 Boys 8-9 Girls 16-18 Boys 8-9 Girls 14-15 Girls 16-18 Boys 14-15 Girls 8-9 Girls 8-9

O O’Donnell, Jack – Cohasser, MA, USA Oakes, Jonathan – Dobbs Ferry, NY, USA Ocano, Mariana – St. Pete, FL, USA Ojeda, Ana – Doral, FL, USA OK, Lara – Bad Homburg, , Germany Origel, Valentina – Irapuato, , Mexico Origel, Luciana – Impuato, GU, Mexico Origel, Victoria – Trapuato, , Mexico Orsi, Tommaso – Monza, MB, Italy


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Q Quickel, Haley – Middletown, DE, USA Quintero, Nicolas – Cali, , Colombia Quintero, Alejandro – Cali, , Colombia

Girls 12-13 Boys 14-15 Boys 12-13

R Ragan IV, David – Coral Gables, FL, USA Ramirez, Felipe – Santander, , Colombia Ramirez, Jose – Medellin, , Colombia Ramirez, Jesus – Cucuta, , Colombia Rand, William – New York, NY, USA Raza, Filip – Bradenton, FL, USA Reedy, Lizzie – Marietta, GA, USA Reisner, Elle – Atlanta, GA, USA Reiss, Maximilian – Mannheim, , Germany Reitter, Lily – Naples, FL, USA Reitter, Theodore – Naples, FL, USA Renard, Antoine – Verrieres Le Buisson, , France Restrepo, Gabriel – Caracas, DT, Venezuela Restrepo, Laura – Medellin, , Colombia Reus, Samuel – Doral, FL, USA Riboud, Hugo – St. Jean De Luz, , France Riley, Cameron – Lake Mary, FL, USA Rincon, Manuela – Bogota, , Bogota Rippert, Natasha – Starnberg, , Germany Rippert, Connor – Starnberg, , Germany Rissi Miozzo, Enrico – Barcelona, , Spain Rissi Miozzo, Nina – Barcelona, , Spain Risvaer, Hans – Miami, FL, USA Ritchie, Callum – Puerto Sotogrande, , Spain

Boys 12-13 Boys 16-18 Boys 12-13 Boys 14-15 Boys 16-18 Boys 12-13 Girls 16-18 Girls 7 & Under Boys 14-15 Girls 7 & Under Boys 12-13 Boys 12-13 Boys 14-15 Girls 14-15 Boys 8-9 Boys 14-15 Boys 16-18 Girls 12-13 Girls 14-15 Boys 12-13 Boys 16-18 Girls 14-15 Boys 10-11 Boys 16-18

Rivera, Erick – Coamo, PR, Puerto Rico Rivera Hernandez, Hector – Bayamon, PR, Puerto Rico Roberts, Thomas – Wellesley, MA, USA Roberts, Brett – Coral Springs, FL, USA Roberts, Taylor – Boca Raton, FL, USA Rodas, Rodrigo – Guatemala City, , Guatemala Rodriguez, Andrew – The Woodlands, TX, USA Rodriguez, Morgan – Delray Beach, FL, USA Rodriguez, Kevin – Miami, FL, USA Rodriguez, MaKenna – Delray Beach, FL, USA Rodriguez, Lorenzo – Coral Gables, FL, USA Rodriguez, Adrian – Coral Gables, FL, USA Rogers, David – Needham, MA, USA Rogillio Jr., Brandon – Baton Rouge, LA, USA Rojas Vlloa, Isabella – Bogota, , Colombia Rosado, Pablo – Malaga, , Spain Rosenberg, Jennifer – Laurel Hollow, NY, USA Rotermund, Tim – Orlando, FL, USA Rubio, Nicolas – Bogota, DC, Colombia Ruffolo, Georgia – Tampa, FL, USA Rusticali, Alberto – Forlt, , Italy

Boys 14-15 Boys 16-18 Boys 16-18 Boys 12-13 Girls 12-13 Boys 14-15 Boys 14-15 Girls 8-9 Boys 10-11 Girls 12-13 Boys 8-9 Boys 10-11 Boys 14-15 Boys 12-13 Girls 10-11 Boys 14-15 Girls 16-18 Boys 16-18 Boys 14-15 Girls 12-13 Boys 14-15

S Sadato, Genki – Hiroshima, , Japan Boys 16-18 Safa, Reda – El Paso, TX, USA Boys 7 & Under Saint Romain, Axel – Saint Rambert, , France Boys 14-15 Saksa, Elina – Chattanooga, TN, USA Girls 14-15 Salama, Antonio – Sotogrande, , Spain Boys 10-11 Salander, Gustav – Skanor, , Sweden Boys 16-18 Sampaio, Thomas – Rio De Janiero, , Brazil Boys 16-18 Sample, Luke – New York, NY, USA Boys 12-13 Sanchez, Santiago – Lima, , Peru Boys 16-18 Sanchez, Rodrigo – Santo Domingo, DN, Dominican Republic Boys 16-18 Sanchez De La Fuente, Alejandra – Marbella, , Mexico Girls 12-13 Sanchez De La Fuente, Alberto – Marbella, , USA Boys 8-9 Sandhu, Sihan – Ashburn, VA, USA Boys 10-11 Sarmini, Lars – Vienna, , Austria Boys 12-13 Sattelkau, Celina – Neustadt/Weinstrasse, , Germany Girls 14-15 Saxer, Mike – Gisikon, , Switzerland Boys 12-13 Schaftlmeier, Finn – Winnenden, , Germany Boys 10-11 Schilowsky, Lena – Gloggnitz, , Austria Girls 16-18 Schlickenrieder, Nick – Stafa, ZH, CH Boys 16-18 Schlickenrieder, Felicia – Stafa, ZH, CH Girls 14-15 Schmuecking, Patrick – Wiesbaden, , Germany Boys 14-15 Schneider, Dominic – Vienna, , Austria Boys 14-15 Schulman, Lext – Vernon Hills, IL, USA Girls 10-11 Scott, Faith – Columbus, GA, USA Girls 14-15 Serra, Niccolo – Geneva, GE, Switzerland Boys 14-15 Shah, Aarav – Greater Noida, , India Boys 8-9 Shanahan, Kelly – Coral Springs, FL, USA Girls 10-11 Shapiro, Ian – Miami, FL, USA Boys 16-18 Sheffer, Micah – Brownstown, IN, USA Boys 8-9 Sheridan, Liam – Sterling, VA, USA Boys 7 & Under Shieh, Gabrielle – Carlisle, MA, USA Girls 12-13 Shin, Skylee – Doral, FL, USA Girls 10-11 Sierra, Marla Gabriela – Weston, FL, USA Girls 8-9 Simont, Vania – Mexico City, DF, Mexico Girls 10-11 Smith, Andie – Hobe Sound, FL, USA Girls 12-13 Smith, Jackson – Hobe Sound, FL, USA Boys 10-11 Smits, Valentin – Koenigstein, , Germany Boys 16-18 Soto, Alejandro – Newton, MA, USA Boys 16-18 Soucinek, Matthew – Lake City, FL, USA Boys 14-15 Soucinek, Charles – Lake City, FL, USA Boys 16-18 Spillert, Daniela – Miami, FL, USA Girls 14-15 Stanchieri, Mauro – Sunny Isles Beach, FL, USA Boys 12-13 Staub, Nicklas – Boynton Beach, FL, USA Boys 12-13

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Pagliawnua, Virginia – Boca Raton, FL, USA Girls 16-18 Paik, Allison – Providence, RI, USA Girls 12-13 Park, Minwoo – Toronto, ON, Canada Boys 16-18 Parkerson, Evelyn – West Roxbury, MA, USA Girls 7 & Under Parkerson, Eleanor – West Roxbury, MA, USA Girls 10-11 Parr, Jean-Philippe – St. Celestia, PQ, Canada Boys 10-11 Parsons, Mary – Delta, BD, Canada Girls 16-18 Pasalodos Barcelo, Laura – Tampa, FL, USA Girls 14-15 Payr, Florian – Kufstein, , Austria Boys 16-18 Paz Valdes, Virgilio – Boca Raton, FL, USA Boys 10-11 Pena-Pomarino, Raul – Puebla, PU, Mexico Boys 10-11 Pendaries, Lea – Neuilly Sur Seine, , France Girls 12-13 Pereira, Ricardo – Hialeah, FL, USA Boys 8-9 Perez, Daniella – Miami, FL, USA Girls 14-15 Perez, Loren – Bartow, FL, USA Girls 16-18 Perez, Jose – Miami, FL, USA Boys 12-13 Perez Crespo, Marta – Madrid, , Spain Girls 16-18 Perico, Julian – Lima, , Peru Boys 16-18 Peters, Ryan – Port Of Spain, , Trinidad Boys 14-15 Petersson, Yoshi – Miami Beach, FL, USA Boys 12-13 Piedra, Cameron – Coral Gaables, FL, USA Boys 14-15 Pinthier, Lilas – Suresnes, , France Girls 12-13 Pinto, Victor – S. Paulo, , USA Boys 16-18 Plachetka-Pohl, Lara – Buisserun, , France Girls 16-18 Plata, Valery – Bucaramanga, , Colombia Girls 14-15 Pluntke, Kellen – Leesburg, VA, USA Boys 14-15 Poirier, Vincent – Candiac, QC, Canada Boys 16-18 Poivre D’Arvor, Joachim – Neuilly Sur Seine, , France Boys 10-11 Pollak, Matthew – Miami Beach, FL, USA Boys 8-9 Pollak, Jonathan – Miami Beach, FL, USA Boys 10-11 Pollman, Connor – Cumming, GA, USA Boys 16-18 Popovic, Max – Domzale, , Slovenia Boys 12-13 Powell, Drew – Bangor, ME, USA Boys 16-18 Presche, Liam – Gerlingen, , Germany Boys 14-15 Pujol, Sergi – Barcelona, , Spain Boys 16-18 Puyol, Dana – Barcelona, , Spain Girls 14-15

2015 Participants



Stephens, Robert – St. Simons Island, GA, USA Stephens Jr., Edward – St. Simons Island, GA, USA Stirn, Gal Patrik – Kranj, , Slovenia Strasek, Luka – Ljubljana, , Slovenia Strasek, Ziga – Ljubljana, , Slovenia Stromfelt, Erik – Stockholm, , Sweden Stromfelt, Ella – Stockholm, , Sweden Suau, Juan – Guaynabo, PR, Puerto Rico Sugikawa, Ryo – Hiroshima, , Japan Sutyla, Colin – Coventry, RI, USA

Boys 8-9 Boys 10-11 Boys 14-15 Boys 14-15 Boys 16-18 Boys 14-15 Girls 16-18 Boys 14-15 Boys 16-18 Boys 14-15


T Talibart, Marine – Bruz, , France Tamburrini, Fabio – Formello, , Italy Tandale, Aryan – Leesburg, VA, USA Tarkka, Antti – Tampere, , Finland Temelo, Horacio – Queretaro, , Mexico Temelo, Sofia – Queretaro, , Mexico Terramagra, Timo – Weston, FL, USA Theijs, Sam – Rixensart, , Belgium Thezier, Julien – Rueil Malmaison, , France Thomas, Frankie – Chesterfield, MO, USA Thorbjornsen, Michael – Wellesley, MA, USA Tomaso, Ryan – Milford, MA, USA Tomlinson, Jack – Wolverhampton, , UK Trockel, Linda – Bluffton, SC, USA Tsar, Andrew – Palm Beach Gardens, FL, USA Tsar, Pavel – Palm Beach Gardens, FL, USA Turner, James – Gloucester, MA, USA Turner, Mark – Gloucester, MA, USA Tynan, Fflon – Ystradowen, , Wales Tyson, Nashawn – North Palm Beach, FL, USA

Girls 14-15 Boys 12-13 Boys 14-15 Boys 14-15 Boys 14-15 Girls 8-9 Boys 8-9 Boys 14-15 Boys 14-15 Boys 16-18 Boys 14-15 Boys 16-18 Boys 8-9 Girls 16-18 Boys 7 & Under Boys 8-9 Boys 16-18 Boys 16-18 Girls 12-13 Boys 10-11

Vanososte, Daniel – Doral, FL, USA Vasle, Jure – Velenje, , Slovenia Veintemilla, Anika – Guayaquil, , Ecuador Velez, Diana – Vega Alta, PR, Puerto Rico Verdolin, Marcello – Lerma, , Mexico Verdolin, Leonardo – Lerma, , Mexico Verticchio, Elena – Rome, , Italy Veyret, Sara – Compregne, , France Vidal, Enzo – Miami, FL, USA Vlasich Suarez, Mirko – Mexico City, DF, Mexico Vlloa Restrepo, Gabriella – Bogota, , Colombia Voltas, Jan – Barcelona, , Spain Vrain, Lou – Marly, , France

Boys 8-9 Boys 16-18 Girls 14-15 Girls 16-18 Boys 16-18 Boys 14-15 Girls 16-18 Girls 14-15 Boys 7 & Under Boys 16-18 Girls 8-9 Boys 12-13 Girls 16-18

W Waidner, Lauren – Fleming Island, FL, USA Walsh, Louie – ‘West York, , Ukraine Ward, Charles – Erlaneen, , German Wartique, Olivier – Wavre, , Belgium Wells, Anthony – Plantation, FL, USA Wieland, Tristan – Jupiter, FL, USA Wilt, Ford – Lake Worth, FL, USA Winters, Brendon – SpanishFort, AL, USA Wood, Joseph – Camberley, , UK Wood, George – Naples, FL, USA Wood, Samuel – Camberley, , UK Wylie, Bryce – Boca Raton, FL, USA

Girls 16-18 Boys 10-11 Boys 8-9 Boys 16-18 Boys 16-18 Boys 8-9 Boys 14-15 Boys 14-15 Boys 12-13 Boys 16-18 Boys 10-11 Boys 8-9

Y Yanes, Clemente – Buenos Aires, , Argentina You, Robert – Nashua, NH, USA Young, Robert – Miami, FL, USA

Boys 16-18 Boys 12-13 Boys 8-9


U Umphrey, Timothy – Northboro, MA, USA Urso Fuentes, Paolo – Madrid, , Spain

Boys 16-18 Boys 16-18

V Valenzuela, Albane – Vesenaz, , CH Valenzuela, Alexis – Vesenaz, , CH Valery, Augustin – Paris, , France Van Der Hamm, Friedrich – Stuttgart, BA, USA

Girls 16-18 Boys 14-15 Boys 12-13 Boys 16-18

Zaldumbide Costello, Antonio – Queretaro, , Mexico Zapata, Ignacio – Pompano Beach, FL, USA Zeeb, Niklas – Stuttgart, , Germany Zinsner, Teddy – Alexandra, VA, USA Zou, Jonathan – Vienna, VA, USA Zurn, Logan – Elkhorn, WI, USA Zweig, Avery – Dallas, TX, USA

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Martinez-Fonts, Pedro Martinez-Fonts Jr, Pedro Miyares, Bias Oyarzun, Monchy Palomo, Manolo Paredes, Frankie Rodriguez, Ray Rosell, Teobaldo

Sanchez, Pepe SardiĂąa, Eddie Sonville, Jorge Torano, Carlin Triay, Miguel Zamora, Pablin


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AGES 16-18 2014 Ivan Ramirez Valendia – Bucamaranga, Colombia 2013 Hurly Long – St. Leon-ROT, Germany 2012 Alexander Matlari - Bad-Wuer, Germany 2011 Nicolas Manifacier, Cabries, France 2010 Pierre Tillement, Neuilly Sur Seine, France 2009 Tommy Cocha, Salta, Argentina 2008 Tomoya Tokunaga, Tatsumo City, Japan 2007 Are Freistad, Hafrsfjord, Norway 2006 Carlos Goya Cordoba, Argentina 2005 Andres Echevarria, Medellin, Colombia 2004 Conrad Von Borsig, Swarthmore, PA 2003 Miguel Cabrero-Bello, Maspalonias, Spain 2002 Tyler Leon, Sarasota, FL 2001 James Vargas, Miami, FL 2000 James Vargas, Miami, FL 1999 James Vargas, Miami, FL 1998 Sean O’Hair, Bradenton, FL 1997 Ryan K. Hybl, Hazlehurst, GA 1996 Nicholas Loar, Rockwell, TX 1995 Nick Cassini, Atlanta, GA 1994 Robert Hooper, Coral Springs, FL 1993 Edward Loar, Rockwell, TX 1992 Kevin Mihailoff, Naples, FL 1991 Francisco Valera, Barcelona, Spain 1990 Chris Couch, No. Lauderdale, FL 1989 Chris Couch, No. Lauderdale, FL 1988 Bobby Tracy, Miami, FL 1987 Peter Hedblom, Gaule, Sweden 1986 Kyle Jerome, Liberty, TX 1985 John Tighe, Lake Worth, FL 1984 Steve Termeer, Conroe, TX 1983 Tom Tolles, Jr., Cape Coral, FL 1982 Mike Vinnick, Pompano Beach, FL

72-72-73–217 73-71-70–214 68-75-70–213 74-71-72–217 65-66-70–201 69-72-72-213 72-71-67-210 67-71-70-208 72-69-70-211 68-72-72-212 71-73-69-213 70-69-71-210 71-68-71-210 70-70-72-212 73-66-73-212 68-69-71-208 66-69-74-212 71-67-70-208 71-66-74-211 71-73-73-217 70-69-139 72-70-74-216 69-69-74-212 70-71-75-216 73-65-75-213 73-70-73-216 68-70-74-212 71-68-74-213 68-75-81-224 69-74-70-213 69-70-72-211 74-74-74-222 73-73-146

AGES 14-15 2014 Esteban Missura – Quito, Ecuador 2013 Adrien Pendaries - Neuilly Sur Seine, France 2012 Jorge Villar - Howey In The Hills, FL 2011 Pierre Mazier, St. Raphael, France 2010 Franco Romero, Pereg, Argentina 2009 Frederik Hammer 2008 Stanislas Gautier, Paris, France 2007 Emiliano Grillo, Resistencia, Argentina 2006 Pedro Figueiredo, Qta De Conde, Portugal 2005 Sean Einhaus, Barker, Germany 2004 Diego Tamayo, Barquisimeto, Venezuela 2003 Minghao Wang, Shenzhen, China 2002 Jesus Legarrea, Navara, Spain 2001 Patrick Simard, Nueva Andalucia, Spain 2000 Martin Ureta, Wesley Chapel, FL 1999 Daniel Im, LaMirada, CA 1998 Matt Brooks, Mesa, AZ 1997 Leigh A. Silver, San Diego, CA 1996 Brett K. Johnson, Hilton Head, SC 1995 Kris Mikkelsen, Woodstock, GA 1994 Borja LaRoche, Boca Raton, FL 1993 Jose Garrida, Cali, Columbia 1992 Erik Ciotti, Barringon, IL 1991 Gilbert Morales, Caracas, Venezuela 1990 Jose Bird, Hato Rey, PR 1989 Chris Burr, Coral Springs, FL 1988 Frederic Duger, Boucau, France 1987 Chris Couch, No. Lauderdale, FL 1986 Bobby Tracy, Miami, FL 1985 Michael Malizia, Palm City, FL 1984 David Woliner, Brick, NJ

72-72-77–221 71-74-68–213 72-72-67–211 73-69-70–212 72-64-69–205 64-68-66-198 68-66-73-207 67-68-67-202 76-70-71-217 74-66-70-210 72-69-74-215 67-71-71-209 69-75-70-214 67-73-71-211 70-71-78-219 67-75-72-214 68-68-70-206 70-72-74-216 72-73-72-217 74-71-78-223 70-71-141 72-74-79-225 72-69-70-211 71-72-77-220 71-70-75-216 82-72-75-229 74-68-74-216 75-68-76-219 71-70-85-226 76-73-78-227 71-74-77-222

1983 Bryan Ward, Homestead, FL 1982 John Tighe, Lake Worth, FL

72-72-80-224 76-75-151

AGES 12-13 2014 Canon Claycomb – Bowling Green, KY USA 2013 Dimitri Mary – Icere, France 2012 Adrien Pendaries - N. Sur Seine, France 2011 Philip Barbaree, Shreveport, LA 2010 Philipp Matlari, Leimen, Germany 2009 Phillipp Matlari, Leimen, Germany 2008 Emil Sogaard, Ikast, Denmark 2007 Alexander Matlari, Leimen, Germany 2006 Lorens Chan, Honolulu, HI 2005 Curtis Thompson, Coral Springs, FL 2004 Julian Suri, St. Augustine, FL 2003 David Chung, Fayetteville, NC 2002 Drew Kittleson, Scottsdale, AZ 2001 Phillip Francis, Scottsdale, AZ 2000 Bronson Burgoon, The Woodlands, TX 1999 Chanin Puntawong, Bradenton, FL 1998 Matthew Cheezem, Miami, FL 1997 James A. Vargas, Miami, FL 1996 James Vargas, Miami, FL 1995 Andrew Hollis, Palm Bch Gdns, FL 1994 James Oh, Lakewood, CA 1993 Matthew Cohn, San Diego, CA 1992 Lucas Glover, Greenville, SC 1991 Robert Hooper, Coral Springs, FL 1990 Jay Cason, Brunswick, GA 1989 Jose Bird, Hato Rey, PR 1988 Carlos Velasquez, Pereira, Columbia 1987 Jason Walters, Memphis, TN 1986 Carl Ste. Marie, Lake City, FL 1985 Bobby Tracy, Miami, FL 1984 Bobby Tracy, Miami, FL 1983 Vincent Franze, Miami, FL

67-73–140 66-77–143 69-71–140 74-74–148 68-78–146 70-70-140 71-70-141 72-72-144 64-74-73-211 68-70-69-207 73-71-68-212 71-71-76-218 73-71-68-212 72-70-78-220 72-69-74-215 72-73-69-214 70-70-80-220 70-74-68-212 71-73-75-219 75-80-86-231 72-69-141 75-71-74-221 74-75-72-221 70-70-74-214 73-73-73-219 72-71-71-214 75-72-73-220 74-84-81-239 77-76-84-237 79-77-75-231 73-73-73-219 77-76-80-223

AGES 10-11 2014 Nicklas Staub – Boynton Beach, FL Germany 2013 Connery Meyer – Marietta, GA USA 2012 Rasmus Bofill - St. Lkeborg, Denmark 2011 Ahmed Ali, Pleasanton, CA 2010 Julien Paltrinieri, Casier, Italy 2009 Sully Zagerman, Windermere, FL 2008 Andy Zhang, Kissimmee, FL 2007 Domenico Geminiani, Bologna, Italy 2006 Nicolas Schrader, Cali, Colombia 2005 Lorens Chan, Honolulu, HI 2004 Ryan Simpson, Mechanicville, NY 2003 Austin Cody, N. Charleston, SC 2002 Corey Whitsett, Houston, TX 2001 Taylor Vogel, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 2000 Martin Bunt, Gulf Breeze, FL 1999 Philip Frances, Scottsdale, AZ 1998 Philip Francis, Scottsdale, AZ 1997 Adam R. Cohn, Binghamton, NY 1996 Ralph Bradbury, Jr., Little Rock, AR 1995 James Dickey, Miami Beach, FL 1994 Matthew Rosenfeld, Dallas, TX 1993 Matthew Rosenfeld, Dallas, TX 1992 Adam Fuchs, Plainview, NY 1991 Chis Rick, Milwaukee, OR 1990 Nicholas Loar, Rockwell, TX 1989 Nicholas Loar, Rockwell, TX 1988 Jamie Broce, Indianapolis, IN 1987 Michael Koulianos, Tarpon Spring, FL 1986 Carlos Velasquez, Pereira, Columbia

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72-73–145 65-77–142 73-74–147 77-73–150 71-72–143 73-73-146 70-67-137 66-71-137 76-70-146 69-68-137 71-70-141 68-71-139 72-72-144 74-71-145 35-35-70 41-38-79 54-56-110 56-59-115 59-54-113 57-54-111 56-58-114 60-58-118 59-53-112 59-58-112 60-55-115 54-62-116 62-59-121 55-54-109 60-58-118


1985 Chad Couch, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 1984 Chad Couch, Ft. Lauderdale, FL

60-66-132 61-55-116

AGES 8-9 2014 Justin Bjornson – Winnipeg, Canada 2013 Alex Heard – Boca Raton, FL USA 2012 Nicklas Staub - Boynton Beach, FL 2011 Nicklas Staub, Boynton Beach, FL 2010 Collier Curd, Bowling Green, KY 2009 Alejandro Madarlaga, Puebla, Mexico 2008 Julien Paltrinieri, Casier, Italy 2007 Jorge Villar, Puebla, Mexico 2006 Bernardo Curbelo, Boca Raton, FL 2005 Joshua Martin, Wilson, NC 2004 Domenico Geminiani, Bradenton, FL 2003 David Lee, Houston, TX 2002 Eloy Gonzalez, Laredo, TX 2001 Robert Chistie, Boynton Beach, FL 2000 Taylor Vogel, Plantation, FL 1999 Taylor Vogel, Plantation, FL 1998 Rory McIlroy, Hollywood, No. Ireland 1997 Phillip C. Francis, Scottsdale, AZ 1996 Justin M. Yoder, Versailles, MO 1995 Alfonso Collada, Mexico City, Mexico 1994 David Tiffenberg, St. Petersburg, FL 1993 James Dickey, Miami Beach, FL 1992 Ryan Blaum, Coral Gables, FL 1991 Brian Collins, Boca Raton, FL 1990 Mark Lounsbury, Taunton, MA 1989 Travis Stewart, Hialeah, FL 1988 Robbie Schulz, Miami, FL 1987 Will Snellings, Augusta, GA 1986 Will Garner, Augusta, GA (18 holes) 1985 Mark Phillips, Miami Lakes, FL (18 holes) 1984 Jacques Gilbert, Opa Locka, FL (18 holes)

32-35–67 30-33–63 30-33–63 28-35–63 35-35–70 33-33-66 33-34-67 30-35-65 33-36-69 34-29-63 29-28-57 32-27-59 31-27-58 31-30-61 26-30-56 32-28-60 28-26-54 29-29-58 32-29-61 29-31-59 29-32-61 27-31-58 28-27-55 31-33-64 34-29-63 27-32-59 33-30-63 26-30-56 64-62-126 84-83-167 69-64-133

AGES 7 AND UNDER 2014 Jessy Huebner – Miami Beach, FL USA 2013 Michael Nardone – West Palm Beach, FL USA 2012 Alejandro Fierro-Cd Del Carmen, Mexico 2011 Allan Kournikova, Palm Beach, FL 2010 Fernando Castillo, Monterrey, Mexico 2009 Jose Islas, Pachuca, Mexico 2008 Gavin Noble, Cartersville, GA 2007 Garrett Barber, Palm Beach, MD 2006 Jaramello Martin, Medelin, Colombia 2005 Russell Matos, Lombard, IL 2004 Gabriel Lench, Lake Mary, FL 2003 Tanner Owen, High Point, NC 2002 Jim Liu, Smithtown, NY 2001 Gerardo Benavides, Mexico City, Mexico 2000 Jackson Rue, Port Coquitland, BC, Canada 1999 Richard Meier, Coral Springs, FL 1998 Taylor Vogel, Davie FL 1997 Kenneth G. Leech, Boca Raton, FL 1996 Johnny DelPrete, Stuart, FL 1995 Brent Blaum, Coral Gables, FL 1994 Michael Buttacavoli, Miami Beach, FL 1993 Romney Rogers, Jr., Ft. Lauderdale, FL 1992 David Tiffenberg, St. Petersberg, FL 1991 Ty Tryon, Raleigh, NC 1990 Ryan Blaum, Coral Gables, FL 1989 Christopher Swon, Mendham, NJ

32-31–63 36-35–71 31-34–65 30-32–62 31-37–68 37-37-74 29-33-62 31-34-65 39-36-75 36-34-70 27-29-56 35-30-65 35-30-65 31-31-60 27-35-62 34-31-65 26-36-62 33-31-64 34-40-74 34-30-64 36-37-73 39-40-79 34-29-63 32-34-66 36-33-69 41-40-81



AGES 16-18 2014 Megan Khang – Rockland, MA USA 2013 Emily Pedersen – Smoerum, Denmark 2012 Emily Pedersen - Smoerum, Denmark 2011 Matilda Castren, Kauniainen, Finland 2010 Manuela Carbajo Re, Bs. As., Argentina 2009 Laetitia Beck, Bradenton, Israel 2008 Laura Escallon, La Julpe, Belgium 2007 Alexis Thompson, Coral Springs, FL 2006 Alexis Thompson, Coral Springs, FL 2005 Forentyna Parker, Hopstein, Germany 2004 Belen Mozo, Santa Maria, Spain 2003 Mallory Hetzel, Summerville, SC 2002 Paula Creamer, Bradenton, FL 2001 Carmen Alonso, Valladoio, Spain 2000 Niloufar Azam, St. Sulpice, Switzerland 1999 Martina Eberl, Wiesbaden, Germany 1998 Candie Kung, Fountain Valley, CA 1997 Elizabeth A. Bauer, Valrico, FL 1996 Grace Park, Phoenix, AZ 1995 Grace Park, Phoenix, AZ 1994 Cristie Kerr, Miami, FL 1993 Kelly Booth, Coto De Caza, CA 1992 Cristie Kerr, Miami, FL 1991 Erika Hayashida, Lima, Peru 1990 Barbara Paul, Clarksburg, NJ 1989 Estefanie Knuth, Barcelonia, Spain 1988 Sandrine Mendiburu, St. Jean DeLuz, France 1987 Mary Dunne, Lauderdale by the Sea, FL 1986 Michelle McGann, Rivera Beach, FL 1985 Lisa Nedoba, Plantation, FL 1984 Lisa Nedoba, Plantation, FL 1983 Tracy Kerdyk, Coral Gables, FL 1982 Kathy Hart, Miami Beach, FL

73-70-72–215 70-69-69–208 74-70-71–215 71-71-70–212 71-69-71–211 69-70-70-209 75-75-73-223 71-73-69-213 72-74-73-219 72-70-77-219 68-69-73-210 68-71-72-211 68-65-71-204 72-68-69-209 75-71-70-216 71-72-70-213 71-70-73-214 71-71-75-217 73-73-71-217 78-70-72-220 72-72-144 72-71-78-221 75-72-71-218 73-78-72-223 83-71-77-231 74-72-80-226 83-68-78-229 75-79-85-239 75-79-85-240 82-73-79-234 77-77-83-237 75-72-81-228 75-78-153

AGES 12-13 2014 Victoria Monod – Gland, Switzerland 2013 Ela Anacona – Buenos Aires, Argentina 2012 Sara Garcia Real - Malaga, Spain 2011 Anneke Strobach, Lima, Peru 2010 Megan Khang, Rockland, NY 2009 Reona Hirai, Sumerville, SC 2008 Samantha Wagner, Easton, PA 2007 Victoria Tanco, Buenos Aires, Argentina 2006 Victoria Tanco, Buenas Aires, Venezuela 2005 Hannah Yun, Bradenton, FL 2004 Michelle Shin, Cape Coral, FL 2003 Kristina Wong, Vestal, NY 2002 Carlotta Ciganda, Larrajnzar, Spain 2001 Kimberly Donovan, Hopkinton, MA 2000 Taylor Leon, Dallas, TX 1999 Jennie Lee, Huntington Beach, CA 1998 Aree Wongluekiet, Bradenton FL 1997 Kelly M. Husted, Sarasota, FL 1996 Kang Yeo-Jin, Seoul, Korea 7 1995 Lauren Grzebein, Saunderstown, IL 1994 Celeste Troche, Asuncion, Paraguay 1993 Rae Anna Staples, N. Miami Beach, FL 1992 Lauren Jeske, Tampa, FL 1991 Tachela Galvin, Las Palmas, Canary Islands 1990 Kelli Kuehne, Dallas, TX 1989 Kacie Myers, Venice, FL 1988 Ann Pohira, Winter Park, FL 1987 Tricia Hew, Miami, FL 1986 Shani Roth, Moreland Hills, FL 1985 Tonya Blosser, Naples, FL 1984 Mehling Gilbert, Opa Locka, FL 1983 Michelle McGann, Riviera Beach, FL 1982 Michelle McGann, Riviera Beach, FL

AGES 14-15 2014 Candice Mahe – Gourin, France 2013 Rino Sasaki – Huixquilucan, ES Mexico 2012 Cecilie Bofill - Silkeborg, Denmark 2011 Emily Pedersen, Smoerum, Denmark 2010 Natalia Forero, Cali, Colombia 2009 Delfina Acosta, Cte. N. Otamendi, Argentina 2008 Emilie Alonso, Roque Fort Les Pins, France 2007 Anna Arrese, Barcelona, Spain 2006 Christina Miller, Bradenton, FL 2005 Sally Watson, West Lothian, Scotland 2004 Marta Silva Zamora, Santiago, Spain 2003 Florentyna Parker, Kisdorf, Germany 2002 Ines Tusquets, Barcelona, Spain 2001 Maria Hernandez, Gorratz, Spain 2000 Kelly Froelich, Raizeux, France 1999 Maria Martinez, Maracaibo, Venezula 1998 Kelly Husted, Sarasota, FL 1997 Virada Nirapathpongporn, Bankok, Thailand 1996 Maria Garcia Estrada, Tacoronte, Spain 1995 Paula Marti, Barcelona, Spain 1994 Caroline Laurens, Cap D’Agde, France 1993 Natalia Marin, Pereira, Columbia 1992 Luisa Cuartas, Cali, Columbia 1991 Maria Pons, Madrid, Spain 1990 Kacie Myers, Venice, FL 1989 Tricia Hew, Miami, FL 1988 Tricia Hew, Miami, FL 1987 Sherry Messler, Williston, FL 1986 Mary Dunne, Lauderdale by the Sea, FL 1985 Michelle McGann, Riviera Beach, FL 1984 Michelle McGann, Riviera Beach, FL

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AGES 10-11 (EXECUTIVE COURSE) 18 HOLES 2014 Skylee Shin – Doral, FL USA 2013 Cordelia Lopez – Gorza Garcia, NL Mexico 2012 Brittany Shin - Cape Coral, FL 2011 Tanya Eathakotti, Miami, FL USA 2010 Andrea Gomez, Alvarado, Mexico 2009 Maria Otero, Cali, Colombia 2008 Megan Khang, Rockland, MA 2007 Viviana Vazquez, Monterrey, Mexico 2006 Carly Ray Goldstein, Coral Springs, FL 2005 Victoria Tanco, Buenas Aires, Argentina 2004 Mariah Stackhouse, Riverdale, GA 2003 Paloma Martinez, Monvlova, Mexico 2002 Jessica Schall, Make Mary, FL 2001 Kiara Hayashida, Lima, Peru 2000 Tessa Reachman, Webster, NY 1999 Morgan Pressell, Boca Raton, FL 1998 Taylor Leon, Dallas, TX 1997 Juliet Granada, Lambare, Paraquay 1996 Ana Grzebien, Saunderstown, RI 1995 Kelly Husted, Sarasota, FL 1994 Elizabeth Staples, N. Miami Beach, FL 1993 Natalie Rinehart, Jupiter, FL 1992 Celeste Troche, Asuncion, Paraguay 1991 Rae Anna Staples, N. Miami Beach, FL 1990 Rae Anna Staples, N. Miami Beach, FL 1989 Lauren Jeske, Tampa, FL 1988 Luisa Cuartas, Cali, Colombia 1987 Kacie Myers, Venice, FL 1986 Erin O’Neil, Zephyrhills, FL 1985 Tricia Hew, Miami, FL 1984 Brooke Grant, Pembroke Pines, FL

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GIRLS AGES 8-9 (EXECUTIVE COURSE) 9 HOLES 2014 Vanessa Borovilos – Ontario, Canada 2013 Alexa Pano – Lake Worth, FL USA 2012 Elle Nachmann – Boca Raton, FL 2012 Alexa Pano – Lake Worth, FL 2011 Annabell Fuller, Surrey, England 2010 Emilie Paltrinieri, Casier, Italy 2009 Naomi Mitchell, Norfolk, VA 2008 Valeria Pichardo, Veracruz, Mexico 2007 Abbey Carlson, New Lenox, IL 2006 Megan Khang, Abington, MA 2005 Yue Er Tang, Shen Zhen, China 2004 Alexis Thompson, Coral Springs, FL 2003 Alexis Thompson, Coral Springs, FL 2002 Aurora Kan, Boothwyn, PA 2001 Tanya Wadhwa, New Delhi, India 2000 Michelle Shin, Cape Coral, FL 1999 Alexandra Beulow, Palm City, FL 1998 Megan Rosenfeld, Plano, TX 1997 Maria P. Perez, Naucalpan, Mexico 1996 Erica Gonzalez, Cooper City, FL 1995 Pia Ostos, Mexico City, Mexico 1994 Alejandra Diaz-Calderon, Guadalajara, Mexico 1993 Kelly Husted, Osprey, FL 1992 Kristina Prestipino, Coral Springs, FL 1991 Natalie Rinehart, Jupiter, FL 1990 Sandy Shepherd, Coral Gables, FL 1989 Rae Anna Staples, Miami, FL 1988 Rae Anna Staples, Miami, FL 1987 Rae Anna Staples, Miami, FL 1986 Suzanne Young, Miami, FL 1985 Kari Young, Miami, FL 1984 Shannon Gross, Miami Springs, FL AGES 7 AND UNDER 2014 Morgan Rodriguez – Delray Beach, FL USA 2013 Sofia Temelo – San Luis Potosi, Mexico 2012 Chloe Kovelesky - Boca Raton, FL 2011 Alexa Pano, Lake Worth, FL 2010 Alexa Pano, Lakeworth, FL 2009 Elle Nachmann, Boca Raton, FL 2008 Sydney Hoskins, Orlando, FL 2007 Naomi Mitchell, Norfolk, VA 2006 Diana Veez, San Juan, Puerto Rico 2005 Claire Hodges, Wildwood, MO 2004 Jasmine Perkins, North Babylon, NY 2003 Marijosse Navarro, Altizapan, Mexico 2002 Alexis Thompson, Coral Springs, FL 2001 Marissa Kay, Boca Raton, FL 2000 Maria Maymon, Mexico City, Mexico 1999 Paloma Martinez, Guadalajara, Mexico 1998 Jordyn Hage, Amsterdam, NY 1997 Kelsey L. Vines, Austin, TX 1996 Diana Davis, Pembroke Pines, FL 1995 Jamie Kuhn, Miami, FL 1994 Jacqueline Dickey, Miami Beach, FL 1993 Rebecca Kuhn, Miami, FL 1992 Rebecca Kuhn, Miami, FL 1991 Elizabeth Staples, N. Miami Beach, FL 1990 Tina Miller, Miami, FL 1989 Michelle Meli, Ft. Lauderdale, FL

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The Courses

Blue Monster

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The Courses

Golden Palm

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The Courses


Red Tiger

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The Courses

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2014 Winners

2014 Boys & Girls 16-18 Champions

Ivan Ramirez Valendia Bucaramanga, Colombia

Megan Khang Rockland, MA - USA

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2014 Winners

Boys Winners (Left to Right):

Girls Winners

Boys Winners

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Boys 12-13 Winners (Left to Right): Canon Claycomb (1st), Juan Delgado Moore (2nd), Jude Kim (3rd), Melvin Morales (3rd)

Boys 10-11 Winners (Left to Right): Balthazar Duclos (2nd), Nicklas Staub (1st), Fernando Palacios (2nd)

Boys 8-9 Winners (Left to Right): Justin Bjornson (1st), Ricardo Velasquez (2nd), Jonathan Pollak (2nd), Sihan Sandhu (2nd)

Boys 7 & Under Winners (Left to Right): Tristan Wieland (2nd), Jessy Huebner (1st), Phillip Dunham (3rd)

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Boys & Girls

2014 Winners

Girls 12-13 Winners (Left to Right): Cordelia Lopez (2nd), Victoria Monod (1st), Annabell Fuller (3rd)

Girls 10-11 Winners (Left to Right): Skylee Shin (1st), Maria Ferrer (2nd), Yoko Tai (3rd), Claudia Alnajim (3rd)

Girls 8-9 Winners (Left to Right): Bailey Shoemaker (2nd), Vanessa Borovilos (1st), Avery Zweig (3rd)

Girls 7 & Under Winners (Left to Right): Madison Moman (2nd), Morgan Rodriguez (1st), and Maria Calleja Pineda (3rd)

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The Doral Publix Junior Golf

Classic Awards






2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989

Helen Dailey, Massachusetts Kari Bellville, Granger, IN Jaci Hamrick, Haleyville, AL Kira Kuhnert, Key Biscayne, FL Julia Digiovanni, Ontario, Canada Carina Cuculiza, Nicaragua Diana Davis, Miami, FL Tiffany Chung, Brandenton, FL Aliza Hanif, Miami, FL Kristen Billings, Wilmington, NC Joycelyn Dunn, Sebring, FL Annika Windon, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA Maggie Simons, Raleish, NC Erica Battle, Columbia, SC Kristina Prestipina, Coral Springs, FL Angela Rho, Fullerton, CA Caroline Stetler, Naples, FL Elizabeth Bauer, Valrico, FL Kerri DeHaven, Anderson, ID Susan Bankston, Albuquerque, NM Rheba Mabie, Marshfield, WI Rheba Mabie, Marshfield, WI Rheba Mabie, Marshfield, WI Rheba Mabie, Marshfield, WI Aurora Kirchner, Spring, TX Kimberly Huntley, Spring, TX

The Charles A. Pifer Volunteer of the Year Award

Is the premiere tournament for junior golf. Over 680 junior golfers from around the world participate in this tournament every year. These golfers represent almost every country in the world. Contestants not only have to be great golfers but they must demonstrate academic excellence in the classroom.

2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989

Juan J. Guerra Sanoja, Dom. Republic Patrick Bolton II, Miami Springs, FL Hayden Maroun, Moultonboro, NH Ryan Henry, Miami, FL Ryan Carter, Miami, FL Bodi Karsono, Gainesville, FL Stevens Billy, Venice, FL Jorge Guerra, Coral, FL Harrison Nowiak, Tampa, FL Mike Fekete, New Albany, OH Taylor Hayes, Coronado, CA Gregory Chu, Chula Vista, CA Barrett White, Tampa, FL Scott Squires, Coral Springs, FL Aaron P. Davis, Miami, FL Adam Squires, Coral Springs, FL Philip Giordano, Yorktown, NY Jody Kaplon, Temple Terrace, FL Timothy Deardourff, Gainesville, FL Mark Adamczyk, Naples, FL Andrew Mellon, Orlando, FL Mark Adamczyk, Naples, FL Erik Bertrand, Tampa, FL Erik Bertrand, Tampa, FL Joey Scott, Miami Lakes, FL Joey Scott, Miami Lakes, FL

2014 Schwartz Family 2013 John Williams 2012 JosĂŠ and Karina Diaz 2011 The Robert Martinez Family 2010 Dave and Alice Goodhart 2009 Carole Miller

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Testimonials Since 1962 the development of youth golf under the direction of Charlie DeLucca Jr. has evolved from a successful Dade Amateur Golf Association to the Nationally known First Tee Miami. Over the years the two associations produced a few professional golfers but more importantly through DAGA and The First Tee lives have been formed and affected by their association with this golf leadership. Below are some reflections of both young people and adults as too their personal growth through DAGA and The First Tee.

Andres Pumariega The summer of 6th grade I found golf clubs in the closet of a good friends house. My first thought was that golf was boring, easy, and for old people. Little did I know how much this day would influence the course of my life. As I began to involve myself in the game I was looking for guidance to move forward, in came The First Tee of Miami. The First Tee is where I would begin my journey in golf that has led me to where I am today. The First Tee was a constant presence in my life throughout my formative teenage years. Here, I would

learn the value of hard work, judgement, discipline, and many other life long characteristics instilled through the 9 core principles. It would even provide me the opportunity to be the first junior from The First Tee of Miami to play in the Champions Tour at Pebble Beach!

obstacles presented. Eventually, I found my way to George Washington University, where I could pursue a prestigious academic degree while playing golf.

I was able to experience this along with my mentor Charlie Pfieffer whom would pass away later that year, a memory I will have with me for the rest of my life. After graduating high school I earned a full scholarship to a Division 1 school in Georgia.

At GW I was fortunate enough to set the school individual win record with four wins, become a two time academic all american, and lead the team to it’s first ever conference championship. These are some of the accolades I am proud of, however, they pale in comparison to the invaluable foundation and life lessons garnered through my participation in The First Tee.

Though the opportunity was great, adversity was to come, and without the values and support gained through The First Tee I would not overcome the

Values, skills, memories and relationships skills that will undoubtedly serve to aid me throughout the course of my life as a professional, parent, and friend.

Stefano Diaz Participating in The First Tee has built pillars of value that have structured my life with great impact.

they have exposed me to extreme nerve-wracking situations where finding courage would take too much time...

Thanks to TFT, not only have I traveled to the most beautiful places and met beautiful people throughout the US,

Fortunately, due to those experiences, these situations have given me the confidence to

approach and communicate with people that others may normally fear. Like Mr. Trump for example. I have been blessed with growing up with the First Tee and strongly encourage others to participate as the program not only teaches valuable life lessons but you also learn how to play Golf!

Mike Stern Early in my life I had trouble focusing on what I needed to do to reach my goals. Through the First Tee my values and goals were re-defined to give me opportunities for success.

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Ricky Escobar The First Tee Miami - DAGA has taught me to be honest since an early age which I exercise on a daily basis as an accountant.

Testimonials Julie Steinbauer I am currently a junior at Rollins College, on the varsity golf team. I originally thought that the First Tee would only help me as a junior golfer, but I find myself using the lessons I learned there, and reflecting on my wonderful experiences there every day. Throughout the time I was involved as a junior golfer, I was given so many great opportunities. I attended the First Tee PLAYer’s academy in 2011, held at University of Richmond that year, where I made long lasting friendships. I keep in contact with a few people from that academy, as our paths have crossed again in college golf. Additionally, I was able to go to the Nature Valley First Tee Open at Pebble Beach in

2012, which is one of my fondest memories from junior golf. It put me on a stage I had never been on before, let me experience the most beautiful golf course in the United States, and it was a trip my whole family enjoyed together. These opportunities, among others, and the instruction I got at the First Tee was immensely helpful for my golf game and helped me obtain a golf scholarship to Rollins. The lessons outside of golf I learned at the First Tee, though, are what I use most in my daily life. At Rollins I am not only a member of the #1 ranked varsity team in the nation among Division 2, but I am also a peer mentor for a class of 20 freshmen, the philanthropy chair of my sorority, and I maintain a 3.5 GPA.

The lessons the First Tee always gave me about time management, which was rooted in their values of responsibility, confidence and judgment, has made me be able to be successful at all of these activities. Through the values of courtesy, integrity and respect the First Tee always reminded me of how lucky I am to be in my position, and to help those who are not. This has inspired my active involvement of service and community involvement in college. Additionally, I was injured my sophomore year of college and the value of perseverance really helped me through that. I had never been out of golf for quite that long before, and the Life Skills and Core Values really helped me cope with this. Although, the First Tee gave me so much as a junior golfer, the real impact I see from the program is in my life as a First Tee graduate.

Oscar Cabanas As a young kid of only 4 years I joined the First Tee because I loved golf. Little did I know the First Tee would do so much more for me than teach me about golf. The First Tee instilled in me the 9 core values that I’ve taken with me from the First Tee and applied to every part of my life from my schooling to my relationships with family and friends. From a young age the First Tee shaped me to be the man I am today. I owe a lot to the First Tee.

I have been given many opportunities to meet people and go places that I wouldn’t have been able to go otherwise. I believe that the First Tee is a special organization that helps a young person grow up, and as I’ve learned, it is an organization that installs values that stay with a young person for the rest of their lives.

Patti Rizzo DAGA (Dade Amateur Golf Association) was where it all began for me. I was young and athletic but did not know what sport I liked best. When I was about 15 years old, I was talked into playing in a junior golf tournament run by DAGA . I participated just for the challenge. I had only played golf maybe 5 times before that. Needless to say, I finished last, but it was at that Junior

tournament that I realized how much fun golf could be. From that point forward, I quit playing almost all other sports and began to focus on golf. Long story short…it was my destiny! Thanks to Charlie Delucca Sr and the DAGA staff , golf was fun, challenging and a joy to play. Along with learning the how to play golf, DAGA made me a better person all around. I learned honesty, integrity, commitment, and respect. Thank you DAGA and First Tee for all you do for junior golf!!!!

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Testimonials Playing the Doral Publix Junior Golf Tournament is something amazing for me. Competing against players from all around de world is an experience that I never lived and I would love to have. The fact of playing with these kind of players excites me a lot and encourages me to play.

Facundo Boquete the coaches can know me. This gives an additional interest for me. My dream is to do the two things I love the most at the same time, studying engineering and competing in the highest level I can in golf.

In addition, this tournament is a huge step to reach my dream. I have always wanted to study in a US University and playing this tournament is a great opportunity for me because

In Argentina, universities do not provide the opportunity of improving and competing in a high level of golf. Therefore, I thought that the American system was the one to achieve my dream.

Rebecca Kuhn Butler I first picked up a golf club at three years old when my sister and I attended Saturday morning clinics at Melreese Golf course, with DAGA. I am not sure where I would be without DAGA’s professional team who helped my progression through junior golf. I was

able to complete and find success on each level of competition. Through this process I realized my dream to play college golf and now work in the golf industry. Not only did DAGA help my reach my athletics goals but, helped me grow as a person instilling lasting values that will always be with me. Thank you DAGA!

Tina Miller Lloyd Growing up in the First Tee program helped to shape me into the person I am today. First Tee and the game of golf opened me up to so many opportunities and gave me the life skills that I now use today. Playing

in the First Tee allowed me to gain a golf scholarship to the University of Miami where I excelled on the golf course as well as in the classroom. Being a leader on and off the course easily allowed me to transition

into my career of marketing where I am now Social Media Marketing Manager for HSN. It is the tenacity as an athlete that I use in meetings daily to show my never give up attitude. It was the First Tee that instilled the core values in me and the game of golf that gave me integrity in all that I do.

Timothy Briand Let’s try this: I still find myself telling stories to family members, friends, and peers about my days navigating the green, red, gold, white, and blue courses at Doral during the Doral Publix Jr Golf Classic.

Many of the friends I made there over the years are still friends more than 20 years later. The influence this tournament, and the DeLucca family has had in junior golf can’t be overstated. It’s rather amazing to think of how many relationships have been made and restrengthened through this event over the years.

Jay Cooper DAGA, what a great time! What a fun time! Every Monday meeting new people and playing new golf courses and enjoying new challenges. DAGA taught me sportsmanship,respect,rules of the game, integrity and perseverance. DAGA has led me to play amateur, collegiate and professional golf all around the world.

DAGA helped me become the person I’m in forming life long friendships. DAGA was a contributing factor to my success as a golf Professional.

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Testimonials James Vargas Growing up in Miami and being a part of the Dade Amateur Golf Association was very influential in my development as a golfer. DAGA provided me with the ability to

enjoy the great game of golf and test my skills in a competitive setting. One of its biggest impacts was teaching me about respect for the game and the importance of the rules. Learning discipline early played a big factor in the way I lead my life today. I recently completed my degree at the

University of Florida and going back to school after nine years is one of the greatest accomplishments of my life. I’m very happy to be continuing my golf career on the PGATOUR LatinoAmerica and love the travel. As my golf journey progresses, I am still able to look back on my days playing DAGA for memories of home and a great beginning.

John Pallot I recall my DAGA days with fond memories. In my time, each local course had their own team. I played on the Biltmore Golf Course team with pride. The camaraderie, competition, challenge, meeting other golfers and working together to be the winning team each week was something I relished. Charlie DeLucca and Charlie Pifer were always there to make sure everything ran

smoothly. The First Tee wasn’t around back then, but in the spirit of competition most of us learned about perseverance, honesty,confidence,respect, courtesy,sportsmanship, judgement and integrity: all characteristics The First Tee now teaches. Charlie and Charlie made sure the traditions of the game were upheld and sportsmanship was essential win or lose. Even today,as a PGA pro, I owe a lot of what I’ve become to DAGA. Thank you Charlie!!

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Carlos Velez’s long golf journey – from First Tee of Miami as a young kid to aspiring professional and PGA Tour caddie -- has taken many roads and he has enjoyed each journey. Photo by Bill Van Smith



n a quest to become a successful professional golfer, Carlos Velez has spent much of his life involved in a myriad of jobs that keep him immersed in the sport he so much loves.

His first golf job came at age 15, working at Miccosukee Golf & Country Club in southern Miami-Dade County. Velez cleaned carts and labored on the range. And, c’mon Mr. Average Golfers, you know what you can’t resist doing when practicing on the range. Admit it, you test your accuracy by aiming your shots at that vehicle with the mesh cage as they clean up all those loose practice balls.

Just remember, that might have been young Carlos or some other poor soul in that vehicle. At Miccosukee, Velez went on to jobs that included cleaning up and working on the golf carts, working the front desk, going on the course and picking up fallen branches, etc., working as an assistant teaching pro, and even filling in as the acting general manager. He also has taken a swing – literally – as a touring PGA professional, playing on the PGA’s Latinoamerica Tour. For Velez, there have been many jobs with many different skill sets, but they have always come back to that love of his -- golf.

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Of all the golf jobs Velez has held, which was the most difficult for him? “Playing golf and trying to make a living that way,” he said. And which was the most enjoyable of his golf jobs? “Playing golf and trying to make a living that way,” he repeated with a smile. Now, at age 27, all of Velez’s aforementioned jobs have built a solid foundation – similar to a good golf stance – for his current status. After 10 years at Miccosukee, Velez currently is a teaching pro at Melreese Country Club, and has landed yet another golf job. That latest endeavor comes with a bonus, getting Velez on the PGA Tour -- not as a player, but as a caddie. In the past several months, Velez has been carrying the bag for successful PGA Tour player Erik Compton. That pairing of Velez and Compton seems to be a natural. Compton, 35 and a Miami Palmetto High graduate, was born and raised in Miami, and Velez moved from Colombia to Miami when he was 9-years-old and played at Braddock High (three-time first-team All-Dade and one-time Miami-Dade Player of the Year). Of his relationship with Compton, Velez said, “It has been great, and I think it helps that we’re both from Miami.” Compton quickly agreed. “The fact that we both grew up in Miami is something good that we have in common.” Another area Velez and Compton have in common is their interest in helping kids learn golf and the ethical and moral values that come attached to the game. Erik Compton eyes an iron shot at the Honda Classic. Photo by Bill Van Smith

Why? Because both of them, as they grew up in Miami, had people do the same for them.

They were both part of The First Tee of Miami program at Melreese with the well-known DeLuccas – father Charlie Jr. and son Charlie III – along with many others teaching them not only golf but also how to be good people. Velez and Compton both grew up under the nurturing of the DeLuccas and The First Tee, and they feel the least they can do is give back by treating and helping kids the way they were

treated and helped not too many years ago. In addition, Compton, with his well-known story of receiving heart transplants at ages 12 and 28, gives back with his annual tournament at Melreese to benefit transplant research. Helping kids has been going on for a long time for Velez and Compton, but the new twist for Velez is the job of caddying for Compton. “It’s a good team,” Compton said, explaining how his former caddie had to leave because of health issues. “We’ve done well together. “I needed somebody I could take on the road with me and have fun with and rely upon, and that was Carlos,” Compton said. In an interview after making his first PGA Tour hole-inone in this year’s Canadian Open, Compton mentioned Velez, not calling him by name or as his caddie, but simply referring to him as “my friend.”

The bond had been formed.

Velez has been having a great time in his new job slinging Compton’s golf bag over his shoulder, but realizes, “I’m fairly new to this job, but I think I have gained more and more of Erik’s trust. He knows I’ve been out there and played professional golf. “I’m not going to be the know-it-all,” he continued. “I want to wait until he tells me what he wants. It’s a learning process. I have to think in his eyes, not in my eyes.” Time is becoming a factor, but Velez has not totally given up on the possibility and dream of joining Compton as a PGA player. After all, several years back, Velez and Compton were paired in a round of the Nationwide Tour’s (now Tour) Miccosukee Championship, an event that no longer exists. Growing up in Miami, Velez did not have lots of money, and he credits his father for giving him the opportunity to play golf. “I could not afford to play much golf,” he said, “but my dad did everything so I could. He delivered pizzas, he worked night security shifts at the airport. He plain and simple did everything.” The caddying gig with Compton is giving Velez an upfront view of life on the PGA Tour. So, Carlos, with Compton at center stage hitting the shots while you stand in the background with the bag, is there any envy? “No,” Velez said definitively, “He knows I’m a big fan of his and that I’m doing everything I can to help him. “It has been fun – lots of fun.” Story reprinted courtesy of The Tee Times.

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bringing it to the next level with its expertise and resources. it has continued to be a premiere event for the city. DAGA under the leadership of The De Lucca Family has been instrumental in being an agent of relentless support and advocacy for our programs for persons with disabilities. So much so, that the City of Miami on October 12, 2001 inaugurated the Sandra DeLucca Developmental Center which is the only facility of its kind in the City of Miami that’s dedicated exclusively to operate all of the programs for persons with disabilities throughout South Florida. in December 2015 we will celebrate 25 years of fundraising success as well over $1,000,000 has been raised towards providing quality programming, goods and services to all the individuals with developmental disabilities that participate in the center. Throughout the years the funds raised have purchased vehicles, materials, supplies, furnishings, field trips and it also underwrites and sponsors special events and has directly procured the operation of our summer camp and GET FiT program. These recreation and sports programs have brought the art of fitness training to youngsters with developmental disabilities to an award winning level. in 2014 our GET FiT Softball Team represented Special Olympics Florida in the Special Olympics national Games in Princeton, nJ where our team won the national Silver Medal. The Sandra De Lucca Developmental Center’s success would not have been possible without the dedication and commitment of the DeLucca Family and DAGA’s unyielding commitment to Miami’s children and adults with physical and developmental challenges. A quarter century of love and devotion to making life a little better for those who need it the most and are often forgotten. To another 25 years of this successful partnership!


ExEcutivE coMMittEE Sergio Barrera Blake Burman Bob Burlington Honorable Michael Hanzman Orlando “El Duque” Hernandez Jose infante Steve Kandell Eddie LaCasa Andy Miguel John Reed Michael Wohl tourNAMENt DirEctorS Charlie DeLucca, Jr. Charlie DeLucca iii Joel Furnari Dave Goodhart Marcia Spevak Breiter tourNAMENt coMMittEE nadia Arguelles-Goicoechea Ed Carbone Barry Davis Lara de Souza

GOALS AnD OBJECTiVES • Provide leisure, educational, cultural and physical activities. • Ensure the well being and safety of the population that is served and maximize their self-sufficiency. • improve participant’s outcomes and service quality and ensure their well being and safety through the programs that are provided. • Serve our participants by focusing on their individual needs and choices.

Patricio De Torres Amanda D. Fiallo Steve Grimes Maury Joseph Kevin M. Kirwin Richard Kuper Mario Lignarolo Ken Linville Chief Rodolfo Llanes Carole Miller John Moscoso Dr. Robert E. Pickard Alan Poms Adine M. Sadin Freddy Tamparo Patricia Williams tourNAMENt coMMittEE EMErituS Elizabeth Babun Matos Ernest W. Burkeen, Jr. Juan Pascual Kevin C. Smith


Friday, December 4th, 2015 Schedule of Events 10:30 - 11:30 AM: Registration & Lunch 10:30 AM: Silent Auction open throughout event 12 Noon: Shotgun Scramble Start 5 PM: Awards & Reception

Coffey Burlington and The Alfred Wohl Foundation Benefitting: City of Miami Programs for Persons with Disabilities Sandra DeLucca Developmental Center

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PArtnershiP The Dade Amateur Golf Association (DAGA) was founded in 1963 and has been instrumental in the continuing development of junior golf in South Florida. Through various programming and fundraising activities DAGA has been an agent of support and positive change for the entire community which has impacted all individuals including those with and without disabilities. DAGA began working directly with Special Olympics in 1991 to bring golf to the world of individuals with developmental disabilities. Annually, they host 2,916 athletes with disabilities throughout Miami Dade County. in 1990, the City of Miami Programs for Persons with Disabilities coordinated and implemented the inaugural Edward James Olmos Golf Classic which was later known as the City of Miami Golf Classic, to raise money for its programs. From its inception DAGA participated (and won the first year) in the tournament which was held at the Miami Springs Country Club and assisted the program with its fundraising effort. in 1994, DAGA became the driving force and spearheaded the organizing, fundraising, logistics and operations of the Golf Tournament for the City of Miami. This meant a significant milestone for this grassroots fundraiser bringing it to the next level with its expertise and resources. it has continued to be a premiere event for the city. DAGA under the leadership of The De Lucca Family has been instrumental in being an agent of relentless support and advocacy for our programs for persons with disabilities. So much so, that the City of Miami on October 12, 2001 inaugurated the Sandra DeLucca Developmental Center which is the only facility of its kind in the City of Miami that’s dedicated exclusively to operate all of the programs for persons with disabilities throughout South Florida. in December 2015 we will celebrate 25 years of fundraising success as well over $1,000,000 has been raised towards providing quality programming, goods and services to all the individuals with developmental disabilities that participate in the center. Throughout the years the funds raised have purchased vehicles, materials, supplies, furnishings, field trips and it also underwrites and sponsors special events and has directly procured the operation of our summer camp and GET FiT program. These recreation and sports programs have brought the art of fitness training to youngsters with developmental disabilities to an award winning level. in 2014 our GET FiT Softball Team represented Special Olympics Florida in the Special Olympics national Games in Princeton, nJ where our team won the national Silver Medal. The Sandra De Lucca Developmental Center’s success would not have been possible without the dedication and commitment of the DeLucca Family and DAGA’s unyielding commitment to Miami’s children and adults with physical and developmental challenges. A quarter century of love and devotion to making life a little better for those who need it the most and are often forgotten. To another 25 years of this successful partnership!

ExEcutivE coMMittEE Sergio Barrera Blake Burman Bob Burlington Honorable Michael Hanzman Orlando “El Duque” Hernandez

City of Miami


delucca Developmental Center

The Sandra DeLucca Developmental Center (SDDC) complies with Federal and State Laws and Regulations that govern the care of individuals with developmental disabilities, as well as, the City of Miami’s, Department of Parks and Recreation, the Agency for Persons with Disabilities (APD), Department of Education, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, the Social Security Administration’s Ticket to Work, and the DELMARVA Foundation which is the monitoring agency for APD.

MiSSiOn Our mission is to provide persons with intellectual and physical challenges equal access to community-based recreational, leisure, and cultural activities and to enhance their quality of life and inspire confidence, build self-esteem and foster independence.

GOALS AnD OBJECTiVES • Provide leisure, educational, cultural and physical activities. • Ensure the well being and safety of the population that is served and maximize their self-sufficiency. • improve participant’s outcomes and service quality and ensure their well being and safety through the programs that are provided. • Serve our participants by focusing on their individual needs and choices.

Patricio De Torres Amanda D. Fiallo Steve Grimes Maury Joseph 34th Kevin M.Annual Kirwin Doral Publix Junior Golf Classic - 2015 - Richard Kuper

International Links Miami Melreese Country Club If you are from out of town or a local golfer looking for the perfect golf destination, which is reasonably priced, we have it here at International Links Melreese Country Club. Charlie DeLucca III & Charles DeLucca Jr. Director of Golf President

John Reed Director of Operations

Dick McNeill Head Golf Professional

Lance McLean Greens Superintendent

Located in an area that provides easy access to the Miami International airport and many local attractions, we can boost about our excellent amenities. Eighteen holes of challenging championship golf, a first class driving range, our beautiful restaurant serving local

favorites, meeting rooms, putting greens and our world class PGA golf instructors. During the summer months of 2014 the International Links at Melreese Country Club underwent a 3 million dollar renovation. We installed certified Tifeagle grass on all of the greens and put the greens back to their original size in excess of 7000 square feet giving us the largest and most undulated putting surfaces in South Florida.

Miami's Melreese leads Golf Advisor's top 20 courses during second quarter of 2015 All of the sand traps, greenside and fairway, were cleaned out, new drainage installed and filled with USGA speculation J Angle Tour sand.

chef Marvin Urbina was hired to create an upscale menu that will range from breakfast through lunch and culminated with early dinner specialties.

We installed certified Sea Isle 1 Paspalum grass on tee top, fairways, collars and approaches giving us a plush playing surface. In addition to our facilities, the club is the home of both Dade Amateur Golf (DAGA) and the First Tee Miami.

How does grilled salmon in saffron cream sauce with diced scallops and micro greens sound or would you like tender short ribs in demi-glace on garlic mashed potatoes.

DAGA sponsors the youth summer series and both Amateur and Senior Championship tournaments. The First Tee Miami provides junior golf clinics for boys and girls of all age levels teaching them both golf and the core values and healthy habits that sets this youth program apart from most. This year we welcome the Orange Bowl committee as the presenting sponsor of the world renowned Doral-Publix Junior Golf Classic. In addition the Orange Bowl has provided dollars for the First Tee to develop an elite golf program for girls called “ Drive for Excellence�. In our restaurant our Nicaraguan born

Tarte tatin makes for a sweet finish at this gem of a restaurant located near Miami International airport.

Joel Furnari Marketing Director

The team at International Links Melreese Country Club is led by Managing Partner Charlie DeLucca Jr. Director of Golf, Charlie DeLucca III, Director of Operations John Reed, Administrator Joel Furnari, Chef Marvin Urbina, Superintendent Lance McLean and Social media specialist Carole Miller. In our pro shop you can find the likes of Mike Stern, Carlos Velez, Stephen Stern, Joey Vega and Dick McNeal ready to meet your every need. When you are hungry our dining room team of Oscar, Frank, Jazmin and Ilissa will make your dining experience special.

International Links Miami - Melreese Country Club

1802 NW 37 Avenue, Miami - Florida 33125 Phone: 305-633-4583

Marvin Urbina Chef

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Miami lawyer Randy A. Bryant has served clients in South Florida since 1998. The areas of law in which he works - personal injury, wills and trusts, probate administration & litigation, and guardianships - potentially involve emotions, injury, family and finances. Attorney Bryant handles personal injury and wrongful death claims, probate litigation concerns, elder abuse recovery matters, will contests, and more. Attorney Bryant serves as a guide to his clients. He is responsive, timely and accessible. He helps clients to understand their rights and responsibilities, and helps them navigate through very difficult times affordably and compassionately. The majority of clients come through referrals from past or current clients. Attorney Bryant is known throughout the area as an advocate who gives his full attention to each individual matter.


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The best fitting

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Fundraising Tournament

for the First Tee Miami Feburary 28, 2016 For more information please contact Joel Furnari:


Erik and his First Tee Family

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34th Annual Doral Publix Junior Golf Classic - 2015 -

The First Tee Miami-Dade Amateur Golf Association providing services to all children regardless of socio-economic levels and additional support for The Sandra DeLucca Developmental Center, Miami-Dade County Public Schools.





Alfred Wohl Foundation Angel Gonzalez Cadillac World Golf Championships City of Miami Golf Capital of the World License Plate Nat Moore Foundation PGA Tour, Inc. Publix Supermarket Charities Sports and Exhibition Authority Sunshine Gasoline-Max Alvarez World Golf Foundation

Harvey Chaplin Ronald Book PA Ryder System Daniel Baumgard Rex & Beryl Hamilton Glenn Rozansky Pinnacle Housing Group Sally Goldman Foundation Walmart Cesar's Golf Shop LLC Baumgard Real Estate Management Lawrence & Lynn Tornek Florida Economics Consulting Group Thornton, Davis & Fein Michael Aronsohn & Penny Tannebaum South Florida PES, Inc. Bank United Stewart Applerouth Gus Machado Family Foundation Community Bank Bruce M. Keir National Philanthropic Trust PGA South Florida Section Gus Machado Family Foundation James Hause

World Golf Foundation Winners Award Group Rotary Club of Coral Gables Richard L. Kaye Richard P. Russ Robert A. Stone Alan Rosenthal Hernia Institute of Florida Adam Carlin Tony Rodriguez Jose & Lana Katz The Brunetti Foundation Professional Course Management James Hauser Paul Cummings Jose Cabrera Jeff & Rebecca Mandler Donald Bercu CC1 Companies LLC Cahlin & Associates Freidin & Dobrinsky, PA Cesar's Golf Shop LLC

Alexandra & Patrick Irons Amelia Frances Stringer Anthony & Joyce DeLucca Betty & William Weeks Charles Dusseau Decima Investments Eleut Hernandez Evelys & Orlando Cruz Florida Money Group, Inc Georgia Ann Lue Horta and Santos Invest. Corp Janet Bell-Taylor John & Mary Lou Francisco Jose infante Jr. Joseph & Lisa Lomonaco Leisha John Lilia Gonzalez Maritza Cura Marshall Pasternack Nunez Construction Inc Orlando Cruz Panache Trading Company Pedro Martinez Fonts Ronald & Patricia Gorland Sherry Ann Woods Sue Meyers Mole Tomas & Mercy Mesa Tony Argiz ZMG Media, Inc

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Miami International Footgolf Classic Sponsorship Opportunities Kick off your weekend with an exceptional day of fun at the Fourth Annual Miami International Footgolf Classic benefiting the First Tee Miami. The proceeds for this event will go towards impacting the lives of young people by providing learning facilities and educational programs that promote character development and lifeenhancing values.

The Event:

The tournament will take place on September 1012, 2016 at International Links Melreese Country Club. Registration begins at noon with a shotgun start at 1PM. Tournament ending dinner will take place for all participants al 6PM on the final day.

For a free physician referral, call 786-308-2888.





A drive to support others makes the game worthwhile.

That’s why we’re proud to support those making a positive difference for others.

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F E AT U R I N G F O U R B R A N D N E W C H A M P I O N S H I P C O U R S E S Home of the L eg e ndar y “Blue Mon ster” G olf C ours e T E N M I N U T E S F R O M M I A M I I N T E R N AT I O N A L A I R P O R T •

800 Acres in the Heart of Miami

643 Expansive Guest Rooms and Suites

Premier dining experiences - BLT Prime, A Modern American Steakhouse and Champions Bar & Grill, an upscale American Grill

Brand New Driving Range with State of the Art LED Lighting, Open until Midnight

The Jim McLean Golf School – America’s #1 Golf Academy

TaylorMade® Performance Lab

Home of the World Golf Championships Cadillac Championship

R E S E RV E T H E C HA M P I O N S H I P G O L F PAC K AG E O F F E R I N G DA I LY R O O M , B R E A K FA S T, R O U N D O F G O L F, C O M P R E P L AY A N D M O R E , S TA RT I N G AT $ 3 7 0 T RU M P NAT I O NA L D O R A L . C O M | 8 0 0 . 7 1 3 . 6 7 2 5 Valid through December 31, 2015 at Trump National Doral. Certain restrictions and blackout dates apply. Price listed is per person per night, based on double occupancy and subject to state and local taxes. A per room per night hotel resort fee of $20 plus taxes will be applied to each guest room upon check-in. A $195 or $225 surcharge to play the Blue Monster, per person applies, exclusive of caddie experience and taxes. Replays are based on availability and must be booked on the same day of play. A cart fee of $30 plus tax applies for each player.

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