HILTON HEAD, SC (Feb. 5, 2023) – Final round results of the 32nd Sea Pines Junior Heritage hosted by Sea Pines - Atlantic Dunes and Harbour Town Golf Links in Hilton Head, SC, on Sunday, February 5, 2023.


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Today at Harbour Town Golf Links, John Daniel Culbreth of Thomasville, GA, posted a final round score of two-under par 69 to claim the title in the boys division. He had three birdies today and finished the tournament with an overall score of four-under par 139.


“I started off hitting the ball pretty good,” Culbreth said. “I had some good up and downs which kind of made things a little easier. It feels good to be the champion. It was a long two days so this is a really good feeling, and this win gives me a lot of confidence that I can close out a tournament.”


Davis Wotnosky of Wake Forest, NC, and Carson Bertagnole of Pinehurst, NC, each finished the tournament with an overall score of one-under par 142 to tie for second place in the boys division.


Mary Miller of Savannah, GA, finished the tournament with an overall score of two-under par 141 to be crowned champion of the girls division. She had two birdies today and posted a final round score of one-over par 72 to take home the title.


“I started off hitting it well,” Miller said. “It was exciting going into the back-nine because Madison and I were kind of going back and forth and I am just really happy to be the champion. The win hasn’t really hit yet, but I know it will tonight. This boosts my confidence a lot and it’s great to start off the year with a win.”


Madison Messimer of Myrtle Beach finished the tournament at four-over par 147 overall to take second place in the girls division.


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The purpose of the South Carolina Junior Golf Association is to continue the history and traditions of the ancient game of golf through its members and an active outreach to the youth of our state.   Established in 1990 by community leaders with a love for the game and a commitment to passing on golf’s heritage to the youth of South Carolina, the SCJGA is committed to meeting the needs of all young people in the state and providing playing opportunities to boys and girls that might not otherwise have the chance to experience golf and its many benefits. Through affordable opportunities of play, instruction and competition, juniors of all ages, walks of life and skill levels will be touched by the character of the game. It helps to teach them honor, sportsmanship and respect and makes them better prepared to face the challenges ahead in life.


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