KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Dubs Dread Golf Club hosted the final regular season event of the 2015 Kansas City Junior Tour on Monday, August 3.

Dubs Dread, once the longest golf course in America, is known for its length, series of lakes and tree-lined fairways that lead to tight approach shots as the junior golfers were split into five divisions.

Jamie Busha led the boys 16 and up division as he posted 76 (+4), including two birdies on the day. Three-strokes behind Busha was a four-way tie for second place between James O’Connor, Matthew Scharff, Dawson Schroeder and Ben Hadden as they all fired 79 (+7).

It was a tight finish in the boys 13 to 15 division as Andy Scholz edged Garrett Clark to claim the victory. Scholz posted a 78 (+6), including one birdie on the day, as Clark fired 79 (+7). Matthew Snyder finished third, posting an 80 (+8).

Brianna Walker controlled the girls 16 and up division as she fired an 84 (+12), five strokes ahead of the runner-up Madyson Acers at 89. In third place was Meg Green at 97. Faith Hedges won the girls 13 to 15 division as she posted 92.

The prep division played the front nine as Will Hedges dominated the field posting 45 (+9). Five-strokes behind Hedges was the runner-up Michael Chong who fired a 50 (+14).

The Kansas City Junior Tour Championship is on August 10 at Shadow Glen Golf Club.

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