Waynesboro, VA- The Peggy Kirk Bell Girls’ Golf Tour traveled back to Orchard Creek Golf Club in Waynesboro, VA for the second-ever Kandi Comer Girls Classic presented by River City Collective. Orchard Creek Golf Club, set below the rolling Blue Ridge Mountains, is home to one of the most respected teaching professionals on the East Coast. River City Collective and the PKBGT are proud to name this special event in honor of Kandi Comer, PGA.
Two Virginia natives take the day one lead at the Kandi Comer Girls Classic. Elsie MacCleery (Crozet, VA 2025) made the highest number of birdies today with 4. MacCleery tied with Amber Mackiewicz (Virginia Beach, VA 2023) for first with 76 (+4). Joining MacCleery and Mackiewicz in the final pairing is senior Gabbie Hollberg (Moseley, VA 2022) at 78 (+6). On another amazing note, Mckenzie Weddle scored the only eagle today!
T1. Elsie MacCleery (Crozet, VA 2025) / 76 (+4)
T1. Amber Mackiewicz (Virginia Beach, VA 2023) / 76 (+4)
3. Gabbie Hollberg (Moseley, VA 2022) / 78 (+6)
A local takes the lead in the Futures National division at Orchard Creek Golf Course. Kennedy MacCleery (Crozet, VA 2027) fired an opening-round 72 (E) to lead by four over Addison Ritter (Crozet, VA 2025). Joining MacCleery and Ritter will be Lily Hollberg (Moseley, VA 2025), who is currently tied for third at 81 (+9) with Danielle Kenny (Glen Allen, VA 2024). Both MacCleery and Hollberg hold the same position as their older sisters who are in the Bell division!
1. Kennedy MacCleery (Crozet, VA 2027) / 72 (E)
2. Addison Ritter (Crozet, VA 2025) / 76 (+4)
T3. Lily Hollberg (Charlottesville, VA 2025) / 81 (+9)
T3. Danielle Kenny (Charlottesville, VA 2025) / 81 (+9)
Follow the final round at the Kandi Comer Girls Classic.
About the PKBGT
Founded in 2007 by Girls Golf of America, a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization, a local girls’ golf tour in the Triad region of North Carolina. The tour began as a simple concept: create more effective competitive playing opportunities for girls. By utilizing innovative yardage-based divisions instead of the traditional age-based format, the tour focused on developing tournament experience at the player’s pace. The 2021-2022 season will feature over 110 tournaments in 9 states on the East Coast, and with over 1,000 members, the PKBGT is the largest girl’s only tour in the country. Learn more about the PKBGT at http://www.pkbgt.org/.
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