Recap: North Carolina Series Open at Forest Oaks

Between Saturday, May 21st, and Sunday, May 22nd, the Peggy Kirk Bell Girls’ Golf Tour played two rounds in the fourth North Carolina Series event at Forest Oaks Country Club in Greensboro, NC.

This weekend’s sunny and breezy weather was the perfect setting for the players to get in two great rounds of golf! Tee times for the first round of the North Carolina Series at Forest Oaks were set to commence at 11:00 AM off of Hole #1 on Saturday, May 21st. The second round’s tee times were to begin at 10:00 AM off of Hole #1 on Sunday, May 22nd. Players arrived at the practice facilities eager to get the round started and potentially take home the trophy.

First place was open for the taking following the first round of play at the former home of the PGA Tour Greater Greensboro Open. Going into Round 2, Morgan Mussatt held the lead at just two-over-par for the Prep Series Division. Camiryn Jackson held the lead after day one for the Futures Series Division firing an opening round of 71 (-1). In the Discovery Series Division, Adelyn Rosado had the lead going into day two with a score of 34 (-2).

After playing well on Saturday, the girls took to the course for Round 2, beaming rays of sunshine and a slightly cooler temperature setting the perfect scene for the final round of the North Carolina Series at Forest Oaks. With no threat of possible bad weather–unlike the day before–players and parents alike were ready to play (or walk) the course!

At the end of the day, three girls stood atop the leaderboards, each the champion of their division in the PKBGT North Carolina Series at Forest Oaks.

Prep Series

Sanaa Carter (Jacksonville, NC 2025), holding fifth place after Round 1, came to play during Round 2. Carter took home the championship trophy in the 23-player Prep Series field with a two-day score of 76, 74 = 150 (+6). 

After ending Round 1 tied for seventh, Riley Grimm (Pinehurst, NC 2028) came back as runner up with a two-day score of 78, 73 = 151 (+7). Scoring five birdies over the two days, Alicia Fang (Waxhaw, NC 2026) clutched third by having a two-day score of 75, 77 = 152 (+8). 

Prep Series Top-4
1. Sanaa Carter, 2025, Jacksonville, NC   76 / 74 = 150
2. Riley Grimm, 2028, Pinehurst, NC   78 / 73 = 151
3. Alicia Fang, 2026, Waxhaw, NC   75 / 77 = 152
4. Morgan Mussatt, 2023, Henrico, VA   74 / 82 = 156

Futures Series

Camiryn Jackson (Altamonte Springs, FL 2028) took home the champion hardware with a two-day score of 71, 76 = 147 (+3). Scoring one under par during Round 1 helped secure her win!

Having the same Round 2 score as Jackson, Kelsey Jones (Holly Springs, NC 2025) came in second with a two-day score of 72, 76 = 148 (+4). Sustaining her place on the leaderboard, Victoria Davis (Holly Springs, NC 2028) finished in third place with a two-day score of 73, 81 = 154 (+10).

Futures Series Top-4
1. Camiryn Jackson, 2028, Altamonte Springs, FL    71 / 76 = 147
2. Kelsey Jones, 2025, Holly Springs, NC    72 / 76 = 148
3. Victoria Davis, 2028, Holly Springs, NC    73 / 81 = 154
4*. Janiya Brown, 2026, Greensboro, NC    82 / 78 = 160

*Denotes the winner of a scorecard play-off.

Discovery Series

Adelyn Rosado (Cary, NC 2030) took home the champion hardware with a two-day score of 34, 32 = 66 (-6). Rosado was the only player in this tournament to finish with a two-day total under par!

Maintaining her spot as runner-up, Makenzie Aaron (Browns Summit, NC 2029) came in second with a two-day score of 39, 38 = 77 (+5). Zoe Jeon (Raleigh, NC 2028) took home third place with a two-day score of 44, 37 = 81 (+9).

Discovery Series Top-3
1. Adelyn Rosado, 2030, Cary, NC    34 / 32 = 66
2. Makenzie Aaron, 2029, Browns Summit, NC    39 / 38 = 77
3. Zoe Jeon, 2028, Raleigh, NC    44 / 37 = 81

Closing Remarks

We would like to extend our greatest thanks to the host of the event, the staff at Forest Oaks Country Club, for their incredible hospitality throughout the weekend. Competing during one of the first hot weekends of the year, the tournament provided a recurring challenge for all of our competitors. We would like to congratulate all of our Top Finishers at the North Carolina Series at Forest Oaks!

Final Scoreboard

About the PKBGT

Founded in 2007 by the Triad Youth Golf Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization, as 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 2022 season will feature over 138 tournaments in 12+ states and with over 1,000 members, the PKBGT is the largest girl’s only tour in the country.  Learn more about the PKBGT at


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