Front Royal, VA- The Peggy Kirk Bell Girls’ Golf Tour headed north for the first of three events in the DMV for the Blue Ridge Girls Classic at Bowling Green Country Club in Front Royal, Virginia. The Bowling Green Country Club North Course, nestled in the northern neck of the Shenandoah Valley, features a picturesque backdrop of the Blue Ridge Mountains and a landscape dotted by historic 19th-century farmhouses. The Blue Ridge Girls Classic, the second event in the Prep Preview National schedule, welcomed thirty competitors between the Prep Preview and Futures National divisions to the Shenandoah Valley. Residents of North Carolina, Maryland, and Virginia are represented in this weekend’s field vying for bids to the National Tournament of Champions hosted in early December.
Three began the day tied for the lead after opening rounds of 78 (+6). Makayla Grubb (Stafford, VA 2025), Alice Zou (Potomac, MD 2022), and Fannie Sukhumparnich (Bethesda, MD 2024). Five birdies from the Stafford, VA native including three on her front nine. Zou and Sukumparnich carded three to stay within reach of Grubb, but could never recover from Grubb’s 35 (-2). As the final putt dropped, Grubb walked away with the title and a three-shot victory over Alice Zou. This is Makayla’s second PKBGT National tournament victory. Grubb took home medalist honors at the Terrapin Classic in early August.
1. Makayla Grubb (Stafford, VA 2025) / 78 / 73 = 151 (+7)
2. Alice Zou (Potomac, MD 2022) / 78 / 76 = 154 (+10)
3. Taylor Park (Fairfax, VA 2022) / 79 / 77 = 156 (+12)
4. Jennifer Osborne (Ashburn, VA 2024) / 86 / 79 = 165 (+21)
The two overnight leaders needed more excitement than thirty-six holes to crown the next Futures National champion. Alisa Davidova (Roanoke, VA 2027) and Addie Doroh (Charlottesville, VA 2025) firing rounds of 79 +78=157. Joining the duo after a phenomenal round of 72 (E) for the sudden-death playoff was Kanchana Duangsam (Haymarket, VA 2026). Duangsam had the shot of the tournament on Sunday at the par-five sixth when she eagled it. Addie Doroh survived the playoff taking home her first PKBGT National title. Doroh’s last outing came just a few weeks prior where she placed at the Middle Atlantic Regional Series finale at Fawn Lake Country Club.
T1. Addie Doroh (Charlottesville, VA ) / 79 / 78 = 157 (+13)^
T1. Alisa Davidova (Roanoke, VA 2027) / 79 / 78 = 157 (+13)
T1. Kanchana Duangsam (Haymarket, VA 2026) / 85 / 72 = 157 (+13)
The PKB Girls Tour heads north to the DMV for the Colonial Girls Classic at Williamsburg National in Williamsburg VA, this weekend.
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The Peggy Kirk Bell Girls Golf Tour returns to action on September 28 for the PKBGT Invitational at Bermuda Run.
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 2020 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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