Update: Northern California Regional Qualifier for the NB3 Championship

Morgan Hill, CA – The Peggy Kirk Bell Girls’ Golf Tour traveled to Coyote Creek Golf Club in Morgan Hill, CA for a regional qualifier for the Notah Begay III Championship. Coyote Creek Golf Club is home to two Jack Nicklaus Signature courses, of which we are on the Valley course. The Notah Begay III Championship is working with PKB to host the first All-Girls National Championship to air on the Golf channel at the Koasati Pines Golf Club at Coushatta Resort in Kinder, LA later this year.

Girls 16-18

With the most birdies in her division thus far at four, Isabella Gunasayan (Arroyo Grande, CA 2023) currently holds first place with a score of 70 (-2). At the moment, two girls are tied for second. Nikki Chindavong (Fairfield, CA 2023) and Kiera Howard (Pleasanton, CA 2023) are at a draw for the day with a score of 71 (-1). Currently in tied for fourth is Janna Andaya (Santa Clara, CA 2023) at 72 (E). With an eagle on hole 18, Ashley Freitas (Sunnyzale, CA 2023) also managed to tie for fourth today with a score of 72 (E).

1. Isabella Gunasayan (Arroyo Grande, CA 2023) / 70 (-2)

T2. Nikki Chindavong (Fairfield, CA 2023) / 71 (-1)

T2. Kiera Howard (Pleasanton, CA 2023) / 71 (-1)

T4. Janna Andaya (Santa Clara, CA 2023) / 72 (E)

T4. Ashley Freitas (Sunnyzale, CA 2023) / 72 (E)

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Girls 14-15

Tied for first after our first round is Olivia Lee (Hillsborough, CA 2025) and Petra Yee (Sacramento, CA 2025). Both players ended today with a score of 72 (E). For third, we had another tie between Darla May Dela Torre (Fairfield, CA 2024) and Sarah Lim (Saratoga, CA 2025). Only one stroke behind the two girls in first, both Dela Torre and Lim finished today’s round with a score of 73 (+1).

T1. Olivia Lee (Hillsborough, CA 2025) / 72 (E)

T1. Petra Yee (Sacramento, CA 2025) / 72 (E)

T3. Darla May Dela Torre (Fairfield, CA 2024) / 73 (+1)

T3. Sarah Lim (Saratoga, CA 2025) / 73 (+1)

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Girls 12-13

With the highest number of birdies made today, Asterisk Talley (Chowchilla, CA 2027) is currently holding first place. For second place, there is a three-way tie. With two birdies on her scorecard for the day, Madalynn Lee (Santa Clara, CA 2027) made two birdies on her way to finishing the round with a score of 71 (-1). Sparrow Pierzina (Laytonville, CA 2026) and Jayleen Sito (Livermore, CA 2028) both made three birdies today, ending with a score of 71 (-1).

1. Asterisk Talley (Chowchilla, CA 2027) / 67 (-5)

T2. Madalynn Lee (Santa Clara, CA 2027) / 71 (-1)

T2. Sparrow Pierzina (Laytonville, CA 2026) / 71 (-1)

T2. Jayleen Sito (Livermore, CA 2028) / 71 (-1)

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Girls 10-11

With the lowest score of the day at 66 (-6), Anita Lumpongpoung (Sacramento, CA 2028) finished today’s round in first. Samantha Chiou (Orinda, CA 2028) ended today with a total of four birdies and a score of 70 (-2). For third place, Grace Gao (Milpitas, CA 2029) and Kelly Zhang (Burlingame, CA 2030) tied with a score of 72 (E). Zhang ended the day with four birdies, and Gao finished strong with two eagles on her scorecard!

1. Anita Lumpongpoung (Sacramento, CA 2028) / 66 (-6)

2. Samantha Chiou (Orinda, CA 2028) / 70 (-2)

T3. Grace Gao (Milpitas, CA 2029) / 72 (E)

T3. Kelly Zhang (Burlingame, CA 2030) / 72 (E)

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Follow the final round of the Northern California Regional NB3 Qualifier.


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