Archived Story

Nobles wins another crown

Published 8:27pm Tuesday, July 13, 2010

SOUTH HAVEN – Chris Noble chalked up another tournament championship Tuesday afternoon.

Noble, who has won his age group all six years he has been playing in the tournament, captured the Michigan Junior Majors Tour title at its stop at Hawkshead Golf Links in South Haven.

After shooting an opening round 72 on Monday to take a one-stroke lead into the final round, Noble followed that up with a 73 and a two-day total of 145.

Bay City’s Jeremy Schultz, who trailed Noble by a stroke on Monday, shot 74 on Tuesday and finished second with a 147.

Matthew Zerbel of St. Joseph (148), Brian Baum of Hastings (150), Brian Anderson of Vicksburg (154) rounded out the top five.

Niles’ Alec DeJonge, just 12-year-old, finished with two-day total of 161, while John Schrader finished with a 166.

DeJonge finished second in his age group.

Metro Niles finished second in the team competition with a total of 462.

Stevensville’s Sutton Dunwoodie was the fourth member of the Niles team and he finished with a 157.

Metro Wild Card won the team title after finishing with a 457.

Metro Kalamazoo shot 468 and Metro St. Joseph finished with a 481.

Michigan Junior Majors Tour
At Hawkshead Golf Links
South Haven
Top 10 overall

Chris Noble, Niles 145
Jeremy Schultz, Bay City 147
Matthew Zerbel, St. Joe 148
Brian Baum, Hastings 150
Brian Anderson, Vicksburg 154
Luke Tindall, Vicksburg 156
Sutton Dunwoodie, Stevensville 157
Noah Chambers, Schoolcraft 158
Matthew Forloine, South Haven/Northfield, Ill. 160
Alec DeJonge, Niles 161

Team competition
Metro Wild Card 457, Niles Metro 462, Metro Kalamazoo 468, Metro St. Joe 481

Metro Niles 462
Chris Noble 145
Sutton Dunwoodie 157
Alec DeJonge 161
John Schrader 166

By using this website’s user-contribution features, including comments, photo galleries, or any other feature, you agree to abide by the terms of use. Please read this agreement in its entirety because it contains useful information that will help you better understand the rules and general "good manners" that are expected when contributing content to this website.

Editor's Picks