Pitch, Chip & Putt winners crowned at Highland Springs

The Ozarks Junior Pitch, Chip & Putt Championship featured a spectacular shot by Kaydence Yockey, who had the best overall score (40), as the event showcased the future talent of the game.

The event was part of the PGA Korn Ferry Tour’s Price Cutter Charity Championship presented by Dr Pepper and held Monday night at Highland Springs Country Club. Golfers were tested on each of the three challenges.

This photo is Yockey’s great shot:

Girls 6-8

Harper Williams 12, Hattie Parkinson 12, Syndnee Willmott 8

Boys 6-8

Graham Sutton 30, Solman Fronce 16, Haddon Lindsey 26

Girls 9-11

Laylah Bates 22, Allison Keller 20, Zoe Williams 18

Boys 9-11

Max Albers 36, Schen Fronce 30, Truett Lindsey 24

Girls 12-14

Kaydence Yockey 40, Sarri Fronce 24

Boys 12-14

Matthew Whitworth 38, Drew Tackett 36, Micah Baker 34

Winners announced in SRC Pro-Am

Teams sponsored by Southern Bank, Pioneer Outdoors and Sterling Bank took home top honors in the SRC Pro-Am on Monday at Highland Springs Country Club.

The event was a fundraiser for the PGA Korn Ferry Tour’s Price Cutter Charity Championship presented by Dr Pepper, whose pros play Thursday through Sunday at Highland Springs Country Club.

Southern Bank fired a 55 behind Kim Bradley, Rob Wilson, Justin Cox, John Freeman and pro Nico Echavaria.

Pioneer Outdoors carded a 57 on the strength of Stuart Lipscomb, Adam Howey, Rob Clements and Jacob Basecke. Its pro was Wade Binfield.

Sterling Bank fired a 58 behind Jimmy Vernon, Steve Rhodes, Dieter Woolard and Scott Spencer. The team played with pro Carr Vernon, who has an unrestricted exemption into this weekend’s tournament.