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20th PARS Florida International Junior

Port St Lucie, Florida

54-hole championship

December 28-30, 2015

Ryder and Trail Courses



official exemptions




   Man often becomes what he believes himself to be. If I keep on saying to myself that I cannot do a certain thing, it is possible that I may end by really becoming incapable of doing it. On the contrary, if I have the belief that I can do it, I shall surely acquire the capacity to do it even if I may not have it at the beginning.


The 19th PARS Florida International Junior Championship took place Dec. 28-30. 2014 at Orange County National in Winter Garden, Florida.  Weather conditions were very tough with gusts up to 20 mph and with rain the final day.  All the girls and 12 and under boys played Crooked Cat  course and boys played Panther Lake.  Both  were in great shape.  Over 40 different country's were represented with over 130 International players within the field of 183 players.    

 Morgan Rodriguez (Delray Beach, FL) won the Doral/Publix Junior Classic  with a 36-37–73 also on the Red Tiger course with a commanding 13-stroke lead.  She made it another successful event by winning PARS by two shots over Gloria Nip.  In third place was her sister Angela Nip.





The girls 9/10 division was won by Hawaii native Minny Byun with a three day total of 234.  Vania Simont from Mexico was runner-up and third place was Hannah Nall from Mississippi.

In the girls 11-12 age group veteran Korean player Ya Been Sohn shot 217.  Runner-up also from Korea was Yae Eun Kim was runner-up 220. Taking third place was Mimi Chen from Florida with 222.

Nina Lang from Germany captured the 13-14 division.  Runner-up went to Seul Ki Lee from Korea. Third place was Natasha Oon from Malaysia.


Shin Hye Kim from Korea won the age group 15-18 with a total of 209. She shot 67-73-69. Runner-up also from Korea was Bin Su Noh at 214 and third place went to Korea's Jee In Park.


Youngster Colton Watson from Indina was all smiles after his win in the 6 and under division.  Andrew Tsar was runner-up.


Charlie Ward 7, also from the UK beat Pavel Tsar of Florida by 4 shots. Charlie has won consecutive titles. Third place was Udyat Sarangdevot from Omaha, Nebraska.

In the nine-ten age division from Palm Beach, Allan Kournikova won the champion trophy by 11 shots over runner-up Ray Plodkowski from California. Franklin Zhu from New Jersey was third place finisher.


Alexander Yang from California shot 208 to capture the 11-12 age division. Hiroshi Tai from Singapore was 11 back for runner-up. Third place finisher was Alexander Gu from Conneticut was two back.

At 6 under PAR 11-12 champ Quentin Debov from France triumphed in his division over fellow countrymen Hugo Riboud.  Quentin shot three rounds of 70 each day.


David Li from Dusseldorf was the winner of the 13-14 division with rounds of 72-71-71. In runner-up position from Massachusets was Michael Thorbjornson.  In third place was Bryan Wiyang from Malaysia.

In the older boys division from Brasil was Mateus Balestrin who shot 72-69-69 and won by two over Michael Hirmer from Germany. In third place was Thomas Rosenmueller of Germany and Matthias Schmid also from Germany.

Keep a good attitude, and you persevere, get some breaks and make some putts, you can still find a way to POST A GOOD SCORE. Never give up or let your emotions get the best of your ability. You never know when you are going to hole a fairway shot or chip shot. If you can reach the green you can make that shot go into the hole. It happens when you least expect it. But it will happen!

PARS is a Parental Assistance Referral Service. We have helped students who wish to attend college and compete in collegiate golf the past 17 years. Athletic scholarships and financial aid are available for students that meet the minimum mandatory requirements of the NCAA, NAIA, and Junior College levels. We have been assisting student athletes since 1995 through the journey of junior golf on to the college level and into Professional golf.  Players from PARS have been on every NCAA Division I, II, III, NAIA and junior college Championship teams.

The Florida International Junior Golf Championships help the junior golfer develop through nationally ranked events. Our professional service will help the athlete develop into a recognized player who will be known by college coaches.

We can assist you in setting up a junior schedule and guide you to Colleges where the level of competition will be equal to your ability. We will help to make it affordable. PARS will provide you with professional assistance in selecting recognized junior tournaments to compete. The many requirements of the various universities can confuse even the most worldly person. We have the knowledge and the contacts to make it an easier transition. We will open a direct line to the coach

. Samantha Fuller, UK. 2006,7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 Florida Int'l Champion!! 7 years in a row! 4x European Champ, 4x British Champ, 4x British Masters Champ, English Girls Champ
Scottish Girls Champ, 2x Honda Junior Classic, 4x State Champion

     Annabell Fuller, Chiswick, UK  Over 20 tournaments                  PARS Florida International Junior Champion
British U10 Champion
British Masters Champion
Doral/Publix Junior Classic Champion     

  One of my absolute favorite kids in the World. He gave up his bed for me when I was a guest at his home.  I was particularly impressed when his parents told he keeps his room tidy by himself.  His closet was so perfectly organized I could not believe he did it. All the shoes were together and everything was hung up on this miniature clothes rack. Than on the side of his home was a soccer field! Here is this little kid playing soccer with teenagers and adults. He looked like Magic Johnson with a basketball. He ran rings around around everyone and scored several times. I could not believe my eyes. Can you agree this kid has a smile that gleams. Mauricio Figueroa, Mexico 2006 Champion Florida Int'l.

Beau Hossler, 2007, Champion. We all have heard of him and will definitely see him after college on the PGA Tour. Headed for Texas.

  Ben Wong, China 2007 PARS Florida Int'l Champion. Looks like he is holding the trophy in one hand. Not possible. I could hardly HOLD that trophy up. Dad is cropped out in picture but he is holding trophy from underneath!


  Hank Lebioda, Florida 2007-8-9 PARS Florida Int'l Junior Champion. Headed for Florida State with scholarship. Great student! Has a better swing than Mickleson.