Golf Notes: Katie Lee Joins Sister Erynne at U.S. Girls’ Junior; Husky Imposter, Jonson 12th at World Tourney

Silverdale sisters Erynne and Katie Lee will both tee it up at the U.S. Girls’ Junior  Championship that opens at the Country Club of North Carolina today in Pinehurst, N.C.

Eyrnne Lee is one of the top-ranked juniors in the country. She shot a 71 to lead qualifying at Woodburn, Ore. Katie shot a 76 and was an alternate. Evidently somebody dropped out, opening the door for Katie. Knowledgeable golfers in the area have told The Sun that Katie has the potential to emerge as a top player. She’s taken the last couple of years off to follow her sister, who committed to UCLA earlier this year. Erynne will be at junior at Centrral Kitsap. Katie will be a freshman.

Here’s the link to the U.S. Girls’ Junior website. An interesting note: Katie tees off at 8:40 a.m. and Erynne at 8:50 a.m., both on No.10. That’ll make it easier for Lee’s parents to follow their daughters.

Carl Jonson 12th at World Tourney

Cal Jonson of Bainbidge, who committed to UNLV, finished 12th at the Calloway World Junior Tournament in San Diego. He shot a final-round 76 on Friday and  finished 4-over 294. Canada’s Adam Svensson won the tournament with a 282 score.

UW Warns: Watch Out for Imposter

Husky golf coach Matt Thurmond text messaged Husky golf fans on Friday, warning about somebody who claimed to be a Husky golfer raising money for a trip. Thurmond said the golfer was targeting some of the UW’s home courses. The Huskies hold their invitational at Gold Mountain and have also held NCAA regional evens at the Bremerton course.

“If this person comes to your home don’t give  him anything and call the police,” Thurmond wrote, adding “and punch him in the face for me if you want.”

Thurmond said other scammers have done similar things in the past, claiming a connectionn to UW sports teams.

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