Cliff Bounds is a PGA-certified instructor at The Academy of LaCantera. LaCantera is located minutes from downtown San Antonio.
TMI's Cole Solis is 4A TAPPS State Champ!
Texas Military Institute senior Cole Solis shot rounds of 68 and 69 to win a two-stroke victory in the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools 4A State Championship.
Congratulations, Cole! Your years of hard work and perseverance have helped you leave high school as a true champion.
Weld Wins 5A Regional, Brandeis takes 2nd
Mason Weld fired rounds of 74, 70 in windy conditions at River Hill Country Club in Kerrville to win the IV-5A Boys Regional golf tournament by one stroke.
Also noteworthy, the Brandeis team won second place in the overall team competition. Four of the five Brandeis players are Cliff Bounds Golf students.
Weld wins TGJT Junior World Qualifier
Mason Weld, Helotes, TX, shot rounds of 70, 69 to win the nationally-ranked TGJT Callaway Junior World Qualifier.
The event was held at Brackenridge Park Golf Course where the boys played the championship layout at 6,243 yards.
Dibildox qualifies for USGA Junior Girls' Amateur
Congratulations and good luck to Monica Dibildox, Saltillo, Mexico, who won a five-hole playoff to secure a spot in the USGA Junior Girls Amateur Championship.
Monica tees off at 8:40 a.m. MST tomorrow (July 21) at Forest Highlands Golf Club in Flagstaff, Arizona.
Dibildox advances to Match Play at USGA Girls' Amateur
Monica Dibildox shot a two-day total of 147 (75, 72) to advance to the match play rounds at the USGA Junior Girls' Amateur.
Monica's 3-over-par total put her in a tie for 31st place at the conclusion of stroke play. Only the top 64 players in the 156-player field get to advance to the match play competition.
The first round of match play will begin Wednesday, July 23 at Forest Highlands Golf Club in Flagstaff, Arizona. The second and third rounds will both be played on Thursday, July 24.
Dibildox wins first match at USGA Junior Girls' Amateur
In dramatic style, Monica Dibildox won her first match at the USGA Junior Girls' Amateur.
Monica was three up with three to play when her opponent, Madison Odiorne, won each of the last three holes. At the conclusion of 18 holes, they were all square.
Monica dug deep and birdied the 19th hole to take the match and move to the Round of 32. (Monica was in the top 64 players after two days of stroke play among the original 156-player field.)
PHOTO BY STEVEN GIBBONS / USGA
Alex Bissaro fought 25-mph winds to fire a closing round 68 for a one-stroke victory in the Territory Classic.
Bissaro's two-day total of 139 at the Territory Golf Club in Duncan, Oklahoma, secured his first collegiate win and helped his St. Mary's Rattlers to a second place finish as a team.
Alex Bissaro wins Territory Classic for
First college victory
Villasana takes 3rd at Jim Rivers Intercollegiate
Alejandro Villasana had rounds of 70, 69, 68 for a nine-under par total and a 3rd place finish at the Jim Rivers Intercollegiate held in Ruston, LA. Louisiana Tech hosted the 75-man tournament on the par-72 course. Villasana's finish was a career best and helped lift his University of North Texas golfers to a team victory.
Villasana, right, with teammate and tournament winner Juan Munoz.
Wednesday was NCAA Division I National Signing Day, and Brandeis senior Mason Weld signed his national letter of intent to play for Sam Houston State University in a ceremony at Brandeis High School.
See Mason (No. 360 Nationally) on GOLF WEEK'S list of Top Class of 2015 Signees.
Mason Weld signs with Sam Houston
Monica Dibildox, class of 2016, has officially committed to play college golf as a Louisiana State University Tiger. Monica is shown below with future coach Karen Bahnsen on her campus visit to Baton Rouge.
Dibildox chose LSU over offers from 40 other NCAA Division I schools.
Monica Dibildox Commits to LSU
Big weeks, big wins for Monica and Mason
Monica Dibildox, class of 2016, had a great start in the U.S. Women's Amateur being held in Portland, Oregon. After a round of 73, she sits tied for 31st place. The top 64 players after the second day of play advance to match play.
Mason Weld, who has committed to Sam Houston State University, won his final junior golf event before college with a two-hole, sudden death playoff at the AJGA David Toms Invitational in Shreveport.
Berrigan in top 10 at UTSA Invitational
Ian Berrigan from McNeese State had an even-par final round 71 at the UTSA/Oak Hills Invitational to claim a tie for 6th place in the three-round tournament. His previous rounds of 72 and 74 gave him a total of 217, just five strokes behind the winning score.
Berrigan's low number helped the McNeese Cowboys finish fifth in the 15-team field.
It was a happy homecoming for Berrigan who graduated from O'Connor High in 2015.