10-Year Old Latanna Stone Fires 2 Under 70

By  //  April 12, 2012

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Viera East Golf Club Host Florida State Golf Association Florida Junior Tour


BREVARD COUNTY • VIERA, FLORIDA – Latanna Stone and Terrence Zhang prevailed through cold and extremely windy conditions, to capture their respective division titles at the Viera East Golf Club.

Latanna Stone, of Valrico, Florida, at only 10 years of age, posted a tournament total of two-over par 146 to capture the Florida Junior Tour Girls 13-15 Division title.

In the first round, Stone fired the low round of the tournament with a two-under par 70, to take a three stroke lead heading into the final round. Stone continued her stellar play in the final round with a four-over par 76, to capture her first career FJT title by eight strokes.

With this victory, Stone tied a FJT tour record for the youngest player to win an event. Michelle Yan, of Hong Kong, China, finished in second place after rounds of 73-81. Athena Yang, of Winter Haven, finished in third place with a tournament total of 157.


Zhang Win By Two Stroke

Terrence Zhang, of Orlando, carded an impressive final round of even par 72 to capture his first career FJT title. Zhang would post a first round of two-over par 74 to trail the first round leader by two strokes heading into the final round.


In the final round, Zhang carded a front nine of one-over par 37, and finished strong with a one-under par 35, for his final round of 72, to win by two strokes.

Samuel Uhland, of Jacksonville, finished alone in second place posting a tournament total of four-over par 148. Luis Gagne, of Orlando, finished in third place with a tournament total of 149.

“We are honored that the FSGA selected our golf club this weekend,” said Viera East’s new General Manager, PGA Professional David Buth.

“I hope that your time with us this weekend was special and that we get the opportunity to host many more of your events here as Viera East.”