Mowad Shoots Five-Under at LJGT at The Farm


June 26, 2024 | Maili Bartz

A look into the Final round of LJGT at the Farm tournament held at Farm d’Allie Golf Club in Carencro, Louisiana on Wednesday, June 26, 2024.

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76 players competed in the final round of the Louisiana Junior Golf Tour’s tournament held at Farm d’Allie Golf Club. Tee times began this morning at 7:30 AM off the 1st tee.

Carencro, Louisiana – LJGT at Farm d’Allie Golf Club concluded its final round today. In the Boys 11-13 division, Grey Ramsey of Choudrant secured the championship after 38 holes, finishing impressively at five-under par. Ramsey delivered a flawless back nine in both the first and final rounds, gaining a victory over Derby Everson of Shreveport, who finished close behind at four-under. Playing in the same group, Ramsey was two shots back of Everson heading into the 36th hole and finished with a birdie as Everson double bogeyed to cause the three shot swing. In an interview, Ramsey stated that he managed to make it through the entire tournament without three-putting, a noteworthy achievement for any golfer. Taking third place was Augustin Gros of Metairie, who finished with a two-over-par performance, highlighted by a hole out eagle from 126 yards on the front nine during the final round.

In the Overall Girls’ division, following the initial 36 holes, Vivian Volion of Springfield and Grace Goodwin from Bossier City were tied for first, finishing thirteen-over par. The championship was decided in a playoff between Volion and Goodwin, lasting two extra holes. Volion clinched the title with a decisive six-foot putt on the second playoff hole. Lexie Crappel of Slidell secured third place, concluding the final round at thirty-over par.

Round one leader Ivan Popp of Lafayette bogeyed the 18th hole of the final round giving Maddox Mowad of Monroe the opportunity to compete in a playoff. Mowad surged to the top of the leaderboard on day two with an impressive five-under 67. After 36 holes, Mowad and Popp were tied for first at five-under. Mowad and Popp competed in a playoff, playing hole 18, a par five. Popp hit a miraculous second shot to get him on the green in two, with a chance to cap off his incredible tournament with an eagle. Mowad flirted with the water on his second shot, clipping a tree and just clearing the water by a few feet. Popp had the advantage going into their third shot, but Mowad hit an incredible chip on his third shot to a foot for birdie. Mowad would go on to make birdie and Popp would make par, giving Mowad his first ever LJGT win and also securing himself 4 AJGA PBE stars. Mason Comeaux of Port Allen and Austin Ray of Denham Springs tied for third place with three-under par. Ray would win the scorecard playoff carding a 68 in round two. Finishing in third place with three-under after 36 holes, is Austin Ray of Denham Springs.

A huge thank you to Andrew Simar and Farm d’Allie Golf Club for hosting the LJGT at The Farm. The club and agronomy staff were top notch. The hospitality and condition of the golf course were spectacular. 

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