A total of 17 golfers hit the course, representing five age groups.
In the largest age group, 13-17, North Surry Greyhound Taylor Coalson took home first place with a two-day total of 157, two shots in front of runner-up Wade Lewis, who finished with a 159, and three shots in front of Bailey Bouma in third place.
Coalson was the most consistent golfer in the group, shooting a 77 on day one and an 80 on day two.
Cody Hodges led after the conclusion of day one with a 73, but dropped off Tuesday, shooting a 91.
Behind Coalson and Lewis were Will Smith (114-104) 218, Aaron Lewis (95-100) 195, Cody Hodges (73-91) 164, Cole Glasco (80-84) 164, Bailey Bouma (78-82) 160, Wade Lewis (83-76) 159 and Taylor Coalson (77-80) 157.
In the 10- through 12-year-old age group, which played nine-holes, Corbin Soots bested Nick Wilson 104 to 106 to take home first place.
Behind Soots and Wilson were Corbin Welch (58-58) 116, Clay Welch (63-57) 120, Chase Hiatt (63-59) 122 and Wyatt Angel, who withdrew on day two after shooting 62 Monday.
Alex Hall (64-54) 118 took home first in the 8- to 9-year-old division, beating Chance Sizemore (66-54) 120 by two strokes.
Madeline Angel took home first in the girl’s division run while Brooks Sizemore (63-64) 127 came in first in the 5- through 7-year-old division.