Shamblin ties for second in U.S. Kids World Championship
Kyndall Shamblin, a third-grader at Prospect Elementary, recently competed in the U.S. Kids World Championship in Pinehurst, N.C. The tournament was a three-day competition of 27 holes at Longleaf Country Club. Kyndall competed in the 8-year-old division which had 42 girls from around the world. She shot a 37-38-37 for a total of 112, 4-over par for the tournament. Kyndall tied for second with Anna McKay of the United Kingdom. Amari Avery, of Riverside, Calif., won the tournament by only three strokes with a 109. Alejandra Ferrer, of Mexico, and Leon Takagi, of Japan, tied for fourth with 113.