Despite the summer heat and humidity, Jacob Frederickson continues to shoot low scores on the Wisconsin Junior PGA Tour.
The Monona Grove High School junior and Cottage Grove resident tied for third at the July 24 Summer Scramble at the Old Hickory Country Club in Beaver Dam.
Frederickson and his playing partner, Jack Glaspy, had seven birdies, eight pars and three bogeys to shoot a 4-under par 68.
The duo was just one stroke behind second-place Nathan Teama of Cedarburg and his partner, Evan Clausing.
Travis Bentley of Pewaukee and Quinn Berglin won the event with a 10-under par, 62.
The July 21 tour event at the Pleasant View Golf Course in Middleton saw Frederickson finish in a tie for sixth with a 3-over par 74.
He had 10 pars, three birdies, four bogeys and a double bogey to finish tied with Keegan Farmer of Iron Ridge.
Middleton’s Alex Weiss took first with a 2-under par, 69.
Frederickson also played in the July 23 Par 3 championship at the Sand Valley golf facility in Nekoosa and ended up tied for ninth with a 1-over par, 52.
He had five birdies, six pars and six bogeys.
Davis Rens of Marshfield and Aiden Cudney of Appleton tied for first with a 1-under par, 50.
Davidson ties for 2nd in Madison championship
Former McFarland High School and Edgewood College golfer Matthew Davidson finished in a tie for second place at the Madison City Men’s Championship played July 23-26.
The first two rounds were played at Bridges Golf Course with Davidson carding a 71 in his first 18 holes and a 73 in the second.
He remained in contention for the win July 25 after firing a 68 at Bishop’s Bay in Middleton, but ended the tournament the next day with a 73 at the Meadows of Six Mile Creek in Waunakee to end with a 1-under par, 285.
Davidson tied with former DeForest High School and UW-Madison golfer John Stravinski.
Davidson and Stravinski were two strokes in back of tournament winner Adam Miller, who played golf at Lodi High School and Madison College.