Young golfer from Almaty won first place in the prestigious junior tournament that was held on March 22-23, 2014 in Clearwater (Florida, USA). 14-year-old Daulet Tuleubaev showed the best result, he gained 145 points.
FCWT tournaments are held since 1997, they are helping successfully to identify talented golfers in the divisions for boys and girls 11-13 years, 13-14 years and 15-19 years. Young American golfers as well as juniors from all over the world studying in golf schools Jim, McLean Golf Schools participate in the tournament.
Daulet was ahead by 2 points, with a score 72-73, of the four strongest rivals, who took second place with the same 147 points score: Garrett Atkinson from Canada, Americans Philip Barbari and Parker Redding and Francisco Picardo from Santo Domingo.
"After the first round, Daulet entered the leader team of 5 people; for the first time, he made an eagle on a hole of the first category of difficulty with the treacherous water hazards and bankers - says Daulet’s mother. - The next day, on the third hole par-3,the ball suddenly flew to the offside that led to a double-bogey. On the 17 hole par-4, the score card was also enriched by double-bogey, when a shot, sent by iron on a clear trajectory, touched a picturesque tree and landed in the water. The last 18th hole was completed successfully with a birdie! The final day ended with two double-bogey, bogey and 4 saving birdie with a winning result of 73.
Daulet’s tournament career has lasted for 5 years already. Since 2009, he has participated in 29 major local and foreign golf tournaments, including Pro-Am Kazakhstan Open European Challenge Tour, Championship of Kazakhstan Seimar Open, IJGT Golf World Junior Open, Annual Hank Haney Invitational and many others.
In 2013, the young sportsman gained stunning victories in tournaments series of FCWT in golf clubs Falcon's Fire, Red Tai Golf Club, Champions's Gate 54 hole event and 3rd place in the tournament in Suddlebrook Resort Golf.
Daulet Tuleubaev chose for the further education (9th grade) the Physics and Mathematics School in Exeter, United States, laboratories of which are equipped as the best American universities. By the way, many prominent Americans, including Mark Zuckerberg and Dan Brown studied at the Phillips Exeter Academy.