Henry Guan – The Youngest Golfer on the Legends Junior Tour
Henry Guan of Irving, Texas leads an evenly matched boys field by two shots after three rounds at the South Beach International Amateur. He made birdies on three of the first four holes before parring two remaining ones to finish at 15-under 197.
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Early Life and Education
Henry William Dalgliesh Cavill was born in Saint Saviour, Jersey – a British Crown dependency located in the Channel Islands – of Irish, Scottish and English heritage. He received private education at St Michael’s Preparatory School in Saint Saviour as well as Stowe School in Buckinghamshire England.
Dr. Henry Guan is a Family Medicine specialist located in Los Angeles, CA who has over 12 years of experience. After graduating from Harbor-UCLA MEDICAL CENTER he now practices at Edward R. Roybal Comprehensive Health Center where he accepts multiple insurance plans while boasting an impressively high patient satisfaction rating.
Guan, who is also a high school student, works as an assistant pro at The Australian Golf Club in Sydney when not playing golf himself. His parents are very supportive of this pursuit of his passion.
He may only be 14, but his resume reads like that of an experienced pro — as Bexley Club Champion at age 12 and four top-10 junior tournament finishes subsequently, including winning Adidas Junior 6s twice as well as Harvey Norman Week of Golf and NSW Men’s Amateur Championship tournaments in Australia.
Guan, who fired a 6-under 64 in the third round, now holds a three-shot advantage over Luke Clanton – winner of this year’s North and South Amateur at Pinehurst – and Virginia Cavaliers player George Duangmanee. British and Irish player Arron Edwards-Hill lies one shot further back.
Achievement and Honors
Henry Guan has made significant strides in medicine and healthcare services. He regularly attends medical conferences and workshops to stay current on technology advancements and research advances, conducting studies that contribute knowledge.
He received the Bhansali Family Prize, awarded annually to undergraduate students performing outstanding research in computer science. This scholarship is funded by Vineer Bhansali and Mag Raj Bhansali.
Henry O. Koehler Scholarship was also bestowed upon him as recognition of his excellence in physical chemistry studies, named in memory of him when he received his Bachelor’s degree from the department in 1922.
Henry Guan, a freshman at Highland Park High School in Irving and native of Texas is the youngest player ever to win on Legends Junior Tour. After Tuesday’s third round at Miami Beach Golf Club he currently leads by three strokes, followed by Luke Clanton who won North & South Amateur this summer as well as Virginia Cavaliers duo Deven Patel and George Duangmanee who trail him by four.
Henry Guan has extensive medical expertise and is dedicated to improving healthcare services. He regularly attends various medical conferences and workshops in order to stay abreast of recent advancements. Furthermore, his findings are published in medical journals to further advance medical knowledge. Henry is married and has one son.
He possesses an immense fortune that allows him to buy almost anything imaginable. Alongside his financial success, he has dabbled in politics – running unsuccessfully for President several times. Furthermore, his portfolio of investments includes founding automotive companies as well as real estate investments; recently selling Labroy Marine to Dubai Drydocks World for an enormous sum.