SEAN O'HAIR JUNIOR ALL-STAR CHAMPIONSHIP
The Rawls Course at Texas Tech University
Lubbock, Texas • July 5 - 8

Media Score LUBBOCK, Texas -- Final results from the Sean O'Hair Junior All-Star Championship conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at The Rawls Course at Texas Tech University.
Boys Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: 6816. Rating: 72.4. Slope: 129
Girls Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: 5971. Rating: 74.1. Slope: 129

Boys Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 Brandon Pierce
2013
Covington, La. 72-70-64--206
2 Daniel Jaramillo
2014
Bradenton, Fla. 69-72-68--209
T3 Matthew Perrine
2014
Austin, Texas 71-68-72--211
3 Austin Eoff
2013
Benton, Ark. 68-73-70--211
T5 Robert Deng
2013
Irvine, Calif. 74-70-70--214
5 Rigel Fernandes
2013
Bradenton, Fla. 68-74-72--214
7 Bernardo Curbelo
2015
(Venezuela) Bradenton, Fla. 70-73-72--215
T8 Angelo Jose Gandionco
2012
Cebu City, Philippines 73-71-72--216
8 Tony Mak
2013
(Canada) Richmond, B.C. 70-77-69--216
10 Matt Welch
2013
Henderson, Nev. 76-70-71--217
T11 Jake Potter
2014
Dallas, Texas 74-71-73--218
11 Rodrigo Munoz
2013
Bradenton, Fla. 77-72-69--218
11 Corbin Kasten
2013
Southlake, Texas 71-69-78--218
T14 Todd Alan McDonald
2013
Little Rock, Ark. 73-74-72--219
14 Trey Kidd
2013
Honolulu, Hawaii 75-71-73--219
14 Jordan Batchelor
2014
St. Johns, Fla. 70-74-75--219
14 Aaron Guanlao
2014
Haslet, Texas 70-76-73--219
14 Eric Ricard
2013
Shreveport, La. 72-76-71--219
T19 Andrew Hudson
2013
Burleson, Texas 74-74-72--220
19 Osama Khan
2014
(Canada) St. James, Barbados 76-72-72--220
19 Ian Mankoff
2013
Lake Forest, Ill. 74-75-71--220
19 Jack Adolfson
2013
Niwot, Colo. 71-73-76--220
T23 Miguel Collado
2015
Xalapa, Mexico 73-77-71--221
23 Brad Dalke
2016
Hobart, Okla. 71-76-74--221
23 Michael Hodson
2015
Amarillo, Texas 73-74-74--221
T26 Lucas Moreno
2014
Bogota, Colombia 72-74-76--222
26 Lonnie Smith
2013
Bellaire, Texas 71-77-74--222
26 Andrew Scamardo
2014
College Station, Texas 74-72-76--222
26 Austin Duhon
2013
Orange, Texas 70-77-75--222
26 Justin Jennings
2013
Amarillo, Texas 70-74-78--222
T31 Luke Park
2013
Fullerton, Calif. 74-78-71--223
31 Christian De La Cruz
2014
San Antonio, Texas 77-75-71--223
T33 Jack Williams
2012
Garden City, N.Y. 73-75-76--224
33 Kirk Thomas II
2012
Bossier City, La. 72-75-77--224
33 Nick Leitner
2012
Tucson, Ariz. 74-74-76--224
33 Ryan Lloyd
2013
Honolulu, Hawaii 76-76-72--224
33 Caulen Coe
2013
Gulfstream, Fla. 75-76-73--224
33 Tim Taylor
2014
Iowa Falls, Iowa 72-80-72--224
T39 Philip Barbaree
2017
Shreveport, La. 77-71-77--225
39 Maxwell Miller
2015
College Station, Texas 73-76-76--225
39 Landon Johnson
2013
Pepeekeo, Hawaii 73-75-77--225
T42 Cody Byford
2013
Round Rock, Texas 76-74-76--226
42 Jack Vanderburg
2013
Lubbock, Texas 78-70-78--226
T44 Carter Patterson
2015
The Woodlands, Texas 75-76-76--227
44 Grant Griffin
2013
Fort Worth, Texas 76-73-78--227
44 Ian Shapiro
2013
Milton, Ga. 77-77-73--227
T47 Troy Vela
2013
Mansfield, Texas 76-76-76--228
47 Carlos Trevino
2013
Monterrey, Mexico 74-77-77--228
47 Matthew Sullivan
2013
Katy, Texas 72-78-78--228
47 William Martinez
2014
Austin, Texas 77-74-77--228
T51 John Rafael
2013
Corpus Christi, Texas 73-81-75--229
51 Yidong Zhang
2015
(Canada) Orlando, Fla. 74-76-79--229
51 Hud Morse
2013
Fort Worth, Texas 81-69-79--229
T54 Andrew Wright
2013
Mansfield, Texas 79-78-74--231
54 Kevin Cullen
2012
Venice, Calif. 77-76-78--231
54 Gwangjin Lee
2014
San Diego, Calif. 76-75-80--231
T57 John Sams
2013
Coushatta, La. 76-78-78--232
57 Joey Hearn
2013
Austin, Texas 75-80-77--232
T59 Andrew Sohn
2013
Los Angeles, Calif. 75-76-82--233
59 Bret Howey
2014
Nazareth, Pa. 75-73-85--233
61 Cody Dazen
2013
Shamong, N.J. 78-78-79--235
T62 Clarke Hudgins
2014
Amarillo, Texas 80-76-80--236
62 Jonathan Vasquez
2014
Bryan, Texas 80-77-79--236
64 Reed Aren
2013
Long Grove, Ill. 77-78-82--237
T65 Ethan Yamada
2013
Arvada, Colo. 80-82-76--238
65 Isaac Alderete
2014
Albuquerque, N.M. 81-75-82--238
67 Jeffery Cheung
2015
Coto de Caza, Calif. 80-80-79--239
68 Zach Tracy
2015
Houston, Texas 79-79-82--240
T69 Jonny Slater
2014
Old Tappan, N.J. 78-84-79--241
69 Joshua Montoya
2014
Lubbock, Texas 78-81-82--241
71 Joey Muckler
2012
Centennial, Colo. 79-75-88--242
72 Nicholas McCall
2013
Winnetka, Ill. 80-84-82--246
73 Austen Christiansen
2015
Houston, Texas 86-81-82--249
74 Tanner Fischer
2013
Lubbock, Texas 90-84-78--252
75 Sean Crisp
2012
Austin, Texas 78-91-86--255
76 Michael Herrera
2015
Houston, Texas 80-86-95--261
77 Sam  Goldfarb III
2012
San Antonio, Texas 92-82-89--263
         
Girls Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 *Hee Wook Choi
2013
San Diego, Calif. 70-73-73--216
2 Lakareber Abe
2014
Angleton, Texas 68-73-75--216
T3 Jordan Ferreira
2013
University Place, Wash. 70-75-75--220
3 Tatiana Pineda
2014
Bogota, Colombia 71-73-76--220
5 Anna Sophia Bohmer
2013
Cali, Colombia 71-77-73--221
6 Rachel Lewis
2012
Gig Harbor, Wash. 74-76-77--227
7 Taylor Coleman
2015
San Antonio, Texas 72-76-81--229
T8 Anna Kim
2014
Broken Arrow, Okla. 75-79-76--230
8 Kristen Miller
2013
Austin, Texas 78-77-75--230
T10 Courtney Dow
2016
Frisco, Texas 81-74-78--233
10 Libby Thomas
2013
Midland, Texas 73-86-74--233
12 Brooke McDougald
2015
The Woodlands, Texas 79-83-77--239
13 Sarah Moore
2014
Burkburnett, Texas 79-80-83--242
14 Sara Riascos
2014
Bogota, Colombia 81-77-85--243
15 Klara Castillo
2014
Albuquerque, N.M. 88-80-79--247
16 Avery French
2013
Laguna Niguel, Calif. 81-83-85--249
17 Dana Clary
2013
Cedar Park, Texas 82-84-86--252
  * Won via sudden-death playoff
 

Double-Eagle Pierces Competition at Sean O'Hair Junior All-Star Championship
Choi tops Girls Division in sudden-death playoff at The Rawls Course at Texas Tech University

LUBBOCK, Texas — Brandon Pierce of Covington, La., posted a tournament-total 10-under-par 206 to claim the top spot at the Sean O'Hair Junior All-Star Championship. Hee Wook Choi of San Diego battled through a sudden-death playoff to take home the title for the Girls Division with a three-day total even-par 216.

Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, the Sean O'Hair Junior All-Star Championship was a 54-hole stroke-play event held at The Rawls Course at Texas Tech University. The 94-player field featured 77 boys and 17 girls from 17 states, Barbados, Canada, Colombia, Mexico and the Philippines. The Boys Division played the par-72 course at 6,816 yards and the Girls Division played at 5,977 yards.

The Gary Gilchrist Golf Academy Junior All-Star Series is a collection of 10 events specifically designed for boys and girls ages 12-15 and presents opportunities for younger members to develop their skills and earn entry into Open tournaments. The series concludes with the Montverde Academy Junior All-Star Invitational over Columbus Day weekend for winners and top finishers in the Gary Gilchrist Golf Academy Junior All-Star Series events.

In his first ever AJGA win, Pierce came out on a mission, carding three birdies, an eagle, and a double-eagle on the front nine alone. Hitting his driver to put him in great position on the 539-yard par-5 No. 9 hole, the next shot surprised Pierce.

“The wind was behind me, I ended up hitting it perfect,” Pierce said. “The wind caught it just enough to carry it over the bunker, the ball then kicked left and rolled on the green and in the hole.”

Daniel Jaramillo of Medellin, Colombia came in second with a score of 7-under-par 209. Tied for third with a score of 5-under-par 211 were Austin Eoff of Benton, Ark., and Matthew Perrine of Austin, Texas. Rigel Fernandes of Bradenton, Fla., and Robert Deng of Irvine, Calif., tied for fifth with a total of 2-under-par 214.

Choi fought through a sudden-death playoff to take home the title for the Girls Division. Playing in only her second AJGA event, Choi pushed her nerves aside to secure the win.

“I just told myself to not think about the people surrounding me, and just focus on the ball and the hole,” Choi said. “I'm really happy that I've won because it is my first AJGA win.”

Finishing in second place was Lakareber Abe of Angleton, Texas with a score even-par 216. Tatiana Pineda of Bogota, Colombia and Jordan Ferreira of University Place, Wash., tied for third place shooting a 4-over-par 220.

The American Junior Golf Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the overall growth and development of young men and women who aspire to earn college golf scholarships through competitive junior golf. The AJGA provides valuable exposure for college golf scholarships, and has an annual junior membership (boys and girls ages 12-18) of approximately 5,000 junior golfers from 49 states and 30 countries. To ensure scholarship opportunities for all junior golfers who have the skill, the AJGA created the Achieving Competitive Excellence (ACE) Grant program to provide financial assistance to young players in need.

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For more information about the Sean O'Hair Junior All-Star Championship, please contact AJGA Headquarters at (770) 868-4200.

 
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Weekly Results
Junior All-Star Invitational sponsored by NIKEGOLF
Boys
Total
1
Norman Xiong
204
T
2
Garrett Barber
205
T
2
Kaiwen Liu
205
Girls
Total
1
Yujeong Son
207
2
Youngin Chun
208
T
3
Allyson Geer
217
T
3
Isabella Fierro
217
The PING Invitational
Boys
Total
1
Donnie Trosper
140
2
Brad Dalke
143
3
Austin Connelly
145
Girls
Total
1
Kaitlyn Papp
139
2
Angel Yin
145
T
3
Lilia Vu
146
T
3
Jillian Hollis
146
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