HP BOYS CHAMPIONSHIP AT CARLTON WOODS
The Club at Carlton Woods
The Woodlands, Texas • February 18 - 21

Media Score THE WOODLANDS, Texas -- Final results from the HP Boys Championship at Carlton Woods conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at The Club at Carlton Woods.
Boys Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: 7345. Rating: 74.8. Slope: 140

Boys Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 Jordan Spieth
2011
Dallas, Texas 70-66-70--206
2 Cody Proveaux
2012
Leesville, S.C. 65-71-74--210
3 Wyndham Clark
2012
Greenwood Village, Colo. 71-72-71--214
4 Shun Yat Hak
2012
Lake Mary, Fla. 72-70-75--217
T5 Billy Kennerly
2011
Alpharetta, Ga. 73-73-72--218
5 AJ McInerney
2012
Henderson, Nev. 75-73-70--218
T7 David Lee
2012
Houston, Texas 71-74-74--219
7 Zachary Wright
2012
Phoenix, Ariz. 76-76-67--219
9 Joshua Lee
2013
Orange Park, Fla. 73-75-72--220
10 Taylor Moore
2012
Edmond, Okla. 73-72-76--221
T11 James Yoon
2012
Bradenton, Fla. 73-78-72--223
11 Zachary Olsen
2013
Cordova, Tenn. 72-76-75--223
T13 Matthew NeSmith
2012
North Augusta, S.C. 76-71-77--224
13 Patrick Grimes
2011
Palo Alto, Calif. 75-73-76--224
T15 Lorens Chan
2012
Honolulu, Hawaii 74-76-75--225
15 Andrew Lister
2011
Coronado, Calif. 74-74-77--225
T17 Beau Hossler
2013
Mission Viejo, Calif. 78-75-73--226
17 Jim Liu
2013
Smithtown, N.Y. 79-76-71--226
T19 John Jonas
2012
Jacksonville, Fla. 74-80-73--227
19 Sawyer Shaw
2014
West Palm Beach, Fla. 72-80-75--227
T21 Andrew Dorn
2011
West Chester, Ohio 80-74-74--228
21 David Faraudo
2013
Guadalajara, Mexico 74-77-77--228
21 Tyler Dunlap
2011
Westlake, Texas 79-73-76--228
21 Carl Jonson
2011
Bainbridge Island, Wash. 76-77-75--228
T25 Trey Kaahanui
2012
Tempe, Ariz. 82-78-69--229
25 Stewart Jolly
2011
Birmingham, Ala. 79-80-70--229
25 Scott Scheffler
2014
Dallas, Texas 72-84-73--229
25 Mads Sogaard
2012
Ikast, Denmark 73-81-75--229
25 Jonah Texeira
2014
Porter Ranch, Calif. 77-74-78--229
25 Michael Chen
2011
Bradenton, Fla. 78-76-75--229
T31 Shuai Wu
2011
Cherry Valley, Calif. 78-78-74--230
31 Matt Pinizzotto
2011
Salinas, Calif. 76-80-74--230
31 Nicholas Reach
2011
Moscow, Pa. 78-77-75--230
31 Lee McCoy
2012
Clarkesville, Ga. 75-78-77--230
T35 Myles Lewis
2011
New Orleans, La. 74-74-83--231
35 Connor Black
2014
Humble, Texas 79-74-78--231
T37 Trey Valentine
2011
Melbourne, Fla. 71-81-80--232
37 J.J. Holen
2011
Castaic, Calif. 76-74-82--232
T39 Tayler Termeer
2011
Austin, Texas 80-75-78--233
39 Charles Edler
2011
Fair Haven, N.J. 78-80-75--233
39 Jake Knapp
2012
Costa Mesa, Calif. 77-78-78--233
39 Jason Roets
2011
(South Africa) Howey-In-The-Hills, Fla. 74-81-78--233
T43 Jonathan Sanders
2012
Chatsworth, Calif. 79-80-75--234
43 Ki Taek Lee
2013
La Quinta, Calif. 74-83-77--234
43 Will Zalatoris
2014
Plano, Texas 77-79-78--234
T46 Chase Koepka
2012
Lake Worth, Fla. 78-77-80--235
46 Michael Kim
2011
Del Mar, Calif. 78-82-75--235
46 George Cunningham
2014
Tucson, Ariz. 79-80-76--235
46 Julian Lerda
2014
Buenos Aires, Argentina 74-81-80--235
46 Alex McMahon
2011
Tucson, Ariz. 76-83-76--235
51 Haoyuan Lu
2012
Bradenton, Fla. 74-85-77--236
T52 Brian Campbell
2011
Irvine, Calif. 77-84-77--238
52 Yi Keun Chang
2012
Walnut, Calif. 81-77-80--238
52 Andrew Levitt
2012
Ladera Ranch, Calif. 83-77-78--238
52 Joseph Winslow
2011
Overland Park, Kan. 74-84-80--238
52 KK Limbhasut
2014
Loma Linda, Calif. 80-84-74--238
T57 Stanhope Johnson, Jr.
2012
Greensboro, N.C. 79-82-78--239
57 Adam Colwell
2011
The Woodlands, Texas 81-80-78--239
57 Michael Bernard
2012
Huber Heights, Ohio 76-80-83--239
T60 Carter Page
2012
Waynesville, N.C. 80-86-74--240
60 Futoshi Tokutake
2015
Kanagawa-Ken, Japan 78-79-83--240
T62 Eric Hallberg
2012
Castle Rock, Colo. 78-84-79--241
62 Rak Cho
2011
Brea, Calif. 79-84-78--241
62 Donald Stimble
2014
Shell Knob, Mo. 80-83-78--241
65 Zane Thomas
2012
Las Vegas, Nev. 81-87-74--242
T66 Kevin Foley
2011
The Woodlands, Texas 78-80-85--243
66 Dylan Siebenaler
2013
Sugar Land, Texas 84-84-75--243
68 Jake McBride
2013
Hartville, Ohio 85-82-77--244
T69 Anthony Alex
2013
Saint Augustine, Fla. 86-80-79--245
69 Parker Rodgers
2012
Houston, Texas 80-79-86--245
71 Peter Kim
2013
Metuchen, N.J. 84-82-80--246
72 Nick Huggins
2011
Marietta, Ohio 84-82-81--247
73 Patrick Sanchez
2012
Mazatlan, Mexico 82-79-88--249
74 Brendan Connolly
2011
Castle Rock, Colo. 85-87-78--250
T75 Daniel Pizetoski
2011
Davidson, N.C. 85-80-90--255
75 Nicholas Grubnich
2011
Crown Point, Ind. 83-89-83--255
-
Alex Carpenter
2011
Westerville, Ohio
83-80-JWD
-
Tanner Kesterson
2011
Plano, Texas
-JWD
         
 

Spieth Caps Junior Career with Win at HP Boys Championship at Carlton Woods
Final-round 70 gives Spieth four-shot victory over Proveaux

THE WOODLANDS, Texas — Jordan Spieth of Dallas ended his storied AJGA career by posting a 10-under-par total and a four-shot victory Monday at the HP Boys Championship at Carlton Woods. His final-round 70 pushed him ahead of second-round co-leader Cody Proveaux of Leesville, S.C., who finished second at 6-under-par.

“The last two years it kind of hurt to see (Patrick) Winther and then Bobby (Wyatt) win because I was so close, so it's really good to close it out and see my name alongside Tiger, David Duval and all the other past champions,” said Spieth, who finished second each of the last two years.

Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, the HP Boys Championship at Carlton Woods was a 54-hole stroke play competition played on the par-72, 7,345-yard Fazio Championship Course at The Club at Carlton Woods. The 78-player field featured players from 22 states and nine foreign countries, and included 27 Rolex Junior All-Americans.

Paired together all three rounds, Spieth and Proveaux played evenly throughout the tournament. In fact, only six two-shot swings occurred between the two during the 54 holes, and Spieth owned the only two during the pivotal final round.

On the front nine, Spieth birdied No. 7 while Proveaux made bogey, which pushed Spieth to a three-shot lead through eight holes. Proveaux knotted the score at 8-under-par through 11, but the tournament's turning point came on the 438-yard, par-4 13th.

Spieth's tee shot narrowly stayed above the hazard line, and the ensuing 141-yard pitching wedge led to a tap-in birdie. When Proveaux missed the green and failed to save par, Spieth had a three-shot lead with five holes to play.

“I decided that if you get a lucky break, you might as well take advantage of it,” Spieth said. “When it comes down to one-on-one with somebody else, if you can make a birdie when they make a bogey, it's just a huge momentum swing. It's not just two strokes, you get all the adrenaline on your side and it makes it a lot easier from then on in.”

With the win, Spieth ends his AJGA career with five victories and 18 consecutive AJGA top-10 finishes. The last time he finished outside the top 10 was when he finished 21st at the 2007 PING Invitational.

“I'd sum it up as a really good step in the right direction,” Spieth said of his AJGA career. “With the goal being to be the best in the world some day, to beat the best juniors is always a great step and now I have to move on and play against the best college players and hopefully after that move into the pros.”

For Proveaux, the runner-up finish is another piece to a good start to his 2011 season. In November, he opened with a win at the 2010 Polo Golf Junior Classic. He then followed it with a T15 showing at the Sea Pines Junior Heritage.

“I was coming off a big win at the Polo Golf Junior Classic and I thought it'd be awesome to win back-to-back tournaments, but I just didn't have it today,” said Proveaux, who has verbally committed to Clemson. “I had a few stretches where I was back in it, but Jordan pulled away when I made a mistake. It was a lot of fun, I just hope to do a little better next time.”

Wyndham Clark of Greenwood Village, Colo., finished third at 2-under-par, while Shun Yat Hak of Lake Mary, Fla., finished fourth at 1-over-par. AJ McInerney of Henderson, Nev., and Billy Kennerly of Alpharetta, Ga., finished tied for fifth at 2-over-par.

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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
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Boys
Total
1
Donnie Trosper
140
2
Brad Dalke
143
3
Austin Connelly
145
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Total
1
Kaitlyn Papp
139
2
Angel Yin
145
T
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Lilia Vu
146
T
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Jillian Hollis
146
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