COMPAQ JUNIOR ALL-STAR CLASSIC AT FIELDSTONE
Fieldstone Golf Club
Greenville, Delaware
July 23 - 25, 2001

WILLINGHAM, GODWIN TAKE FIRST-ROUND FIELDSTONE LEAD

GREENVILLE, Del. - Evan Willingham of Raleigh, N.C., and Meredith Godwin of Swarthmore, Pa., captured the first-round lead in their respective divisions Tuesday at the Compaq Junior All-Star Classic at Fieldstone, conducted by the American Junior Golf Association.

Willingham, playing in the first group of the day, posted an even-par 71 at Fieldstone Golf Club, then watched and waited as 70 other players in the Boys Division were unable to match him.

"I like the course a lot," the 14-year-old said. "The fairways are some of the best I've ever played."

That was good for Willingham, who hit his tee shots with tremendous accuracy.

"I only missed one fairway," he said. "I kept the ball in play and if you do that, you can shoot some pretty low scores."

Willingham hit a rough spell in the middle of his round, but recovered to keep his good round intact.

"I doubled 8 and bogeyed 9," he explained. "I wanted to birdie the next couple of holes because they were birdie holes. I ended up making birdie at 10 and 11."

With three birdies on the back nine, Willingham fired a 2-under-par 34 after carding a 2-over 37 on the front.

Trailing Willingham by one shot is Greg Carlin of Kensington, Md., who shot 1-over-par 72. Four players are tied for third place at 73, including Seth Moul of Hagerstown, Md., Kyle Davis of Kennett Square, Pa., John-Tyler Griffin of Wilson, N.C., and Jared Taylor of Bluefield, Va.

In the Girls Division, the 15-year-old Godwin carded a 4-over-par 36-39-75 to grab a four-shot lead. Godwin played a steady round, firing 14 pars and four bogeys.

"It's tough out there," she said. "You have to place your shots perfectly or you're in a bunker or in the rough, which is very long."

To stay out of trouble, Godwin took a conservative approach, which served her well.

"I didn't use my driver a lot off the tee," said Godwin, who also had her short game in top form. "My putting and chipping were on - I got up and down almost every time."

Katie Trachok of Upper St. Clair, Pa., is four shots back in second place after an 8-over-par 79. Brittany Johnston of Akron, Ohio, and Jessica Reno of Wilmington, Del., are tied for third place at 80.

Final-round tee times at the Compaq Junior All-Star Classic at Fieldstone will begin Wednesday at 7:30 a.m. off the Nos. 1 and 10 tees at Fieldstone Golf Club.

For more information, contact the AJGA Tournament Headquarters at (302) 656-6387.

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GREENVILLE, Del. -- First-round results from the AJGA COMPAQ JUNIOR ALL-STAR CLASSIC AT FIELDSTONE conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Fieldstone Golf Club. Par: 35-36--71. Yardage: Boys: 6,391 Girls: 5,528


BOYS DIVISION

Evan Willingham (2005) Raleigh, N.C.* 37-34--71
Greg Carlin (2004) Kensington, Md.* 35-37--72
Seth Moul (2004) Hagerstown, Md.* 37-36--73
Kyle Davis (2005) Kennett Square, Pa.* 37-36--73
John-Tyler Griffin (2006) Wilson, N.C.* 37-36--73
Jared Taylor (2004) Bluefield, Va.* 37-36--73
Dan Rush (2005) Avon Lake, Ohio* 38-36--74
Andrew Dibitetto (2004) Rochester, N.Y.* 36-38--74
Joel Pokorney (2004) Sharpsville, Pa.* 37-37--74
Glenn Northcutt (2005) Dothan, Ala.* 37-37--74
Brian Steeves (2004) Wappingers Falls, N.Y.* 37-37--74
Kevin Vollmer (2004) Rockville, Md.* 37-38--75
Philip Chauncey (2006) Durham, N.C.* 37-38--75
Stephen Walton (2004) Westchester, Pa.* 39-36--75
Larry Haertel (2004) Greenwich, Conn.* 37-38--75
Kevin Lozares (2004) Mt. View, Calif.* 38-37--75
Matthew Swan (2005) Montgomery, Ala.* 38-37--75
Mike Turner (2004) Lititz, Pa.* 36-40--76
Craig Tallent (2005) Haverford, Pa.* 38-38--76
Tim Porter (2004) Wilmington, Del.* 38-38--76
Tom Guillebeau (2004) Hockessin, Del.* 37-39--76
Scott Chisholm (2003) Essex Fells, N.J.* 40-36--76
Travis Palladino (2003) Kennett Square, Pa.* 40-37--77
Jamie Wallace (2004) Moorestown, N.J.* 38-39--77
Michael Cowley (2003) Richmond, Va.* 38-39--77
Kellen Mackey (2004) Garland, Texas* 36-41--77
Tim McKenney (2006) Scottsdale, Ariz.* 36-41--77
Corey Carroll (2005) St. Simons Island, Ga.* 37-40--77
Jonathan Lai (2003) Arcadia, Calif.* 37-40--77
Jeremy Bovill (2004) Agoura Hills, Calif.* 38-40--78
Jon Curran (2005) Hopkinton, Mass.* 39-39--78
Will Osborne (2004) Wichita Falls, Texas* 37-41--78
Ryan Owens (2004) Ocean City, N.J.* 41-38--79
Jeffrey Frye (2004) Palestine, Texas* 39-40--79
Chad Fultz (2004) Staunton, Va.* 36-43--79
Myles Vlachos (2005) Monrovia, Md.* 38-42--80
Matt Coady (2003) Malvern, Pa.* 40-40--80
Patrick Shearman (2005) Rosemont, Pa.* 42-38--80
Joe Parker III (2004) Hockessin, Del.* 42-38--80
Colin Quillinan (2003) Troy, N.Y.* 38-42--80
Peter Danby (2004) Chadds Ford, Pa.* 37-44--81
Scott Marino (2004) Fairfax, Va.* 42-39--81
Pat Kloecker (2004) Erie, Pa.* 38-44--82
Adam Cohn (2004) Binghamton, N.Y.* 44-38--82
Matt Uretsky (2003) Linwood, N.J.* 40-42--82
Billy Hanes (2004) Elma, N.Y.* 41-41--82
Maxwell Wyndorf (2006) Centreville, Del.* 44-38--82
Frank Alafoginis (2004) Potomac, Md.* 40-42--82
Brian Belden (2006) Emmaus, Pa.* 42-41--83
Bryan Ott (2004) Whitehall, Pa.* 38-45--83
Jon Wilde (2003) York, Pa.* 42-41--83
Robert Womble Jr. (2006) Raleigh, N.C.* 42-41--83
Kyle Hartlaub (2004) Summit, N.J.* 44-39--83
John Calabrese (2005) Erie, Pa.* 39-45--84
Jimmy Granello (2004) Rumson, N.J.* 42-42--84
A.J. Tomasello (2004) Springfield, Pa.* 45-40--85
Boyd Steinhoff (2004) Toronto, Ontario* 41-44--85
Joseph Choma (2004) Granite Springs, N.Y.* 42-43--85
Benjamin Marsden (2004) Avondale, Pa.* 44-42--86
Conrad Von Borsig (2005) Swarthmore, Pa.* 44-42--86
Tyler Rae (2004) Hockessin, Del.* 44-42--86
Ryan Hom (2003) New York, N.Y.* 46-41--87
Corey Johnson (2004) Orchard Park, N.Y.* 48-39--87
Brent Pickrell (2005) Austin, Texas* 45-43--88
Lawrence Lessing (2004) Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.* 43-45--88
Adam Serrano (2004) O'Fallon, Ill.* 47-42--89
Nathaniel Hundt (2003) Chevy Chase, Md.* 49-40--89
Nick Ryder (2004) Rosemont, Pa.* 47-46--93
Gabe Cohen (2003) Washington, D.C.* 58-37--95
Ryan Gabel (2004) Poughkeepsie, N.Y.* 54-41--95
Michael Zagaski (2004) Windsor, Conn.* 47-49--96
Chris Morrison (2005) Avon, Conn.* WD

GIRLS DIVISION

Meredith Godwin (2004) Swarthmore, Pa.* 36-39--75
Katie Trachok (2004) Upper St. Clair, Pa.* 40-39--79
Jessica Reno (2003) Wilmington, Del.* 41-39--80
Brittany Johnston (2004) Akron, Ohio* 42-38--80
Jordyn Wells (2004) Bethel Park, Pa.* 43-41--84
Kristine Cook (2004) Fishers, Ind.* 43-43--86
Meredith McMahan (2005) San Antonio, Texas* 38-50--88
Megan Mangone (2005) Windham, N.H.* 41-48--89
Emily Pavesich (2004) Glen Arm, Md.* 44-46--90
Julia Potter (2006) Granger, Ind.* 46-45--91

 
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