AJGA CLUBCORP JUNIOR AT MISSION HILLS QUALIFIER
Pepsi Qualifier Series presented by ClubCorp

Cimarron Golf Club
Cathedral City, Calif.
June 24, 2001

NINE BOYS, THREE GIRLS FILL FINAL SPOTS FOR
AJGA CLUBCORP JUNIOR AT MISSION HILLS

CATHEDRAL CITY, Calif. - Taylor Neal of Thousand Oaks, Calif., and Andrew Price of Mission Viejo, Calif., both fired 74 to share medalist honors in the Boys Division at the AJGA ClubCorp Junior at Mission Hills Qualifier. Allison Martin of Bakersfield, Calif., and Jane Park of La Crescenta, Calif., both shot 76 to be crowned co-medalists in the Girls Division.

The 20th annual ClubCorp Junior at Mission Hills, conducted by the American Junior Golf Association runs June 25-28. The 84-player field includes players representing 10 states and Scotland.

Extremely windy conditions lead to a number of higher scores from players attempting to qualify for one of the nine available boys' spots and three girls' spots in the AJGA ClubCorp Junior at Mission Hills.

Price's first nine total of 33 followed by a 41 was characteristic of many players in that he thrived early during the calmer conditions and struggled to battle through the winds later in the day.

"I was able to sink some putts early and got off to a really good start," Price said. "Once the wind picked up, I knew the scores would be high, so I just kept my composure and made pars. I felt pretty confident at the turn and knew that if I could hold it together, that I would qualify."

Neal also credited keeping his patience as the key to qualifying.

"I hit the ball great all day, but I just couldn't make any putts. I just tried to go out and hit the ball low and if you make bogey, you make bogey."

Also qualifying in the Boys Division were Michael Wilson of Pacific Grove, Calif., D.J. Reeves of Mission Viejo, Calif., Daniel Cho of Diamond Bar, Calif., and Michael McCaig of Fountain Valley, Calif., at 75. Scott MacDonald of Playa Del Rey, Calif., Steven Bullock of Dove County, Calif., and David Yoon of Irvine, Calif., qualified after scores of 76 placed them in a sudden-death playoff.

In the Girls Division, balanced nines lead both Martin and Park on their way to medalist honors on a day when they both knew that a higher score would not necessarily keep them from qualifying.

"I knew with the conditions being what they were that anything around par would be a good score," Martin said. "Even though 76 isn't a great score, I thought that with the wind maybe I could do something and I managed to stay consistent."

Park realized that conforming to the conditions was what lead to her 37-39--76 total.

"I had to hit a lot of lower shots and I really executed those well," Park said. "Seventy-six is a good score under the conditions. I didn't think I would shoot that low considering the wind."

Rounding out the qualifiers in the Girls Division was Nikki Jacoby of San Diego at 79.

The first round of the AJGA ClubCorp Junior at Mission Hills begins Tuesday, June 26, with the first tee time set for 6:30 a.m., at Mission Hills Country Club.

For more information about the AJGA ClubCorp Junior at Mission Hills or other AJGA events, please call tournament headquarters (760) 324-9400 extension 508.

CATHEDRAL CITY, Calif. -- Qualifier results from the CLUBCORP JUNIOR AT MISSION HILLS QUALIFIER conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Cimarron Golf Club. Par: 36-35--71. Yardage: Boys: 6,659 Girls: 5,513


BOYS DIVISION

Qualified

Andrew Price (2001) Mission Viejo, Calif.* 41-33--74
Taylor Neal (2002) Thousand Oaks, Calif.* 35-39--74
Michael Wilson (2002) Pacific Grove, Calif.* 39-36--75
D.J. Reeves (2002) Mission Viejo, Calif.* 42-33--75
Daniel Cho (2006) Diamond Bar, Calif.* 38-37--75
Michael McCaig (2003) Fountain Valley, Calif.* 41-34--75
*Scott MacDonald (2002) Playa Del Rey, Calif.* 39-37--76
*Steven Bullock (2002) Dove Canyon, Calif.* 40-36--76
*David Yoon (2004) Irvine, Calif.* 40-36--76

Failed to Qualify

Brandon Christianson (2004) Valencia, Calif.* 40-36--76
Daniel Lee (2002) Huntington Beach, Calif.* 40-37--77
Matthew Shin (2003) Cerritos, Calif.* 39-38--77
Peter Bozzo (2001) Salinas, Calif.* 39-38--77
Andrew Crowe (2002) Murrieta, Calif.* 39-38--77
Jason Wilk (2003) Agoura Hills, Calif.* 42-35--77
Jonathan Feuerhelm (2002) Granada Hills, Calif.* 38-39--77
Kevin Austin (2001) Apple Valley, Calif.* 40-38--78
Kurt Taylor (2002) Thousand Oaks, Calif.* 42-36--78
Mike Paglialonga (2002) Atascadero, Calif.* 39-39--78
Bobby Martin (2005) Bakersfield, Calif.* 44-34--78
Ian Hjulberg (2003) Riverside, Calif.* 40-38--78
Tim Cha (2005) Chino Hills, Calif.* 44-34--78
Nick Healy (2002) Palos Verdes Estates, Calif.* 42-36--78
Chris Donnelly (2002) Salinas, Calif.* 37-41--78
Adam Albrecht (2003) Calabasas, Calif.* 42-36--78
Jamie Puterbaugh (2003) Carlsbad, Calif.* 40-39--79
Jason Puterbaugh (2002) Carlsbad, Calif.* 42-37--79
Sean King (2003) Ventura, Calif.* 37-42--79
Ryan Grant (2002) Scottsdale, Ariz.* 39-40--79
Cade Carradine (2001) Carpinteria, Calif.* 39-40--79
Ryan Sader (2001) Brea, Calif.* 41-38--79
Garrett Lipus (2002) Trabuco Canyon, Calif.* 43-36--79
Ali Siam (2001) Westlake Village, Calif.* 42-37--79
Alex Madar (2003) Alamo, Calif.* 42-37--79
Ryan McGovern (2003) Placentia, Calif.* 42-37--79
Ryan Fritz (2001) Rancho Mirage, Calif.* 40-39--79
Ben Miller (2002) Palos Verdes Estates, Calif.* 39-41--80
Brian Van Heel (2002) Thousand Oaks, Calif.* 41-39--80
Ryan Carter (2001) Hacienda Heights, Calif.* 41-39--80
Brandon Harkins (2004) Walnut Creek, Calif.* 41-39--80
Nic Janneck (2003) Sherman Oaks, Calif.* 42-38--80
Nick Zell (2004) Simi Valley, Calif.* 40-40--80
Ryan Wright (2002) Brea, Calif.* 46-34--80
Billy Whalen (2003) Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.* 42-39--81
Danny Wendt (2002) Kingman, Ariz.* 44-37--81
Chris Lavery (2003) Irvine, Calif.* 45-36--81
Blair Harkins (2002) Palos Verdes Estates, Calif.* 40-41--81
Woogene Lee (2003) Fountain Valley, Calif.* 40-41--81
Ricky Romano (2003) Murrieta, Calif.* 40-41--81
Matthew Voerding (2003) Boulder City, Nev.* 40-41--81
David Dragoo (2004) Scottsdale, Ariz.* 40-41--81
Matthew Fields (2001) Los Angeles, Calif.* 41-40--81
Ryan Miller (2003) Poway, Calif.* 43-39--82
Michael Bang (2002) Littleton, Colo.* 41-41--82
James Lee (2005) La Mirada, Calif.* 42-40--82
Marty Melcher (2003) Redlands, Calif.* 41-41--82
Steven Russo (2002) Monterey, Calif.* 42-40--82
Dennis Huh (2004) La Palma, Calif.* 44-38--82
Jared Tarlow (2003) Calabasas, Calif.* 45-37--82
Drew Reynolds (2002) Lee's Summit, Mo.* 43-40--83
Matt Reid (2002) Poway, Calif.* 39-44--83
Paul Yang (2002) La Mirada, Calif.* 40-43--83
Brandon Beck (2003) Oak Park, Calif.* 42-41--83
P.J. Marcello (2001) Mukilteo, Wash.* 44-39--83
Daniel Kim (2002) Torrance, Calif.* 41-42--83
Jonathan Lai (2003) Arcadia, Calif.* 42-41--83
Darren Schwartz (2003) Westlake Village, Calif.* 42-41--83
Daniel Chin (2003) Huntington Beach, Calif.* 41-43--84
Steven Crossley (2002) Las Vegas, Nev.* 45-39--84
John Meek (2001) Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.* 43-41--84
Paul Imondi (2003) Tustin, Calif.* 40-45--85
Eric Cooley (2003) Los Alamitos, Calif.* 47-38--85
Gregg Gauvin (2004) Valencia, Calif.* 47-39--86
Reyn Murphy (2003) Los Alamitos, Calif.* 43-43--86
Kenta Minejima (2002) Irvine, Calif.* 44-42--86
Eugene Choi (2003) Granada Hills, Calif.* 46-41--87
Joel Monson (2002) Sammamish, Wash.* 47-40--87
Drew Kravis (2003) Calabasas, Calif.* 40-47--87
Ryan Taylor (2004) Corona, Calif.* 44-44--88
James Driscoll (2004) Pasadena, Calif.* 46-42--88
Mike Zaniboni (2003) Huntington Beach, Calif.* 44-44--88
Kris Price (2003) Mission Viejo, Calif.* 46-42--88
Bryan Angel (2001) Clovis, Calif.* 48-41--89
John Lorenzo (2003) Laguna Hills, Calif.* 44-45--89
Luke Eaton (2003) Monrovia, Calif.* 45-47--92
Shawn Owens (2004) Winnemucca, Nev.* 46-51--97

*Won on first hole of sudden-death playoff

GIRLS DIVISION

Qualified

Allison Martin (2003) Bakersfield, Calif.* 38-38--76
Jane Park (2005) La Crescenta, Calif.* 38-38--76
Nikki Jacoby (2002) San Diego, Calif.* 42-37--79

Failed to Qualify

Minnie Choi (2003) Fountain Valley, Calif.* 42-38--80
Michelle Camaione (2003) Upland, Calif.* 40-41--81
Tiffany Rogers (2002) Walnut, Calif.* 37-44--81
Holly Lampert (2002) Northridge, Calif.* 41-40--81
Reana Yun (2002) Glendale, Calif.* 43-43--86
Julie Kim (2002) Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.* 46-41--87
Meggie Fagundes (2002) Atwater, Calif.* 42-46--88
Jennifer Parkes (2002) Newhall, Calif.* 43-46--89
Kristin Smith (2002) Moorpark, Calif.* 40-49--89
Deanna Slaman (2002) San Diego, Calif.* 43-46--89
Erin Kato (2002) Hacienda Hts, Calif.* 43-46--89
Kristin Walizer (2001) La Canada, Calif.* 48-42--90
Beth Gates (2002) Villa Park, Calif.* WD (Heat Exhaustion)

 
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