The Auld Course
Chula Vista, California
August 13-16, 2001

Allison Martin separates herself from Girls Division

CHULA VISTA, Calif. - Lenny Park of Rowland Heights, Calif., took his two-stroke, first-round lead and extended it to four by carding a 4-under-par 68 Wednesday at the AJGA Legendary Headwear San Diego Junior. In the Girls Division, Allison Martin of Bakersfield, Calif., shot a 2-under-par 70 to take sole possession of first place by three strokes.

Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, the 84-player field includes juniors ages 13-18 from seven states including 68 Californians. Hosted by the par-72 Auld Course, this week's tournament features some of the brightest and best juniors in the country.

Park started the day off on the right foot, continuing his domination of The Auld Course. He birdied the first three holes going out and never looked back.

He now has the arduous task of keeping the four shot lead he worked so hard to build the previous two rounds. However, his 67-68--135 two-day total has put him four strokes ahead, a good position to be in.

"I feel a little different than normal when I play," Park said of being the leader everyone is gunning for. "I want to sink every shot. The most important thing is good club selection."

Park, who moved to Rowland Heights just last September from South Korea, is struggling more with his English than with his golf game. With more tournaments, courses and teachers now available, Park now has the ability to showcase his talents.

"It is great to be here," Park said. "I've worked hard. I'm concentrating on every single shot."

Those gunning for Park tomorrow include David Yoon of Irvine, Calif., Tyler Ley of Santa Barbara, Calif., and Breene Murphy of Los Alamitos, Calif., at 139 and Kyle Gentry of Carmel, Calif., at 140.

In the Girls Division, Martin also stretched her lead during the second round. She shared the lead with Walailak Satarak of Paramount, Calif., when the day began. She attributes making clutch par putts and getting up-and-down to her 69-70--139 tournament total.

"My long par putts on (Nos.) three and five were like birdies," she said. "Every time I got out of trouble it gave me the confidence I needed. I really didn't make many mistakes."

Martin realizes what it takes to finish a tournament strong. Her wins at the AJGA Ashworth Junior Classic at Quail Ranch and the AJGA ClubCorp Junior at Mission Hills earlier in the summer prepared her for what is to come.

"You still have to be aggressive," Martin said after her one bogey, three birdie performance. "The first two days no longer mean anything. They put you in position, but the final round is really a tournament within itself. Anything can happen."

Satarak is still close after her 1-over-par round. She trails by three strokes with a tournament total of 142. Jane Park of Torrance, Calif., is alone in third at 145.

Final-round action begins Thursday, with tee times running from 6:45-8:42 a.m. off the No. 1 and 10 tees.

For more information on the AJGA Legendary Headwear San Diego Junior, contact tournament headquarters at (619) 482-2860.

CHULA VISTA, Calif. -- Second-round results from the AJGA LEGENDARY HEADWEAR SAN DIEGO JUNIOR conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at The Auld Course. Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: Boys: 6,715 Girls: 5,889.


Lenny Park (2002) Rowland Heights, Calif.* 67-68--135
David Yoon (2004) Irvine, Calif.* 69-70--139
Tyler Ley (2002) Santa Barbara, Calif.* 69-70--139
Breene Murphy (2001) Los Alamitos, Calif.* 70-69--139
Kyle Gentry (2002) Carmel, Calif.* 70-70--140
Brian Edick (2002) Valencia, Calif.* 70-72--142
Anthony Kim (2003) La Quinta, Calif.* 73-69--142
Taylor Wood (2002) Laguna Niguel, Calif.* 68-74--142
Scott MacDonald (2002) Playa Del Rey, Calif.* 69-74--143
Zach Mowbray (2002) Mesa, Ariz.* 70-74--144
Daniel Im (2004) La Mirada, Calif.* 71-73--144
Matt Kern (2001) Castro Valley, Calif.* 73-71--144
Bryson Young (2002) Reno, Nev.* 72-72--144
Ben Marsh (2003) Paradise Valley, Ariz.* 74-70--144
Cody Upham (2002) Vancouver, Wash.* 75-69--144
Chris Heintz (2003) Brea, Calif.* 73-72--145
Pansing Singhaseni (2002) Beverly Hills, Calif.* 72-73--145
Peter Campbell (2003) Encinitas, Calif.* 73-72--145
Jon Friedman (2001) Irvine, Calif.* 73-73--146
Daniel Kreindler (2002) Danville, Calif.* 74-72--146
Daniel Kush (2002) Tustin, Calif.* 74-72--146
Clay Ogden (2003) West Point, Utah* 71-76--147
Jong Yoon (2003) San Ramon, Calif.* 75-72--147
Jonathan Lenz (2002) San Antonio, Texas* 73-74--147
Michael Feuerstein (2002) La Jolla, Calif.* 74-74--148
Sean Packer (2003) Sumner, Wash.* 75-73--148
James Fahselt (2004) San Diego, Calif.* 77-71--148
Mathew Schreiber (2001) Laguna Niguel, Calif.* 71-77--148
Danny Min (2003) Placentia, Calif.* 74-75--149
Erik Olson (2002) Renton, Wash.* 77-72--149
Justin Gravatt (2002) Olympia, Wash.* 76-73--149
Steve Han (2005) Diamond Bar, Calif.* 77-73--150
Zach Christ (2002) Santa Rosa, Calif.* 76-74--150
Daniel Lee (2002) Huntington Beach, Calif.* 75-76--151
Matt Toohey (2001) Fair Oaks Ranch, Texas* 81-70--151
Tim Cha (2005) Chino Hills, Calif.* 78-73--151
Daniel Cho (2006) Diamond Bar, Calif.* 74-77--151
David Siordia (2002) Santa Barbara, Calif.* 75-77--152
Bobby Pancratz (2002) Chandler, Ariz.* 76-77--153
Kyle Shelly (2002) San Diego, Calif.* 74-79--153
Brett Borchers (2001) Pleasanton, Calif.* 72-81--153
Dillon Lawlor (2004) San Diego, Calif.* 79-75--154
Matthew Ma (2002) Aiea, Hawaii* 70-84--154
Kyle Dowden (2003) Somis, Calif.* 81-74--155
Darren Blair (2003) Coto De Caza, Calif.* 77-79--156
Kenny Kim (2004) Cerritos, Calif.* 79-77--156
Andrew Price (2001) Mission Viejo, Calif.* 83-73--156
Blake Moore (2002) Monrovia, Calif.* 79-79--158
Nathan Phan (2005) San Diego, Calif.* 84-74--158
Younggi Choi (2002) Lafayette, Calif.* 80-78--158
Chris Pederson (2001) Thousand Oaks, Calif.* 81-79--160
Ryan McCaffrey (2002) Bakersfield, Calif.* 78-83--161
Gregory Chu (2004) Chula Vista, Calif.* 83-78--161
Benji Rolsky (2002) Scottsdale, Ariz.* 81-82--163
Dillon Dougherty (2001) Woodland, Calif.* 81-82--163
Cory Segall (2002) La Jolla, Calif.* 83-81--164
Aaron Hendry (2002) San Luis Obispo, Calif.* 89-77--166
Justin Ancheta (2003) San Diego, Calif.* 87-80--167
Ryan Ring (2002) Pleasanton, Calif.* 84-86--170
Jay Choi (2002) Buena Park, Calif.* 78-DQ (Rule 6-3a)


Allison Martin (2003) Bakersfield, Calif.* 69-70--139
Walailak Satarak (2001) Paramount, Calif.* 69-73--142
Jane Park (2005) La Crescenta, Calif.* 75-70--145
Jane Lee (2004) Torrance, Calif.* 71-75--146
Irene Cho (2002) La Habra, Calif.* 75-73--148
Charlotte Mayorkas (2001) Chula Vista, Calif.* 77-71--148
Jennie Lee (2005) Huntington Beach, Calif.* 77-72--149
Hannah Jun (2003) San Diego, Calif.* 76-73--149
Sung Lee (2002) Tacoma, Wash.* 75-75--150
Ina Kim (2001) Encino, Calif.* 72-79--151
Erin Andrews (2002) Las Vegas, Nev.* 77-75--152
Sara Jones (2002) Valencia, Calif.* 77-75--152
Carling Cho (2002) San Juan Capo, Calif.* 80-73--153
Sommer Scholl (2005) Riverside, Calif.* 79-75--154
Sarah Bassett (2002) Spokane, Wash.* 77-77--154
Jennifer Tangtiphaiboontana (2003) Long Beach, Calif.* 77-78--155
Priscilla Park (2002) Santa Ana, Calif.* 80-77--157
Emma Stachowicz (2002) Pacific Palisades, Calif.* 80-79--159
Minnie Choi (2003) Fountain Valley, Calif.* 78-87--165
Tiffany Joh (2005) San Diego, Calif.* 88-78--166
Sarah Trenschel (2002) Santa Barbara, Calif.* 86-80--166
Deanna Slaman (2002) San Diego, Calif.* 92-81--173
Holly Lampert (2002) Northridge, Calif.* 94-84--178
Mika Takayama (2002) Alameda, Calif.* 78 -WD (Illness)

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