Whistler Golf Club
Whistler, British Columbia
August 20-23, 2001

Fifty-nine players to conclude second round Thursday morning

WHISTLER, B.C.-- Rains that have been falling for two straight days finally caught up with Whistler Golf Club on Wednesday afternoon as conditions became unplayable to finish the second round. Fifty-nine players will conclude the second round Thursday at 7 a.m., then will play nine holes in the afternoon, shortening the tournament to 45 holes.

The FutureLinks Junior at Whistler, conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, features 84 golfers, ages 13-18, from 10 states and four Canadian provinces. Thirty-three players from Canada and three AJGA Polo Golf Junior All-Americans are included in the field.

The precipitation started Tuesday morning, and has fallen steadily since. The players got a brief break from the showers this morning, but it started falling again around 8 a.m. A heavy downpour suspended play at 10:55 a.m., which caused a one-hour and 36-minute delay. Play resumed around 12:30 p.m., but rains continued to fall before play was finally suspended for good at 2:14 p.m.

Twenty-four golfers, however, did complete their rounds. Zack Miller of San Rafeal, Calif., and Dustin Frontis of Yakima, Wash., finished the round with a two-day total of even-par 142.

Miller, competing in his sixth AJGA tournament this summer, shot an even-par 71 for the second straight day to grab a share of the lead. Miller overcame a slow start, bogeying the first two holes and three of the first five. He turned it around with birdies on Nos. 6, 8 and 9 to make the turn at 1-under-par 35.

"I had to work my way to get back to 1-under," Miller said. "I hit a lot of good irons off the tee to keep the ball in play, because my grips were getting wet."

Miller, who won the AJGA Shell World Golf Village Junior Championship in late-July, took a conservative approach to his round.

"I hit more approaches to the center of the green," Miller added. "I didn't take very many chances and I just wanted to make pars today."

Miller will be looking to become a multiple-event winner on the AJGA tour this summer.

"I need more putts to fall tomorrow to have a chance," Miller said. "If I can do that, I should be able to put up a low number."

Frontis, playing in his third event, had an up-and-down round en route to his 1-under-par 70. Frontis recorded four birdies in a five-hole span on the front nine, then withstood three straight bogeys to record his 70.

"I hit a lot of close approach shots today that set up my birdies," Frontis said. "After the stretch of bogeys, I played in even-par the rest of the way."

Frontis, who finished sixth at the AJGA Compaq Junior Championship at Trophy Lake, enjoys playing in adverse conditions.

"Being from Washington, I have an advantage because I have played several times in bad weather," Frontis added. "For tomorrow, I just need to go out and avoid any letdowns."

For more information on the AJGA FutureLinks Junior at Whistler, contact tournament headquarters at (604) 905-5019.


WHISTLER, British Columbia -- Second-round results from the AJGA FUTURELINKS JUNIOR AT WHISTLER conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Whistler Golf Club. Par: 36-35--71. Yardage: Boys: 6,488 Girls: 5,743


Ryan Vallely (2001) Lethbridge, Alberta* 68-71--139
Kyle Patterson (2001) Mukilteo, Wash.* 69-72--141
Zack Miller (2003) San Rafael, Calif.* 71-71--142
Dustin Frontis (2002) Yakima, Wash.* 72-70--142
Reid Rader (2003) Kenmore, Wash.* 73-71--144
Brendan Steele (2001) Idyllwild, Calif.* 73-71--144
Ryan Keeney (2002) Redmond, Wash.* 75-70--145
Richard Woo (2004) Mukilteo, Wash.* 75-70--145
Kyle Johnson (2001) Corvallis, Ore.* 73-72--145
Ryan Yip (2002) Calgary, Alberta* 72-74--146
Jake Easterly (2002) Leavenworth, Wash.* 74-72--146
Brandon Fry (2002) Victoria, B.C.* 70-77--147
Blake Brown (2001) Atascadero, Calif.* 73-75--148
Blake Lugar (2002) Hayden Lake, Idaho* 78-70--148
Mike Zefkeles (2002) Medina, Wash.* 71-77--148
Seann Harlingten (2005) Scottsdale, Ariz.* 73-76--149
Kenny Palmer (2004) Scottsdale, Ariz.* 77-73--150
Louie Bishop (2003) Murrieta, Calif.* 75-75--150
Joseph Kim (2003) Laguna Niguel, Calif.* 75-76--151
Sean Packer (2003) Sumner, Wash.* 75-76--151
Dustin Pewarchuk (2002) Victoria, B.C.* 78-73--151
Scott James (2002) Victoria, B.C.* 79-73--152
Craig Leslie (2004) Spokane, Wash.* 80-72--152
Steven Dales (2003) Abbotsford, B.C.* 78-74--152
Colin Gilliam (2002) Mission, B.C.* 70-83--153
Greg McAuley (2001) Surrey, B.C.* 75-78--153
Andy Tolman (2003) Poulsbo, Wash.* 77-76--153
Michael Baca (2004) Fresno, Calif.* 80-74--154
Kyle Nathan (2002) Winnetka, Ill.* 72-83--155
Jonathan Edwards (2001) Weiser, Idaho* 80-75--155
Daron Kirkendall (2001) Calgary, Alberta* 77-79--156
Andrew Patterson (2002) Kirkland, Wash.* 77-79--156
Jeremy Pierce (2003) Prince Rupert, B.C.* 77-79--156
James Lee (2002) Cerritos, Calif.* 77-79--156
Jason Roundtree (2002) Bellevue, Wash.* 80-76--156
Ryan Ellis (2002) Cumberland, Ontario* 78-79--157
James Allenby (2002) Langley, B.C.* 80-77--157
James Roxburgh (2003) Vancouver, B.C.* 77-80--157
David Poirier (2002) Thunderbay, Ontario* 78-80--158
Conor Bancroft (2003) Englewood, Colo.* 79-80--159
Brett Lauder (2001) Dawson Creek, B.C.* 84-75--159
Bryon Thom (2002) Squamish, B.C.* 81-78--159
Jack Martyn (2004) Calgary, Alberta* 79-80--159
Daniel Kush (2002) Tustin, Calif.* 81-79--160
Brett Ryan (2001) Stittsville, Ontario* 78-82--160
Austin Wang (2004) Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.* 77-84--161
Stephen Thomas (2002) Vancouver, B.C.* 83-78--161
Jason Weightman (2001) Calgary, Alberta* 77-85--162
Gord Yakura (2004) Vancouver, B.C.* 81-81--162
Jay Snyder (2002) Vancouver, B.C.* 75-88--163
Austin Lacey (2004) Calgary, Alberta* 83-81--164
Andrew Chapman (2002) White Rock, B.C.* 84-80--164
Andy Hessen (2002) Three Forks, Mont.* 82-82--164
Sean Lowry (2001) Oakville, Ontario* 75-89--164
Ryan Aker (2003) Port Orchard, Wash.* 81-84--165
Jeff Hanak (2003) Sidney, B.C.* 85-80--165
Ryan Nixon (2001) Terrace, B.C.* 83-84--167
Ajae Slayton (2003) Mount Vernon, Wash.* 88-79--167
Matt Fladwood (2003) Redmond, Ore.* 88-79--167
Philip Mullin (2002) Whitehorse, Yukon Territory* 91-77--168
Scott Sellers (2003) Squamish, B.C.* 83-86--169
Charlie Ruppert (2002) Minot, N.D.* 87-84--171
Aristo Shyn (2006) Anchorage, Alaska* 86-86--172
Woodrow Gustafson (2001) Boise, Idaho* 83-91--174
Kris Kwiatkowski (2002) Calgary, Alberta* 91-85--176
Rob Grayson (2002) Pocatello, Idaho* 89-88--177
Ross MacPherson (2002) Victoria, B.C.* 90-87--177
Frasier McGlenen (2005) Vancouver, B.C.* 93-93--186
Chris Wahlroth (2001) Surrey, B.C.* ---WD


Kristen Svicarovich (2003) Hillsboro, Ore.* 78-71--149
Eom Ji Park (2003) Vancouver, B.C.* 77-78--155
Dannielle Renner (2002) Coaldale, Alberta* 80-77--157
Seiko Onoue (2002) La Habra, Calif.* 79-82--161
Renee Skidmore (2004) Everett, Wash.* 80-81--161
Adrienne White (2002) Red Deer, Alberta* 77-84--161
Nicole Smith (2005) Riverside, Calif.* 83-79--162
Kelly Weisgarber (2003) Fargo, N.D.* 82-80--162
Lauren Ressler (2002) Bellingham, Wash.* 81-83--164
Jill Ferrante (2003) Battle Ground, Wash.* 83-85--168
Elizabeth Reid (2003) Calgary, Alberta* 86-85--171
Stephanie Parsley (2002) Chelan, Wash.* 88-84--172
Christin Thomson (2002) International Falls, Minn.* 93-88--181
Taryn Haladay (2001) Lake Oswego, Ore.* 98-91--189
Babe Prante (2004) Olympia, Wash.* 100---WD

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