AJGA CLUBCORP JUNIOR AT MISSION HILLS
Mission Hills Country Club, Arnold Palmer Course
Rancho Mirage, California
June 24-27, 2002

BOGEY-FREE ROUND KEEPS HAN ATOP BOYS DIVISION
Lee remains sub-par for Girls Division lead

RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif. - Seung Su Han of Chino Hills, Calif., widened his lead in the Boys Division to four strokes, carding a 5-under-par 67 in the second round of the AJGA ClubCorp Junior at Mission Hills. In the Girls Division, Jennie Lee of Huntington Beach, Calif., scored a 1-over-par 73 to maintain the top spot.

The 54-hole event, conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, is being held on the par-72 Arnold Palmer Course at Mission Hills Country Club. The 84-player field features players from eight states, including 70 California natives and 15 Polo Golf Junior All-Americans.

Han said his confidence carried him through the second round, as he blasted five birdies in his bogey-free round to go 5-under-par for a tournament total of 133.

"Right now I have a lot of confidence," he said. "I feel great before I hit the ball."

The 15-year-old was 4-under headed to his last tee, and placed a 7-iron three feet from the hole for an easy birdie on No. 9. Han nailed four putts from beyond 15 feet to tally birdies on Nos. 5, 7, 13 and 15.

"This morning I had a good feeling with my putting," he said. "It was perfect putting."

Daniel Im of La Mirada, Calif., trails Han in second place after shooting a 3-under-par 69. The 17-year-old made birdies on Nos. 3, 13, 14, 16 and 18 but bogeyed the ninth and 15th holes for a two-day total of 137.

With a lone bogey on No. 15, Kyle Gentry of Carmel, Calif., carded a birdie on No. 18 and added an eagle on the par-5 514-yard third hole to go 2-under-par and tally a 139 tournament total for third. David Yoon of Irvine, Calif., is in fourth after shooting 1-under-par 71 for a total of 140.

California natives Phillip Telliard of Riverside, Jay Choe of Yorba Linda and Pansing Singhaseni of Beverly Hills are tied for fifth at 141 to round out the Boys Division top five.

In the Girls Division, though Lee stumbled out of the starting blocks with three bogeys on her first nine holes, she picked up the tempo and fired birdies on Nos. 5, 8 and 9 to score a 73 and finish with a two-day total of 141.

Angela Park of Torrance, Calif., is in second place, scoring 2-over-par 74 for a tournament total of 145. Hannah Jun of San Diego, Calif., trails closely with a total of 146 to round out the Girls Division top three.

Final round action begins Thursday at 6:30 a.m. off the No. 1 and 10 tees of the Palmer Course at Mission Hills Country Club.

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

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Weekly Results
Bishops Gate Golf Academy Preseason Junior at Ocala
Boys
Total
T
1
Calle Hagstrom
141
T
1
Benjamin Hjort
141
3
Louis-Francois Charpentier
142
Girls
Total
1
Christina (Siqing) Lu
150
2
Rina Jung
155
T
3
Natalie Petersen
156
T
3
Christen Simons
156
Preseason Junior at North Hampton presented by the City of Jacksonville
Boys
Total
1
Logan Membrino
143
T
2
Cecil Wegener
149
T
2
Connor Futrell
149
Girls
Total
1
Alexa Rivas
152
2
Claire Fitzgerald
153
3
Kristin Whitehead
158
Under Armour® / Hunter Mahan Championship
Boys
Total
1
*Brandon Smith
142
2
Riley Casey
142
3
Thomas Lewis
144
Girls
Total
1
Courtney Dow
142
T
2
Xinying Wang
145
T
2
Hailey Jones
145
T
2
Bailey Tardy
145
Preseason Junior at Diablo Grande
Boys
Total
1
Ryan Grauman
145
2
Seldon Doyle
148
3
Zackary Kaneshiro
151
Girls
Total
1
Hannah Ko
145
2
Linyu Dong
150
3
Carol Cheng
151
* Won via sudden-death playoff
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