AJGA OSSO JUNIOR AT OAK TREE
Oak Tree Country Club
Edmond, Okla.
Sunday, June 23, 2002

CONLON, CAMPBELL GRAB MEDALIST HONORS AT OAK TREE QUALIFIER
AJGA OSSO Junior at Oak Tree adds 14 boys, two girls to field

EDMOND, Okla. - Mark Conlon of Arlington, Texas, fired a 1-under-par 69 Sunday to claim medalist honors in the Boys Division of the AJGA OSSO Junior at Oak Tree Qualifier. Tamara Campbell of Lawton, Okla., shot 82 at the par-70 Oak Tree Country Club's East Course to take the top spot in the Girls Division.

Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, the 18-hole qualifier gave 96 juniors from nine states the opportunity to earn one of 16 spots available in the AJGA OSSO Junior at Oak Tree, which runs June 25-27.

After playing the course yesterday, Conlon told his friends the only hole he didn't want to start on was No. 14 and that was exactly where he teed up his first shot of his qualifying round.
"My heart was just pounding during my first shot of the day," Conlon, 16, said. "I ended up making a great shot and birdied the hole."

Conlon carded five birdies on the day, including back-to-back birdies on Nos. 2 and 3, and 13 and 14.

"I've never shot in the 60s in an AJGA tournament so I was really thrilled," Conlon said.

Also qualifying in the Boys Division was Blaine Bailess of Mesa, Ariz., Trey Kampfer of Rockwall, Texas, Jason Clamors of Ozark, Mo., Taylor McNeely of Duncanville, Texas, Taylor Lews of Broken Arrow, Okla., Andrew Maronek of Stillwater, Okla., John Hurley of Norman, Okla., Ryan Kornmann of Kingwood, Texas, Matthew Weinman of Council Grove, Kan., and Tyler Stalker, of Springfield, Mo.

Ronnie Van Woesik of Plano, Texas, Nathaniel Spencer of Lawrence, Kan., and Brad Jewel of Grapevine, Texas, survived a four-player, sudden-death playoff to claim the final three qualifying spots.

In her first AJGA event, Campbell, 16, qualified with the help of her strong putting and birdies on Nos. 1, 4 and 15.

"Putting saved me today because that was the only thing I did well," Campbell said.

Lyndsey Adams from Joplin, Mo., shot an 85 to claim the other qualifying spot in the Girls Division.

The 54-hole Championship will feature 144 players from 18 states, with 49 players hailing from Oklahoma. Past champions of the event include PGA TOUR player Bob Estes, who won the event in 1984, and LPGA TOUR player Kelle Booth, who claimed the 1991 title.

First-round action begins with the first wave of tee times beginning at 7:30 a.m. on Tuesday, June 25 off the No. 1 and 10 tees at the Oak Tree Country Club, East Course. The second wave gets underway at 12 p.m.

For more information on the AJGA OSSO Junior at Oak Tree, contact our tournament headquarters at (405) 330-9545.

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