AJGA ASHWORTH POSTSEASON
JUNIOR AT LAKE OF THE OZARKS
The Lodge of Four Seasons, Witch's Cove Course
Lake Ozark, Missouri
October 4-6, 2002
BOWMAN, BREWER FIRE 71, SHARE LEAD GOING
INTO FINAL ROUND AT OZARKS Pair holds three shot lead over rest of the field
LAKE OZARK, Mo. - Shooting 71, Austin Bowman of Pryor,
Okla., and Clark Brewer of Brentwood, Tenn., both shined on
the back nine to lead the field into Sunday's final round
of the AJGA Ashworth Postseason Junior at Lake of the Ozarks.
Bowman and Brewer hold a three-shot lead over Zachary Replogle
of Broken Arrow, Okla., who shot a three-over-par 74.
The 36-hole event, conducted by the American Junior Golf Association,
is being held at the par-71 The Lodge of Four Seasons, Witch's
Cove Course in Lake Ozark, Mo. The boys-only tournament is
one of eight tournaments in the AJGA Ashworth Preseason/Postseason
Junior Series, designed to provide playing opportunities to
juniors who have not yet played in an AJGA event.
After starting with three bogeys and a pair of birdies, Bowman
settled down, parring the next 12 of 13 holes. Bowman's consistency
was enough to give him a share of the lead after one round.
"I didn't do anything spectacular today," said Bowman.
"If you keep it in play out there, you can do pretty
The 16-year-old Oklahoma native is playing in his first AJGA
event and credits the quality of the golf course for some
of his success.
"The greens are really nice and the fairways are the
nicest I have ever played on," said Bowman. "Tomorrow
I am just going to try and play the course like I did today."
Brewer played a nearly identical round, with only two bogeys
and as many birdies to bring him back to even par. Aside from
crediting perfect weather and course conditions, Brewer was
pleased with his work around the greens.
"The greens were rolling really well and I was able to
make a lot of putts from within 10 feet," said Brewer.
"It was hard to get the feel at first, but I just waited
patiently and the shots came as they came."
Brewer proved he could make the long putts as well, when he
hit a 40-foot putt for birdie from off the green at the par-3
Rounding out the top five are Campbell Brewer of Brentwood,
Tenn., Nathan Davidson of Lohman, Mo., and Thomas Villani
of Tulsa, Okla., at 76. Campbell is the twin brother of first-round
co-leader Clark Brewer.
The medalist of the event will receive three automatic entries
into AJGA events in 2003. The top-five finishers will receive
two automatic entries, while those who place in the top 15
will be automatically accepted into one AJGA tournament.
Final-round tee times will run from 8-9:36 a.m., off the No.
1 and 10 tees on Sunday.
For more information on the AJGA Ashworth Postseason Junior
at Lake of the Ozarks, please contact our tournament headquarters
at (573) 365-8288.
LAKE OZARK, Mo. - First Round results
from the ASHWORTH POSTSEASON JUNIOR AT LAKE OF THE OZARKS
conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at The Lodge
of Four Seasons, Witch's Cove Course. Par: 36-35-71. Yardage:
T1 Austin Bowman, Pryor, Okla. (2005) 36-35-71
T1 Clark Brewer, Brentwood, Tenn. (2004) 35-36-71
3 Zachary Replogle, Broken Arrow, Okla. (2003) 37-37-74
T4 Campbell Brewer, Brentwood, Tenn. (2004) 39-37-76
T4 Nathan Davidson, Lohman, Mo. (2004) 39-37-76
T4 Thomas Villani, Tulsa, Okla. (2003) 41-35-76
T7 Hunter Creekmore, Ft. Smith, Ark. (2004) 38-39-77
T7 Dusty Isabell, Athens, Texas (2003) 39-38-77
T7 A.J. Hohn, Lodi, Calif. (2004) 39-38-77
T10 Tyler Newton, El Dorado Springs, Mo. (2005) 35-43-78
T10 Ross Jackson, McKinney, Texas (2004) 40-38-78
T10 Kyle Sanders, Lee's Summit, Mo. (2004) 41-37-78
T10 Adam Long, St Charles, Mo. (2006) 38-40-78
T10 Ty Sanders, Tulsa, Okla. (2005) 41-37-78
T15 Daniel Kefale, Woodbridge, Va. (2005) 42-37-79
T15 Zach Pederson, Spring Hill, Kan. (2004) 40-39-79
T15 Logan Young, Memphis, Tenn. (2004) 39-40-79
T15 Dustin Dobkins, Edmond, Okla. (2005) 42-37-79
T15 Ryan Weinhaus, Chesterfield, Mo. (2006) 38-41-79
T15 Shaun McConnell, Louisville, Ky. (2004) 43-36-79
T21 Maxlmilian Schneider, Blue Springs, Mo. (2004) 41-39-80
T21 Brian Whittle, Golden City, Mo. (2006) 42-38-80
T21 Billy Slater, Louisville, Ky. (2004) 38-42-80
T21 Kyle Romig, Uniontown, Ohio (2002) 40-40-80
T21 Clay Counts, O'Fallon, Mo. (2004) 39-41-80
T21 Jay McBride, Lebanon, Mo. (2006) 40-40-80
T21 Drew Allenspach, Sugar Land, Texas (2005) 39-41-80
T21 KC Fernando, Oakville, Ontario (2003) 43-37-80
T29 Johnny Newbern, Mansfield, Texas (2004) 40-41-81
T29 Dustin Zhang, Calgary, Alberta, Canada (2007) 42-39-81
T29 Wendell Touhey, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (2004) 44-37-81
T29 Tyler Trichell, Natchitoches, La. (2004) 39-42-81
T29 Chris Streff, Monroe, Wis. (2004) 40-41-81
T29 Corey Sylvester, Anderson, Ind. (2003) 40-41-81
35 Brandon Machicao, Springfield, Mo. (2004) 42-40-82
T36 Todd Blackman, Broken Arrow, Okla. (2004) 46-37-83
T36 Allen McFerran, Fort Smith, Ark. (2004) 44-39-83
T36 David Corner, Republic, Mo. (2006) 39-44-83
T36 Stephen Walker, Nixa, Mo. (2003) 39-44-83
T40 Trent Ramsey, Republic, Mo. (2003) 43-41-84
T40 Jason Leathers, Leawood, Kan. (2004) 40-44-84
T42 Philip Robertson, Fort Smith, Ark. (2005) 44-41-85
T42 Brad Roemer, Piedmont, Calif. (2004) 44-41-85
T42 Kell Shenep, Little Rock, Ark. (2005) 46-39-85
T42 David Bartch, Englewood, Colo. (2005) 42-43-85
T42 Brent Buckingham, Canyon Country, Calif. (2004) 45-40-85
T47 Scott Schleiffarth, Ballwin, Mo. (2004) 45-41-86
T47 Chase Rowe, Broken Arrow, Okla. (2004) 44-42-86
T47 Brett Iliff, Leawood, Kan. (2005) 42-44-86
T50 Marcus Jordan, California, Mo. (2004) 45-42-87
T50 Kyle Shapiro, St Louis, Mo. (2003) 45-42-87
T50 Benjamin Porter, Kearney, Neb. (2006) 41-46-87
T50 Clark Mitzner, McKinney, Texas (2006) 46-41-87
T50 William Holtsclaw, Dixon, Mo. (2003) 44-43-87
T50 Scott Kedy, Ada, Okla. (2003) 45-42-87
T56 Charles German, Leawood, Kan. (2005) 42-46-88
T56 Jeffrey Ostlund, Maple Grove, Minn. (2004) 40-48-88
T56 Austin Short, Manhattan, Kan. (2003) 48-40-88
T56 Jeff Tillett, Louisville, Ky. (2004) 48-40-88
T56 Paul Swift, Murfreesboro, Tenn. (2003) 41-47-88
T56 Jason Schulte, Kansas City, Mo. (2006) 44-44-88
62 Andrew Woolery, Lee's Summit, Mo. (2004) 45-44-89
T63 Nathan Denny, Forest Lake, Minn. (2004) 48-42-90
T63 Nick Stroud, Oklahoma City, Okla. (2003) 42-48-90
T65 Alex Danner, Branson, Mo. (2004) 42-49-91
T65 Andrew Brandt, Woodbury, Minn. (2003) 49-42-91
67 Michael Fox, Olathe, Kan. (2004) 50-42-92
68 Matthew Patterson, Tulsa, Okla. (2004) 48-46-94
T69 Fritz Wiesehan, Town and Country, Mo. (2005) 48-47-95
T69 Cam McCarter, Chatsworth, Calif. (2003) 53-42-95
71 Ryan Cline, Lee's Summit, Mo. (2004) 42-54-96
72 Jon Guenther, Madison, Wis. (2004) 56-49-105
Jonathan Krummel, Tulsa, Okla. (2004) WD (Illness)
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