The Legend at Brandybrook
Wales, Wis. • July 8 - 11

Feng takes possession of first in Girls Division at The Legend at Brandybrook

WALES, Wis. — Bradley Klune of Itasca, Ill., and Michael Sorenson of Hartland, Wis., both shot even-par 71 on the first day of the Future Legends to share a first-place tie atop the Boys Division. On the girls' leaderboard, Simin Feng of Orlando, Fla., sits alone in first at even-par 71.

Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, Future Legends is a 54-hole stroke play event being held at The Legend at Brandybrook. The 90-player field features players from 14 states and Canada. The Boys Division is playing the par-71 course at 6,794 yards while the Girls Division is playing at 5,955 yards.

On a sunny and temperate Wednesday where the golfing conditions were supreme, Klune and Sorenson were able to stay steady and consistent, never allowing a bad hole to influence the rest of their round. In Klune's case, he responded to a bogey on the par-4 No. 10 with an eagle on the par-5 No. 13, giving him momentum to close out his afternoon on a high note and stake a share of his first ever lead at an AJGA event.

“It has been a long time, but I finally put a full round together,” Klune said. “I had a 40-yard chip-in for eagle on No. 13, and that really helped pull everything in the right direction.”

For Sorenson, it was his final nine holes which helped vault him to the top of the leaderboard. His score of 3-under-par 33 on the back, including four birdies and four pars, was the best nine holes of the day in the Boys Division. Just like Klune, Sorenson has never held a lead in an AJGA event, however he has a good gameplan for the rest of the week.

“I am just going to play the rest of the tournament like I did today,” Sorenson said. “I hit the ball pretty solid and made a lot of fairways and greens, so I just need to keep doing that.”

Also in the Boys Division top five are Sam Frank of Oconomowoc, Wis., with an opening-round total of 1-over-par 72, Richard Lamb of South Bend, Ind., who carded a 2-over-par 73 and Anthony Aicher of Wausau, Wis., Eduardo Chavez of Hillsborough, Calif., Joey Garber of Petoskey, Mich., and Steve Skurla of Wheaton, Ill., all who shot a 3-over-par 74.

Feng, 13, had an inauspicious beginning to her round after carding two bogeys on her first three holes. However, on a golf course where patience is key, Feng was able to stay within herself and come back strong with birdies on Nos. 4 and 5. Her spectacular back nine of 3-under-par 33, which included three birdies and an up-and-down on the challenging par-4 No. 14, is how she took sole possession of first place. Feng, who is no stranger to an early lead, knows that the next day is just as important as the first.

“I have taken a lot of early leads in tournaments, but always played bad the next day,” Feng said. “Tomorrow, I just have to make sure I get my drives in the fairway and play well on the par 3s.”

Tied for second are Emma Talley of Princeton, Ky., and Ashley Armstrong of Flossmoor, Ill., both having recorded a 3-over-par 74.

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Second-round tee times for Future Legends will run from 6:30 — 11:20 a.m. off the No. 1 tee at The Legend at Brandybrook Wednesday. For more information, please contact Tournament Headquarters at (262) 968-9717 ext. 211, or visit the AJGA Web site at ajga.org.

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