Magnolia Grove Golf Club
Mobile, Alabama
August 29 - September 1, 2003

Park vs. Park battle awaits in Girls Division

MOBILE, Ala. - Second-round play brought a second helping of weather delays at the AJGA Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail Junior Classic. The double weather suspension, spanning more than three hours total, failed to wash out the second round for both the Boys and Girls Divisions. Patton Kizzire of Tuscaloosa, Ala., fired a second round 5-under-par 67 to take a three-stroke lead at 4-under-par 138. In the Girls Division, In-Bee Park of Eustis, Fla., fired a 5-under-par 67 on the Crossings Course to move into first place at 3-under-par 141 and the 18-hole tournament record.

Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail Junior Classic features a field of 100 boys and 65 girls from 29 states and Mexico. 2003 marks the 10th anniversary of the AJGA's summer-ending event in Mobile. Past champions of the 54-hole tournament include the PGA TOUR's David Gossett, Charles Howell III, Ty Tryon and Beth Bauer of the LPGA.

With a victory tomorrow, the 17-year-old Kizzire would be the first ever Alabama resident to win the AJGA Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail Junior Classic. Kizzire certainly has his fair share of experience on the course, playing the Falls Course three times for AJGA events, as well as becoming the Central Tuscaloosa High School State Champion at Magnolia Grove.

"My short game was great today," Kizzire said. "I was able to get up and down and took advantage of every birdie. Day to day my game has been different, but I just go out there and play. I'm ready for tomorrow."

Tied for second place in the Boys Division are Webb Simpson of Raleigh, N.C., and Christopher Anderson of Lake Mary, Fla., at 3-under-par 141. Rounding out the top five in the Boys Division are Trent Leon of Dallas at 2-under-par 142 and Dan Doyle of Rochester, Mich., at 1-under-par 143.

In the Girls Division, the 15-year-old Park's round was made possible by hitting 13 fairways and 17 greens, combined with six birdies and only one bogey.

"Yesterday my putting was bad but today I definitely improved," Park said. "This course is very short for me; I really like to hit from within 100 yards."

Winner of the 2003 AJGA Rolex Tournament of Champions, Park said she is excited about the prospects for next year's season.

"This tournament is a great close for my regular season," Park said. "If I finish well here, it will give me a lot of confidence going into the AJGA Polo Golf Junior Classic."

Jane Park of Beaumont, Calif., 16, carded a 2-over-par 38 on the front nine and a 1-under-par 35 on the back nine to place her in second at even-par 144.

"I didn't get many good breaks today," Park said. "I was going too fast today. Tomorrow I need to slow it down and set a good tempo."

Sukjin Wuesthoff of Toms River, N.J., is in third place at 1-over-par 145 with 18 holes remaining in the tournament.

Final-round play will begin with an 8:00 a.m. shotgun start for the Boys and Girls Divisions on the Falls and Crossings Courses, respectively. For more information on the AJGA Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail Junior Classic, contact tournament headquarters at (251) 645-0075.



Final-Round Groupings
8 AM Shotgun

1A Charlie Holland, Dallas, Texas (2005) 69-78-147
Chase MacFarland, Savannah, Ga. (2005) 72-75-147
Jonathan Moore, Portland, Ore. (2004) 75-72-147
Tim Schaetzel, Atlanta, Ga. (2004) 73-74-147

1B Dan Doyle, Rochester, Mich. (2004) 70-73-143
Randy Lowry, Spring, Texas (2005) 73-71-144
Michael Green, Augusta, Ga. (2005) 70-74-144
Will Osborne, Wichita Falls, Texas (2004) 71-74-145

1C Patton Kizzire, Tuscaloosa, Ala. (2004) 71-67-138
Christopher Anderson, Lake Mary, Fla. (2004) 69-72-141
Webb Simpson, Raleigh, N.C. (2004) 72-69-141
Trent Leon, Dallas, Texas (2005) 72-70-142

2 George Gandranata, Bradenton, Fla. (2005) 75-73-148
Teddy Collins, Louisville, Ky. (2004) 75-73-148
Luke Hopkins, Greer, S.C. (2005) 75-73-148
Matthew Swan, Montgomery, Ala. (2005) 77-71-148

3 Will Shambley, Cary, N.C. (2004) 75-73-148
Tarik Can, New York, N.Y. (2004) 76-73-149
Joshua Carr, Orlando, Fla. (2004) 72-77-149
Danny Zimmerman, Verona, Wis. (2004) 74-75-149

4 Mark Harrell, Hazlehurst, Ga. (2004) 74-76-150
Brett Lange, Atlanta, Ga. (2004) 78-72-150
Dave Tiffenberg, Tampa, Fla. (2004) 77-73-150
Philip Pettitt, Jr., Murfreesboro, Tenn. (2004) 73-77-150

4B Hunter Bronson, Mobile, Ala. (2007) 74-75-149
Matt Fast, Hattiesburg, Miss. (2005) 73-76-149
Tim Porter, Wilmington, Del. (2004) 75-74-149
Song Jeon, Ocala, Fla. (2004) 73-76-149

5 Gin Kim, Wesley Chapel, Fla. (2005) 77-73-150
Ryan Holler, Morehead City, N.C. (2004) 72-78-150
Austin Bowen, Hattiesburg, Miss. (2004) 74-77-151
Noah Goldman, Longwood, Fla. (2005) 75-76-151

6 Wesley Parker, Enterprise, Ala. (2005) 75-77-152
Nathaniel Spencer, Lawrence, Kan. (2004) 74-78-152
Bud Reynolds, Knoxville, Tenn. (2005) 79-73-152
Cameron Tringale, Laguna Niguel, Calif. (2005) 76-77-153

6B Bill Allcorn, Abilene, Texas (2004) 76-75-151
Greg Forest, Palm City, Fla. (2005) 78-73-151
David Marino, Cumberland, R.I. (2004) 75-77-152
Chip DeSelms, Wilmington, N.C. (2004) 75-77-152

7 Benjamin Kishigian, Warner Robins, Ga. (2005) 78-75-153
Matthew Van Zandt, Missouri City, Texas (2004) 78-75-153
Meen Huh, La Palma, Calif. (2004) 78-75-153
Chris Smith, Alpharetta, Ga. (2004) 75-78-153

8 Hunter Creekmore, Ft. Smith, Ark. (2004) 77-77-154
Peter Rhee, Duluth, Ga. (2004) 78-76-154
Ben Russell, Mobile, Ala. (2006) 81-73-154
J.T. Hoffman, Alpharetta, Ga. (2004) 78-76-154

8B Morgan Landry, Lafayette, La. (2004) 80-73-153
Warren Thomas, Columbia, S.C. (2004) 78-76-154
Joshua An, Bradenton, Fla. (2004) 79-75-154
Stephen Cox, Jonesboro, Ark. (2005) 76-78-154

9 Tyler Hitchcock, Orlando, Fla. (2004) 77-78-155
Wallace McKinney, V, Mobile, Ala. (2005) 76-79-155
Joshua Chong, Alpharetta, Ga. (2004) 78-77-155
Tyler Rucarean, Gainesville, Fla. (2004) 76-79-155

10 Jace Moore, Southlake, Texas (2004) 78-77-155
Scott Barton, Dallas, Texas (2006) 77-78-155
Robert Gates, Jr., Gainesville, Fla. (2004) 76-79-155
Beck Troutman, Fernwood, Miss. (2004) 75-80-155

11 Bo Farlow, Birmingham, Ala. (2004) 79-77-156
Eric Harris, Eden Prairie, Minn. (2004) 79-77-156
Toby Ragland, Jacksonville, Fla. (2005) 78-79-157
Brandon Burris, White House, Tenn. (2004) 78-79-157

11B Sungwon Jeon, Wesley Chapel, Fla. (2004) 76-79-155
Cornelius Carroll, St. Simons Island, Ga. (2005) 80-76-156
Kyle Yonke, Lubbock, Texas (2004) 80-76-156
Daniel Woltman, Beaver Dam, Wis. (2005) 80-76-156

12 Jamie Lovemark, Rancho Santa Fe, Calif. (2006) 79-78-157
Michael Haverfield, Louisville, Ky. (2004) 80-77-157
Eddie Brock, Jr., Wilmington, N.C. (2004) 83-74-157
Jesse Speirs, Bangor, Maine (2005) 79-78-157

13 Brent Struthers, Baton Rouge, La. (2004) 84-73-157
Austin Frye, Madison, Miss. (2005) 80-77-157
Praneeth Perera, Carrollton, Texas (2004) 77-80-157
Chris Bagley, Charlotte, N.C. (2004) 78-80-158

14 Andrew Carroll, Little Rock, Ark. (2005) 79-79-158
Zack Sucher, Mobile, Ala. (2005) 77-81-158
Joong Jo, Winter Springs, Fla. (2004) 81-78-159
John Murphy, Wilton, Conn. (2005) 78-82-160

15 Blake Chrisman, Tulsa, Okla. (2004) 82-79-161
Glenn Northcutt, Dothan, Ala. (2005) 82-79-161
Travis Grote, Birmingham, Ala. (2004) 78-83-161
Hunter Buwick, Norman, Okla. (2004) 81-81-162

15B Rhett Cheatwood, Lawrenceburg, Tenn. (2004) 77-83-160
Stephen Strickland, Fairhope, Ala. (2004) 81-79-160
David May, Auburn, N.Y. (2005) 77-83-160
Jason Elliott, Palm Harbor, Fla. (2004) 78-82-160

16 Ryan Spears, Del City, Okla. (2004) 82-81-163
Andrew Buergler, Cary, N.C. (2004) 82-81-163
Joseph Zieman, Mobile, Ala. (2006) 81-82-163
Greg Gowen, Oxford, Miss. (2004) 86-78-164

17 Matt Hughes, Dalton, Ga. (2004) 82-87-169
Aaron Gillespie, Jennings, La. (2004) 88-81-169
Clayton Broyles, West Monroe, La. (2004) 86-85-171
Scott Marino, Fairfax, Va. (2004) 93-86-179

17B Michael Randle, Austin, Texas (2004) 80-85-165
Jonathan Visconti, Alpharetta, Ga. (2005) 85-81-166
Jordan Payne, West Memphis, Ark. (2005) 81-86-167
Jake Creel, Dothan, Ala. (2004) 81-86-167

1A Taylor Leon, Dallas, Texas (2005) 73-76-149
Mallory Hetzel, Summerville, S.C. (2005) 77-73-150
Paula Creamer, Pleasanton, Calif. (2005) 73-78-151

1B Margaret Shirley, Roswell, Ga. (2004) 78-70-148
Alejandra Llaneza, Mexico City, Mexico (2007) 74-75-149
Jennifer Pandolfi, Navarre, Fla. (2004) 75-74-149

1C In-Bee Park, Eustis, Fla. (2006) 74-67-141
Jane Park, Beaumont, Calif. (2005) 71-73-144
Sukjin Wuesthoff, Toms River, N.J. (2005) 71-74-145

2 Abigale Schepperle, Hoover, Ala. (2004) 80-72-152
Tyrette Metzendorf, Winter Haven, Fla. (2005) 74-78-152
Sharla Cloutier, Niceville, Fla. (2003) 72-81-153

3 Alejandra Diaz-Calderon, Guadalajara, Mexico (2004) 76-77-153
Valerie Tan, Sarasota, Fla. (2004) 75-79-154
Kimberly Meck, Austin, Texas (2004) 75-79-154

4 Rebecca Kuhn, Miami, Fla. (2004) 80-75-155
Jessica Yadloczky, Casselberry, Fla. (2007) 79-76-155
Tiffany Chudy, Miramar, Fla. (2004) 78-78-156

5 Haley Brown, Austin, Texas (2004) 77-79-156
Lila Barton, Dallas, Texas (2008) 73-84-157
Liebelei Lawrence, Bradenton, Fla. (2004) 79-78-157

6 Blair Lamb, Flat Rock, N.C. (2005) 80-77-157
Taylor Bunnell, Germantown, Tenn. (2005) 79-79-158
Sarah Donald, Athens, Ga. (2004) 77-81-158

7 Christina Jones, Jensen Beach, Fla. (2004) 78-80-158
Debbi Amanti, Lynnfield, Mass. (2004) 81-77-158
Jennifer Davis, Seymour, Tenn. (2004) 83-75-158

8 Mayule Tomimbang, Kissimmee, Fla. (2005) 83-77-160
Julie Bartholomew, Marietta, Ga. (2004) 80-80-160
Dolores White, Lakeland, Fla. (2006) 78-82-160

9 Jacqui Concolino, Orlando, Fla. (2005) 81-79-160
Vicki Yi, Athens, Ga. (2006) 77-84-161
Whitney Frykman, Acworth, Ga. (2004) 81-80-161

10 Katie Trotter, Pittsburgh, Pa. (2004) 78-83-161
Kristen Bragg, Evans, Ga. (2004) 80-81-161
Laura Crawford, Lancaster, S.C. (2004) 77-85-162

11 Marie Bos, Orlando, Fla. (2004) 83-79-162
Candace Schepperle, Hoover, Ala. (2006) 77-85-162
Whitney Simons, Aiken, S.C. (2004) 84-79-163

12 Jennifer Cassidy, Dalton, Ga. (2005) 79-85-164
Mandy Fricton, Merritt Island, Fla. (2004) 83-81-164
Maria Ham, Torrance, Calif. (2004) 79-85-164

13 Hagen Weintraub, Pembroke Pines, Fla. (2004) 81-83-164
Hannah Brabb, Maitland, Fla. (2005) 86-79-165
Katherine Jones, Jackson, Miss. (2004) 84-81-165

14 Emily Simpson, Rutherfordton, N.C. (2004) 83-87-170
Courtney Harter, Clearwater, Fla. (2007) 83-87-170
Ashleigh Garman, Brentwood, Tenn. (2004) 91-79-170

14B Jennifer Adyorough, Smyrna, Ga. (2007) 87-78-165
Cindy Phillips, Johnson City, Tenn. (2004) 82-85-167
Anna-Claire Daniels, Oak Ridge, Tenn. (2004) 80-87-167

15 Laura Goodwin, Birmingham, Ala. (2005) 82-88-170
Melissa Fahey, League City, Texas (2005) 82-89-171
Elisa Gomez, Carrollton, Texas (2004) 88-83-171

16 Jenny Morris, Cedartown, Ga. (2004) 87-85-172
Kellye Belcher, Bartlett, Tenn. (2006) 88-85-173
Stephanie Perez, Friendswood, Texas (2004) 83-91-174

17 Kailee Carver, Lexington, Texas (2004) 96-90-186
Stephanie Larson, Clarksville, Tenn. (2005) 99-91-190
Kristin Warhurst, Mobile, Ala. (2008) 100-99-199

17B Megan Place, Omaha, Neb. (2004) 89-86-175
Samantha Holt, Pensacola, Fla. (2006) 90-90-180
Emily Parker, Gulfport, Miss. (2004) 96-90-186

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