Angel Park Golf Club Mountain Course

Las Vegas, Nevada

June 21-24, 2004



Chin stays on top of the Girls Division with a 140 two-day total


LAS VEGAS— Hot weather and heated competition didn’t stop Daniel Lim who defended his lead position in the Boys Division by shooting a 5-under-par 66 Wednesday for the second round of the Las Vegas Founders Junior Golf Championship.  Jane Chin shot a 1-over-par 72 and kept hold of her lead position in the Girls Division by one stroke. 


Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, the Las Vegas Founders Junior Golf Championship features 85 players from 11 states, including 11 Nevada natives. The event, being played for the 15th time, is a 54-hole, stroke play tournament that is being held at Angel Park Golf Club-Mountain Course and began on Tuesday.


Lim, 17, of Gilroy, Calif., said he got off to a slow start, but managed to pull through on the back nine to keep ahead of his competitors.  One birdie on the front nine led to five more on the back.   


“My first birdie of the day on No. 9 helped to pump me up and give me momentum,” he said.  “After yesterday’s round I realized that the back nine fits more with my game so I knew I could pick it up there.” 


As for the final round, Lim plans on keeping ahead by going as low as possible.


“I would like to finish on top,” Lim said.  “We’re all good players here.  It’s whoever makes good putts and stays mentally strong.”


Lim has a two-day total of 133.


Three strokes behind Lim is Brian Kim of Yorba Linda, Calif., with a two-day total of 136, followed by Jordan Cox of Redwood City, Calif., with a 137.  Close behind Cox is Shane Mason of San Diego, and Estanislao Guerrero of San Diego, with two-day totals of 138s. 


Chin, 17, of Huntington Beach, Calif., finished the second round with a two-day total of 140. She said that she hopes that the final round will be a better round for her. 


“I’m playing pretty consistent,” she said.  “I just need to make sure I’m hitting fairways and greens.”


Chin said she is looking forward to the final round and hopes to finish in the top five.


Behind Chin is Tiffany Joh of San Diego, with a two-day total of 141, Katy Barrett of Las Vegas, with a two-day total of 150, and Brooke Schneider of Cave Creek, Ariz., and Kendra Little of Eugene, Ore., with two-day totals of 151s.


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