Slammer & Squire at World Golf Village
St. Augustine, Florida
July 23-26, 2001

Andersen leads Girls Division by one shot

ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla.- Hochul Kim of Clearwater, Fla., fired a 3-under-par 69 to take a one-shot lead over three players after the first round of the AJGA Shell World Golf Village Junior Championship held at The Slammer & The Squire. Brandy Andersen of Orlando, Fla., shot a 2-over-par 74 to grab the lead in the Girls Division.

The Shell World Golf Village Junior Championship, conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, features 84 juniors, ages 13-18, from 12 states. Included in the field are 46 players from Florida.

Kim carded nines of 36-33-69 for his round. He made the turn at even-par, but recorded back-to-back birdies on Nos. 13 and 14 and also carded a birdie on the difficult finishing hole, the 425-yard, par-4 18th.

"I just played a very solid round," Kim said. "On the front nine, I missed some birdie putts, but on the back nine, I finally started to roll them in."

Kim had 13 pars, four birdies and one bogey on his round. The 17-year-old's only bogey of the day came on the par-5 4th hole after he hit his ball into the water hazard.

"I hit my drives very well, with the exception of No. 4," Kim added. "I just tried to make a lot of pars today, and fortunately, I was able to do that."

Kim, who shot an 8-under-par 64 in the final round to finish second in the AJGA PING Myrtle Beach Junior Classic earlier in the summer, hopes to continue his strong play tomorrow.

"I hope I can play better tomorrow," Kim said. "It will be hard to do, because this is a tough course. When the fairways are wet and the wind blows like it did today, it is a very difficult course to score well on."

Kim leads Zack Miller (36-34) of San Rafael, Calif., Kyle Shirley (32-38) of Fountain Run, Ky., and Chris Kirk (34-36) of Woodstock, Ga., by one shot. The trio is tied for second at 2-under-par 70. Joe Green III (36-35) of Jacksonville, Fla., is in fifth at 1-under-par 71.

Brandy Andersen, who won Sunday's qualifier, took the early lead in the Girls Division with a 2-over-par 74. Andersen carded nines of 36-38.

"I didn't hit my driver as well as usual," Andersen said. "But I hit my putter and my irons decent, so that kind of saved my round."

Andersen was 1-over-par after a bogey on No. 6, but birdied Nos. 8 and 12 to get to 1-under-par. She bogeyed three of the last six holes, but was still happy with her round.

"I feel very good about the way I played, but know there is a lot of golf to be played," Andersen added. "I need to hit my driver and get up-and-down out of the sand better to have a chance the last two days."

Andersen leads Polo Golf Junior All-American Whitney Code of Tampa, Fla., and Jessica Castle of Plantation, Fla., by one shot. Code fired nines of 35-40-75 and had only 26 putts in her round, including 11 on the front nine. Castle recorded nines of 37-38-75.

The AJGA Shell World Golf Village Junior Championship continues Wednesday with tee times from 7:30-9:27 a.m. off Nos. 1 and 10 tees. For more information, contact AJGA tournament headquarters at (904) 940-8560.


ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- First-round results from the AJGA SHELL WORLD GOLF VILLAGE JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Slammer & Squire at World Golf Village. Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: Boys: 6,882 Girls: 5,955


Hochul Kim (2003) Clearwater, Fla.* 36-33--69
Zack Miller (2003) San Rafael, Calif.* 36-34--70
Kyle Shirley (2002) Fountain Run, Ky.* 32-38--70
Chris Kirk (2003) Woodstock, Ga.* 34-36--70
Joe Green III (2002) Jacksonville, Fla.* 36-35--71
Joe Morton (2002) Waycross, Ga.* 38-34--72
Chris Anderson (2004) Lake Mary, Fla.* 37-35--72
Butler Melnyk (2001) Jacksonville, Fla.* 36-37--73
Brett Stegmaier (2002) Madison, Conn.* 35-38--73
Brian Harman (2005) Savannah, Ga.* 38-35--73
Stephen Bobe (2002) Pensacola, Fla.* 38-35--73
Paul Trotter (2002) Augusta, Ga.* 37-37--74
Chris Kraft (2002) Arlington, Texas* 38-36--74
David Denham (2001) Tifton, Ga.* 35-39--74
Dustin Howard (2003) Douglas, Ga.* 35-39--74
Min Kyu Han (2003) Tampa, Fla.* 35-39--74
Jeffrey Krogsgard (2002) Daphne, Ala.* 37-37--74
Adam Wallace (2002) Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.* 37-38--75
Tripp Reynolds (2002) Shelby, N.C.* 37-38--75
Ballard Shearer (2001) Marietta, Ga.* 37-38--75
Steven Crolic (2003) Jacksonville, Fla.* 39-36--75
Michael Young (2003) Jacksonville, Fla.* 37-38--75
Patrick McKillip (2003) Jacksonville, Fla.* 37-38--75
Derek Oakey (2002) La Grange, Ga.* 40-36--76
Shane Behmer (2002) Lancaster, Pa.* 39-37--76
Tyler Brown (2003) Ponte Vedra, Fla.* 40-37--77
Tim Powell (2002) Lake Worth, Fla.* 37-40--77
Brandon Wheeler (2002) Coral Springs, Fla.* 38-39--77
Fernando Figueroa (2002) Miami, Fla.* 34-43--77
Jon Kennedy (2002) Perry, Ga.* 36-41--77
Andy Leadbetter (2003) Orlando, Fla.* 42-35--77
Jake Creel (2004) Dothan, Ala.* 39-38--77
Tommy Suri (2003) Miami, Fla.* 35-43--78
Blair Harkins (2002) Palos Verdes Estates, Calif.* 39-39--78
Yoalbert Gamboa (2002) Miami, Fla.* 42-36--78
Jeff Gray (2002) Winter Springs, Fla.* 40-38--78
Eric Beringer (2003) Bryn Mawr, Pa.* 36-42--78
Dustin Johnson (2002) Chapin, S.C.* 42-36--78
Blake Sherrod (2002) Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.* 38-40--78
Brad Nelson (2004) Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.* 38-40--78
Ben Pate (2002) Dalton, Ga.* 38-41--79
Jason Overton (2001) Palm Harbor, Fla.* 40-39--79
Mark Perry (2003) Atlanta, Ga.* 40-39--79
David Hughes (2002) Wesley Chapel, Fla.* 38-41--79
Doug Morse-Schindler (2002) Largo, Fla.* 38-41--79
Major Manning (2003) Ormond Beach, Fla.* 39-40--79
Clayton Gamber III (2002) Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.* 37-42--79
Zach Svendsen (2003) Fair Oaks Ranch, Texas* 38-41--79
Preston Brown (2004) Ponte Vedra Bch, Fla.* 41-39--80
James Dickey (2003) Pembroke Pines, Fla.* 40-40--80
Jeff Kiecke (2002) Austin, Texas* 39-41--80
Khalifa Masaood (2001) Wesley Chapel, Fla.* 39-41--80
Chris Rogers (2002) Franklin, Tenn.* 38-42--80
Jay Moseley (2003) Bainbridge, Ga.* 40-40--80
Michael McMurtry (2002) Tallahassee, Fla.* 42-39--81
David Donaldson (2003) Lake Mary, Fla.* 40-41--81
Jeremy Reed (2003) Houston, Texas* 43-38--81
Gatlyn McDonald (2002) New Braunfels, Texas* 42-39--81
Charlie Spence (2002) Austin, Texas* 40-42--82
Ryan Brown (2002) Maitland, Fla.* 44-40--84
Riley Hitchcock (2002) Orlando, Fla.* 42-43--85
Bradley Farley (2002) Jacksonville, Fla.* 40-45--85
Cody Kelley (2002) Burleson, Texas* 46-39--85
Charles Kozel (2002) Alpharetta, Ga.* 40-46--86
Blake Blair (2002) Heathrow, Fla.* 43-43--86
Ryan Cline (2004) Lee's Summit, Mo.* 47-44--91


Brandy Andersen (2002) Orlando, Fla.* 36-38--74
Whitney Code (2001) Tampa, Fla.* 35-40--75
Jessica Castle (2003) Plantation, Fla.* 37-38--75
Yunny Cho (2001) Bradenton, Fla.* 37-39--76
Ashley Lamoreux (2002) Seminole, Fla.* 36-40--76
Erin Bradford (2002) Lexington, Ky.* 40-37--77
Nikki Hadd (2001) Crestview, Fla.* 37-40--77
Romi Irons (2001) Dublin, Ohio* 38-39--77
Charlotte Campbell (2002) Heathrow, Fla.* 36-42--78
Mickey Cho (2002) Wesley Chapel, Fla.* 41-38--79
Ali Kicklighter (2002) Deland, Fla.* 39-41--80
Blair Lamb (2005) Flat Rock, N.C.* 41-39--80
Mary Calderon (2003) Orlando, Fla.* 41-41--82
Brenna Gibson (2002) Dalton, Ga.* 39-43--82
Rachel Overstreet (2002) Pace, Fla.* 42-41--83
Mallory Bishop (2005) Knoxville, Tenn.* 40-45--85
Gretchen Zoeller (2002) Floyds Knobs, Ind.* 44-43--87
Kristen Boehler (2003) Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.* 44-46--90

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