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

Miller takes three-shot lead into final round

ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. - Whitney Code of Tampa, Fla., fired an even-par 72 to take the second round lead in the Girls Division of the AJGA Shell World Golf Village Junior Championship. Code has a two-day total of 3-over-par 147 to lead Jessica Castle of Plantation, Fla., by two shots. In the Boys Division, Zack Miller of San Rafael, Calif., also holds a three-shot lead with a two-day total of 5-under-par 139.

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

Code, a Polo Golf Junior All-American, followed up her first-round score of 3-over-par 75 with an even-par 72. Code had 14 pars, two birdies and two bogeys in her round.

"I hit the ball much better today than I did in the first round," Code said. "I just didn't have as many bad shots, and I stayed away from big numbers."

Code played her opening nine, the back nine, in 1-under-par 35, carding a birdie on the par-3 15th. Following bogeys on Nos. 4 and 7, she climbed back to even-par on her round after a birdie on the par-5 8th hole. Code attested her round could have been better, but she missed numerous scoring chances.

"I didn't putt as well today. I hit close approaches, but just couldn't get the putts to fall," Code added. "I had a lot of greens in regulation (14-of-18), so it was disappointing to not make more birdies."

The 18-year-old Code, a University of Florida signee, is shooting for her sixth career AJGA title and second this year after teaming with her sister, Mallory, to win the Justin Leonard/Deloitte & Touche Junior Team Championship.

"I'll be happy if I can hit the ball tomorrow the way I did today," Code said. "If I can also make some putts, it should be a good final round."

Code leads Castle by two shots. Castle has posted rounds of 75-74 for a two-day total of 149. Brandy Andersen, the first-round leader, is in third place with two-day total of 150.

In the Boys Division, Miller takes a three-shot lead into Thursday's final round. The 17-year-old posted his second consecutive under-par round with a 3-under-par 69 after Tuesday's 70 in the first round.

"I hit much better approach shots today than in the first round," Miller said. "I didn't make many great putts, but made the ones I should have."

Miller's round was highlighted by an eagle on his second hole, the par-5 11th, after sticking a 4-iron 10 feet from the hole. He then birdied three par-4s on the front nine to come in with nines of 33-36. He has played the par-5s in 6-under-par through the first two rounds.

"I played very steady with the exception of No. 18 (a double bogey)," Miller added. "I hit my drive into the water and missed a 4-footer for bogey. That kind of dampened my round."

Miller's best AJGA finish is a fourth-place showing in last year's IZZO/Compaq Junior Championship in Nisswa, Minn. He hopes he can keep it going in the final round.

"I'm hitting the ball good and putting great," Miller commented. "If I stick to my game plan and keep the ball in the fairway, I should fare pretty well tomorrow."

Chris Kirk of Woodstock, Ga., is in second place with a 2-under-par 142 on rounds of 70-72. Hochul Kim (69-75) of Clearwater, Fla., Joe Morton (72-72) of Waycross, Ga., and Brian Harman (73-71) of Savannah, Ga., are tied for third at even-par 144.

The tournament concludes tomorrow with tee times running from 7:30-9:27 a.m. off Nos. 1 and 10 tees. For more information, contact tournament headquarters at (904) 940-8560.


ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- Second-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


Zack Miller (2003) San Rafael, Calif.* 70-69--139
Chris Kirk (2003) Woodstock, Ga.* 70-72--142
Hochul Kim (2003) Clearwater, Fla.* 69-75--144
Joe Morton (2002) Waycross, Ga.* 72-72--144
Brian Harman (2005) Savannah, Ga.* 73-71--144
Andy Leadbetter (2003) Orlando, Fla.* 77-68--145
David Denham (2001) Tifton, Ga.* 74-71--145
Chris Anderson (2004) Lake Mary, Fla.* 72-74--146
Derek Oakey (2002) La Grange, Ga.* 76-70--146
Brett Stegmaier (2002) Madison, Conn.* 73-73--146
Dustin Howard (2003) Douglas, Ga.* 74-72--146
Joe Green III (2002) Jacksonville, Fla.* 71-75--146
Kyle Shirley (2002) Fountain Run, Ky.* 70-77--147
Fernando Figueroa (2002) Miami, Fla.* 77-70--147
Patrick McKillip (2003) Jacksonville, Fla.* 75-72--147
Adam Wallace (2002) Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.* 75-72--147
Michael Young (2003) Jacksonville, Fla.* 75-73--148
Butler Melnyk (2001) Jacksonville, Fla.* 73-75--148
Ballard Shearer (2001) Marietta, Ga.* 75-73--148
Steven Crolic (2003) Jacksonville, Fla.* 75-73--148
Min Kyu Han (2003) Tampa, Fla.* 74-76--150
Stephen Bobe (2002) Pensacola, Fla.* 73-77--150
Jeffrey Krogsgard (2002) Daphne, Ala.* 74-77--151
Tommy Suri (2003) Miami, Fla.* 78-73--151
Brandon Wheeler (2002) Coral Springs, Fla.* 77-75--152
Jake Creel (2004) Dothan, Ala.* 77-75--152
Preston Brown (2004) Ponte Vedra Bch, Fla.* 80-72--152
Tim Powell (2002) Lake Worth, Fla.* 77-76--153
Major Manning (2003) Ormond Beach, Fla.* 79-74--153
Jay Moseley (2003) Bainbridge, Ga.* 80-73--153
James Dickey (2003) Pembroke Pines, Fla.* 80-73--153
Paul Trotter (2002) Augusta, Ga.* 74-79--153
Chris Kraft (2002) Arlington, Texas* 74-79--153
Jeff Kiecke (2002) Austin, Texas* 80-73--153
Shane Behmer (2002) Lancaster, Pa.* 76-78--154
Clayton Gamber III (2002) Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.* 79-75--154
Tripp Reynolds (2002) Shelby, N.C.* 75-79--154
Blair Harkins (2002) Palos Verdes Estates, Calif.* 78-76--154
David Donaldson (2003) Lake Mary, Fla.* 81-73--154
Khalifa Masaood (2001) Wesley Chapel, Fla.* 80-75--155
Mark Perry (2003) Atlanta, Ga.* 79-76--155
Jon Kennedy (2002) Perry, Ga.* 77-78--155
Tyler Brown (2003) Ponte Vedra, Fla.* 77-78--155
Zach Svendsen (2003) Fair Oaks Ranch, Texas* 79-76--155
Jason Overton (2001) Palm Harbor, Fla.* 79-76--155
Michael McMurtry (2002) Tallahassee, Fla.* 81-74--155
Brad Nelson (2004) Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.* 78-78--156
Chris Rogers (2002) Franklin, Tenn.* 80-77--157
Doug Morse-Schindler (2002) Largo, Fla.* 79-78--157
Gatlyn McDonald (2002) New Braunfels, Texas* 81-76--157
Charlie Spence (2002) Austin, Texas* 82-75--157
David Hughes (2002) Wesley Chapel, Fla.* 79-79--158
Blake Sherrod (2002) Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.* 78-80--158
Ben Pate (2002) Dalton, Ga.* 79-80--159
Yoalbert Gamboa (2002) Miami, Fla.* 78-82--160
Bradley Farley (2002) Jacksonville, Fla.* 85-77--162
Eric Beringer (2003) Bryn Mawr, Pa.* 78-85--163
Charles Kozel (2002) Alpharetta, Ga.* 86-77--163
Cody Kelley (2002) Burleson, Texas* 85-79--164
Ryan Brown (2002) Maitland, Fla.* 84-80--164
Jeremy Reed (2003) Houston, Texas* 81-84--165
Jeff Gray (2002) Winter Springs, Fla.* 78-90--168
Blake Blair (2002) Heathrow, Fla.* 86-82--168
Riley Hitchcock (2002) Orlando, Fla.* 85-88--173
Ryan Cline (2004) Lee's Summit, Mo.* 91-88--179
Dustin Johnson (2002) Chapin, S.C. * 78-DQ (Rule 6-3a)


Whitney Code (2001) Tampa, Fla.* 75-72--147
Jessica Castle (2003) Plantation, Fla.* 75-74--149
Brandy Andersen (2002) Orlando, Fla.* 74-76--150
Yunny Cho (2001) Bradenton, Fla.* 76-75--151
Charlotte Campbell (2002) Heathrow, Fla.* 78-73--151
Nikki Hadd (2001) Crestview, Fla.* 77-76--153
Blair Lamb (2005) Flat Rock, N.C.* 80-76--156
Mickey Cho (2002) Wesley Chapel, Fla.* 79-77--156
Ashley Lamoreux (2002) Seminole, Fla.* 76-81--157
Romi Irons (2001) Dublin, Ohio* 77-81--158
Mary Calderon (2003) Orlando, Fla.* 82-78--160
Brenna Gibson (2002) Dalton, Ga.* 82-80--162
Ali Kicklighter (2002) Deland, Fla.* 80-83--163
Gretchen Zoeller (2002) Floyds Knobs, Ind.* 87-77--164
Erin Bradford (2002) Lexington, Ky.* 77-93--170
Rachel Overstreet (2002) Pace, Fla.* 83-88--171
Mallory Bishop (2005) Knoxville, Tenn.* 85-90--175
Kristen Boehler (2003) Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.* 90-89--179

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