TaylorMade-adidas Golf Junior at Chateau Elan
Chateau Elan Resort, Chateau and Woodlands Courses
Braselton, Ga.
March 30, 2002


BRASELTON, Ga. - Lightning and downpouring rain took their toll on Saturday's first round of the TaylorMade-adidas Golf Junior at Chateau Elan, conducted by the American Junior Golf Association. With the entire 169-player field, consisting of many of the nation's top junior golfers, still on the course, the stormy weather forced an early end to the round.

As a result, the round will be completed Sunday morning at 7:30 a.m.

It is the second straight year that weather has wreaked havoc with the event. Last year, the Boys Division was reduced to 18 holes when their second round was washed out. The Girls Division managed to finish both rounds.

Both champions from last year, Kevin Silva of New Bedford, Mass., and Brittany Lincicome of Pinellas Park, Fla., are trying to defend their titles in similar weather conditions.

Saturday morning's storms delayed the start of play in both divisions until 11 a.m., when play began in a shotgun format.

The calm weather lasted until just past 2 p.m., when the players were forced off the course by a thunderstorm, which halted play for the remainder of the day.

The Girls Division, playing on the Woodlands Course, has five to six holes remaining, while the Boys Division has eight to nine holes left to play on the Chateau Course.

First-round play will resume Sunday morning at 7:30 and, if weather allows, the 36-hole championship will be completed with a second-round shotgun following completion of the first round.

The TaylorMade-adidas Golf Junior at Chateau Elan is one of three championships being conducted by the AJGA over Easter Weekend. The TaylorMade-adidas Golf Junior at Bentwood near Houston, Texas, and the Arizona Junior Classic also feature top junior golf talent from across the country.



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