TPC Sawgrass
Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. • August 31 - September 4

Media Score PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. -- Final results from the The Junior PLAYERS Championship presented by TaylorMade-adidas Golf conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at TPC Sawgrass.
Boys Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: 7215. Rating: 76.8. Slope: 155

Boys Division
1 Gavin Hall
Pittsford, N.Y. 72-64-75--211
2 Jonathan Garrick
Atherton, Calif. 73-71-68--212
T3 Jim Liu
Smithtown, N.Y. 69-70-76--215
3 Gavin Moynihan
Dublin, Ireland 71-72-72--215
5 Scott Scheffler
Dallas, Texas 80-67-69--216
6 Lorens Chan
Honolulu, Hawaii 74-68-75--217
T7 Beau Hossler
Mission Viejo, Calif. 73-72-73--218
7 A.J. Crouch
Jacksonville, Fla. 72-72-74--218
7 Nicolas Echavarria
Bradenton, Fla. 69-73-76--218
7 Connor Black
Humble, Texas 72-72-74--218
7 Taylor Moore
Edmond, Okla. 75-71-72--218
7 Jacob Fair
Monett, Mo. 73-69-76--218
7 George Cunningham
Tucson, Ariz. 75-70-73--218
14 David Lee
Houston, Texas 75-70-74--219
15 Robin Goger
Neudauberg, Austria 71-74-75--220
T16 Sawyer Shaw
West Palm Beach, Fla. 76-72-73--221
16 Brad Dalke
Hobart, Okla. 71-75-75--221
16 Branson Davis
McKinney, Texas 73-71-77--221
16 Yi Keun Chang
Walnut, Calif. 77-68-76--221
T20 Chris O'Neill
Glen Allen, Va. 76-70-76--222
20 Robby Shelton, IV
Wilmer, Ala. 76-70-76--222
T22 Adam Wood
Zionsville, Ind. 78-74-71--223
22 Matt Gilchrest
Southlake, Texas 71-74-78--223
22 Emilio Maurer
Puebla, Mexico 75-71-77--223
22 Matthew NeSmith
North Augusta, S.C. 72-79-72--223
22 Thomas Detry
Brussels, Belgium 76-72-75--223
T27 Doug Ghim
Arlington Heights, Ill. 77-70-77--224
27 Michael Pisciotta
Alpharetta, Ga. 76-72-76--224
27 Max Rottluff
Meerbusch, Germany 75-72-77--224
27 Jonathan Sanders
Chatsworth, Calif. 75-72-77--224
27 Jake McBride
Hartville, Ohio 78-72-74--224
T32 Jake Knapp
Costa Mesa, Calif. 74-77-74--225
32 Patrick-Reilly McMahon
Santa Maria, Calif. 75-75-75--225
32 KK Limbhasut
Loma Linda, Calif. 74-73-78--225
T35 Corey Carlson
Green Cove Springs, Fla. 76-71-79--226
35 Donald Stimble
Shell Knob, Mo. 69-75-82--226
35 Jonah Texeira
Porter Ranch, Calif. 80-72-74--226
35 Mads Sogaard
Ikast, Denmark 78-70-78--226
35 ZeCheng Dou
Beijing, China 78-74-74--226
35 David Boote
Surrey, United Kingdom 76-73-77--226
T41 Jordan Niebrugge
Mequon, Wis. 76-77-74--227
41 Nicolo Galletti
Phoenix, Ariz. 77-76-74--227
T43 Joshua Lee
Orange Park, Fla. 81-71-76--228
43 Matthew Fitzpatrick
Sheffield, United Kingdom 79-73-76--228
43 Daniel De La Garza
Monterrey, Mexico 77-71-80--228
43 Vincent Martino
Southlake, Texas 72-78-78--228
43 Tae Wan Lee
Orlando, Fla. 80-73-75--228
43 Chase Koepka
Lake Worth, Fla. 79-73-76--228
43 Lee McCoy
Clarkesville, Ga. 80-75-73--228
T50 Tee-k Kelly
Wheaton, Ill. 81-69-79--229
50 Hank Lebioda
Winter Springs, Fla. 80-74-75--229
50 Beau Titsworth
Avon Lake, Ohio 79-70-80--229
50 Ben Wood
Florence, Ala. 79-78-72--229
50 Kristoffer Ventura
Rygge, Norway 76-74-79--229
50 Cody Proveaux
Leesville, S.C. 76-71-82--229
50 Chad Cox
Charlotte, N.C. 78-75-76--229
T57 Frederik Hammer
DK-2960 Rungsted Kyst, Denmark 78-75-77--230
57 Robert Geibel
Pembroke Pines, Fla. 76-75-79--230
T59 Gary Hurley
Maynooth, Ireland 74-79-78--231
59 Blake Kennedy
Moore, S.C. 80-69-82--231
59 Anthony Alex
Saint Augustine, Fla. 82-73-76--231
62 Austin Padova
Hudson, Fla. 81-74-77--232
T63 David Faraudo
Guadalajara, Mexico 84-70-79--233
63 Zachary Olsen
Cordova, Tenn. 85-71-77--233
65 Eric Ricard
Shreveport, La. 80-72-82--234
66 Takahiro Hataji
Mihara, Japan 82-77-76--235
67 Richard Broadhurst
Milan, Italy 79-78-80--237
T68 Edoardo Torrieri
Roma, Italy 81-77-80--238
68 Parker Derby
Columbus, Ga. 77-75-86--238
68 Grayson Murray
Raleigh, N.C. 90-68-80--238
T71 Stanhope Johnson, Jr.
Greensboro, N.C. 77-81-81--239
71 Kyle Kochevar
Glen Ellyn, Ill. 87-73-79--239
71 Alvaro Ortiz
Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico 83-73-83--239
71 John Jonas
Jacksonville, Fla. 83-78-78--239
75 Jamie Clare
Merriott, United Kingdom 75-78-87--240
76 Joakim Carlsson
Kungsbacka, Sweden 84-74-83--241
77 Conor Richardson
West Palm Beach, Fla. 80-84-82--246
Henry Do
Canton, Mich.

Hall hangs on to win The Junior PLAYERS Championship presented by TaylorMade-adidas Golf
17-year-old claims first AJGA victory, Nationwide Tour exemption

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. — In an up-and-down final round that featured four two- or three-shot swings in the final group, Gavin Hall of Pittsford, N.Y., prevailed with a 3-under-par total and won his first AJGA Invitational at The Junior PLAYERS Championship presented by TaylorMade-adidas Golf. With the victory, Hall earned a sponsor's exemption to the Nationwide Tour's Winn-Dixie Jacksonville Open Presented by Planters, which will be played Oct. 17-23 on Dye's Valley Course at TPC Sawgrass.

In cooperation with the PGA TOUR, the American Junior Golf Association brought 78 players, ages 12-18, from 21 states and 15 foreign countries to TPC Sawgrass for a special junior golf experience. The Junior PLAYERS Championship presented by TaylorMade-adidas Golf was mirrored after THE PLAYERS, and the 7,215-yard, par-72 layout on THE PLAYERS Stadium Course matched the set-up used at the PGA TOUR event.

After a bogey on the par-5 ninth cut his lead to one, Hall rebounded and took advantage of the par-5s on the back nine. A two-putt birdie on No. 11 increased his lead to three over Jim Liu of Smithtown, N.Y., and then an up-and-down birdie on No. 16 produced a two-shot cushion over Jonathan Garrick of Atherton, Calif.

Protecting a two-shot lead on the 18th tee, Hall pulled his drive into the right rough. With the aid of a strong wind at his back, he hoisted a 180-yard 9-iron over a tree and onto the front edge of the green. From there he three-putted for bogey, but a final-round 75 was enough to preserve a one-shot victory.

“It was a difficult day out there. The wind started to blow and I was definitely nervous on the first couple holes,” Hall said. “My caddie Mark was a great help this week. He caddied for me last year so it was pretty cool having him back.”

In six weeks, Hall will return to TPC Sawgrass to compete in the Winn-Dixie Jacksonville Open Presented by Planters. It will be his Nationwide Tour debut, but the 17-year-old has professional experience, having played in the 2010 Turning Stone Resort Championship.

“It's going to be a lot of fun, especially here. This is great weather, great people and a great community,” Hall said. “I kind of got my feet wet last year playing in the PGA TOUR event, and I think coming up this year I'll be a little more prepared. I learned a lot about myself, especially how to handle my nerves and emotions.”

Garrick and Liu were Hall's primary challengers during Sunday's final round. After a front-nine 33, Garrick eagled No. 16 to pull within one shot at the time. He parred Nos. 17 and 18 for a final-round 68 and a 2-under-par total, which was the score to beat with just six players left on the course.

For Liu, the driver was his undoing in the end. When Hall made back-to-back bogeys on Nos. 13 and 14, Liu countered with a birdie and a par and knotted the score at 3-under-par with four holes remaining. However, poor drives on Nos. 15 and 16 led to a bogey and a double-bogey, and ultimately a T3 finish.

“This entire year my driving has been pretty errant, so that's cost me a lot of tournaments,” Liu said. “Other than that I played pretty well and I'm happy with my game, and Gavin deserves this after coming back from his injury. This is a great way to start.”

Gavin Moynihan of Maynooth, Ireland, carded a final-round 72 and finished tied for third with Liu at 1-over-par. Scott Scheffler of Dallas fired a 3-under-par 69 and moved 18 spots up the leaderboard to finish fifth.

For more information about The Junior PLAYERS Championship presented by TaylorMade-adidas Golf, please contact Chris Richards ( at (678) 644-4258, or visit

About the PGA TOUR

The PGA TOUR is the world's premier membership organization for touring professional golfers, co-sanctioning more than 100 tournaments on the PGA TOUR, Champions Tour and Nationwide Tour.

The PGA TOUR's mission is to entertain and inspire its fans, deliver substantial value to its partners, create outlets for volunteers to give back, generate significant charitable and economic impact in communities in which it plays, and provide financial opportunities for TOUR players. In 2011, the three Tours collectively have tournaments in 29 states and in 12 countries and territories outside of the United States. PGA TOUR tournaments are broadcast to approximately 500 million households in 224 countries and territories in 29 languages.

Virtually all tournaments are organized as non-profit organizations in order to maximize charitable giving. In 2010, tournaments on the three Tours generated more than $120 million for local charitable organizations, bringing the TOUR's all-time total of charitable contributions to more than $1.6 billion. The PGA TOUR's web site is PGATOUR.COM, the No. 1 site in golf, and the organization is headquartered in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL.  

About TPC Sawgrass

TPC Sawgrass opened in 1980 as the first Tournament Players Club, conceived by then-PGA TOUR Commissioner Deane Beman to provide a TOUR-owned, world-class tournament facility that would offer fans the ultimate viewing experience, as well as give golfers an opportunity to play where the pros play. It became the permanent home of THE PLAYERS Championship in 1982, and today is recognized as one of the great venues in championship golf. THE PLAYERS Stadium Course, designed by Pete Dye, annually is ranked among the world's top golf courses. Dye's Valley, designed by Dye in collaboration with Jerry Pate and Bobby Weed, opened in 1987.

TPC Sawgrass underwent a major year-long renovation that was completed in November 2006. In addition to the installation of a state-of-the-art drainage and irrigation system on THE PLAYERS Stadium Course, an elegant 77,000 square-foot Mediterranean Revival-style clubhouse was built to accommodate the growing needs and stature of THE PLAYERS, as well as those of a world-class resort. TPC Sawgrass also features the state-of-the-art TOUR Academy teaching facility, which opened in 2007. For more information, please visit

About TaylorMade Golf Company, Inc. dba TaylorMade-adidas Golf Company

TaylorMade Golf has led the golf industry's technological revolution since the company was founded in 1979. TaylorMade metalwoods, irons and putters have been used to win hundreds of professional golf tournaments around the world. In 1998, TaylorMade became a wholly owned subsidiary of the adidas Group. adidas Golf creates high-performance, technology-infused golf apparel and footwear worn by hundreds of professional golfers around the world. Ashworth, which became a brand of the TaylorMade-adidas Golf Company in 2008, creates relaxed, lifestyle-oriented golf apparel synonymous with authenticity and quality. Learn more about TaylorMade-adidas Golf and its brands at (866) 530-TMAG (8624) or,,, and

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The adidas Group is one of the global leaders within the sporting goods industry offering a broad range of products across the three core brands adidas, Reebok and TaylorMade-adidas Golf. Headquartered in Herzogenaurach, Germany, the Group has more than 39,000 employees and generated sales of EUR 11.990 billion in 2010.

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The American Junior Golf Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the overall growth and development of young men and women who aspire to earn college golf scholarships through competitive junior golf. The AJGA provides valuable exposure for college golf scholarships, and has an annual junior membership (boys and girls ages 12-18) of approximately 5,000 junior golfers from 49 states and more than 40 countries. To ensure scholarship opportunities for all junior golfers who have the skill, the AJGA created the Achieving Competitive Excellence (ACE) Grant program to provide financial assistance to young players in need.

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AJGA alumni have risen to the top of amateur, collegiate and professional golf. Former AJGA juniors have compiled more than 500 victories on the PGA and LPGA Tours. AJGA alumni include Stewart Cink, Matt Kuchar, Hunter Mahan, Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods, Paula Creamer, Cristie Kerr, Inbee Park and Morgan Pressel

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