Alexia Siehl of Fort Mill, South Carolina, leads the Girls Division by one stroke after two rounds of play. After three birdies on her first nine holes, Siehl cruised to a clean finish with only one bogey on her last nine to finish one-under-par 71 on the round. The University of Wisconsin signee will be seeking a strong finish and her second career AJGA victory after two top-five finishes this year.
Thanana Kotchasanmanee of Chiangmai, Thailand, sits in sole second place in the Girls Division after shooting two-under-par 70 in the second round. With four birdies on the round, the 2025 graduate will be seeking a victory in the final round of just her second career AJGA event tomorrow.
Hailey Han of Duluth, Georgia, moved up the Girls Division leaderboard after a low-round three-under-par 69 that included three birdies and one eagle. The 2025 graduate has three top-ten finishes already on the year and will be seeking her first career AJGA victory.
The Girls Division leaders will tee off at 8:30 am tomorrow August 12, 2021.
Bo Carpenter of Tifton, Georgia, holds the sole lead of the Boys Division at six-under-par 138 through two rounds. After scoring six birdies on the round, Carpenter finished with an eagle on No. 18 to take the lead. After a low-round seven-under-par 65, the 2023 graduate is seeking a victory in his first career AJGA event.
Jack Darke of Cumming, Georgia, sits one stroke behind Carpenter in sole second place. With zero bogeys, three birdies, and an eagle on No. 18, Darke shot up the leaderboard after shooting five-under-par 67 on the round.
Lev Grinberg of Brasschaat, Belgium, and Alex Long of Lakewood Ranch, Florida, are T3 at four-under-par 140. Grinberg finished with two birdies and an eagle in the second round. Long had a clean round of golf that included four birdies and zero bogies.
Davis Adams of Raleigh, North Carolina, Dalton Burts of Peachtree Corners, Georgia, and Jack Inabnit of Clarendon Hills, Illinois, are all T5 at one-under-par 143 through two rounds of play. Adams had five birdies on the day including one on No. 18 to give him a share of fifth place. Burts eagled No. 2 and birdied No. 5 for a strong start on the round. Inabnit finished with three birdies on the round including one on No. 18.