Register wins at IZOD AJGA Championship at Browns Summit, N.C.

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Register wins at IZOD AJGA Championship

REGISTER WINS AT IZOD AJGA CHAMPIONSHIP
Li takes Girls Division title on fifth playoff hole at Bryan Park Golf & Conference Center

BROWNS SUMMIT, N.C. — William Register of Burlington, N.C., captured his second AJGA win after a sudden-death playoff against Brett Rinker of Slippery Rock, Pa. In the Girls Division, Marianne Li of Bellevue, Wash., made par on the fifth hole of a sudden-death playoff against Alice Chen of Princeton, N.J.

Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, the IZOD AJGA Championship was a 54-hole stroke play competition on the par-72 Players Course at Bryan Park Golf & Conference Center. The event featured 57 boys and 21 girls, ages 15-18, from 19 states and four countries. The Boys Division played the course at 7,045 yards, while the Girls Division played the course at 6,151 yards.

Register carded a final-round 4-under-par 68 that gave him a tournament total of 14-under-par 202 which forced a playoff with Brett Rinker of Slippery Rock, Pa. The playoff started out with both players in good position on the fairway of No. 9.

“We went to the playoff and I hit it down the right side of the fairway, after Brett stuck it close I just wanted to make par,” said Register. “I knew I needed a hard short iron onto the green and from there I sunk a 30 footer for birdie.”

The win is Register’s second AJGA title, and he is looking forward to his last AJGA event of the season.

“With this win I definitely have momentum going into Junior PLAYERS which is in two weeks,” said Register.

Finishing second after one playoff hole was Brett Rinker of Slippery Rock, Pa. In third at 13-under-par 203 was Alex Smalley of Wake Forest, N.C. In a two-way tie for fourth at 9-under-par 207 were Thomas Walsh of High Point, N.C., and Kendrick Vinar of Hillsborough, N.C.

In the Girls Division, Li and Chen made par on No. 18 for tournament totals of 3-under-par 213. From there, their five hole sudden-death playoff began.

“When the playoff began it was like how I prepare for any other tournament, I play one shot at a time, and see where it goes from there,” said Li. “I had to be patient with myself, because you never really know how a playoff will go.”

With this being her second AJGA career title, Li is looking forward to next week’s tournament where she is the defending champion.

Alice Chen of Princeton, N.J., finished second. Katharine Patrick of West University Place, Texas, finished in third at even-par 216.

For more information about the IZOD AJGA Championship, please contact National Headquarters at (770) 868-4200 or at ajga@ajga.org.

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ABOUT THE AJGA

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 6,000 junior golfers from 49 states and more than 50 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.

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 Brandt Snedeker, Bubba Watson, Webb Simpson, Hunter Mahan, Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods, Stacy Lewis, Vicky Hurst, Paula Creamer, Cristie Kerr, Brittany Lincicome and Morgan Pressel.

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BROWNS SUMMIT, N.C. — Final results from the IZOD AJGA Championship conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Bryan Park Golf & Conference Center.
Boys Par: 36-36–72. Yardage: 7045. Rating: 73.7. Slope: 133
Girls Par: 36-36–72. Yardage: 6151. Rating: 74.9. Slope: 137

BOYS DIVISION – PLAYERS COURSE William Register, Burlington, N.C. (2014) 71-63-68–202 -14
Brett Rinker, Slippery Rock, Pa. (2013) 64-71-67–202 -14
Alex Smalley, Wake Forest, N.C. (2015) 63-70-70–203 -13
Kendrick Vinar, Hillsborough, N.C. (2013) 66-72-69–207 -9
Thomas Walsh, High Point, N.C. (2015) 69-67-71–207 -9
Patrick Martin, Birmingham, Ala. (2015) 70-67-71–208 -8
Stephen Saleeby, Raleigh, N.C. (2015) 69-71-68–208 -8
Tanner Owen, High Point, N.C. (2014) 68-67-74–209 -7
Ryan Dornes, Lancaster, Pa. (2015) 70-71-69–210 -6
Jonathan Rector, Hendersonville, N.C. (2015) 69-70-71–210 -6
Archer Price, Gastonia, N.C. (2014) 72-67-71–210 -6
Ben Schlottman, Advance, N.C. (2014) 67-69-74–210 -6
Luke Miller, Venetia, Pa. (2015) 71-68-71–210 -6
Eric Bae, Cary, N.C. (2016) 71-70-70–211 -5
Isaiah Logue, Fairfield, Pa. (2014) 68-72-71–211 -5
Cole Johnson, Parrish, Fla. (2015) 72-71-70–213 -3
Shota Ozaki, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan (2014) 69-70-74–213 -3
Joshua Seiple, Castle Rock, Colo. (2014) 71-68-75–214 -2
Wesley Simmons, Goldsboro, N.C. (2016) 72-72-72–216 E
Thomas Eldridge, Raleigh, N.C. (2014) 69-73-74–216 E
Ross Robison, Wilmington, N.C. (2014) 71-71-74–216 E
Harrison Rhoades, Raleigh, N.C. (2015) 71-70-75–216 E
Jack Larkin, Atlanta, Ga. (2014) 66-72-78–216 E
Ashton Poole, Jr., Charlotte, N.C. (2015) 71-68-77–216 E
Will Minton, Raleigh, N.C. (2015) 69-78-70–217 +1
Sam Rosenberg, Dallas, Texas (2014) 75-68-74–217 +1
Patrick Hallisey, Wethersfield, Conn. (2014) 72-70-75–217 +1
Lee Detmer, Washington, D.C. (2015) 72-71-74–217 +1
Will Chandler, Atlanta, Ga. (2016) 74-66-77–217 +1
Coleman Self, Greenwood, S.C. (2015) 69-76-73–218 +2
Perry Cohen, La Jolla, Calif. (2014) 72-73-73–218 +2
Jake Carter, Aiken, S.C. (2016) 71-75-72–218 +2
Will Blalock, Gastonia, N.C. (2014) 75-72-71–218 +2
Addison Coll, Arlington, Va. (2013) 71-74-74–219 +3
Jalen Griffin, Ambler, Pa. (2014) 73-71-75–219 +3
David Kocher, Charlotte, N.C. (2014) 73-71-75–219 +3
Cristian DiMarco, Longwood, Fla. (2014) 73-67-79–219 +3
Cole Berman, Rosemont, Pa. (2014) 67-77-76–220 +4
Peter Mathison, Jupiter, Fla. (2014) 72-74-74–220 +4
Alex Hefner, Conover, N.C. (2014) 77-71-72–220 +4
Harrison Frye, High Point, N.C. (2014) 73-73-75–221 +5
Anthony Perrino, Mooresville, N.C. (2015) 73-72-76–221 +5
Gray Townsend, Winston-Salem, N.C. (2014) 75-72-74–221 +5
Mason Weld, Helotes, Texas (2015) 71-76-76–223 +7
Elliott Grayson, Shelby, N.C. (2014) 72-75-77–224 +8
Chris Navarro, Davidsonville, Md. (2015) 72-76-76–224 +8
Cody Solomon, Norcross, Ga. (2013) 74-78-72–224 +8
Poom Pattaropong, Minburi, Bangkok, Thailand (2013) 76-72-77–225 +9
Reilly Erhardt, Greensboro, N.C. (2015) 76-78-71–225 +9
Kieran Purcell, Nutley, N.J. (2014) 73-72-81–226 +10
Adam Gross, Raleigh, N.C. (2015) 76-73-77–226 +10
Jeg Coughlin III, Dublin, Ohio (2015) 75-75-76–226 +10
Avery Price, Gastonia, N.C. (2017) 72-75-80–227 +11
Tyler Pearson, Richmond, Ind. (2015) 74-74-79–227 +11
Donald Qiu, Surrey, British Columbia (2014) 74-75-78–227 +11
Andrew Jacobe, Houston, Texas (2015) 76-74-77–227 +11
Thomas La Morte (2014), Haworth, N.J. 79-JWD

GIRLS DIVISION – PLAYERS COURSE Marianne Li, Bellevue, Wash. (2015) 68-74-71–213 -3
Alice Chen, Princeton, N.J. (2014) 72-68-73–213 -3
Katharine Patrick, West University Place, Texas (2015) 70-71-75–216 E
Emily Campbell, Carrollton, Texas (2015) 71-76-71–218 +2
Alexandra Farnsworth, Nashville, Tenn. (2014) 72-75-71–218 +2
Nicolette Donovan, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. (2015) 73-70-77–220 +4
Gina Kim, Chapel Hill, N.C. (2018) 74-74-74–222 +6
Sasha Banks, Rancho Santa Fe, Calif. (2015) 77-71-74–222 +6
Evelyn Dole, Raleigh, N.C. (2013) 75-78-72–225 +9
Ali Cowan, Victoria, Texas (2013) 74-71-81–226 +10
Alaina Yeatts, Durham, N.C. (2014) 74-78-74–226 +10
Gabrielle Weiss, Southern Pines, N.C. (2014) 78-72-78–228 +12
Tatum Jackson, Mountain Brook, Ala. (2014) 74-77-78–229 +13
Chomchana Phuchanbanchob, Bluffton, S.C. (2015) 74-77-79–230 +14
Phyllis Tang, Bluffton, S.C. (2014) 75-77-78–230 +14
Anna Redding, Concord, N.C. (2015) 80-75-77–232 +16
Madison Moosa, Charlotte, N.C. (2017) 80-72-81–233 +17
Haeley Wotnosky, Wake Forest, N.C. (2018) 76-76-82–234 +18
Jordan McKelvin, Westminster, Md. (2015) 79-77-83–239 +23
Sydney Cavin, Baton Rouge, La. (2014) 82-86-77–245 +29
Catherine Ashworth, Fuquay-Varina, N.C. (2015) 83-80-83–246 +30


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