Barry leads after second round of Haas Family Invitational presented by BB&T:AJGA event at Sedgefield Country Club

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Haas Family Invitational presented by BB&T
Boys Division (top-five players)

1 Carson Barry, Eagle, Idaho (2018) 65-67–132
2 Eugene Hong, Orlando, Fla. (2018) 69-64–133
3 Trent Phillips, Inman, S.C. (2018) 66-68–134
4 Karl Vilips, (Australia) Wesley Chapel, Fla. (2020) 66-69–135
T5 Alexander Vogelsong, Palm City, Fla. (2019) 71-65–136
T5 Shuai Ming Wong, (Hong Kong) The Woodlands, Texas (2018) 68-68–136
7 Reid Davenport, Austin, Texas (2018) 69-68–137
8 Eddy Lai, San Jose, Calif. (2017) 68-70–138
T9 Joseph Pagdin, (United Kingdom) Orlando, Fla. (2020) 69-70–139
T9 Jacob Bridgeman, Inman, S.C. (2018) 69-70–139

HAAS FAMILY INVITATIONAL PRESENTED BY BB&T
Sedgefield Country Club – Donald Ross Course
Greensboro, N.C.
June 12 – 16, 2017

Barry holds second-round lead at Haas Family Invitational presented by BB&T

Hong cards 64 to move into second place

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Carson Barry of Eagle, Idaho, maintains his first-round lead after carding seven birdies for a second-round score of 3-under-par 67 and a two-day total of 8-under-par 132.

“I have a good opportunity this week for my first AJGA win. I want to keep trusting what I am doing and keep playing well,” Barry said about his first AJGA Invitational.

Eugene Hong of Orlando, Florida, carded a bogey-free second round to move up four spots on the leaderboard to second place. The University of Florida commit had three birdies on the front-nine and an eagle on the par-4 No. 17 for a score of 6-under-par 64 and two-day total of 133.

“My goal for tomorrow is to not really think about the scores or results, but focus on just playing the best that I can,” the defending champion said.

He is the highest ranked player in the field at No. 6 on the AJGA Rankings.

Alexander Vogelsong of Palm City, Florida, moved up 21 spots on the leaderboard after scoring a 5-under-par 65 in the second round. The sixteen-year-old is a verbal commit to Auburn University, this is his first appearance in the Haas Family Invitational presented by BB&T.

The 84-player field will be cut to the top 60 players plus ties after the third round. Tee times will be from 7:45 – 9:25 a.m. off Nos. 1 and 10 on Thursday, June 15.

North Carolina Player Update

Wake Forest University verbal commit Fulton Smith of Pinehurst, N.C., carded a second-round score of even-par 70 and is T15 heading into round three. Aman Gupta of Concord, N.C., carded three birdies in the second round and is T34 with a two-day tournament total of 4-over-par 144.

About BB&T

BB&T is one of the largest financial services holding companies in the U.S. with approximately $222.6 billion in assets and market capitalization of approximately $30.6 billion, as of Sept. 30, 2016. Based in Winston-Salem, N.C., the company operates 2,220 financial centers in 15 states and Washington, D.C., and offers a full range of consumer and commercial banking, securities brokerage, asset management, mortgage and insurance products and services. A Fortune 500 company, BB&T is recognized consistently for outstanding client satisfaction by the U.S. Small Business Administration, Greenwich Associates, and others. BB&T also has been named one of the World’s Strongest Banks by Bloomberg Markets Magazine, one of the top three in the U.S. and in the top 15 globally. More information about BB&T and its full line of products and services is available at BBT.com.

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 12-19) of more than 6,600 members from 50 states and 55 foreign countries. Through initiatives like the Achieving Competitive Excellence (ACE) Grant, a financial assistance program, and Leadership Links, a service-oriented platform that teaches juniors charitable-giving skills, the AJGA fosters the growth of golf’s next generation.

TaylorMade-adidas Golf became the AJGA’s National Sponsor in 2016 after more than 25 years of support. Rolex, which is in its fourth decade of AJGA sponsorship, became the inaugural AJGA Premier Partner in 2004. In 2017, adidas joined the AJGA as a Premier Partner, serving as the Official Apparel and Footwear of the AJGA.

AJGA alumni have risen to the top of amateur, collegiate and professional golf. Former AJGA juniors have compiled more than 830 victories on the PGA and LPGA Tours. AJGA alumni include Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Jordan Spieth, Rickie Fowler, Bubba Watson, Webb Simpson, Sergio Garcia, Hunter Mahan, Dustin Johnson, Patrick Reed, Zach Johnson, Justin Thomas, Stacy Lewis, Ariya Jutanugarn, Alison Lee, Lexi Thompson, Inbee Park, Paula Creamer, Brittany Lincicome, Cristie Kerr and Morgan Pressel.

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 12-19) of more than 6,600 members from 50 states and 55 foreign countries. Through initiatives like the Achieving Competitive Excellence (ACE) Grant, a financial assistance program, and Leadership Links, a service-oriented platform that teaches juniors charitable-giving skills, the AJGA fosters the growth of golf’s next generation.

TaylorMade-adidas Golf became the AJGA’s National Sponsor in 2016 after more than 25 years of support. Rolex, which is in its fourth decade of AJGA sponsorship, became the inaugural AJGA Premier Partner in 2004. In 2017, adidas joined the AJGA as a Premier Partner, serving as the Official Apparel and Footwear of the AJGA.

AJGA alumni have risen to the top of amateur, collegiate and professional golf. Former AJGA juniors have compiled more than 830 victories on the PGA and LPGA Tours. AJGA alumni include Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Jordan Spieth, Rickie Fowler, Bubba Watson, Webb Simpson, Sergio Garcia, Hunter Mahan, Dustin Johnson, Patrick Reed, Zach Johnson, Justin Thomas, Stacy Lewis, Ariya Jutanugarn, Alison Lee, Lexi Thompson, Inbee Park, Paula Creamer, Brittany Lincicome, Cristie Kerr and Morgan Pressel.

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Second Round results from the Haas Family Invitational presented by BB&T conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Sedgefield Country Club in 2017. | Boys Par: 35-35–70. Yardage: 7103. Rating: 75. Slope: 143

Boys Division – Donald Ross Course

1. Carson Barry, Eagle, Idaho (2018) 65-67–132
2. Eugene Hong, Orlando, Fla. (2018) 69-64–133
3. Trent Phillips, Inman, S.C. (2018) 66-68–134
4. Karl Vilips, (Australia) Wesley Chapel, Fla. (2020) 66-69–135
5. Alexander Vogelsong, Palm City, Fla. (2019) 71-65–136
5. Shuai Ming Wong, (Hong Kong) The Woodlands, Texas (2018) 68-68–136
7. Reid Davenport, Austin, Texas (2018) 69-68–137
8. Eddy Lai, San Jose, Calif. (2017) 68-70–138
9. Joseph Pagdin, (United Kingdom) Orlando, Fla. (2020) 69-70–139
9. Jacob Bridgeman, Inman, S.C. (2018) 69-70–139
11. Thomas Allkins, (Canada) Lake Mary, Fla. (2017) 69-71–140
11. Austin Fulton, Villa Rica, Ga. (2017) 74-66–140
11. Cameron Sisk, El Cajon, Calif. (2018) 69-71–140
11. Ben El Cohn, Guayaquil, Ecuador (2017) 71-69–140
15. Alex Zhu, San Ramon, Calif. (2019) 65-76–141
15. Fulton Smith, Pinehurst, N.C. (2019) 71-70–141
15. Akshay Bhatia, Wake Forest, N.C. (2020) 71-70–141
15. Scott Roden, Dallas, Texas (2020) 72-69–141
19. Laken Hinton, Delray Beach, Fla. (2017) 69-73–142
19. Cameron Frazier, Cincinnati, Ohio (2018) 70-72–142
19. Ross Steelman, Columbia, Mo. (2019) 74-68–142
19. Alex Ross, Atlanta, Ga. (2017) 73-69–142
19. Fred Biondi, (Brazil) Port St. Lucie, Fla. (2019) 73-69–142
19. Jackson Rivera, Rancho Santa Fe, Calif. (2021) 69-73–142
19. Nicolas Cassidy, Johns Creek, Ga. (2019) 69-73–142
26. Austin Murphy, Morgan Hill, Calif. (2017) 70-73–143
26. Andrew Spiegler, Abingdon, Va. (2017) 71-72–143
26. Michael Shears, Franklin, Tenn. (2018) 71-72–143
26. Harrison Corbin, Inman, S.C. (2018) 70-73–143
26. Daulet Tuleubayev, Almaty, Kazakhstan (2018) 70-73–143
26. Logan McAllister, Oklahoma City, Okla. (2018) 72-71–143
26. Jake Beber-Frankel, Miami, Fla. (2020) 72-71–143
26. Chris Nido, Miami, Fla. (2017) 72-71–143
34. Aman Gupta, Concord, N.C. (2017) 70-74–144
34. Cullan Brown, Eddyville, Ky. (2018) 73-71–144
34. Ryan Gerard, Raleigh, N.C. (2017) 72-72–144
34. James Piot, Canton, Mich. (2017) 74-70–144
34. Matthew Riedel, Houston, Texas (2019) 73-71–144
34. Ben Dunne, Cedar Park, Texas (2018) 72-72–144
40. Jan Schneider, Erlangen, Germany (2017) 71-74–145
40. Connor Burgess, Lynchburg, Va. (2017) 79-66–145
40. Connor Golembeski, Redmond, Wash. (2018) 73-72–145
40. Chris Kim, Cary, N.C. (2019) 71-74–145
40. Ryan Burnett, Lafayette, Calif. (2018) 73-72–145
40. Michael Sanders, Davidson, N.C. (2018) 70-75–145
40. Alex Shead, Appling, Ga. (2017) 69-76–145
47. Alexander Yang, Carlsbad, Calif. (2021) 74-72–146
47. Canon Claycomb, Bowling Green, Ky. (2020) 73-73–146
47. Andy Mao, Johns Creek, Ga. (2019) 76-70–146
50. Evan Long, New Castle, Pa. (2017) 74-73–147
50. Sen (Tommy) Cao, (China) Lake Mary, Fla. (2017) 74-73–147
50. Cooper Parks, Campbellsville, Ky. (2019) 70-77–147
50. Daniel Kim, San Jose, Calif. (2018) 75-72–147
50. Dawson Ovard, Frisco, Texas (2019) 73-74–147
50. Callum Davison, (Canada) La Quinta, Calif. (2018) 76-71–147
50. Brendan Hy, San Ramon, Calif. (2019) 75-72–147
50. Pone Pyae Han, Yangon, Myanmar (2017) 73-74–147
50. Mason Nome, Houston, Texas (2019) 74-73–147
50. Preston Topper, Suwanee, Ga. (2019) 70-77–147
60. Holden Wisener, Dallas, Texas (2019) 71-77–148
60. Sampson-Yunhe Zheng, (China) Kissimmee, Fla. (2020) 72-76–148
60. Connor Creasy, Abingdon, Va. (2019) 74-74–148
63. Paul Swindell, Franklin, Tenn. (2017) 77-72–149
63. Tucker Allen, Tolar, Texas (2019) 74-75–149
63. Quinn Riley, Raleigh, N.C. (2018) 76-73–149
63. Jose Dibildox, Saltillo, Mexico (2019) 75-74–149
63. Ryan Hall, Knoxville, Tenn. (2018) 77-72–149
68. Grayson Wotnosky, Wake Forest, N.C. (2020) 75-75–150
68. Tennoshin Ogawa, Ichinomiya-shi, Japan (2017) 73-77–150
68. Will Thomson, Naples, Fla. (2019) 73-77–150
68. Nathan Han, Somers, N.Y. (2019) 76-74–150
68. Ethan Ng, New York, N.Y. (2018) 78-72–150
68. Chris Lee, West Nyack, N.Y. (2018) 74-76–150
68. C.J. Easley, Oxford, Miss. (2019) 70-80–150
75. Viraj Garewal, Raleigh, N.C. (2017) 76-75–151
75. Ashwin Arasu, San Diego, Calif. (2017) 75-76–151
77. Griffin Barela, Lakewood, Colo. (2017) 76-76–152
78. Isiah Henderson, San Antonio, Texas (2018) 76-78–154
78. Robbie Latter, (Canada) Mississauga, Ontario (2019) 77-77–154
78. William Moll, Houston, Texas (2019) 76-78–154
81. Crosby Guercio, Frisco, Texas (2019) 76-79–155
82. Daniel Core, (Canada) Sorrento, Fla. (2018) 75-83–158
83. Cameron Henry, Los Gatos, Calif. (2018) 78-83–161
84. Jake Kuwitzky, McKinney, Texas (2018) 79-83–162


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