AJGA JOHN DEERE CLASSIC JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP
Glynn's Creek Golf Course
Long Grove, Iowa
August 14-17, 2001

LUNDGREN STAYS CONSISTENT TO HOLD SECOND-ROUND LEAD IN IOWA
Kurokawa stays in control in the Girls Division

LONG GROVE, Iowa-Darren Lundgren of Ballwin, Mo., battled through windy conditions to card a 1-under-par 71 to remain atop the leaderboard after the second round of the AJGA John Deere Classic Junior Championship. Elena Kurokawa of Redondo Beach, Calif., shot a 1-over-par 73 to remain in the lead in the Girls Division.

The 54-hole event, conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, is being held at the par-72 Glynn's Creek Golf Course. The field features 99 of the top junior golfers in the nation, representing 18 states.

Lundgren steadily made par until he two-putted for birdie on the 499-yard, par-5 ninth hole. The 18-year-old used a 9-iron downwind from 160 yards away in the left rough to reach the green in two. Lundgren used a lob wedge to land within two feet of the flagstick on the 17th hole to secure his other birdie on the day.

"The wind was tough today, especially on the front nine because of the crosswinds," Lundgren said. "I'm happy with my round because the conditions required us to try to make par. Hopefully I'll play more of the same tomorrow and maybe a couple more putts will fall."

The Ohio State signee holds a one-stroke lead over Trent Leon of Dallas, Texas, who fired the low round of the day with a 3-under-par 69, and Mike Calkin of St. Charles, Ill., at 140. Leon followed a birdie on No. 12 with two more birdies on Nos. 15 and 17 for a backside 34.

"I'm used to these conditions in Texas," said Leon, who finished sixth earlier this year at the Justin Leonard/Deloitte & Touche Junior Team Championship with teammate Drew Pigg of Plano, Texas. "I need to practice my lag putts and keep it in the fairway to do well tomorrow."

Calkin equaled his first-round total with another 2-under-par 70. After sinking a 30-foot birdie putt on the 12th hole, Calkin made back-to-back birdies on Nos. 14 and 15 to break par for his round.

"I'm going to play aggressively tomorrow and try to win," said Calkin.

Brandon Boomsma of Munster, Ind., is in fourth place at 72-69--141. Josh Esler of Wauconda, Ill., and Scott Seibert of Chesterfield, Mo., are four strokes back at 143.

In the Girls Division, Elena Kurokawa maintained her lead after posting a 1-over-par 73 for a 142 two-day total. After a bogey on the first hole, the 17-year-old recovered nicely with a par on No. 2 and a birdie on No. 3. Kurokawa added another birdie on the 348-yard, par-4 14th hole with a chip-in from 20-feet.

"I made some key putts today and my driver was working well," said Kurokawa, who missed one fairway. "I'm just going to try to stay consistent and hit more greens for the final round."

Alice Kim of Los Angeles, Calif., is four strokes back at 70-76--146. Jessica Castle of Plantation, Fla., is in third place at 150.

Final-round action begins Friday morning at 7:00 a.m. For more information regarding the AJGA John Deere Classic Junior Championship, please contact tournament headquarters at (319) 285-6635.

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LONG GROVE, Iowa
-- Second-round results from the AJGA JOHN DEERE CLASSIC JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Glynn's Creek Golf Course. Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: Boys: 6,995 Girls: 5,836


BOYS DIVISION

Darren Lundgren, Ballwin, Mo.* 68-71--139
Mike Calkin (2002) St. Charles, Ill.* 70-70--140
Trent Leon (2005) Dallas, Texas* 71-69--140
Brandon Boomsma (2002) Munster, Ind.* 72-69--141
Josh Esler (2003) Wauconda, Ill.* 72-71--143
Scott Seibert (2002) Chesterfield, Mo.* 71-72--143
Brad Marek (2002) Arlington Heights, Ill.* 72-72--144
Matt Spielmann (2003) Freeport, Ill.* 71-73--144
Spencer Hutton (2002) St. Cloud, Minn.* 70-75--145
Kyle Murphy (2002) Eau Claire, Wis.* 70-75--145
James Song (2002) Oxnard, Calif.* 69-76--145
Mike Fiedler (2003) Faribault, Minn.* 73-72--145
T.J. Redding (2002) Creston, Iowa* 73-72--145
Kyle Hougham (2002) Walcott, Iowa* 72-74--146
Tyler Swanson (2002) Clinton, Iowa* 74-72--146
Danny Zimmerman (2004) Verona, Wis.* 73-74--147
Scott Weber (2002) Lake Forest, Ill.* 73-74--147
Cody Holub (2002) Leawood, Kan.* 75-72--147
Judd Cornell (2002) Omaha, Neb.* 76-71--147
David Cangemi (2002) Jacksonville, Fla.* 74-74--148
Jimmy Toal, Milan, Ill.* 75-73--148
Brian Carroll (2002) Crystal Lake, Ill.* 73-75--148
Gabriel Borrud (2002) Beaver Dam, Wis.* 73-75--148
Barrett Martens (2002) Platte City, Mo.* 76-73--149
Josh Hart (2003) Cordova, Ill.* 71-78--149
Daniel Vojta (2002) Palatine, Ill.* 72-77--149
Nicholas Schenk (2002) Batavia, Ill.* 73-77--150
Parker Labarge (2002) St. Louis, Mo.* 76-74--150
Brett Barkelar, Schofield, Wis.* 73-77--150
Paul Huddle (2003) Wapello, Iowa* 76-74--150
Brandon Melville (2002) Lubbock, Texas* 73-77--150
Daniel Kim (2004) Cerritos, Calif.* 72-78--150
Scott Gustafson (2002) Eden Prairie, Minn.* 78-73--151
Matt Brooks, Mesa, Ariz.* 77-75--152
Nathan Williams (2002) Olive Branch, Miss.* 75-77--152
Jason Clamors (2002) Ozark, Mo.* 75-77--152
Jon Stecher (2003) Fargo, N.D.* 78-74--152
Nick Dean (2002) Omaha, Neb.* 73-79--152
Dustin Robbins (2003) Henderson, Nev.* 77-75--152
Tyler Peglow (2004) Marshalltown, Iowa* 76-76--152
Clint Brotherton (2002) Taylorville, Ill.* 77-75--152
J Hlavacek (2003) Aurora, Ill.* 75-78--153
Danny Allen, Palm Harbor, Fla.* 79-75--154
Cole Peevler (2005) Keokuk, Iowa* 82-72--154
Scott McGrath (2003) Lake St. Louis, Mo.* 78-76--154
Adam Vandoski (2003) Greenwood, Ind.* 75-79--154
Jeff Osby, W. Des Moines, Iowa* 75-79--154
A.J. Durand (2002) Burlington, Iowa* 80-75--155
Corey Beelke (2002) W. Lafayette, Ind.* 78-77--155
Greg Zick, Leclaire, Iowa* 77-79-156

Sean Meier (2002) Palm Desert, Calif.* 80-76--156
Cean Geronimo (2002) Redondo Beach, Calif.* 82-74--156
Blake Olney (2002) Wichita, Kan.* 82-74--156
Nick Sheedy (2003) Burlington, Iowa* 75-81--156
Joe Weber (2002) Bryant, Wis.* 74-82--156
Paul Jabour, Clive, Iowa* 79-77--156
Ben Smock (2003) San Antonio, Texas* 83-74--157
Tim Kaminsky (2003) Glen Ellyn, Ill.* 75-82--157
Ben Hermes (2003) Dixon, Ill.* 78-80--158
Brandon Beck (2003) Oak Park, Calif.* 79-79--158
Brad Kopsick (2002) Lake Forest, Ill.* 79-79--158
Ali Siam, Westlake Village, Calif.* 77-81--158
Kyle Ritchie (2003) Bedford, Iowa* 79-80--159
Dan Weinbeck (2002) Burlington, Ill.* 79-80--159
Drew Dalziel (2002) Burlington, Iowa* 81-78--159
Michael Moss (2002) Claremore, Okla.* 80-80--160
Chad Wilcox (2003) Peoria, Ariz.* 76-84--160
Adam Johnson (2002) Warsaw, Ind.* 80-81--161
Robby Storm (2002) Belle Plaine, Iowa* 84-77--161
Bob Muchow (2002) Palatine, Ill.* 83-78--161
David Blue (2003) Edina, Minn.* 80-81--161
Ryder Frerichs (2002) Edina, Minn.* 82-81--163
Todd Barkelar (2003) Schofield, Wis.* 82-81--163
Gregory Takata (2002) Palatine, Ill.* 80-83--163
Eric Asbury (2002) Hamilton, Ill.* 86-79--165
Chris Denny (2002) Colorado Springs, Colo.* 79-86--165
Chris Zeller (2002) Branson, Mo.* 83-83--166
Patrick O'Leary (2002) Springfield, Minn.* 86-82--168
Jonathan Holstad (2002) Dellwood, Minn.* 91-81-172
Cameron Flanders (2002) Lawrence, Kansas.* 83-90--173
Andy White (2002) Keosaugua, Iowa* - DQ (6-3a)

GIRLS DIVISION

Elena Kurokawa (2002) Redondo Beach, Calif.* 69-73--142
Alice Kim (2003) Los Angeles, Calif.* 70-76--146
Jessica Castle (2003) Plantation, Fla.* 76-74--150
Taylor Leon (2005) Dallas, Texas* 74-78--152
Noriko Nakazaki (2003) Hanoverpark, Ill.* 75-78--153
Miranda Orr (2002) Victoria, Tex.* 77-78--155
Staci Smoot-Charlson (2004) Rochester, Minn.* 76-80--156
Jaclyn Burch (2003) Wildwood, Mo.* 76-81--157
Seema Sadekar (2003) Bradenton, Fla.* 80-77--157
Christi Athas (2003) Eldora, Iowa* 77-81--158
Brittany Willborg (2003) Cologne, Minn.* 80-79--159
Kelly Weisgarber (2003) Fargo, N.D.* 77-82--159
Whitney Bauer (2002) Mitchellville, Iowa* 77-85--162
Kelly Flynn (2002) Kent, Ohio* 77-85--162
Erin Goranson (2002) Edmond, Okla.* 80-84--164
Brittany Lambert (2004) Keokuk, Iowa* 84-82--166
Stacey Linduska (2003) Woodbury, Minn.* 84-84--168
Lynzee Gumm (2002) Galesburg, Ill.* 87-86--173

 
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