AJGA SHELL WORLD GOLF VILLAGE JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP
Slammer & Squire at World Golf Village
St. Augustine, Florida
July 23-26, 2001

MILLER PULLS AWAY FROM FIELD FOR FIRST AJGA VICTORY
Code wins fifth AJGA title

ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. - Zack Miller of San Rafael, Calif., carded a 4-under-par 68 in the final round to cruise to his first AJGA title in the AJGA Shell World Golf Village Junior Championship. Miller shot rounds of 70-69-68 for a three-day total of 9-under-par 207. Whitney Code of Tampa, Fla., took the Girls Division title with a three-round total of 4-over-par 220.

The Shell World Golf Village Junior Championship, conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, featured 84 players, ages 13-18, from 12 states. Included in the field were 46 competitors from Florida.

Miller continued his impressive tournament in the final round with a round of 4-under-par 68. He made the turn at even-par, but played the back nine in 4-under-par 32 with birdies on Nos. 11, 13, 15 and 16. It may have been a par he made on the front nine, however, that saved his round.

After hooking his drive out-of-bounds on the 541-yard, par-5 8th hole, Miller made par after rolling in a 15-foot putt.

"That really kept my head in the game," Miller said. "Instead of being 2-over-par, I was at even-par, and that was a huge confidence boost for the rest of the round."

Miller played the par-5s in 8-under-par this week with one eagle and seven birdies.

The 17-year-old has played exceptionally well this year, finishing no lower than 12th in his previous three AJGA tournaments. Miller hopes this title will give him the confidence he needs in the future to compete with the country's best, especially at next week's AJGA Lucent Technologies Boys Junior Championship.

"It hasn't really hit me yet, but it probably will on the way home," Miller added. "I'm just going to take it one day at a time in the future and stay focused. If I can do that, I should be pretty competitive."

Chris Kirk of Woodstock, Ga., finished second at 2-under-par 214 on rounds of 70-72-72. Joe Green III (71-75-69) of Jacksonville, Fla., and Hochul Kim (69-75-71) of Clearwater, Fla., tied for third at 1-under-par 215. David Denham (74-71-72) of Tifton, Ga., Andy Leadbetter (77-68-72) of Orlando, Fla., and Brian Harman (73-71-73) of Savannah, Ga., were all fifth at 1-over-par 217.

Whitney Code of Tampa, Fla., won the Girls Division with rounds of 75-72-73-220 to win her fifth career AJGA title. Code defeated Yunny Cho of Bradenton, Fla., by two shots.

Code was playing in her final AJGA individual competition, and took her second title this year after winning the Justin Leonard Deloitte & Touche Junior Team Championship with her sister, Mallory. She will play for the East team in the Canon Cup in Asheville, N.C., in two weeks.

"It's kind of sad, this being my last AJGA event," Code, a University of Florida signee, said. "But it's good to go out with a win. I'm moving on to bigger things."

Code played steadily all week. She played the front nine in 1-over-par 37, and even-par 36 on the back nine. She recorded two birdies in her round.

"I just played a really steady round," Code added. "I avoided big numbers again and made a lot of pars. I didn't really have any bad holes."

Code will head to the University of Florida with new confidence after this week. She has been working with her swing for the last six months, and it finally paid off with a title.

"I had been struggling with my game this summer, but it is really starting to come around," Code said. "It gives me a lot of confidence going into the fall."

Cho, a University of Georgia signee, was second at 76-75-71-222. Jessica Castle of Plantation, Fla., rounded out the top three with rounds of 75-74-74-223.

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ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- Final results from the AJGA SHELL WORLD GOLF VILLAGE JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Slammer & Squire at World Golf Village. Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: Boys: 6,882 Girls: 5,955

BOYS DIVISION

Pos.

Name

Class

City

State

Rd1

Rd2

Rd3

Total

1

Zack Miller

(2003)

San Rafael

Calif.

70

69

68

207

2

Chris Kirk

(2003)

Woodstock

Ga.

70

72

72

214

T3

Joe Green III

(2002)

Jacksonville

Fla.

71

75

69

215

 

Hochul Kim

(2003)

Clearwater

Fla.

69

75

71

215

T5

David Denham

(2001)

Tifton

Ga.

74

71

72

217

Andy Leadbetter

(2003)

Orlando

Fla.

77

68

72

217

Brian Harman

(2005)

Savannah

Ga.

73

71

73

217

T8

Fernando Figueroa

(2002)

Miami

Fla.

77

70

71

218

 

Joe Morton

(2002)

Waycross

Ga.

72

72

74

218

10

Adam Wallace

(2002)

Ponte Vedra Beach

Fla.

75

72

72

219

T11

Stephen Bobe

(2002)

Pensacola

Fla.

73

77

70

220

 

Butler Melnyk

(2001)

Jacksonville

Fla.

73

75

72

220

T13

Tim Powell

(2002)

Lake Worth

Fla.

77

76

69

222

Brett Stegmaier

(2002)

Madison

Conn.

73

73

76

222

15

James Dickey

(2003)

Pembroke Pines

Fla.

80

73

70

223

T16

Jake Creel

(2004)

Dothan

Ala.

77

75

72

224

Min Kyu Han

(2003)

Tampa

Fla.

74

76

74

224

Steven Crolic

(2003)

Jacksonville

Fla.

75

73

76

224

Michael Young

(2003)

Jacksonville

Fla.

75

73

76

224

Kyle Shirley

(2002)

Fountain Run

Ky.

70

77

77

224

21

Patrick McKillip

(2003)

Jacksonville

Fla.

75

72

78

225

T22

Major Manning

(2003)

Ormond Beach

Fla.

79

74

73

226

Ballard Shearer

(2001)

Marietta

Ga.

75

73

78

226

Chris Anderson

(2004)

Lake Mary

Fla.

72

74

80

226

Derek Oakey

(2002)

La Grange

Ga.

76

70

80

226

T26

David Donaldson

(2003)

Lake Mary

Fla.

81

73

73

227

 

Brandon Wheeler

(2002)

Coral Springs

Fla.

77

75

75

227

 

Preston Brown

(2004)

Ponte Vedra Bch

Fla.

80

72

75

227

 

Jeffrey Krogsgard

(2002)

Daphne

Ala.

74

77

76

227

T30

Blair Harkins

(2002)

Palos Verdes Estates

Calif.

78

76

74

228

Chris Kraft

(2002)

Arlington

Texas

74

79

75

228

T32

Jeff Kiecke

(2002)

Austin

Texas

80

73

76

229

 

Clayton Gamber III

(2002)

Ft. Lauderdale

Fla.

79

75

75

229

 

Paul Trotter

(2002)

Augusta

Ga.

74

79

76

229

 

Jon Kennedy

(2002)

Perry

Ga.

77

78

74

229

 

Tyler Brown

(2003)

Ponte Vedra

Fla.

77

78

74

229

 

Charlie Spence

(2002)

Austin

Texas

82

75

72

229

 

Dustin Howard

(2003)

Douglas

Ga.

74

72

83

229

T39

Tripp Reynolds

(2002)

Shelby

N.C.

75

79

76

230

Tommy Suri

(2003)

Miami

Fla.

78

73

79

230

T41

Shane Behmer

(2002)

Lancaster

Pa.

76

78

77

231

 

Khalifa Masaood

(2001)

Wesley Chapel

Fla.

80

75

76

231

 

Mark Perry

(2003)

Atlanta

Ga.

79

76

76

231

 

Jason Overton

(2001)

Palm Harbor

Fla.

79

76

76

231

T45

Chris Rogers

(2002)

Franklin

Tenn.

80

77

75

232

Brad Nelson

(2004)

Ponte Vedra Beach

Fla.

78

78

76

232

47

Zach Svendsen

(2003)

Fair Oaks Ranch

Texas

79

76

80

235

T48

Doug Morse- Schindler

(2002)

Largo

Fla.

79

78

81

238

Blake Sherrod

(2002)

Ponte Vedra Beach

Fla.

78

80

80

238

Yoalbert Gamboa

(2002)

Miami

Fla.

78

82

78

238

51

Ben Pate

(2002)

Dalton

Ga.

79

80

80

239

T52

David Hughes

(2002)

Wesley Chapel

Fla.

79

79

82

240

Eric Beringer

(2003)

Bryn Mawr

Pa.

78

85

77

240

Charles Kozel

(2002)

Alpharetta

Ga.

86

77

77

240

T55

Bradley Farley

(2002)

Jacksonville

Fla.

85

77

79

241

 

Jeremy Reed

(2003)

Houston

Texas

81

84

76

241

T57

Gatlyn McDonald

(2002)

New Braunfels

Texas

81

76

87

244

Cody Kelley

(2002)

Burleson

Texas

85

79

80

244

59

Blake Blair

(2002)

Heathrow

Fla.

86

82

77

245

60

Riley Hitchcock

(2002)

Orlando

Fla.

85

88

80

253

61

Ryan Brown

(2002)

Maitland

Fla.

84

80

90

254

62

Jeff Gray

(2002)

Winter Springs

Fla.

78

90

87

255

63

Ryan Cline

(2004)

Lee's Summit

Mo.

91

88

98

277

Jay Moseley

(2003)

Bainbridge

Ga.

80

73

DQ

Michael McMurtry

(2002)

Tallahassee

Fla.

81

74

DQ

Dustin Johnson

(2002)

Chapin

S.C.

78

DQ

GIRLS DIVISION

Pos.

Name

Class

City

State

Rd1

Rd2

Rd3

Total

1

Whitney Code

(2001)

Tampa

Fla.

75

72

73

220

2

Yunny Cho

(2001)

Bradenton

Fla.

76

75

71

222

3

Jessica Castle

(2003)

Plantation

Fla.

75

74

74

223

4

Charlotte Campbell

(2002)

Heathrow

Fla.

78

73

77

228

5

Nikki Hadd

(2001)

Crestview

Fla.

77

76

78

231

6

Brandy Andersen

(2002)

Orlando

Fla.

74

76

82

232

7

Romi Irons

(2001)

Dublin

Ohio

77

81

75

233

8

Ashley Lamoreux

(2002)

Seminole

Fla.

76

81

77

234

T9

Blair Lamb

(2005)

Flat Rock

N.C.

80

76

79

235

 

Mary Calderon

(2003)

Orlando

Fla.

82

78

75

235

T11

Mickey Cho

(2002)

Wesley Chapel

Fla.

79

77

81

237

Brenna Gibson

(2002)

Dalton

Ga.

82

80

75

237

13

Ali Kicklighter

(2002)

Deland

Fla.

80

83

78

241

14

Gretchen Zoeller

(2002)

Floyds Knobs

Ind.

87

77

78

242

15

Erin Bradford

(2002)

Lexington

Ky.

77

93

80

250

T16

Mallory Bishop

(2005)

Knoxville

Tenn.

85

90

81

256

Rachel Overstreet

(2002)

Pace

Fla.

83

88

85

256

18

Kristen Boehler

(2003)

Ponte Vedra Beach

Fla.

90

89

87

266

 
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