Srixon Qualifier Series
TPC Southwind
Memphis, Tenn. • July 17, 2005

Davis and Weathersby share medalist honors in Girls Division at Quail Ridge

BARTLETT, Tenn.  Blake Driskell of Cape Girardeau, Mo., carded a 3-under-par 67 to take top honors at the True Temper/David Gossett Junior Championship Srixon Qualifier. In the Girls Division, Sarah Beth Davis of Victoria, Texas and Hannah Weathersby of Belvidere, Tenn., shared medalist honors with 3-over-par 73s.

The True Temper/David Gossett Junior Championship Srixon Qualifier, conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, was held at the Quail Ridge Golf Course. Sixteen boys and three girls gained entry into the 84-player event that begins on Tuesday, July 19, at the Tournament Players Club at Southwind.

Driskell carded one eagle and five birdies on the day, which led him to a one stroke victory over Ross Reed of Anderson, Ind. Driskell's goal for the day was qualify and he said he couldn't be happier with medalist honors.

I thought I was pretty lucky, my shots were going straight. I want to play at Southwind pretty bad, said Driskell.

Also qualifying to play in the Boys Division with a score of 68 was Reed. Rob Hudson of Fayetteville, Ark., Zachary Fischer of Wake Village, Texas, and Connor McHenry of Jefferson City, Mo., all qualified with scores of 1-under-par 69.

Jared Wolfe of Louisville, Ky., qualified with a 71, while David Zickler of Florence, Ala., Bobby Short of Nashville, Tenn., and Cory Atkins of Washington, Texas, all qualified with 72s. Zack Molnar of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Steven Young of Memphis, Tenn., both qualified with 73s. Jay Twitty of Springfield, Mo., Drew McLellan of Brookwater, Australia, J.B. Farrell of Collierville, Tenn., Jason Glass of Whitehouse, Ohio, and Will Hogan of Ozark, Mo., also qualified after shooting 4-over-par 74s.

Chung Lee of Suwanee, Ga., and Taylor Lucas of Collierville, Tenn., both shot 2-over-par 72s but decided to use the AJGA's opt out policy. Also choosing to opt out with a score of 74 was Andrew Glassell of Clarksville, Tenn. The players will receive one tournament exemption in lieu of playing in the tournament.

In the Girls Divison, Davis and Weathersby both ended with three birdies on the day to put them two strokes ahead of the next place qualifier. Davis said after Sunday's round she is looking forward to the upcoming tournament.

I hope to do well and place in the top five, said Davis.

Weathersby used the AJGA's opt out policy in lieu of playing in the tournament but said that she was happy with her score.

I just wanted to break 75. I thought it would be a lot more difficult than it was, said Weathersby.

Also qualifying after carding a 75, was Jamie Kuhn of Miami.

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First-round tee times for the True Temper/David Gossett Junior Championship will be off the Nos. 1 and 10 tees at the Tournament Players Club at Southwind, beginning at 7:30a.m. on Tuesday, July 19, 2005.

For more information about the True Temper/David Gossett Junior Championship, contact tournament headquarters at (901)748-0534.


BARTLETT, Tenn.  Srixon Qualifier results from the True Temper/David Gossett Junior Championship conducted by the American Junior Golf

Association at Quail Ridge Golf Course. Par: Boys: 35-3570; Girls: 35-3570. Yardage: Boys: 6,433; Girls: 5,802.



1 Blake Driskell, Cape Girardeau, Mo. (2006) 33-3467

2 Ross Reed, Anderson, Ind. (2005) 32-3668

T3 Connor McHenry, Jefferson City, Mo. (2006) 36-3369

T3 Zachary Fischer, Wake Village, Texas (2007) 35-3469

T3 Rob Hudson, Fayetteville, Ark. (2006) 34-3569

6 Jared Wolfe, Louisville, Ky. (2006) 37-3471

T7 David Zickler, Florence, Ala. (2008) 37-3572

T7 Bobby Short, Nashville, Tenn. (2008) 36-3672

T7 Cory Atkins, Washington, Texas (2006) 37-3572

T7 # Chung Lee, Suwanee, Ga. (2009) 37-3572

T7 # Taylor Lucas, Collierville, Tenn. (2007) 37-3572

T12 Zack Molnar, Cincinnati, Ohio (2006) 37-3673

T12 Steven Young, Memphis, Tenn. (2005) 33-4073

T14 # Andrew Glassell, Clarksville, Tenn. (2008) 36-3874

T14 Jay Twitty, Springfield, Mo. (2006) 38-3674

T14 Drew McLellan, Brookwater, Australia (2006) 34-4074

T14 J.B. Farrell, Collierville, Tenn. (2007) 34-4074

T14 Jason Glass, Whitehouse, Ohio (2006) 40-3474

T14 Will Hogan, Ozark, Mo. (2007) 36-3874


T20 Doug Kenny, Roswell, Ga. (2007) 37-3875

T20 Jordan Lewis, Marion, Ill. (2008) 36-3975

T20 Corey Welch, Floyds Knobs, Ind. (2006) 37-3875

T20 Sam Mysock, Tulsa, Okla. (2008) 39-3675

T20 J. Erik Hearnes, Mayflower, Ark. (2009) 37-3875

T20 Casey Patterson, West Helena, Ark. (2008) 39-3675

T20 Luke Carson, Des Moines, Iowa (2006) 38-3775

T20 Nathan Fredrick, Springfield, Mo. (2008) 35-4075

T20 John Hennessey, Ozark, Mo. (2006) 34-4175

T29 Kory Mumalo, Hoover, Ala. (2005) 41-3576

T29 Landon DeStefano, Southaven, Miss. (2005) 39-3776

T29 Nick Faitz, North Little Rock, Ark. (2006) 38-3876

T29 Brent Porter, Nashville, Tenn. (2006) 39-3776

T29 Ross Merrill, Kansas City, Mo. (2007) 37-3976

T29 Derek Myers, Germantown, Tenn. (2006) 41-3576

T29 Dylan Raines, Cave Creek, Ariz. (2007) 37-3976

T29 David Corner, Republic, Mo. (2006) 38-3876

T29 Chris Wilson, Tulsa, Okla. (2007) 37-3976

T29 Dev Varma, Cordova, Tenn. (2007) 39-3776

T39 Matthew Vodde, Fort Wayne, Ind. (2006) 39-3877

T39 Kevin Paul, Lexington, Ky. (2007) 41-3677

T39 Clay Myers, Memphis, Tenn. (2008) 39-3877

T39 Greg McDonald, Lexington, Ky. (2007) 37-4077

T39 Andrew Campbell, Overland Park, Kan. (2007) 40-3777

T39 Timothy Freres, Kenosha, Wis. (2006) 40-3777

T39 Danny Calway-Fagen, Nashville, Tenn. (2006) 37-4077

T39 Clayton Lord, Fairfield, Conn. (2006) 39-3877

T39 Kevin Doskocil, Hillsboro, Texas (2005) 38-3977

T39 Zach Pharr, Brentwood, Tenn. (2005) 37-4077

T39 Greg Zuccaro, Westlake, Ohio (2008) 39-3877

T39 Timothy Kim, Rome, Ga. (2008) 41-3677

T39 James Stevenson II, Hopkinsville, Ky. (2006) 39-3877

T52 Joe Doramus, Little Rock, Ark. (2009) 39-3978

T52 John Whiteman, Saco, Maine (2006) 40-3878

T52 Rob Caldwell, Nashville, Tenn. (2006) 40-3878


T55 Neil Dyer, Brentwood, Tenn. (2008) 39-4079

T55 Sung Lee, Suwanee, Ga. (2007) 39-4079

T55 Cody Johnson, Aurora, Ind. (2006) 41-3879

T55 Tyler Mitchell, Cadiz, Ky. (2008) 41-3879

T59 Curtis Mitchell, Cadiz, Ky. (2006) 38-4280

T59 Bowers Clement, Memphis, Tenn. (2006) 43-3780

T59 Alex Springer, Anthem, Ariz. (2007) 37-4380

T59 Collier Jones, Little rock, Ark. (2008) 39-4180

T59 Kyle Seibert, Hot Springs Village, Ark. (2006) 38-4280

T64 Daniel Hill, Germantown, Tenn. (2006) 37-4481

T64 Richard Blank, III, Little Rock, Ark. (2007) 39-4281

T66 Hayden West, Belden, Miss. (2006) 40-4282

T66 Bobby Fredeking, Huntington, W.Va. (2008) 40-4282

T66 Jason Ryu, Flowood, Miss. (2008) 42-4082

T66 Kaleb Nichols, Cordova, Tenn. (2006) 39-4382

T66 Ronnie Herwig, Tulsa, Okla. (2007) 40-4282

T71 Jacob Crowl, Collierville, Tenn. (2008) 37-4683

T71 Timothy Walls, Memphis, Tenn. (2005) 42-4183

T73 Bailey Childress, Memphis, Tenn. (2007) 44-4084

T73 Jake Carroll, Counce, Tenn. (2007) 42-4284

T75 William Kinney, Germantown, Tenn. (2005) 41-4485

T75 Robbie Taylor, Brentwood, Tenn. (2009) 43-4285

T77 Charles Smith, Bradenton, Fla. (2009) 42-4486

T77 Alexander Cohen, Tampa, Fla. (2007) 40-4686

T79 Charles Giraud IV, New Orleans, La. (2007) 43-4689

T79 Neal Hasbrouck, Dawsonville, Ga. (2006) 43-4689

Adam Dolezal, Lake Forest, Ill. (2007) DQ (6-3a)



T1 Sarah Beth Davis, Victoria, Texas (2009) 39-3473

T1 # Hannah Weathersby, Belvidere, Tenn. (2008) 34-3973

3 Jamie Kuhn, Miami, Fla. (2006) 37-3875

4 Caitlin Fortner, Greeneville, Tenn. (2007) 39-4180


5 Abby Irwin, Germantown, Tenn. (2007) 42-4385

6 Emily Potts, Springfield, Mo. (2008) 42-4789

7 Amanda Martin, Germantown, Tenn. (2009) 47-4390

T8 Lauren Spurlock, Germantown, Tenn. (2007) 44-4791

T8 Katy Nugent, Wichita, Kan. (2008) 43-4891

10 Hallie Cole, Atlanta, Texas (2006) 47-5097

11 Danielle Terrell, Memphis, Tenn. (2006) 49-4998

# - Player opted to take one AJGA Tournament Exemption in lieu of playing in this week's event

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