STARS OF TEXAS JUNIOR ALL-STAR
Grey Rock Golf Club
Austin, Texas • August 16 - 19

Media Score AUSTIN, Texas -- Final results from the Stars of Texas Junior All-Star conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Grey Rock Golf Club.
Boys Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: 6606. Rating: 72.2. Slope: 129
Girls Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: 5859. Rating: 73.7. Slope: 123

Boys Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 Stratton Nolen
2013
Austin, Texas 68-71-67--206
2 Landon Hearnes
2013
Mayflower, Ark. 73-68-72--213
T3 William Martinez
2014
Austin, Texas 71-72-73--216
3 John Rafael
2013
Corpus Christi, Texas 72-71-73--216
5 Colin Frizzell
2013
Nacogdoches, Texas 69-76-72--217
T6 Chester Wang
2014
The Woodlands, Texas 75-73-71--219
6 Bernardo Curbelo
2015
(Venezuela) Bradenton, Fla. 72-71-76--219
8 James Leadbetter
2013
Bradenton, Fla. 76-70-74--220
T9 Donald Stimble
2014
Shell Knob, Mo. 72-73-76--221
9 Tyler Moore
2015
Escondido, Calif. 73-74-74--221
9 Austin Duhon
2013
Orange, Texas 74-74-73--221
12 Julian Lerda
2014
Buenos Aires, Argentina 74-69-79--222
13 Alexander Levy
2013
Austin, Texas 70-74-79--223
T14 Andrew Paysse
2014
Temple, Texas 73-72-79--224
14 Rigel Fernandes
2013
Bradenton, Fla. 76-74-74--224
14 Kevin Cullen
2012
Venice, Calif. 74-73-77--224
T17 Maxwell Miller
2015
College Station, Texas 72-69-84--225
17 Taylor MacKay
2013
Houston, Texas 73-77-75--225
T19 Aaron Guanlao
2014
Haslet, Texas 76-75-75--226
19 Frederick Wedel
2012
Houston, Texas 75-76-75--226
19 Trey Kidd
2013
Honolulu, Hawaii 79-68-79--226
19 Scott Jaster
2013
Bryn Mawr, Pa. 74-78-74--226
T23 Klein Klotz
2013
Austin, Texas 78-73-76--227
23 Andrew Morgan
2012
Long Beach, Calif. 77-73-77--227
23 Caulen Coe
2013
Gulfstream, Fla. 79-75-73--227
T26 Kyle Francis
2013
San Antonio, Texas 73-78-77--228
26 Jonathan Vasquez
2014
Bryan, Texas 73-74-81--228
26 Sam Humphreys
2014
Edmond, Okla. 73-77-78--228
T29 Cody Byford
2013
Round Rock, Texas 72-76-81--229
29 Corbin Kasten
2013
Southlake, Texas 80-77-72--229
31 Lonnie Smith
2013
Bellaire, Texas 77-79-74--230
32 Luke Park
2013
Fullerton, Calif. 80-75-76--231
T33 Grady Bourguignon
2014
Yuma, Ariz. 78-77-77--232
33 Leonardo Kitahara
2013
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil 79-72-81--232
33 Patrick Rhodes
2016
Cypress, Texas 77-73-82--232
33 Dennis Godoy, Jr.
2014
Hideaway, Texas 77-77-78--232
T37 Troy Vela
2013
Mansfield, Texas 75-79-79--233
37 Lucas Schlossberg
2014
Buenos Aires, Argentina 72-78-83--233
37 Brendan Frasier
2013
Encinitas, Calif. 82-75-76--233
T40 Dylan Patscot
2014
Wales, Wis. 82-74-78--234
40 Jalen Ledger
2015
Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. 81-75-78--234
40 Michael Hodson
2015
Amarillo, Texas 75-82-77--234
T43 Jordan Batchelor
2014
St. Johns, Fla. 79-76-80--235
43 Rodrigo Munoz
2013
Bradenton, Fla. 75-76-84--235
43 Bakari Bolden
2014
North Hollywood, Calif. 76-82-77--235
T46 Jacob Veerman
2014
Sugarland, Texas 74-81-81--236
46 Joey Hearn
2013
Austin, Texas 81-77-78--236
48 Collin Morikawa
2015
La Canada Flintridge, Calif. 78-80-80--238
49 Barrett Hennington
2013
Seabrook, Texas 75-78-86--239
50 Anthony Infante
2013
Miami, Fla. 75-83-82--240
51 Kyle Hodges
2013
Argyle, Texas 75-77-89--241
52 Sibo Yan
2015
San Diego, Calif. 80-81-82--243
T53 Abb Cauthorn
2014
Del Rio, Texas 86-79-79--244
53 Andrew Scamardo
2014
College Station, Texas 82-83-79--244
T55 Ernesto Gonzalez
2014
Laredo, Texas 82-76-87--245
55 Carter Patterson
2015
The Woodlands, Texas 87-79-79--245
57 Gustavo de la Garza
2014
Monterrey, N.L., Mexico 82-83-81--246
58 William Woods
2013
East Sandwich, Mass. 82-85-85--252
59 Curtis Brady
2016
Houston, Texas 87-88-85--260
60 Jake Budde
2015
Lakeway, Texas 85-87-98--270
61 Reed Schnake
2013
Houston, Texas 91-91-92--274
62 Michael Herrera
2015
Houston, Texas 88-98-90--276
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Jeffery Cheung
2015
Coto de Caza, Calif.
81-83-JWD
         
Girls Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 Taylor Coleman
2015
San Antonio, Texas 82-73-76--231
T2 Tianyi Wang
2013
Beijing, China 78-77-80--235
2 Brooke McDougald
2015
The Woodlands, Texas 76-78-81--235
4 Kayla Jones
2014
Milton, Ga. 74-79-83--236
T5 Cheyenne Knight
2015
Aledo, Texas 81-80-80--241
5 Kirsten Pike
2013
Ovilla, Texas 84-82-75--241
7 Mackenzie Perez
2014
Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif. 74-82-87--243
T8 Libby Thomas
2013
Midland, Texas 79-82-84--245
8 Kristen Miller
2013
Austin, Texas 82-80-83--245
10 Emily Gilbreth
2013
Bellaire, Texas 86-79-82--247
11 Courtney Dow
2016
Frisco, Texas 81-81-86--248
12 Kristen Gillman
2016
Austin, Texas 84-80-85--249
13 Robin Tan
2014
Austin, Texas 94-91-104--289
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Lana Hodge
2013
Monroe, La.
86-87-QWD
 

Home-Course Advantage Proves Big for Nolen at Stars of Texas Junior All-Star
Coleman caps off her summer with her first AJGA Championship at Grey Rock Golf Club

AUSTIN, Texas — A wire-to-wire victory at his home course was nothing short of expectations. Stratton Nolen of Austin, Texas, fired a 5-under-par 67 in the final round of the Stars of Texas Junior All-Star to finish the tournament at 10-under-par 206. Taylor Coleman of San Antonio shot a final round 4-over-par 76 to claim her first AJGA Championship, finishing with a tournament total of 15-over-par 231.

Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, the Stars of Texas Junior All-Star was a 54-hole stroke play event, held at Grey Rock Golf Club in Austin, Texas. The 77-player field featured 63 boys and 14 girls from 14 states, Mexico, Brazil, China, and Argentina. The boys played the course at 6,606 yards, and the girls played the course at 5,859 yards.

The Gary Gilchrist Golf Academy Junior All-Star Series is a collection of 10 events specifically designed for boys and girls ages 12-15 and presents opportunities for younger members to develop their skills and earn entry into Open tournaments. The series concludes with the Montverde Academy Junior All-Star Invitational over Columbus Day weekend for winners and top finishers in the Gary Gilchrist Golf Academy Junior All-Star Series events.

After making a double-bogey and losing his two-stroke lead after the first hole, Nolen managed to reel off three straight birdies to increase his lead back to two strokes and never looked back. He had seven birdies on the day, thanks in large part to his putting.

“Today was my best putting day of the tournament,” Nolen said. “I made almost all my putts, if not all of them, inside of five feet. Knowing the grain of the grass out here helped my putting alot.”

Because he had been playing tournaments for most of the summer, Nolen was unable to play Grey Rock Golf Club as much as normal, but still proved to be an advantage throughout the three rounds.

“I feel like this being my home course really was not that much of an advantage,” Nolen said. “Being gone most of the summer playing in other tournaments, I haven't had a chance to play that much on the course. I guess, though, that it being my home course still provides somewhat of an advantage.”

Finishing seven strokes behind Nolen was Landon Hearnes of Mayflower, Ark., with a 3-under-par 213. In a tie for third place was William Martinez of Austin, Texas, and John Rafael of Corpus Christi, Texas, with an even-par 216. Colin Frizzell of Nacogdoches, Texas, finished at 1-over-par 217 for a fifth place finish.

After making a triple bogey on No. 11, Coleman stayed focused and finished strong to cap off her come-from-behind victory, her first AJGA Championship.

“I didn't get upset,” Coleman said. “I just kept playing my game and pretended like it never happened.”

After struggling for most of the summer, winning her first AJGA Championship was really special for her.

“It feels good to finally win and end the summer on a good note after not playing very well my past few events,” Coleman said. “It will give me a lot of confidence going into my next tournaments knowing that I can play well and win.

Brooke McDougald of The Woodlands, Texas, and Tianyi Wang of Beijing, China, finished four strokes behind Coleman with a tournament total 19-over-par 235.

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 5,000 junior golfers from 49 states and 30 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.

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For more information about the Stars of Texas Junior All-Star, please contact AJGA National Headquarters at (770)868-4200.

 
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