UNDER ARMOUR® / HUNTER MAHAN CHAMPIONSHIP
Gleneagles Country Club
Plano, Texas • April 15 - 17

Media Score PLANO, Texas -- Final results from the Under Armour® / Hunter Mahan Championship conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Gleneagles Country Club.
Boys Par: 36-35--71. Yardage: 6791. Rating: 74.2. Slope: 143
Girls Par: 36-35--71. Yardage: 6031. Rating: 70. Slope: 129

Boys Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 * Branson Davis
2013
McKinney, Texas 75-71-70--216
2 Dylan Healey
2012
Franklin, Tenn. 68-71-77--216
2 Cameron Champ
2014
Sacramento, Calif. 70-70-76--216
4 Daniel De La Garza
2013
Monterrey, Mexico 75-71-71--217
T5 Brendon Jelley
2013
Tulsa, Okla. 74-70-75--219
5 Lorens Chan
2012
Honolulu, Hawaii 73-70-76--219
T7 Charlie Benell
2012
Pacific Palisades, Calif. 72-77-71--220
7 Brad Dalke
2016
Hobart, Okla. 79-68-73--220
T9 Luke Kwon
2011
Carrollton, Texas 69-76-76--221
9 Ryann Ree
2012
Redondo Beach, Calif. 75-72-74--221
11 Lee McCoy
2012
Clarkesville, Ga. 77-77-68--222
T12 Ryan Burgess
2012
Rancho Santa Fe, Calif. 72-70-81--223
12 Stratton Nolen
2013
Austin, Texas 78-68-77--223
T14 Henry Todd
2011
Trophy Club, Texas 73-72-80--225
14 Kevin DeHuff
2011
Coto de Caza, Calif. 76-75-74--225
14 Donald Stimble
2014
Shell Knob, Mo. 70-75-80--225
T17 Zachary Coats
2012
Springdale, Ark. 71-73-82--226
17 Drew Greenwood
2012
Hot Springs, Ark. 71-79-76--226
T19 Preston Stanley
2011
Katy, Texas 79-73-75--227
19 Andrew Buchanan
2013
Los Altos Hills, Calif. 80-75-72--227
T21 Nathan Weant
2011
Hallsville, Texas 76-78-74--228
21 Preston Standley
2012
Plano, Texas 76-75-77--228
21 Andrew Lister
2011
Coronado, Calif. 71-76-81--228
21 Brandon Liu
2011
Murrells Inlet, S.C. 77-74-77--228
T25 Dylan McClure
2011
Argyle, Texas 78-76-75--229
25 Matt Gilchrest
2013
Southlake, Texas 77-72-80--229
25 Taylor Mihok
2012
Aledo, Texas 78-74-77--229
25 Joseph Abella
2012
Plano, Texas 78-74-77--229
29 Jake Knapp
2012
Costa Mesa, Calif. 79-76-75--230
T30 Sarosh Adi
2011
Frisco, Texas 81-78-73--232
30 Eloy Gonzalez
2012
Laredo, Texas 77-76-79--232
30 Cole Bradford
2013
Plano, Texas 77-76-79--232
30 Parker Jones
2011
Gainesville, Fla. 75-76-81--232
T34 Jamison Youree
2011
Fort Worth, Texas 73-75-85--233
34 Vincent Martino
2012
Southlake, Texas 78-80-75--233
34 Andre' Garcia
2013
Mansfield, Texas 80-80-73--233
34 Cade Storey
2012
Dallas, Texas 80-77-76--233
T38 Thomas Strandemo
2012
Fargo, N.D. 80-73-81--234
38 Shane Wathanasaynee
2012
Cerritos, Calif. 80-75-79--234
40 Andrew Winters
2012
Houston, Texas 79-77-79--235
41 Juan Espiga
2011
(Venezuela) Katy, Texas 80-83-73--236
42 Corey Hayford
2011
Friendswood, Texas 86-74-77--237
T43 Lawrence Ree
2013
Redondo Beach, Calif. 78-80-80--238
43 Brian K. Song
2012
Beverly Hills, Calif. 82-72-84--238
45 Joseph Ahn
2012
Camarillo, Calif. 75-80-84--239
T46 Jens Talbert
2011
Little Rock, Ark. 78-82-80--240
46 Brandon Lau
2011
Sugar Land, Texas 79-78-83--240
48 Garrison Lackey
2011
Weslaco, Texas 83-76-82--241
49 Jordan Cowart
2011
Austin, Texas 80-78-84--242
50 Joey Kron
2011
Coto de Caza, Calif. 84-81-82--247
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Cole Kennedy
2012
Texarkana, Texas
-DQ - Rule 6-6d
  * Won via sudden-death playoff
         
Girls Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 Kaitlin Park
2012
Tustin Ranch, Calif. 69-74-71--214
T2 Summar Roachell
2013
Conway, Ark. 73-75-75--223
2 Maddie Szeryk
2014
Allen, Texas 71-74-78--223
4 Jenny Hahn
2012
Henderson, Nev. 76-76-74--226
5 Sierra Sims
2013
Austin, Texas 80-75-72--227
6 Bethany Wu
2015
Diamond Bar, Calif. 75-79-77--231
T7 Stephanie Liu
2015
Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. 75-81-76--232
7 Hannah Kim
2014
Chula Vista, Calif. 75-78-79--232
9 Grace Choi
2013
Dallas, Texas 78-79-76--233
T10 Anna Sophia Bohmer
2013
Cali, Colombia 78-81-77--236
10 Raegan Bremer
2012
Anaheim Hills, Calif. 79-74-83--236
10 Silvia Garces
2012
Cali, Colombia 79-78-79--236
10 Robynn Ree
2015
Redondo Beach, Calif. 81-77-78--236
14 Michelle Chen
2011
Plano, Texas 85-79-77--241
T15 Kaci McCartan
2011
Plano, Texas 80-83-79--242
15 Elisabeth Bernabe
2013
Anaheim Hills, Calif. 84-78-80--242
17 Vanessa Ha
2014
Allen, Texas 88-81-76--245
18 Alexandra White
2013
Fort Worth, Texas 83-82-81--246
19 Alexandra Sborov
2013
Pleasanton, Calif. 83-81-85--249
20 Anna Kim
2014
Broken Arrow, Okla. 85-88-81--254
21 Leilanie Kim
2011
Surrey, British Columbia 84-85-88--257
 

Davis Endures Playoff to Win First AJGA Victory at Under Armour® / Hunter Mahan Championship
Park stays strong to win Girls Division

PLANO, Texas. — After 54 holes of golf in just two days, Branson Davis of McKinney, Texas, seized first place in the Boys Division after a strenuous two-hole playoff by posting a 3-over-par 216. Kaitlin Park of Tustin Ranch, Calf., shot a 1-over-par 214 to win first place in the Girls Division.

Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, the Under Armour® / Hunter Mahan Championship was a 54-hole stroke play competition played on the par-71 Queen's Course at Gleneagles Country Club. The Boys Division was played the course at 6,791 yards while the Girls Division is playing at 6,031 yards. The 78-player field featured players from 10 states, Canada, Colombia, Mexico, Malaysia, South Korea and Venezuela.

Sitting in a three-way tie for tenth place after 36 holes on Saturday, Davis was unsure about how the rest of the field would play during the final round. However, he started his Sunday off strong by finishing his first five holes 4-under-par.

“My goal for Sunday was to post a great score in the clubhouse,” Davis said. “I stuck all three of my irons to about a foot on Nos. 1, 2, and 5.”

Davis also had two birdies on the back nine, but felt his 15-foot putt for par on No. 16 really kept him on track for the win.

“After I hooked my ball in the hazard on No. 16, I was really worried about how the hole would play out,” Davis said. “But I was able to stick my shot to the green in order to make par.”

Keeping cool under pressure seemed to pay off for Davis as he faced a three-way tie for first after the final round. Davis, Dylan Healey of Franklin, Tenn., and Cameron Champ of Sacramento, Calif., competed in the two-hole sudden-death playoff on No. 18. All three boys fought hard for the win, but Davis pulled ahead to par No. 18 after Healey and Champ bogeyed the hole.

Healey and Champ tied for second with a score of 3-over-par 216. Daniel De La Garza of Monterrey, Mexico, finished in fourth with a score of 4-over-par 217. Rounding out the Boys Division tied for fifth place was Lorens Chan of Honolulu and Brendon Jelley of Tulsa, Okla., with final scores of 6-over-par 219.

Park led the Girls Division from the beginning. After finishing the first two rounds with a two-stroke lead, she took some advice from Hunter Mahan by committing herself to every shot, especially on the putting green.

“I really took advice from Hunter Mahan and committed myself to every shot,” Park said. “I focused on my putting and it really was the main contributor to my victory today.”

Park, who tallied her second AJGA victory today, made par on 12 holes and also birdied two more.

“My putting really saved me and helped me get two surprise birdies,” Park said. “No. 9 seemed to really be working for me because I birdied that hole all three rounds.”

Fishing in a two-way tie for second place with final-round score of 10-over-par 223 was Maddie Szeryk of Allen, Texas, and Summar Roachell of Conway, Ark.

For more information about the Under Armour® / Hunter Mahan Championship, contact AJGA National Headquarters at (770) 868-4200.

About Under Armour®

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Junior All-Star Invitational sponsored by NIKEGOLF
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1
Norman Xiong
204
T
2
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205
T
2
Kaiwen Liu
205
Girls
Total
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207
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208
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