AJGA FUTURELINKS JUNIOR AT DEER CREEK
Deer Creek Golf & Country Estates, Ruby/Diamond Courses
Ajax, Ontario
August 28-31, 2001

PARR IS GOOD ENOUGH TO WIN AT DEER CREEK
Sadekar takes home Girls Division title

AJAX, Ontario -Andrew Parr of London, Ontario, used a late eagle to avoid an eight-man playoff and win the AJGA FutureLinks Junior at Deer Creek. Seema Sadekar of Stouffville, Ontario, grabbed the Girls Division title with a 233 total.

The 54-hole event, conducted by the American Junior Golf Association and FutureLinks, was held at the Deer Creek Golf & Country Estates, Ruby and Diamond courses. This was the first year of partnership between the AJGA - the United States' premier junior golf organization - and FutureLinks - Canada's blossoming national junior golf program. The field featured 99 players from Canada, the United States and Bermuda, and included 65 players from Ontario.

Parr's final-round 74 overcame a four-shot deficit that he faced at the start of the round. On the fifth hole, Parr cut into the deficit, setting up his lone birdie by choking up on a pitching wedge from 120 yards away and landing it within eight inches of the hole. The 18-year-old continued to work for par until the 527-yard, par-5 16th hole. After his tee shot landed in the right rough, Parr fired a 2-iron that rolled from the fairway to 10 feet past the hole. Parr sank the downhill, breaking putt, which gave him a two-shot advantage.

"No. 16 was definitely a turning point," Parr said. "I started to make a lot of putts coming in and that eagle putt was huge."

As it turns out, it was huge as Parr carried a valuable three-shot lead heading to the 18th hole. After finding trouble off the tee and again out of the fairway, Parr's lead nearly evaporated. Faced with a six-foot putt for the win, Parr drained it to prevent an eight-man playoff.

"I was pretty nervous at that point," Parr said. "I tried to stick to my routine. I visualized the putt and loosened the grip a little bit."

The putt rolled in to give Parr his first AJGA victory, finishing at 72-73-74--219.

"I played well this week," Parr said. "The course was very challenging but I hit the ball straight, which is a must here.

D.J. Reeves of Mission Viejo, Calif.; Justin Bratkovich of Hamilton, Ontario; Joshua Dean of Richmond Hill, Ontario; Andrew Gallo of Thornhill, Ontario; Brad Moulton of Orangeville, Ontario; Daniel Kreindler of Danville, Calif., and Jesse Dixon of Ann Arbor, Mich., finished one shot back at 220.

In the Girls Division, Sadekar held off Eom-Ji Park of Vancouver, British Columbia, in a battle that came down to the 511-yard, par-5 18th hole with Sadekar clinging to a one-shot lead. Both hit their approach shots safely to the green but each faced long putts for birdie. Sadekar rolled her lag putt of 35 feet to within inches of the flagstick for a tap-in par. Park needed to sink her 25-footer to force a sudden-death playoff, but it fell five-feet short sealing Sadekar's first AJGA victory in only her third appearance.

"It was a battle out there," said Sadekar, who attends the David Leadbetter Golf Academy in Bradenton, Fla. "I tried not to focus on what she was doing and, instead, I just tried to focus on my game."

Sadekar ends a three-week stretch of tournaments played with two eighth-place finishes and a victory.

"I want to keep playing more AJGA events," said the 16-year-old. "My game is getting better and I hope to be very competitive next year."

Park finished at 82-72-81--235 for runner-up honors. Isabelle Gendreau of St-Georges Beauce, Quebec, took home third place at 238.

For more information on the AJGA FutureLinks Junior at Deer Creek, please contact AJGA National Headquarters at (770) 868 4200.

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AJAX, Ontario -- Final results from the AJGA FUTURELINKS JUNIOR AT DEER CREEK conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Deer Creek Golf & Country Estates, Ruby/Diamond Courses. Par: 36-35--71. Yardage: Boys: 6,542; Girls: 5,801.

BOYS DIVISION

Pos.

Name

Class

City

State

Rd1

Rd2

Rd3

Total

1

Andrew Parr

(2002)

London

Ontario

72

73

74

219

T2

D.J. Reeves

(2002)

Mission Viejo

Calif.

73

79

68

220

Justin Bratkovich

(2002)

Hamilton

Ontario

72

78

70

220

Joshua Dean

(2002)

Richmond Hill

Ontario

75

74

71

220

Andrew Gallo

(2002)

Thornhill

Ontario

72

75

73

220

Brad Moulton

(2002)

Orangeville

Ontario

68

78

74

220

Daniel Kreindler

(2002)

Danville

Calif.

71

74

75

220

Jesse Dixon

(2002)

Ann Arbor

Mich.

72

69

79

220

9

Shawn Lafontaine

(2001)

Cobourg

Ontario

76

74

72

222

10

Daniel Krause

(2001)

Waterford

Mich.

75

74

74

223

11

Cory Thistlethwaite

(2002)

Dundas

Ontario

78

75

71

224

T12

Peter Verschoote

(2002)

Burlington

Ontario

77

75

73

225

Jonathan Johasky

(2002)

Lower Burrell

Pa.

73

77

75

225

T14

Steve Muir

(2002)

London

Ontario

80

74

73

227

 

Peter More

 

Winnipeg

Manitoba

74

79

74

227

 

Craig Revell

(2003)

Kingston

Ontario

77

75

75

227

 

Anthony Manna

(2003)

Richmond Hills

Ontario

73

77

77

227

 

Axle Riley

(2002)

Pickering

Ontario

75

73

79

227

19

Graham Bell

(2002)

Sarnia

Ontario

77

73

78

228

T20

Michael Joyce

(2002)

Peterborough

Ontario

77

77

75

229

 

Donald Bryson

(2002)

Brantford

Ontario

76

77

76

229

 

Scott Szurek

(2002)

Bloomfield Hills

Mich.

74

78

77

229

 

Andrew Ross

(2002)

Dundas

Ontario

75

74

80

229

T24

Adam Jagelewski

(2002)

Walkerton

Ontario

77

79

74

230

John Kassabian

(2001)

Scarborough

Ontario

78

78

74

230

Dustin Wetherup

(2003)

Oshawa

Ontario

76

74

80

230

27

Dave Patronik

(2002)

Orchard Park

N.Y.

77

79

75

231

28

Josh Weber

(2002)

Kitchener

Ontario

82

76

74

232

T29

Daniel Kim

(2004)

Cerritos

Calif.

79

78

76

233

 

Nick Kenney

(2002)

Etobicoke

Ontario

75

79

79

233

T31

Kevin Dore

(2003)

Dundas

Ontario

82

78

74

234

Eric West

(2002)

Pembroke

Bermuda

80

78

76

234

Jeff Nichols

(2002)

Rochester Hills

Mich.

79

75

80

234

Ryan LaPalm

(2002)

Stirling

Ontario

80

75

79

234

35

Jordan Fitzgerald

(2004)

Peterborough

Ontario

82

79

75

236

36

Ryan Ellis

(2002)

Cumberland

Ontario

81

78

78

237

T37

Louis Muir

(2002)

London

Ontario

84

76

78

238

 

Tino Smardenka

(2002)

Woodbridge

Ontario

77

83

78

238

 

David Poirier

(2002)

Thunderbay

Ontario

78

79

81

238

T40

Nick Wigle

(2003)

Lasalle

Ontario

78

85

76

239

Mark Zbrzeznj

(2002)

Lafayette Hill

Pa.

83

77

79

239

Jared Miller

(2003)

Schnecksville

Pa.

78

82

79

239

Victor Ciesielski

(2003)

Cambridge

Ontario

78

80

81

239

T44

Jay Thomsen

(2003)

Stittsville

Ontario

76

86

78

240

 

Brian Riley

(2002)

Rochester

N.Y.

80

80

80

240

46

Scott Harvey

(2002)

Brantford

Ontario

83

80

78

241

T47

Mike Hamilton

(2001)

Uxbridge

Ontario

85

83

74

242

 

Joshua Burbidge

(2003)

Newport

Nova Scotia

83

83

76

242

 

Michael Leon

(2002)

Brampton

Ontario

83

79

80

242

 

Brett Ryan

(2001)

Stittsville

Ontario

81

80

81

242

T51

Pierre- Olivier Beaudry

(2004)

Drummondville

Quebec

86

82

75

243

Peter Campbell

(2001)

Baddeck

Nova Scotia

78

88

77

243

Kyle Mackenzie

(2003)

Listowel

Ontario

83

82

78

243

Bill Gleed

(2002)

Newmarket

Ontario

81

77

85

243

T55

Sean Lowry

(2001)

Oakville

Ontario

83

85

76

244

 

Dana Johnson

(2003)

Brantford

Ontario

79

86

79

244

 

Nils Homer

(2002)

Brampton

Ontario

77

85

82

244

T58

Kevin Bryce

(2003)

Mississauga

Ontario

78

87

80

245

Christopher Jerome

(2002)

Twin Falls

Idaho

83

81

81

245

Reid Hartley

(2003)

Aurora

Ontario

82

75

88

245

T61

Mike Boyce

(2002)

Uxbridge

Ontario

77

84

85

246

 

Brad Revell

(2005)

Kingston

Ontario

76

81

89

246

63

Cody Harris

(2001)

Belle River

Ontario

79

88

80

247

T64

Billy Hanes

(2004)

Elma

N.Y.

78

93

77

248

 

Steven Topping

(2003)

Peterborough

Ontario

82

83

83

248

 

Ryan Gonzalez

(2001)

Burlingame

Calif.

84

80

84

248

67

Curtis Richardson

(2002)

Belleville

Ontario

89

78

82

249

68

Jeremiah Shields

(2002)

Ottawa

Ontario

81

84

85

250

T69

Brandon Edwards

(2004)

Peterborough

Ontario

90

81

80

251

Justin Magee

(2003)

Rochester

N.Y.

82

88

81

251

Michael French

(2002)

Toronto

Ontario

85

85

81

251

Peter Sauerbrei

(2003)

Kingston

Ontario

89

78

84

251

73

Scott Schrader

(2002)

Lindsay

Ontario

77

86

89

252

T74

Scott Allan

(2003)

Burlington

Ontario

81

85

87

253

J.W. Lodge

(2004)

Houston

Texas

83

82

88

253

76

Jimmy Pizzutelli

(2002)

E. Amherst

N.Y.

84

85

85

254

77

Adam Ratkovsky

(2003)

St. Catharines

Ontario

84

86

85

255

78

Anthony Italiano

(2001)

Toronto

Ontario

86

86

84

256

79

Cameron McWade

(2002)

Kanata

Ontario

83

84

92

259

80

Matthew Maida

(2002)

Mississauga

Ontario

96

85

85

266

81

Jim Kratz

(2002)

Ottawa

Ontario

91

85

96

272

Adam Robinson

(2001)

Harrow

Ontario

85

82

WD

Daniel Kim

(2002)

Torrance

Calif.

84

WD

Max Lizondo

(2002)

Ottawa

Ontario

WD

GIRLS DIVISION

Pos.

Name

Class

City

State

Rd1

Rd2

Rd3

Total

1

Seema Sadekar

(2003)

Stouffville

Ontario

74

77

82

233

2

Eom- Ji Park

(2003)

Vancouver

B.C.

82

72

81

235

3

Isabelle Gendreau

(2004)

St- Georges Beauce

Quebec

83

81

74

238

4

Eunice Yum

(2003)

Torrance

Calif.

81

75

84

240

5

Erica Deschamps

(2004)

Blind River

Ontario

78

90

81

249

6

Anna Stocker

(2002)

Duluth

Minn.

85

84

83

252

7

Erica Dahl

(2002)

Fargo

N.D.

81

85

87

253

8

Meaghan Leblanc

(2002)

Calgary

Alberta

83

86

86

255

9

Anita Gahir

(2006)

Thornhill

Ontario

86

89

85

260

10

Holly Goncalves

(2003)

London

Ontario

90

86

88

264

11

Bridget Erwin

(2004)

Syracuse

N.Y.

95

86

88

269

12

Christin Thomson

(2002)

Fort Frances

Ontario

95

92

87

274

13

Lindsey Edmunds

(2001)

Antigonish

Nova Scotia

90

99

92

281

14

Krista Cudmore

(2002)

Blind River

Ontario

97

96

96

289

Jill Ferrante

(2003)

Battle Ground

Wash.

85

WD

 
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