AJGA LEGENDARY HEADWEAR SAN DIEGO
The Auld Course
Chula Vista, California
August 13-16, 2001
MARTIN AND SATARAK TIE FOR GIRLS
LEAD AT 69 Park shoots 67 to top Boys Division
CHULA VISTA, Calif. - Allison Martin of Bakersfield,
Calif., and Walailak Satarak of Paramount, Calif., both
carded opening rounds of 3-under-par 69 Tuesday to tie
for first atop the Girls Division leaderboard of the
AJGA Legendary Headwear San Diego Junior. In the Boys
Division, Lenny Park of Rowland Heights, Calif., fired
a 5-under-par 67 to take a one-stroke lead.
Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association,
the 84-player field includes juniors from seven states,
including 68 Californians. Hosted by the par-72 Auld
Course, this week's tournament features some of the
brightest and best juniors in the country.
Martin, who helped lead the West squad to a victory
in the AJGA Canon Cup last week, was able to attain
her pre-round goal of having only red numbers next to
her name on the scoreboard.
"My goal coming in was to shoot under-par on both
sides," said the 15-year-old Martin. "I think
that led to making good, aggressive swings at the ball
instead of being timid. The added aggressiveness gave
me a lot of confidence out there."
Martin was able to follow up her 34 on the front side
with a 35 on the back nine, which was somewhat surprising
"I actually thought I would shoot as well or better
on the back side from playing here before," said
Martin, who won earlier this year at the AJGA ClubCorp
Junior at Mission Hills. "There are a lot of birdie
opportunities on the back, so I knew if I made a mistake
it wouldn't be a big deal. I just wanted to keep giving
myself chances and hope that something would go in."
Satarak, who will be attending UC-Irvine in the fall,
used a blazing front side total of 3-under-par 33 to
pave the way to a share of the first-round lead with
Satarak birdied No. 1 and then bogeyed No. 3 before
responding with three consecutive birdies on Nos. 4,
5 and 6.
"After I birdied the first hole, I knew it would
be a good day," said Satarak, an admittedly slow-starter.
"I didn't get too upset after I bogeyed number
three, because I knew I could get it back at the short
Rounding out the top three of the Girls Division is
Jane Lee of Torrance, Calif., at 71.
In the Boys Division, Park a two-time AJGA winner,
put together a 33 on his first nine and a 34 on his
second nine to record the day's low round with a 67.
"I just tried to concentrate on every single shot,"
said Park. "Club selection was key for me today.
I hit a lot of fairways and greens today and made a
lot of mid-range putts."
Park parred his first four holes of the day before
going out with three birdies on his final four holes
for a 3-under-par 33.
Joining Park in the top five of the Boys Division is
Taylor Wood of Laguna Niguel, Calif., at 68, and Scott
MacDonald of Playa Del Rey, Calif., Tyler Ley of Santa
Barbara, Calif., and David Yoon of Irvine, Calif., at
Second-round action begins Wednesday, with tee times
running from 6:45-8:42 a.m. off the No. 1 and 10 tees.
For more information on the AJGA Legendary Headwear
San Diego Junior, contact tournament headquarters at
CHULA VISTA, Calif. -- First-round results from
the AJGA LEGENDARY HEADWEAR SAN DIEGO JUNIOR conducted
by the American Junior Golf Association at The Auld
Course. Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: Boys: 6,715 Girls:
Lenny Park, Rowland Heights, Calif.* 34-33--67
Taylor Wood, Laguna Niguel, Calif.* 34-34--68
Scott MacDonald, Playa Del Rey, Calif.* 36-33--69
Tyler Ley, Santa Barbara, Calif.* 33-36--69
David Yoon, Irvine, Calif.* 35-34--69
Matthew Ma, Aiea, Hawaii* 36-34--70
Zach Mowbray, Mesa, Ariz.* 34-36--70
Brian Edick, Valencia, Calif.* 34-36--70
Kyle Gentry, Carmel, Calif.* 35-35--70
Breene Murphy, Los Alamitos, Calif.* 34-36--70
Mathew Schreiber, Laguna Niguel, Calif.* 36-35--71
Clay Ogden, West Point, Utah* 35-36--71
Daniel Im, La Mirada, Calif.* 35-36--71
Brett Borchers, Pleasanton, Calif.* 36-36--72
Bryson Young, Reno, Nev.* 36-36--72
Pansing Singhaseni, Beverly Hills, Calif.* 35-37--72
Peter Campbell, Encinitas, Calif.* 35-38--73
Anthony Kim, La Quinta, Calif.* 36-37--73
Jonathan Lenz, San Antonio, Texas* 35-38--73
Jon Friedman, Irvine, Calif.* 34-39--73
Chris Heintz, Brea, Calif.* 35-38--73
Matt Kern, Castro Valley, Calif.* 35-38--73
Ben Marsh, Paradise Valley, Ariz.* 36-38--74
Daniel Kush, Tustin, Calif.* 37-37--74
Daniel Cho, Diamond Bar, Calif.* 37-37--74
Michael Feuerstein, La Jolla, Calif.* 38-36--74
Danny Min, Placentia, Calif.* 37-37--74
Kyle Shelly, San Diego, Calif.* 36-38--74
Daniel Kreindler, Danville, Calif.* 36-38--74
Jong Yoon, San Ramon, Calif.* 37-38--75
Cody Upham, Vancouver, Wash.* 37-38--75
David Siordia, Santa Barbara, Calif.* 37-38--75
Sean Packer, Sumner, Wash.* 36-39--75
Daniel Lee, Huntington Beach, Calif.* 34-41--75
Zach Christ, Santa Rosa, Calif.* 37-39--76
Justin Gravatt, Olympia, Wash.* 37-39--76
Bobby Pancratz, Chandler, Ariz.* 37-39--76
James Fahselt, San Diego, Calif.* 37-40--77
Darren Blair, Coto De Caza, Calif.* 39-38--77
Steve Han, Diamond Bar, Calif.* 37-40--77
Erik Olson, Renton, Wash.* 37-40--77
Tim Cha, Chino Hills, Calif.* 38-40--78
Jay Choi, Buena Park, Calif.* 40-38--78
Ryan McCaffrey, Bakersfield, Calif.* 38-40--78
Kenny Kim, Cerritos, Calif.* 39-40--79
Dillon Lawlor, San Diego, Calif.* 42-37--79
Blake Moore, Monrovia, Calif.* 38-41--79
Younggi Choi, Lafayette, Calif.* 39-41--80
Chris Pederson, Thousand Oaks, Calif.* 42-39--81
Benji Rolsky, Scottsdale, Ariz.* 41-40--81
Matt Toohey, Fair Oaks Ranch, Texas* 36-45--81
Kyle Dowden, Somis, Calif.* 39-42--81
Dillon Dougherty, Woodland, Calif.* 43-38--81
Gregory Chu, Chula Vista, Calif.* 44-39--83
Andrew Price, Mission Viejo, Calif.* 37-46--83
Cory Segall, La Jolla, Calif.* 42-41--83
Ryan Ring, Pleasanton, Calif.* 38-46--84
Nathan Phan, San Diego, Calif.* 45-39--84
Justin Ancheta, San Diego, Calif.* 43-44--87
Aaron Hendry, San Luis Obispo, Calif.* 47-42--89
Allison Martin, Bakersfield, Calif.* 34-35--69
Walailak Satarak, Paramount, Calif.* 33-36--69
Jane Lee, Torrance, Calif.* 36-35--71
Ina Kim, Encino, Calif.* 34-38--72
Irene Cho, La Habra, Calif.* 38-37--75
Sung Lee, Tacoma, Wash.* 37-38--75
Jane Park, La Crescenta, Calif.* 39-36--75
Hannah Jun, San Diego, Calif.* 37-39--76
Sara Jones, Valencia, Calif.* 38-39--77
Charlotte Mayorkas, Chula Vista, Calif.* 39-38--77
Erin Andrews, Las Vegas, Nev.* 39-38--77
Jennifer Tangtiphaiboontana, Long Beach, Calif.* 38-39--77
Sarah Bassett, Spokane, Wash.* 42-35--77
Jennie Lee, Huntington Beach, Calif.* 42-35--77
Mika Takayama, Alameda, Calif.* 40-38--78
Minnie Choi, Fountain Valley, Calif.* 40-38--78
Sommer Scholl, Riverside, Calif.* 40-39--79
Priscilla Park, Santa Ana, Calif.* 42-38--80
Carling Cho, San Juan Capo, Calif.* 40-40--80
Emma Stachowicz, Pacific Palisades, Calif.* 42-38--80
Sarah Trenschel, Santa Barbara, Calif.* 45-41--86
Tiffany Joh, San Diego, Calif.* 38-50--88
Deanna Slaman, San Diego, Calif.* 45-47--92
Holly Lampert, Northridge, Calif.* 46-48--94
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