Old Ranch Country Club
Seal Beach, Calif. • July 24 - 27

Miller and Kim tied for first in Girls Division at even par at Old Ranch Country Club

SEAL BEACH, Calif. -Michael Jae Woo Im of Fullerton, Calif., turned in a 3-under-par 69 Thursday to take the lead in the Boys Division after the second round of the CORE Realty Holdings Junior at Old Ranch. In the Girls Division, Nara Kim of Diamond Bar, Calif., and Piper Miller of Laguna Beach, Calif., are tied for first place after the second round at even par 144.

Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, the CORE Realty Holdings Junior at Old Ranch is a 54-hole stroke play event featuring 63 boys and 21 girls, ages 12-18. Five states and two foreign countries are represented with 71 players from California. The event is being held on the par-72 Old Ranch Country Club, with boys tees set at 6,772 yards and girls tees set at 5,873 yards.

Im, who was in fourth place after the first round, said his goal for the second round was to shoot par. He said his driving and chipping improved Thursday, and with an eagle on No. 14 and a birdie on No. 9, Im finished the day bogey-free and reached his goal.

“I actually hit fewer fairways today, but the same amount of greens,” Im said. “Yesterday I struggled to get pars, so today finishing without any bogeys felt good.”

In second place in the Boys Division is Tyler Raber of El Macero, Calif., at 140. Tied for third are Tyler Weir of Carlsbad, Calif., and Michael Yiu of Laguna Hills, Calif., at 142, and tied for fifth place are Boris Stantchev of Long Beach, Calif., and Tom Lo of Los Angeles at 143.

Kim, started the day at 1-under-par 71, said she felt her play Thursday was not as strong as it was in the first round. She said she plans to work on straightening out her shots off the tee and perfecting her putting for the final round.

“I worked on every aspect of my game today and it just didn't work as well as yesterday,” said Kim. “Tomorrow I'm going to play safe golf to try to keep the lead.”

Miller said sinking a long putt for par on No. 14 changed her momentum and her putts started falling. She went on to fire three birdies and finish the round at 1-under-par 71.

“I left too many putts short yesterday,” Miller said. “I was more assertive on the green today and more putts dropped.”

Veronica Valerio of Temecula, Calif., is in third place entering the final round at 4-over-par 148.

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The final round of the CORE Realty Holdings Junior at Old Ranch will begin Friday with 7 a.m. starting times off the Nos. 1 & 10 tees.

For more information regarding the CORE Realty Holdings Junior at Old Ranch, please contact tournament headquarters at (562) 596-4425 ext.721.

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