Preview: HP Boys Championship at Carlton Woods

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As the longest-running, all-boys tournament on the AJGA schedule, it’s no surprise to find some of golf’s biggest names on the event’s list of past champions. The record includes prominent junior, college and professional golfers, and many have succeeded at all three levels.
 
Of the 27 past champions, six won the HP Boys Championship during Rolex Junior Player of the Year seasons: David Duval (1989), Lee McEntee (1990), Tiger Woods (1992), Robert Floyd (1994), Seung Su Han (2002), and Cameron Peck (2008). Additionally, Matthew Rosenfeld (2001) set the tournament scoring record and won the tournament one year after being named Rolex Junior Player of the Year.
            
Former champions have gone on to succeed at the collegiate level as well. In the last decade, several HP Boys Championship winners have earned All-America and
All-Conference accolades, including Oklahoma State’s Rickie Fowler, Clemson’s Kyle Stanley, Texas’ Matthew Rosenfeld and Jordan Spieth, and Texas A&M’s Robert Gates, Jr.
            
Golf’s highest level is represented by three major championship winners. Jim Furyk captured the inaugural HP Boys Championship in 1987; 16 years later, he won the U.S. Open at Olympia Fields Country Club. David Duval has a British Open Championship to his credit and was No. 1 in the world for 15 weeks in 1999, while Tiger Woods is still rewriting the record books and has 14 career majors.
           
 In 2012, Shun Yat Hak of Lake Mary, Fla., competed at Carlton Woods for the fourth year in a row and overcame a three-stroke deficit to earn his second Invitational victory. Currently a freshman at Georgia Tech, Hak was a three-time Rolex Junior All-American and tallied five career AJGA wins.
            
“I wish I could never graduate high school because I really want to play this tournament every year,” Hak said following his win in 2012. “Thank you to the volunteers and all the sponsors because I think this is the best tournament on the AJGA.”
            
Golf’s premier players have passed the test presented to them by the HP Boys Championship. With such a rich tournament history, the tournament future is as promising as ever.

 
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1. Andy Zhang
Reunion, FL
2. Sam Burns
Shreveport, LA
3. Jorge Garcia
Miami, FL
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Irving, TX
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Loma Linda, CA
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Hermosa Beach, CA
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Diamond Bar, CA
3. Megan Khang
Rockland, MA
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Austin, TX
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Brea, CA
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209
2
Austin Hitt
211
T
3
Gabriel Lench
212
T
3
Won Jun Lee
212
T
3
Tyler Bakich
212
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Total
1
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215
2
Amy Zhang
217
3
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222
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Boys
Total
1
Davis Shore
206
2
Oliver Simonsen
207
T
3
Zach Norris
209
T
3
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209
Girls
Total
1
Sophia Schubert
204
2
Angella Then
219
3
Kimberlee Tottori
221
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Total
1
Trey Winstead
212
2
Drew Jones
213
T
3
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214
T
3
Michael Feagles
214
T
3
Logan Watkins
214
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Total
1
Mia Ayer
215
2
Jiayu Kong
218
3
Olivia Cason
226
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Boys
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1
Kory Franks
218
2
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219
T
3
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221
T
3
Cole Dillon
221
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1
Amy Matsuoka
216
2
Anna Zhou
220
3
Anabelle Chang
221
Bishops Gate Golf Academy Junior Classic
Boys
Total
1
Joshua Suh
211
T
2
Wocheng Ye
214
T
2
Eric Ghim
214
T
2
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214
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Total
1
Benyapa Niphatsophon
206
2
Clare Amelia Legaspi
209
3
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211
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Boys
Total
1
Isaiah Logue
213
2
Will Bernstein
217
T
3
Davis Lamb
218
T
3
Brent Ito
218
Girls
Total
1
Brynn Walker
231
2
Madelein Herr
235
3
Amy Ding
236
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