HARVEY PENICK JUNIOR ALL-STAR
Grey Rock Golf Club
Austin, Texas • August 8 - 11

Media Score AUSTIN, Texas -- Final results from the Harvey Penick Junior All-Star conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Grey Rock Golf Club.
Boys Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: 6607. Rating: 72.2. Slope: 128
Girls Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: 5854. Rating: 73.3. Slope: 123

Boys Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 Osama Khan
2014
(Canada) St. James, Barbados 70-75-70--215
T2 Shintaro Ban
2014
San Jose, Calif. 72-71-74--217
2 Carter Patterson
2015
The Woodlands, Texas 72-75-70--217
2 Tharusyan Pillay
2013
San Jose, Calif. 73-71-73--217
2 Jack Little
2016
Montgomery, Texas 74-68-75--217
6 Connor Smith
2014
Birmingham, Ala. 72-75-74--221
T7 Wyatt Larkin
2014
Morganton, Ga. 79-74-69--222
7 Frank Garber
2014
Kirkland, Wash. 74-76-72--222
7 Kenneth Li
2016
Westmont, Ill. 74-73-75--222
T10 Philip Delisi
2015
Tokyo, Japan 72-78-73--223
10 Philip Barbaree
2017
Shreveport, La. 75-75-73--223
T12 Matthew Beringer
2014
Macon, Ga. 72-76-76--224
12 Jackson Wendling
2015
Effingham, Ill. 76-74-74--224
12 Nathan Jeansonne
2015
Keithville, La. 73-76-75--224
15 Braden Thornberry
2015
Olive Branch, Miss. 73-76-76--225
16 Matt Digoy
2014
Sugar Land, Texas 73-78-75--226
17 Brian Mogg
2014
Sammamish, Wash. 75-74-79--228
T18 Abb Cauthorn
2014
Del Rio, Texas 78-73-78--229
18 Patrick Rhodes
2016
Cypress, Texas 74-80-75--229
T20 William Martinez
2014
Austin, Texas 81-76-74--231
20 J.D. Kiesewetter
2014
Katy, Texas 76-76-79--231
20 Mitchell Meissner
2014
San Antonio, Texas 80-77-74--231
T23 Alex Rios
2014
Coral Springs, Fla. 76-76-80--232
23 Zachary Smith
2014
Pleasanton, Calif. 80-77-75--232
23 Mason Weld
2015
Helotes, Texas 76-82-74--232
23 Sean Murphy
2014
Decatur, Ga. 81-78-73--232
23 Austen Christiansen
2015
Houston, Texas 73-80-79--232
23 Andrew Jacobe
2015
Houston, Texas 78-76-78--232
T29 Sam Rosenberg
2014
Dallas, Texas 78-77-81--236
29 Clarke Hudgins
2014
Amarillo, Texas 78-80-78--236
29 Greg Bechtel
2015
The Woodlands, Texas 80-77-79--236
32 Nathan Pirtle
2015
Sullivan, Ind. 74-84-79--237
T33 Benjamin Winter
2014
Austin, Texas 76-82-80--238
33 Walker Lee
2017
Houston, Texas 78-82-78--238
33 Fischer Priestley
2016
Birmingham, Ala. 76-82-80--238
T36 Benjamin Baxter
2014
Flower Mound, Texas 82-81-76--239
36 Sam Burns
2015
Shreveport, La. 77-80-82--239
36 Joe Harvie
2014
Orting, Wash. 79-86-74--239
39 Gerhard Hernandez
2013
Minatitlan, Mexico 80-76-85--241
T40 Brandon Kewalramani
2017
Simi Valley, Calif. 83-83-76--242
40 Zach Tracy
2015
Houston, Texas 81-80-81--242
T42 Parker Sexton
2016
Germantown, Tenn. 82-85-76--243
42 Brad Skenderian
2015
Coto De Caza, Calif. 82-77-84--243
T44 JC Campbell
2015
Dallas, Texas 80-87-78--245
44 Jake Reilly
2015
Hershey, Pa. 84-78-83--245
44 Sean Wilcox
2016
Frisco, Texas 82-84-79--245
47 Hudson Luthringshausen
2014
Kildeer, Ill. 80-79-87--246
48 Ryan Laughlin
2014
Cypress, Texas 80-86-84--250
T49 Joshua Morgan
2016
Houston, Texas 83-79-89--251
49 Travis McInroe
2016
Plano, Texas 78-85-88--251
51 Clayton Caldwell
2014
Irving, Texas 82-80-90--252
52 Reed Russ
2015
Dallas, Texas 84-85-85--254
53 Tucker Fox
2014
Cordova, Tenn. 86-85-86--257
54 Lucas Rhea
2014
Plano, Texas 90-85-84--259
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Jeremy Walsh
2014
Tequesta, Fla.
79-76-DQ - 6-6d
         
Girls Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 Taylor Coleman
2015
San Antonio, Texas 77-71-75--223
T2 Kristen Gillman
2016
Austin, Texas 78-77-74--229
2 Cheyenne Knight
2015
Aledo, Texas 79-77-73--229
4 Kayla Jones
2014
Milton, Ga. 82-72-78--232
5 Courtney Dow
2016
Frisco, Texas 76-77-81--234
T6 Cynthia Navis
2015
Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. 72-86-77--235
6 Anna Kim
2014
Broken Arrow, Okla. 75-76-84--235
T8 Katharine Patrick
2015
West University Place, Texas 80-78-78--236
8 Abigail Cantwell
2015
Scottsdale, Ariz. 73-87-76--236
8 Madison Kidd
2016
Lake Jackson, Texas 81-74-81--236
11 Radi Sauro
2014
Lake Worth, Fla. 79-79-79--237
12 Joo Youn Seo
2014
Laguna Niguel, Calif. 80-81-77--238
T13 Alisa Chong
2015
Carrollton, Texas 82-78-79--239
13 Mia Ayer
2016
Waco, Texas 80-76-83--239
T15 Cheleen Cousins
2015
Plano, Texas 83-82-82--247
15 Emily Gillman
2014
Austin, Texas 87-78-82--247
15 Mackenzie Perez
2014
Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif. 83-81-83--247
18 Kaeli Jones
2014
Sumterville, Fla. 80-88-81--249
19 Kennedy Ishee
2014
Katy, Texas 83-80-88--251
20 Taylor Hernandez
2015
El Paso, Texas 86-87-83--256
 

Khan notches first AJGA victory at Harvey Penick Junior All-Star
Coleman wins third career AJGA Championship at Grey Rock Golf Club

AUSTIN, Texas - Osama Khan of St. James, Barbados, who sat in fourth place going into the final round, carded a final round 2-under-par 70 to win the Boys Division Championship. In the Girls Division, Taylor Coleman of San Antonio, Texas, won her third career AJGA Championship by carding a 3-over-par 75, to finish the tournament at 7-over-par 223.

The Harvey Penick Junior All-Star is one of ten events in the Gary Gilchrist Golf Academy Junior All-Star Series. Specifically designed for boys and girls ages 12-15, the Gary Gilchrist Golf Academy Junior All-Star Series presents opportunities for younger players to develop their skills and earn entry into AJGA Open tournaments. The Series concludes with the Montverde Academy All-Star Invitational over Columbus Day weekend for winners and top finishers in Gary Gilchrist Golf Academy All-Star Series events. The tournament field includes 55 boys and 20 girls, ages 12-15, from 13 states, Canada, Barbados and Mexico. The Boys Division played the par-72 course at 6,607 yards, while the Girls Division played at 5,854 yards.

Khan's final round included three birdies, and a goal of what he says was “getting back to basics.”

“I just stuck back to the basics of hitting fairways and greens — giving myself opportunities for birdies. I did that early, getting two straight birdies; I hit some good approach shots and made the putts. It was just a matter of how mentally tough I was and fortunately, I was and got the win,” Khan said.

Khan's tournament total of 1-under-par 215, lead him to his first AJGA championship, a victory that he says will continue to boost his golf game in the future.

“This is a big boost for me, I know I can win with the top US players under 15,” Khan said.

Rounding out the top five in the Boys Division was a four-way tie for second place. Shintaro Ban of San Jose, Calif., Jack Little of Montgomery, Texas, Tharusyan Pillay of San Jose, Calif., and Carter Patterson of The Woodlands, Texas, who all tied with a tournament total of 1-over-par 217.

In the Girls Division, Coleman, who recorded her first AJGA victory last year at this event, used strong iron play and committed to a focused game plan in order to regain the lead, and ultimately capture the championship.

“I was just focusing on hitting one shot at a time, and not getting too carried away with my score,” Coleman said of her game plan heading into the final round.

Coleman who is headed to England to play in the Duke of York Young Champions Trophy in September says that her experience in AJGA events will really help her confidence as she heads to International play.

“It boosts my confidence because I know I've won three AJGA events, and I can do well in England now,” said Coleman.

Tied for second place was Cheyenne Knight of The Woodlands, Texas, and Kristen Gillman of Austin, Texas, who both finished at 13-over-par 229.

The American Junior Golf Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the overall growth and development of young men and women who aspire to earn college golf scholarships through competitive junior golf. The AJGA provides valuable exposure for college golf scholarships, and has an annual junior membership (boys and girls ages 12-18) of approximately 5,000 junior golfers from 49 states and more than 40 countries. To ensure scholarship opportunities for all junior golfers who have the skill, the AJGA created the Achieving Competitive Excellence (ACE) Grant program to provide financial assistance to young players in need.

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For more information about the Harvey Penick Junior All-Star contact Tournament Headquarters at (770) 868-4200.

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Sam Horsfield
140
2
Nathan Jeansonne
141
3
Austin Connelly
142
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Robynn Ree
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