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Crowded Leaderboard at Sixth Annual George Hannon Junior Invitational

AUSTIN—The first round of the sixth annual George Hannon Junior Invitational was held today at The Hills Country Club’s Signature Course. The 85-player field features the top players on the Legends Junior Tour’s College Golf Camps of America points list. The event, which is run in partnership with the Hannon Cup Association, was created to honor one of Austin’s golf legends, George “Coach” Hannon.

Reid Davenport of Austin, playing in only his second LJT championship, leads the Boys 15-18 division after firing an opening round 4-under-par 68 on the par-72 Jack Nicklaus layout. Davenport, who turned 15 last week, made six birdies to go along with two bogeys. He’s the reigning Junior Club Champion at Barton Creek.

Davenport will face some stiff competition in the final group tomorrow. Ryan Grider, the current points leader in the Boys 15-18 division, is one shot back at 3-under 69. Max Miller, the 2012 George Hannon Junior Invitational champion, trails Davenport by two shots at 2-under 70. Miller won the title at The Hills Country Club.

There is a three-way tie for the lead in the Boys 14 & Under division. Jake Wittschiebe of Fair Oaks Ranch, Holden Wisener of Dallas and Parker Coody of Plano all shot 3-over 75. Parker’s twin brother Piercesson and Jenson Rogenes of Frisco are a shot back at 4-over 76. Only four shots separate the top 10 players, including current points leader Thomas Critch at 4-over 76.

Hailee Cooper of Montgomery and Jenna Phillips of Austin are tied for the lead in the Girls 12-18 division. Cooper, 14, is looking to win for the fourth week in a row. She won the Texas State Junior Championship in July followed by back-to-back AJGA victories in Southlake and Austin. Ann Parmeter, also of Austin, will join the final group and is only one shot back.

The highlight of the day came early in the morning when Chandler Rosholt made a hole-in-one on No. 12. She used an 8-iron for her first career ace in competition.

The final round begins 8 a.m. Tuesday with players teeing off Nos. 1 and 10. Spectators and media are welcome to attend. For more information, please click here.

George Hannon Junior Invitational
The Hills Country Club – Signature Course
Austin,Texas

Boys 15-18
1              Reid Davenport, Austin, Texas – 32-36–68

2              Ryan Grider, Lewisville, Texas – 35-34–69

3              Maxwell Miller, College Station, Texas – 31-39–70

T4           Chandler Phillips, Huntsville, Texas – 38-34–72

T4           Kyle Hogan, Cypress, Texas – 36-36–72

T6           Cash Carter, Dallas, Texas – 36-38–74

T6           Cole Hammer, Houston, Texas – 38-36–74

T6           Garett Reband, Cleburne, Texas – 35-39–74

T9           Alex Clouse, Flower Mound, Texas – 38-37–75

T9           Blaine Hale Jr., Dallas, Texas – 37-38–75

T9           Brandon Smith, Frisco, Texas – 34-41–75

T9           Clark McCollum, Austin, Texas – 37-38–75

T9           Rishi Kejriwal, Austin, Texas – 35-40–75

T9           Walker Lee, Houston, Texas – 36-39–75

T9           Zack Hayward, Dallas, Texas – 39-36–75

T16         Dillon Baxter, Austin, Texas – 37-39–76

T16         McClure Meissner, San Antonio, Texas – 39-37–76

T18         Benjamin Arnett, Houston, Texas – 40-37–77

T18         Cooper Dossey, Austin, Texas – 38-39–77

T18         Jackson Markham, Westlake, Texas – 41-36–77

T18         Lawson Klotz, Lufkin, Texas – 39-38–77

T18         William Holcomb V, Crockett, Texas – 36-41–77

T23         Austin Cotton, Austin, Texas – 39-39–78

T23         Grant Lincecum, Houston, Texas – 39-39–78

T23         Sam Bennett, Madisonville, Texas – 40-38–78

T23         William Martinez, Austin, Texas – 44-34–78

T27         Camden DeBonis, Allen, Texas – 38-41–79

T27         Jake Stevenson, Boerne, Texas – 39-40–79

T27         Oliver Simonsen, Ooltewah, Tenn. – 39-40–79

T27         Weylen Chang, Richardson, Texas – 42-37–79

T31         Levi Valadez, San Antonio, Texas – 42-38–80

T31         Mark Reppe, Dallas, Texas – 39-41–80

T31         Nick Costello, Austin, Texas – 42-38–80

T31         Nick Winborn, Austin, Texas – 39-41–80

35           Kane Ybarra, San Antonio, Texas – 41-40–81

T36         Austin Tran, Fort Worth, Texas – 41-41–82

T36         Jordan Sanders, Cedar Park, Texas – 43-39–82

T36         Max Harmon, Waco, Texas – 42-40–82

T36         Nicholas Duggan, San Antonio, Texas – 42-40–82

40           Dalton Hankamer, Salado, Texas – 39-44–83

41           Sebastian Lara, La Porte, Texas – 40-44–84

T42         Eric Seutter, Carrollton, Texas – 42-45–87

T42         Ryan Baker, Houston, Texas – 41-46–87

T44         Braydon Evans, Oakville , Ontario  – 45-43–88

T44         Colin Mulligan, Houston, Texas – 44-44–88

T44         Tate Fleming, Pasadena, Texas – 44-44–88

47           Benjamin Constancio, Pflugerville, Texas – 49-43–92

48           Sean Meehan, San Antonio, Texas – 81–JWD

49           Travis McInroe, Plano, Texas – 83–JWD

Boys 14 & Under

T1           Holden Wisener, Dallas, Texas – 40-35–75

T1           Jake Wittschiebe, Fair Oaks Ranch, Texas – 39-36–75

T1           Parker Coody, Plano, Texas – 36-39–75

T4           Jenson Rogenes, Frisco, Texas – 38-38–76

T4           Pierceson Coody, Plano, Texas – 38-38–76

T6           Crosby Guercio, Frisco, Texas – 41-36–77

T6           Thomas Critch, Cedar Park, Texas – 37-40–77

8              Blake Pettle, Dallas, Texas – 41-37–78

T9           Sangmin Park, Lewisville, Texas – 43-36–79

T9           Trey Bosco, Austin, Texas – 41-38–79

11           Jansen Smith, San Angelo, Texas – 39-41–80

T12         Austin Chung, Austin, Texas – 43-39–82

T12         Junmin Lee, Mission, Texas – 42-40–82

14           Turner Hosch, Dallas, Texas – 39-44–83

15           Thomas Bockholt III, Austin, Texas – 41-43–84

16           Luke Dossey, Austin, Texas – 44-42–86

T17         Garrett Martin, San Antonio, Texas – 45-43–88

T17         Nicolas Macias, Austin, Texas – 46-42–88

Girls 12-18

T1           Hailee Cooper, Montgomery, Texas – 35-38–73

T1           Jenna Phillips, Austin, Texas – 38-35–73

3              Ann Parmerter, Austin, Texas – 37-37–74

4              Chandler Rosholt, Cedar Park, Texas – 39-37–76

T5           Grace Do, Coppell, Texas – 40-39–79

T5           Kaylee Vesely, Austin, Texas – 39-40–79

T5           Lauren Comegys, Austin, Texas – 41-38–79

T8           Annika Clark, Highlands, Texas – 39-41–80

T8           Faith Summers, San Antonio, Texas – 39-41–80

T8           Hanna Harrison, Plano, Texas – 38-42–80

11           Lauren Leslie, Houston, Texas – 39-42–81

12           Ashni Dhruva, Katy, Texas – 44-38–82

13           Brielle Ward, Frisco, Texas – 42-41–83

14           Sadie Englemann, Austin, Texas – 41-44–85

15           Randi Romack, Austin, Texas – 45-42–87

16           Caylee Senn, Richmond, Texas – 44-44–88

17           Courtney Gaskamp, Austin, Texas – 44-46–90

18           Jordan Shackelford, Austin, Texas – 46-48–94

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David E. Prinz

Director of Operations

Legends Junior Tour/Trans-Miss Golf Assoc

Office: 214.468.8955 x201

Fax: 214.468.8032

Website: www.TLJT.org

www.trans-miss.org

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Adam Lowe’s 65 Secures Horseshoe Bay Invitational Victory

DSCN6521Adam Lowe of Hondo, Texas birdied the first five holes at Slick Rock Golf Course at Horseshoe Bay to move into contention for the title.  He added two more birdies on the back nine to shoot 65 and win the Horseshoe Bay Invitational by one shot over Jordan Cowart, who also recorded 65.

Lowe is ranked 9th in the San Antonio Player of the Year race.  The Golf San Antonio rankings determine who represents San Antonio in the upcoming I-35 Cup competition between Austin and San Antonio.   Austin Amateur Golf’s rankings are used to determine who will represent Austin.  Click here to see those rankings.

DSCN6518Jordon Cowart, who will be a senior math major at Southwestern University, also posted 65 in the final round, including a chip in on the last hole for birdie.  Cowart credits working with instructor Tim Hobby of Sonterra Country Club in San Antonio for improving his play over the last year.  Cowart finished third individually in the 2014 D3 NCAA tournament and is no stranger to playing well.  Sunday was the first round he had ever played at Slick Rock and he played aggressively, using driver off the tee where others were playing more conservatively.   It worked out well.

First round leader Jay Reynolds went on to shoot one under par 71 and finish third.   Reynolds was the only player to break par in the first round at Ram Rock, where he shot one under par.

Joe Beck III, shown below, shot 67 in the final round and finished 4th.DSCN6520

With perfect scoring conditions the course yielded a number of low scores including 65 by Lowe and Cowart, 67 by Cameron Button and Joe Beck III, 69 by Mike Allen and Matt Werneke and 70 by Jeff Shell, Nicholas Cristea, Danny Lee and Erik Henson.  For full field scores, visit the leaderboard at Austin Amateur Golf.

 

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Joey Hornaday Comments On Robin Williams and Harvey Penick

By Joey Hornaday

The recent passing of Robin Williams truly was sad.  Not just from the loss of an outstanding comedian, but, as we just found out, maybe even a better person.

There have been many great comedians, but think back.  How many truly “great” people come to mind.  Not very many.  After much soul-searching, the main one that pops up here is Harvey Penick.  Like Williams, he was better known for something else.

Few of us knew him in his prime.  He was well in his 50s when a bunch of Baby Boomers fell in love with golf at the Austin Country Club.  He was the main reason why, and playing a part in that was the way he came across.

He was always the same – happy to see you.  There was never a situation he couldn’t overcome with a smile on his face.  If there was a negative ounce in his body, it never came to the surface.  The club president was just important to him as the part-time bag boy.  He charged Kathy Whitworth and Sandra Palmer the same $5 that he charged Joe Blow

His popularity was so high he could have hung out with the members but he chose not to.  He always ate lunch at a table by himself in the 19th hole and he was never seen playing a round of golf there.  If he ever hit balls on the practice range, it would have been Monday when the club was closed.

Well, that’s not quite true.  If he hadn’t been such a high-quality teacher, he could have made the circuit as a trick-shot artist.  Best remembered was his “Call Shot”.  He would ask a bystander to call out “hook” or “slice” when he reached the top of his backswing.  Sure enough, it curved the right way every time.  Not sure this one really happened, but memory says it did – he could hit two balls at once, with one hooking and the other slicing.

One of the first lessons here was short and sweet.  First, he would check your grip and stance.  Then he would watch you hit a few balls.  I was ready to hear how he would solve the slice:  keep the right elbow in, don’t sway into the ball, shift your weight, etc.  “Just concentrate on hitting it on the toe of the club,” he said gently.  No, that can’t be it!  That’s too simple.  It must be something much more complicated and complex. But after the a few straight balls, he was right.

He then would promptly leave for his office, where he would pull out some papers from his desk and write stuff down.  We always joked about how we were supplying him with material for a book.  Sure enough, we were.

Probably his foundation of golf instruction was based on optimism.  The word “don’t” did not exist to him.  It was always “do”.  It was never, “don’t take the club back so far.”  It was always, “take it back just halfway.”  He knew negative words led to negative thoughts, which would lead to negative shots.  He counseled “Always Eat Dinner with Good Putters” because he knew good putters were optimistic people or they wouldn’t be good putters.  Hang out with them and it will rub off on you.

An experience over 50 years ago about his thought process comes to mind.  After a horrible round one day, the head was down and the body slumped as it passed by the golf shop.  Mr. Penick caught sight and rushed out.

How did you play today?” he asked, already knowing the answer.

“Really bad,” came the response with a big frown.
“Well, did you hit just one good shot?”
“Yeah, I guess.”
“Then that’s what you should be thinking about,” he said and walked back into the shop.

That one statement has stayed with me over time on and off the course, and shaped the way I try to perceive life.  I owe it all to him.

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Jay Reynold’s 70 Leads Horseshoe Bay Invitational

Jay Reynolds, having recently regained his amateur status, is having fun playing local amateur golf.  It’s always fun to shoot one under par 70 at the difficult Ram Rock golf course in Horseshoe Bay.  And, when it’s the only sub par round of the day and provides a two shot lead headed into the final round of the tournament, it’s even more fun.

Steve Landry is Reynolds closest pursuer, having shot one over par 72.  Adam Lowe of San Antonio and Joe Beck III posted three over par 74.  Then there are four players at four over 75 and five players at five over 76.  Full field scores are available at Austin Amateur Golf.  Click here to access that website.

The golf course was in excellent condition with healthy rough and soft greens.  Winds were from the southeast at 10-15.   Ram Rock was about as available for good scoring as it gets.  Unfortunately, that is not very available.

The course continues to be one of the most difficult courses in the area.  It punishes wayward shots and makes double bogeys or more difficult to avoid.  The combination of playing foursomes and the difficulty of the course made five hour rounds the norm for the day and it was hot.  Players had their hands full.

Play concludes tomorrow at Slick Rock Golf Course and will provide players with a better opportunity for scoring.  Tee times are available at this link.

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Jordan Sanders Wins TGA South Amateur

Jordan Sanders of Cedar Park shot a final round 70 to win the Texas Golf Association South Region Amateur.  Sanders combined rounds of 69-69-70 to post eight under par and win by six shots over Jimmy Keener of San Antonio.  John Dowdall finished third at one under par and Trevor Hyde of Kerrville finished fourth at even par.  Austin’s  Brian Noonan and Barrett Sandefeur finished T5.  Sandefeur recorded the low round of the tournament on the final day with 66.

Sanders has just graduated from Cedar Park High School and will attend Texas Tech in the fall.

Click here for the full field scores.
Click here to read the Texas Golf Association description of the victory.

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Jordan Sanders Lead TGA South Amateur By One

Jordan Sanders

Jordan Sanders recorded 69-69 = 138, six under under par for two rounds and take a one shot lead with one round remaining in the Texas Golf Association South Amateur Championship being played at Commanche Trace in Kerrville, Texas.

John Dowdall of Fulshear shot 31-39=70 in the second round to go with a first round 69 to post five under par for two rounds one shot back of Sanders.

Sanders played golf at Cedar Park High School and will attend Texas Tech University where he will be playing for the Men’s Golf Team.

Read the write up on the TGA website at this link.

Full Leaderboard
Fav SC Pos. Player City Today Hole Total R1 R2 R3 Total
1 Jordan Sanders Cedar Park 9:48 am Tee: 1 -6 69 69
2 John Dowdall Fulshear 9:48 am Tee: 1 -5 69 70
3 Jimmy Keener San Antonio 9:48 am Tee: 1 -3 69 72
4 Ed Sanchez San Antonio 9:39 am Tee: 1 -1 71 72
T5 Logan Boatner Humble 9:39 am Tee: 1 Even 69 75
T5 Adam Lowe Hondo 9:39 am Tee: 1 Even 74 70
7 Trevor Hyde Kerrville 9:30 am Tee: 1 +1 72 73
T8 John Hunter Houston 9:30 am Tee: 1 +2 77 69
T8 Brian Noonan Austin 9:30 am Tee: 1 +2 70 76
T10 Bob Kearney Houston 9:12 am Tee: 1 +3 73 74
T10 Austin Wylie Boerne 9:21 am Tee: 1 +3 71 76
T10 Tony Soerries Montgomery 9:21 am Tee: 1 +3 72 75
T10 Michael Allen Austin 9:21 am Tee: 1 +3 76 71
14 Nick Thornton Boerne 9:12 am Tee: 1 +4 74 74
T15 Ryan Oliver Houston 9:03 am Tee: 1 +5 76 73
T15 Marshall Piper Cypress 9:12 am Tee: 1 +5 72 77
T15 Sean Skellenger Austin 9:03 am Tee: 1 +5 72 77
T18 Jerry Holguin San Antonio 9:03 am Tee: 1 +6 77 73
T18 Matt Griffin San Antonio 8:54 am Tee: 1 +6 74 76
T18 Matthew Dunn Houston 8:54 am Tee: 1 +6 74 76
T21 Barrett Sandefur Austin 8:45 am Tee: 1 +7 75 76
T21 Patrick Bailey Houston 8:54 am Tee: 1 +7 81 70
T21 Stephen Marland Houston 8:45 am Tee: 1 +7 73 78
T24 Bobby Baugh San Antonio 8:36 am Tee: 1 +8 78 74
T24 Austin Cotton Austin 8:36 am Tee: 1 +8 78 74
T24 David Backus Austin 8:45 am Tee: 1 +8 77 75
T27 Chris Causey The Woodlands 8:36 am Tee: 1 +9 76 77
T27 John Trivanovich League City 8:27 am Tee: 1 +9 76 77
T27 Mark Nijoka Houston 8:27 am Tee: 1 +9 72 81
T30 Randy Lance The Woodlands 8:27 am Tee: 1 +10 74 80
T30 Pat Youngs San Antonio 8:18 am Tee: 1 +10 74 80
T30 Douglas Manchester Austin 8:18 am Tee: 1 +10 75 79
T30 Arcadio Ramos Jr San Antonio 8:18 am Tee: 1 +10 77 77
T34 Parker Rodgers Houston 8:09 am Tee: 1 +11 81 74
T34 Thomas Immenschuh San Antonio 8:09 am Tee: 1 +11 82 73
T34 Mike Booker The Woodlands 8:09 am Tee: 1 +11 79 76
T37 Chris Forbes Katy 8:00 am Tee: 1 +12 80 76
T37 Tom McGraw Montgomery 8:00 am Tee: 1 +12 78 78
T37 Jonathan Shipley Katy 8:00 am Tee: 1 +12 77 79
T37 Nicholas Maynard Round Rock 8:00 am Tee: 10 +12 76 80
T41 Brian Marchiori San Antonio 8:09 am Tee: 10 +13 80 77
T41 Zan Terry San Antonio 8:00 am Tee: 10 +13 72 85
T41 Sean Vidal San Antonio 8:00 am Tee: 10 +13 73 84
T41 Shaun Helmle Seabrook 8:09 am Tee: 10 +13 76 81
T45 Kelly Starnes San Antonio 8:18 am Tee: 10 +14 77 81
T45 Charles Williams Houston 8:18 am Tee: 10 +14 78 80
T45 Sean Crisp Leander 8:27 am Tee: 10 +14 81 77
T45 Tim Kaman Fredericksburg 8:18 am Tee: 10 +14 85 73
T45 Dylan Reynolds Katy 8:09 am Tee: 10 +14 83 75
T45 Morgan Powell Austin 8:27 am Tee: 10 +14 76 82
T51 Steven Siers Georgetown 8:36 am Tee: 10 +15 79 80
T51 Thomas Cruickshank Richmond 8:36 am Tee: 10 +15 79 80
T51 Ryan Waikem Houston 8:27 am Tee: 10 +15 77 82
T54 Taylor Mackay Houston 8:45 am Tee: 10 +16 78 82
T54 Philip Nijoka Houston 8:36 am Tee: 10 +16 75 85
T54 Danny Lee San Antonio 8:45 am Tee: 10 +16 76 84
T54 Jed Shreve Houston 8:45 am Tee: 10 +16 78 82
T58 John Sconiers Spring Branch 8:54 am Tee: 10 +17 77 84
T58 Chris Reina Montgomery 8:54 am Tee: 10 +17 84 77
T58 Matt Cordell Spring 8:54 am Tee: 10 +17 79 82
61 Dennis Reiner Kingwood 9:03 am Tee: 10 +18 81 81
62 Marco Palacios Austin 9:03 am Tee: 10 +20 83 81
T63 Chase Clayton San Antonio 9:12 am Tee: 10 +21 77 88
T63 Patrick Norris Spring 9:03 am Tee: 10 +21 86 79
65 Scott Smith Houston 9:12 am Tee: 10 +22 90 76
66 Randy Watkins Hockley 9:12 am Tee: 10 +23 81 86
67 Adrian Villacorta Houston 9:21 am Tee: 10 +24 87 81
68 Dale Loewen Pearland 9:21 am Tee: 10 +27 92 79
T69 Clayton Smith San Antonio 9:30 am Tee: 10 +31 88 87
T69 Cal Lamb Houston 9:21 am Tee: 10 +31 90 85
T71 John Freeman Bulverde 9:30 am Tee: 10 +32 87 89
T71 Jon Norman Houston 9:30 am Tee: 10 +32 84 92
73 Greg Jones Austin 9:39 am Tee: 10 +36 87 93
74 Matt Gaitan San Antonio 9:39 am Tee: 10 +44 99 89
75 Erick Leber Sugar Land 9:39 am Tee: 10 +45 92 97
76 Chris Germann Austin WD 80 77
77 Dan Griffin College Station WD 93 94
78 Jeff Froese Katy WD 85
79 Mark Delaune Jr Alice WD 86
T80 Graham Lynch Magnolia WD WD
T80 Dennis Bosworth Bellaire WD WD
T80 Zakriya Pamidi San Antonio WD WD
T80 Broc Haymon Pasadena WD WD
T80 Richard Oneal Austin WD WD
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Haley Haught Wins Austin Women’s City Championship In Playoff

Haley Haught

Haley Haught, who is a member of the successful St. Edwards Women’s Golf Team,  shot five under 67 in the final round of the Austin Women’s City Championship to finish at six under for the tournament and in a tie with Neisy McDonald.  She then won the championship in a playoff with a birdie on the second hole

Haught combined eight birdies with a triple bogey on the ninth hole in route to her five under round.  McDonald was more consistent, having posted 69-69 to get to six under for the tournament.  However, she finished in dramatic fashion, making eagle on 17 and birdie on 18 to reach the playoff.

The quality of the field was excellent and all the scores are available.  Congratulations to all the players and thanks to the City of Austin Golf Department for hosting this tournament.

Pos Player Today Thru Total R1 R2 Total Points Purse
1 Haley Haught (p) -5 F -6 71 67 138 $195.00
2 Neisy McDonough -3 F -6 69 69 138 $145.00
3 Sharon Davis -1 F -4 69 71 140 $95.00
4 Kimberly Noonan -5 F -3 74 67 141 $50.00
5 Ashley Rollins +1 F -2 69 73 142
T6 Gabriella Rosales -1 F -1 72 71 143
T6 Alisa Rodriguez +1 F -1 70 73 143
8 Christina Lipton E F E 72 72 144
9 Nancy Kromar +2 F +1 71 74 145
10 Sally Bowman +4 F +4 72 76 148
11 Haley Keller E F +6 78 72 150
12 Ashlee Martin +9 F +7 70 81 151
13 Susie Barbour +6 F +11 77 78 155
14 Linda Lowery +8 F +13 77 80 157
15 Wanda Ramiller +10 F +16 78 82 160
DID NOT FINISH
WD Judie Allen +5
WD Kaylie Ivester
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Kristen Gillman Plays For U.S. Women’s Amateur Title Tomorrow

Kristen Gillman, a 16 year old junior at Lake Travis,  has made her way into the finals of the U.S. Women’s Amateur.

She won her semifinal match 4&3 and will face Brooke Mackenzie Henderson of Canada in the final match, which begins at 8:30 Eastern. Henderson is currently ranked number two in the worldwide women’s amateur golf rankings so it should be a great match.

Click here to read a nice write up about Gillman the USGA Website.

 

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Jordan Sanders Tied For TGA South Amateur Lead, Noonan One Back

Four players, including Jordan Sanders for Cedar Park, shot three under par at Commanche Trace to tie for the first round lead of the Texas Golf Association South Amateur championship.  The tournament is a 54 hole medal play tournament concluding Sunday.

Sean Skellenger of Austin posted 72.

Full Leaderboard
Fav SC Pos. Player City Today Hole Total R1 R2 Total
T1 John Dowdall Fulshear 9:03 am Tee: 1 -3 69
T1 Logan Boatner Humble 8:18 am Tee: 10 -3 69
T1 Jordan Sanders Cedar Park 8:00 am Tee: 10 -3 69
T1 Jimmy Keener San Antonio 8:36 am Tee: 1 -3 69
5 Brian Noonan Austin 9:48 am Tee: 1 -2 70
T6 Ed Sanchez San Antonio 9:30 am Tee: 10 -1 71
T6 Austin Wylie Boerne 9:03 am Tee: 1 -1 71
T8 Tony Soerries Montgomery 9:21 am Tee: 10 Even 72
T8 Sean Skellenger Austin 9:57 am Tee: 10 Even 72
T8 Marshall Piper Cypress 8:27 am Tee: 10 Even 72
T8 Mark Nijoka Houston 8:36 am Tee: 1 Even 72
T8 Trevor Hyde Kerrville 8:45 am Tee: 10 Even 72
T8 Zan Terry San Antonio 8:00 am Tee: 10 Even 72
T14 Sean Vidal San Antonio 8:27 am Tee: 10 +1 73
T14 Bob Kearney Houston 9:30 am Tee: 1 +1 73
T14 Stephen Marland Houston 8:27 am Tee: 1 +1 73
T17 Pat Youngs San Antonio 9:30 am Tee: 10 +2 74
T17 Matt Griffin San Antonio 8:18 am Tee: 1 +2 74
T17 Nick Thornton Boerne 8:27 am Tee: 1 +2 74
T17 Matthew Dunn Houston 8:54 am Tee: 1 +2 74
T17 Randy Lance The Woodlands 8:18 am Tee: 10 +2 74
T17 Adam Lowe Hondo 9:30 am Tee: 1 +2 74
T23 Philip Nijoka Houston 8:09 am Tee: 10 +3 75
T23 Barrett Sandefur Austin 9:48 am Tee: 1 +3 75
T23 Douglas Manchester Austin 9:39 am Tee: 10 +3 75
T26 Ryan Oliver Houston 9:57 am Tee: 1 +4 76
T26 Nicholas Maynard Round Rock 9:39 am Tee: 10 +4 76
T26 Chris Causey The Woodlands 8:09 am Tee: 10 +4 76
T26 John Trivanovich League City 9:39 am Tee: 10 +4 76
T26 Morgan Powell Austin 9:57 am Tee: 1 +4 76
T26 Danny Lee San Antonio 9:48 am Tee: 10 +4 76
T26 Michael Allen Austin 9:21 am Tee: 10 +4 76
T26 Shaun Helmle Seabrook 9:03 am Tee: 10 +4 76
T34 Arcadio Ramos Jr San Antonio 9:48 am Tee: 10 +5 77
T34 John Sconiers Spring Branch 8:00 am Tee: 1 +5 77
T34 Chase Clayton San Antonio 8:45 am Tee: 1 +5 77
T34 Jerry Holguin San Antonio 8:36 am Tee: 10 +5 77
T34 David Backus Austin 8:27 am Tee: 10 +5 77
T34 Kelly Starnes San Antonio 9:39 am Tee: 1 +5 77
T34 John Hunter Houston 8:54 am Tee: 10 +5 77
T34 Ryan Waikem Houston 9:03 am Tee: 10 +5 77
T34 Jonathan Shipley Katy 9:21 am Tee: 1 +5 77
T43 Tom McGraw Montgomery 8:00 am Tee: 1 +6 78
T43 Austin Cotton Austin 9:03 am Tee: 1 +6 78
T43 Taylor Mackay Houston 9:48 am Tee: 10 +6 78
T43 Charles Williams Houston 9:21 am Tee: 10 +6 78
T43 Bobby Baugh San Antonio 9:21 am Tee: 1 +6 78
T43 Jed Shreve Houston 9:12 am Tee: 1 +6 78
T49 Mike Booker The Woodlands 9:12 am Tee: 10 +7 79
T49 Steven Siers Georgetown 9:57 am Tee: 1 +7 79
T49 Matt Cordell Spring 8:36 am Tee: 1 +7 79
T49 Thomas Cruickshank Richmond 9:39 am Tee: 1 +7 79
T53 Chris Forbes Katy 9:12 am Tee: 10 +8 80
T53 Chris Germann Austin 9:12 am Tee: 1 +8 80
T53 Brian Marchiori San Antonio 9:30 am Tee: 10 +8 80
T56 Dennis Reiner Kingwood 9:30 am Tee: 1 +9 81
T56 Patrick Bailey Houston 8:09 am Tee: 10 +9 81
T56 Randy Watkins Hockley 9:39 am Tee: 1 +9 81
T56 Sean Crisp Leander 9:57 am Tee: 10 +9 81
T56 Parker Rodgers Houston 8:54 am Tee: 1 +9 81
61 Thomas Immenschuh San Antonio 8:18 am Tee: 10 +10 82
T62 Dylan Reynolds Katy 8:18 am Tee: 1 +11 83
T62 Marco Palacios Austin 8:27 am Tee: 1 +11 83
T64 Chris Reina Montgomery 8:54 am Tee: 10 +12 84
T64 Jon Norman Houston 9:03 am Tee: 10 +12 84
T66 Tim Kaman Fredericksburg 8:45 am Tee: 10 +13 85
T66 Jeff Froese Katy 8:36 am Tee: 10 +13 85
T68 Patrick Norris Spring 8:45 am Tee: 10 +14 86
T68 Mark Delaune Jr Alice 8:09 am Tee: 1 +14 86
T70 Adrian Villacorta Houston 9:21 am Tee: 1 +15 87
T70 Greg Jones Austin 9:12 am Tee: 1 +15 87
T70 John Freeman Bulverde 8:36 am Tee: 10 +15 87
73 Clayton Smith San Antonio 9:57 am Tee: 10 +16 88
T74 Scott Smith Houston 8:45 am Tee: 1 +18 90
T74 Cal Lamb Houston 8:09 am Tee: 1 +18 90
T76 Dale Loewen Pearland 8:54 am Tee: 10 +20 92
T76 Erick Leber Sugar Land 8:54 am Tee: 1 +20 92
78 Dan Griffin College Station 8:09 am Tee: 1 +21 93
79 Matt Gaitan San Antonio 8:45 am Tee: 1 +27 99
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Rollins, Davis, McDonald Tied For Women’s City Championship Lead At 69

Ashley RollinsAshley Rollins (left) Sharon Davis and Neisy McDonald each shot three under par 69 during the first round of the Austin Women’s Championship being held at Morris Williams Golf Course.

Four other players shot sub par rounds and ten players were at even par or better.

This championship marks the first time in several years that the City of Austin has hosted a Women’s City Championship Tournament.  Based on the quality of the scoring, it is obvious that these ladies need more local tournaments in which to play.

The tournament concludes today at Morris Williams.  Check the scores at this link.

Pos Player Today Thru Total R1 R2 Total
T1 Ashley Rollins - - -3 69 69
T1 Sharon Davis - - -3 69 69
T1 Neisy McDonough - - -3 69 69
T4 Alisa Rodriguez - - -2 70 70
T4 Ashlee Martin - - -2 70 70
T6 Haley Haught - - -1 71 71
T6 Nancy Kromar - - -1 71 71
T8 Christina Lipton - - E 72 72
T8 Sally Bowman - - E 72 72
T8 Gabriella Rosales - - E 72 72
11 Kimberly Noonan - - +2 74 74
T12 Judie Allen - - +5 77 77
T12 Susie Barbour - - +5 77 77
T12 Linda Lowery - - +5 77 77
T15 Haley Keller - - +6 78 78
T15 Wanda Ramiller - - +6 78 78
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