Rolex Girls Junior Championship results

By Ajga StaffJune 21, 2010, 10:21 pm

 

Name

Grad

Hometown

Score

1

Yueer Cindy Feng

2014

Orlando, Fla.

68-70-68--206

2

Ariya Jutanugarn

2013

Bangkok, Thailand

68-68-74--210

3

Kyung Kim

2012

Chandler, Ariz.

71-71-71--213

4

Ginger Howard

2012

Bradenton, Fla.

72-73-69--214

T5

Nicole Zhang

2010

La Quinta, Calif.

72-73-70--215

5

Alison Lee

2013

Valencia, Calif.

70-74-71--215

T7

Karen Chung

2013

Livingston, N.J.

74-71-71--216

7

Erynne Lee

2011

Silverdale, Wash.

71-73-72--216

7

Anne Cheng

2013

Torrance, Calif.

73-69-74--216

T10

Manuela Carbajo Re

2011

Necochea, Argentina

68-75-75--218

10

Mariah Stackhouse

2012

Riverdale, Ga.

69-76-73--218

10

Stephanie Meadow

2010

Jordanstown, Northern Ireland

73-73-72--218

T13

Marijosse Navarro

2014

San Antonio, Texas

70-76-73--219

13

Tiffany Lim

2011

San Jose, Calif.

76-68-75--219

T15

Gabriella Then

2013

Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.

71-75-74--220

15

Casie Cathrea

2013

Livermore, Calif.

76-71-73--220

15

Hana Lee

2011

Hacienda Heights, Calif.

77-71-72--220

15

A.J. Newell

2011

Tampa, Fla.

75-75-70--220

15

Emily Tubert

2010

Burbank, Calif.

72-72-76--220

20

Kelly Shon

2010

Port Washington, N.Y.

74-74-73--221

21

Monifa Sealy

2011

Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla.

75-74-73--222

T22

Doris Chen

2011

Bradenton, Fla.

75-76-72--223

22

Marika Liu

2011

Bradenton, Fla.

74-76-73--223

22

Mariana Sims

2012

Austin, Texas

73-77-73--223

22

Heather Proctor

2011

Silver Spring, Fla.

78-76-69--223

T26

Esther Lee

2013

Los Alamitos, Calif.

78-72-74--224

26

Juliet Vongphoumy

2011

Providence, R.I.

77-75-72--224

T28

Ri Hyang Park

2011

Hilton Head Island, S.C.

73-77-75--225

28

Moriya Jutanugarn

2012

Bangkok, Thailand

71-76-78--225

28

Emily Collins

2010

Colleyville, Texas

79-74-72--225

T31

Viviana Macias

2011

Guadalajara, Mexico

72-77-77--226

31

Victoria Tanco

2012

Bradenton, Fla.

70-80-76--226

T33

Kelli Oride

2011

Lihue, Hawaii

74-77-76--227

33

Aurora Kan

2011

Boothwyn, Pa.

73-78-76--227

T35

Samantha Wagner

2015

Clermont, Fla.

74-77-77--228

35

Szu-Han Chen

2011

Beaumont, Calif.

77-75-76--228

35

Jaye Marie Green

2012

Boca Raton, Fla.

77-75-76--228

T38

Collins Bradshaw

2012

Columbia, S.C.

74-77-78--229

38

Risa Murata

2011

Tokyo, Japan

75-75-79--229

38

April McCoy

2011

Carrollton, Texas

77-74-78--229

38

Briana Mao

2011

Folsom, Calif.

79-79-71--229

T42

Daffodil Sanchez

2011

Mesa , Ariz.

75-77-78--230

42

Robbi Howard

2013

Bradenton, Fla.

75-75-80--230

T44

Elizabeth Breed

2010

Waynesboro, Pa.

78-79-74--231

44

Portland Rosen

2010

Sugar Land, Texas

81-76-74--231

44

Kyle Roig

2011

Pembroke Pines, Fla.

76-79-76--231

44

Mayko Chwen Wang

2011

Hacienda Heights, Calif.

76-75-80--231

44

Amira Alexander

2012

Alpharetta, Ga.

78-78-75--231

49

Allison Emrey

2011

Charlotte, N.C.

78-81-73--232

50

Kendall Martindale

2011

Jefferson City , Tenn.

82-75-76--233

T51

Monica Umpant

2011

Cerritos , Calif.

78-79-77--234

51

Elizabeth Doty

2013

Palos Verdes Estates, Calif.

79-76-79--234

51

Mikayla Harmon

2013

Gilbert, Ariz.

79-79-76--234

51

Bethany Wu

2015

Diamond Bar, Calif.

81-81-72--234

T55

Jordan Lippetz

2013

Bradenton, Fla.

78-78-79--235

55

Anne Marie Covar

2010

Edgefield, S.C.

79-78-78--235

T57

Rene Sobolewski

2010

Buffalo, N.Y.

83-75-78--236

57

Gabriela Lopez

2012

Heroes de Padierna, Mexico

80-78-78--236

57

Lauren Kim

2012

Los Altos, Calif.

77-80-79--236

T60

Maria Maymon

2012

Huixquilucan, Mexico

76-81-80--237

60

Talia Campbell

2012

Dallas, Texas

81-82-74--237

T62

Lauren Diaz-Yi

2013

Thousand Oaks, Calif.

84-80-74--238

62

Silvia Garces

2012

Cali, Colombia

83-77-78--238

T64

Janie Jackson

2012

Huntsville, Ala.

77-80-82--239

64

Kaira Martin

2011

Paradise Valley, Ariz.

77-81-81--239

T66

Sun Gyoung Park

2010

Vail, Ariz.

81-79-80--240

66

Kaitlyn Rohrback

2010

Crofton, Md.

85-79-76--240

66

Ana Raga

2013

Miranda, Caracas, Venezuela

75-82-83--240

T69

Irene Jung

2011

Jacksonville, Fla.

84-75-83--242

69

Samantha Buchanan

2012

Bluffton, S.C.

78-81-83--242

71

Sierra Sims

2013

Austin, Texas

81-83-79--243

T72

Yugene Lee

2010

Athens, Ga.

84-82-79--245

72

Taylor Manning

2011

Brentwood, Tenn.

83-85-77--245

T74

Michelle Butler

2011

Dunedin, Fla.

80-86-80--246

74

Saki Okamura

2011

Tokushima, Japan

81-84-81--246

76

Valeria  Macias

2013

Guadalajara, Mexico

82-74-91--247

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Minjee Lee co-leads Walmart NW Arkansas Championship

By Associated PressJune 24, 2018, 12:25 am

ROGERS, Ark. - Minjee Lee wasn't all that concerned when she missed her first cut of the year this month at the ShopRite LPGA Classic.

The ninth-ranked Australian has certainly looked at ease and back in form at Pinnacle Country Club in her first event since then.

Lee and Japan's Nasa Hataoka each shot 6-under 65 on Saturday to share the second-round lead in the NW Arkansas Championship 13-under 129. Lee is chasing her fifth victory since turning pro three years ago. It's also an opportunity to put any lingering frustration over that missed cut two weeks ago behind her for good.

''I didn't particularly hit it bad, even though I missed the cut at ShopRite, I just didn't really hole any putts,'' Lee said. ''I'd been hitting it pretty solid going into that tournament and even into this tournament, too. Just to see a couple putts roll in has been nice.''

The 22-year-old Lee needed only 24 putts during her opening 64 on Friday, helping her to match the low round of her career. Despite needing 28 putts Saturday, she still briefly took the outright lead after reaching as low as 14 under after a birdie on the par-5 seventh.


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Lee missed the green on the par-4 ninth soon thereafter to lead to her only bogey of the day and a tie with the 19-year-old Hataoka, who is in pursuit of her first career win.

Hataoka birdied six of eight holes midway through her bogey-free round on Saturday. It was yet another stellar performance from the Japanese teenager, who has finished in the top 10 in four of her last five tournaments and will be a part of Sunday's final pairing.

''I try to make birdies and try to be under par, that's really the key for me to get a top ten,'' Hataoka said. ''Golf is just trying to be in the top 10 every single week, so that's the key.''

Third-ranked Lexi Thompson matched the low round of the day with a 64 to get to 11 under. She hit 17 of 18 fairways and shot a 5-under 30 on her opening nine, The American is in search of her first win since September in the Indy Women in Tech Championship.

Ariya Jutanugarn and Celine Boutier were 10 under.

First-round leader Gaby Lopez followed her opening 63 with a 75 to drop to 4 under. Fellow former Arkansas star Stacy Lewis also was 4 under after a 72.

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Henley will try to put heat on Casey in final round

By Will GrayJune 23, 2018, 11:55 pm

CROMWELL, Conn. – While it will be a tall task for anyone to catch Paul Casey at the Travelers Championship, the man who will start the round most within reach of the Englishman is Russell Henley.

Henley was in the penultimate group at TPC River Highlands on Saturday, but he’ll now anchor things during the final round as he looks to overcome a four-shot deficit behind Casey. After a 3-under 67, Henley sits at 12 under through 54 holes and one shot clear of the three players tied for third.

Henley closed his third round with a run of five straight pars, then became the beneficiary of a pair of late bogeys from Brian Harman that left Henley alone in second place.


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“Could have made a couple more putts, but to end with two up-and-downs like that was nice,” Henley said. “I felt a little bit weird over the shots coming in, put me in some bad spots. But it was nice to have the short game to back me up.”

Henley has won three times on Tour, most recently at the 2017 Houston Open, and he cracked the top 25 at both the Masters and U.S. Open. But with Casey riding a wave of confidence and coming off an 8-under 62 that marked the best round of the week, he knows he’ll have his work cut out for him in order to nab trophy No. 4.

“I think I can shoot a low number on this course. You’ve got to make the putts,” Henley said. “I’m definitely hitting it well enough, and if I can get a couple putts to fall, that would be good. But I can’t control what he’s doing. I can just try to keep playing solid.”

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Back from back injury, Casey eyeing another win

By Will GrayJune 23, 2018, 11:36 pm

CROMWELL, Conn. – Given his four-shot cushion at the Travelers Championship and his recent victory at the Valspar Championship, it’s easy to forget that Paul Casey hit the disabled list in between.

Casey had to withdraw from The Players Championship because of a bad back, becoming the only player in the top 50 in the world rankings to miss the PGA Tour’s flagship event. He flew back to England to get treatment, and Casey admitted that his T-20 finish at last month’s BMW PGA Championship came while he was still on the mend.

“I wasn’t 100 percent fit with the back injury, which was L-4, L-5, S-1 (vertebrae) all out of place,” Casey said. “Big inflammation, nerve pain down the leg and up the back. I didn’t know what was going on.”


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Thanks in large part to a combination of MRIs, back adjustments and anti-inflammatories, Casey finally turned the corner. His T-16 finish at last week’s U.S. Open was the first event for which he felt fully healthy since before the Players, and he’s on the cusp of a second title since March after successfully battling through the injury.

“We thought we were fixing it, but we weren’t. We were kind of hitting the effects rather than the cause,” Casey said. “Eventually we figured out the cause, which was structural.”

Casey started the third round at TPC River Highlands two shots off the lead, but he’s now four clear of Russell Henley after firing an 8-under 62 that marked the low round of the week.

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Bubba thinks he'll need a Sunday 60 to scare Casey

By Will GrayJune 23, 2018, 11:15 pm

CROMWELL, Conn. – Perhaps moreso than at most PGA Tour venues, a low score is never really out of reach at TPC River Highlands. Positioned as a welcome change of pace after the U.S. Open, the Travelers Championship offers a lush layout that often pushes the balance much closer to reward than risk.

This is where Jim Furyk shot a 58 on the par-70 layout two years ago – and he didn’t even win that week. So even though Paul Casey enters the final round with a commanding four-shot lead, there’s still plenty of hope for the chase pack that something special could be in store.

Count Bubba Watson among the group who still believe the title is up for grabs – even if it might require a Herculean effort, even by his standards.


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Watson has won the Travelers twice, including in a 2015 playoff over Casey. But starting the final round in a large tie for sixth at 10 under, six shots behind Casey, he estimates that he’ll need to flirt with golf’s magic number to give the Englishman something to worry about.

“My 7 under yesterday, I need to do better than that. I’m going to have to get to like 10 [under],” Watson said. “The only beauty is, getting out in front, you have a chance to put a number up and maybe scare them. But to scare them, you’re going to have to shoot 10 under at worst, where I’m at anyway.”

Watson started the third round three shots off the lead, and he made an early move with birdies on Nos. 1 and 2 en route to an outward 32. The southpaw couldn’t sustain that momentum, as bogeys on Nos. 16 and 17 turned a potential 65 into a relatively disappointing 67.

“Bad decision on the par-3, and then a very tough tee shot for me on 17, and it just creeped into the bunker,” Watson said. “Just, that’s golf. You have mistakes every once in a while.”