2020 South Carolina Junior Match Play Championship

Stroke Play Qualifying Results

troke Play Qualifying results of the 2020 South Carolina Junior Match Play Championship at the Hackler Course at Coastal Carolina University in Conway, S.C. on July 7, 2020. (Boys’ - 6,800 yards, par 36-36--72) (Girls’ - 5,600 yards, par 36-36--72)

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Pake June of Florence, S.C. and Nolan Hawkins of Hilton Head Island, S.C. both carded impressive two-under-par, 70’s to tie for the lead in the Boys’ Division. June and Hawkins are co-medalists and earned byes for the first round of match play. After a random draw of ties, Hawkins is the No. 1 seed and June is the No. 2 seed going into match play.

Hawkins played a round full of ups and downs with four birdies in a row on the front nine, matched by three bogeys on the back. However he topped off the round with one extra birdie on No. 18 to seal his position as co-medalist.

June took a different approach planning to have a steady climb to the top. “I just played really smart golf today. I wasn’t focusing on making too many birdies, I was just focusing on making sure I didn’t mess up. As long as I didn’t make many mistakes then I knew I wouldn’t shoot too high,” June said. “There were a lot of shots to the middle of the green and a lot of putts that fell, so I am feeling good.”

While their scorecards may look very different, the outcome was the same by the time they reached the scoring table. Hawkins and June both plan to take it one stroke at a time and one match at a time trying to make it to the Final Match.

Zach Adams of Charleston, S.C., Oliver Rotermund of Charleston, S.C, Simon Wright of Lancaster S.C., Jonathan Brennan of Taylors S.C. and Cheney Connell of Blythewood, S.C. all tied for second place just one stroke off of the leaders for one-under-par, 71’s.

In the Girls’ Division, Adrian Anderson of Murrells Inlet came in at four-under-par, 68. Anderson started her day with back to back birdies on the first two holes and ended with birdies on Nos. 16 and 17 as well.

“My putter and approach shots were working. I was sticking them pretty close to the hole and just making some putts,” Anderson said.

This is Anderson’s first match play tournament and she is looking forward to starting it as the No. 1 seed. “I’m really excited, because I’ve never done it before so I think it’ll be fun. I’m just going to keep focusing on playing my own game,” Anderson said.

Mia Gray of Conway, S.C., finished just one shot off the lead with a 3-under-par, 69 claiming the No. 2 seed in match play. Gray had a strong front nine with four birdies, and a solid back nine playing even par golf. She was hitting her irons close, and sinking putts all day long.

Alexia Siehl of Fort Mill, S.C. came in third at two-over-par, 74. Siehl bounced back from a double on No. 16 with a birdie on No. 17. Just one stroke behind her is Kayleigh Reinke of Rock Hill S.C. who finished at three-over-par, 75. Sydney Roberts of Chesnee S.C. claimed solo fifth with a four-over-par, 76 finish.

Both the Boys’ and Girls’ Divisions will be seeded based on their scores in today’s Stroke Play Qualifying and the Boys’ Round of 64 and Girls’ Round of 16 matches will be decided based on those seeds.

South Carolina Junior Match Play Championship

The Hackler Course at CCU | Conway, S.C.

Boys’ Stroke Play Qualifying Results

Pos.

Player

City, State, Graduation

To Par

R1

T1

Pake June

Florence, SC, 2022

-2

70

T1

Nolan Hawkins

Hilton Head Island, SC, 2022

-2

70

T3

Zach Adams

Charleston, SC, 2022

-1

71

T3

Oliver Rotermund

Charleston, SC, 2021

-1

71

T3

Simon Wright

Lancaster, SC, 2021

-1

71

T3

Jonathan Brennan

Taylors, SC, 2020

-1

71

T3

Cheney Connell

Blythewood, SC, 2021

-1

71

T8

Rowan Sullivan

Charleston, SC, 2023

E

72

T8

Trey Crenshaw

Lancaster, SC, 2021

E

72

T8

Mason Tucker

Lancaster, SC, 2021

E

72

T8

Braeden Barnett

Galivants Ferry, SC, 2021

E

72

T8

Aiden Tugman

Six Mile, SC, 2020

E

72

T13

Trey Howard

Woodruff, SC, 2021

+1

73

T13

Lleyton Renner

Simpsonville, SC, 2020

+1

73

T13

Andrew Swanson

Bluffton, SC, 2021

+1

73

T16

Max Green

Hilton Head Island, SC, 2021

+2

74

T16

Tip Price

Greenville, SC, 2025

+2

74

T16

Jack Wofford

Greenville, SC, 2021

+2

74

T16

Jay Wilkins

Simpsonville, SC, 2022

+2

74

T16

Landen Seiffert

Florence, SC, 2021

+2

74

T21

Nicholas Smith

Pickens, SC, 2022

+3

75

T21

William Phipps

Florence, SC, 2020

+3

75

T21

Matthew Hutto

Blythewood, SC, 2021

+3

75

T21

Andrew Propes

Charleston, SC, 2021

+3

75

T21

Logan Craig

Rock Hill, SC, 2020

+3

75

T21

Blake Weinbach

Columbia, SC, 2021

+3

75

T27

Sam McMillan

Mount Pleasant, SC, 2023

+4

76

T27

Evan Prickett

North Augusta, SC, 2022

+4

76

T27

Bradley Parker

Isle of Palms, SC, 2022

+4

76

T27

Logan Lutz

Mount Pleasant, SC, 2023

+4

76

T27

Lucas Acevedo

Charleston, SC, 2023

+4

76

T27

Chase Cline

Chapin, SC, 2024

+4

76

T27

Major Lenning

Simpsonville, SC, 2023

+4

76

T27

Alex Stephens

Daniel Island, SC, 2021

+4

76

T27

Harris Holstein

Orangeburg, SC, 2024

+4

76

T27

Drew Harrill

Spartanburg, SC, 2021

+4

76

T37

Aiken Golightly

Rock Hill, SC, 2022

+5

77

T37

Jack Catalano

Awendaw, SC, 2020

+5

77

T37

Harper Epperson

Manning, SC, 2023

+5

77

T37

Eric Nord

Blythewood, SC, 2022

+5

77

T37

Walker Devers

Murrells Inlet, SC, 2021

+5

77

T37

Trey Cauthen

Simpsonville, SC, 2021

+5

77

T37

Eli Ricker

Greenville, SC, 2021

+5

77

T37

Campbell Skelly

Charleston, SC, 2023

+5

77

T37

Will Barnes

Columbia, SC, 2021

+5

77

T37

Jacob Hoyle

Simpsonville, SC, 2021

+5

77

T37

Keegan Brown

Tega Cay, SC, 2021

+5

77

T37

Colt Ingram

Aiken, SC, 2021

+5

77

T49

Drew Jeffords

Florence, SC, 2023

+6

78

T49

Jake Delbusse

Surfside Beach, SC, 2022

+6

78

T49

Johnny Hyman

Columbia, SC, 2020

+6

78

T49

Tyler Taber

Mt Pleasant, SC, 2025

+6

78

T49

Ashton Eubanks

Lexington, SC, 2023

+6

78

T49

Bryce Wittmer

Tega Cay, SC, 2021

+6

78

T49

Sullivan Hooper

Leesville, SC, 2020

+6

78

T49

Camden Brown

Conway, SC, 2022

+6

78

T57

Hayden Mincey

Mt Pleasant, SC, 2022

+7

79

T57

Harry De Grood

Charleston, SC, 2022

+7

79

T57

Sean Engler

Bluffton, SC, 2022

+7

79

T57

John Moss

Fort Mill, SC, 2020

+7

79

T57

James Potter

Florence, SC, 2020

+7

79

T57

Mason Kucia

Indian Land, SC, 2025

+7

79

T57

Walker Felton

Mt Pleasant, SC, 2023

+7

79

T57

Luca Seccareccio

Mt Pleasant, SC, 2023

+7

79

T57

Jonathan Cowell

Murrells Inlet, SC, 2022

+7

79

T57

Cameron Biddle

Aiken, SC, 2023

+7

79

T57

Benton Leinster

Greenville, SC, 2022

+7

79

T57

Jay Smith

Florence, SC, 2023

+7

79

T57

Jay Locker

Chapin, SC, 2022

+7

79

T70

Gage Gaskins

Leesville, SC, 2024

+8

80

T70

Dallas Johnson

Mt Pleasant, SC, 2024

+8

80

T70

Spencer Benton

Gilbert, SC, 2021

+8

80

T70

Jack Brady

Irmo, SC, 2021

+8

80

T70

Mavrick Mullinax

Lexington, SC, 2021

+8

80

T70

Tristen McKay

Florence, SC, 2023

+8

80

T76

Jay Lowder

Greenville, SC, 2022

+9

81

T76

Jones Saylor

Bluffton, SC, 2023

+9

81

T76

Max Rotermund

Charleston, SC, 2023

+9

81

T76

Cade Kriscunas

Hilton Head Island, SC, 2025

+9

81

80

Tag Graziano

Hilton Head, SC, 2025

+10

82

T81

Landon Sutton

Easley, SC, 2022

+11

83

T81

Jackson Lesley

Myrtle Beach, SC, 2022

+11

83

T81

David Oliver

Pageland, SC, 2024

+11

83

T84

Erik Zeppelin

Fort Mill, SC, 2021

+12

84

T84

Mitchell McNeill

North Augusta, SC, 2022

+12

84

T84

John Wohlscheid

Charleston, SC, 2022

+12

84

T84

Caleb Click

Little River, SC, 2021

+12

84

T88

Thomas Davis

Darlington, SC, 2022

+13

85

T88

Joey Sherer

Rock Hill, SC, 2024

+13

85

T88

Landon Cooper

Conway, SC, 2022

+13

85

T88

Easton Cox

Aynor, SC, 2026

+13

85

T92

Henry Clarke

Rock Hill, SC, 2023

+14

86

T92

Carter Bandy

Central, SC, 2020

+14

86

T92

Sidak Chawla

Mt Pleasant, SC, 2022

+14

86

T92

Chuck Stanley

Warrenville, SC, 2023

+14

86

T96

James Gibson

Lexington, SC, 2023

+15

87

T96

Solomon Kiger

Murrells Inlet, SC, 2021

+15

87

98

John Jenkins

Charleston, SC, 2025

+22

94

WD

Joe Commander

Florence, SC, 2022

-

WD

DQ

Ryan Propes

Charleston, SC, 2024

-

DQ

South Carolina Junior Match Play Championship

The Hackler Course at CCU | Conway, S.C.

Girls’ Stroke Play Qualifying Results

Pos.

Player

City, State, Graduation

To Par

R1

1

Adrian Anderson

Murrells Inlet, SC, 2022

-4

68

2

Mia Gray

Conway, SC, 2023

-3

69

3

Alexia Siehl

Fort Mill, SC, 2022

+2

74

4

Kayleigh Reinke

Rock Hill, SC, 2021

+3

75

T5

Sydney Roberts

Chesnee, SC, 2022

+4

76

T5

Emma Hunt

Lake City, SC, 2022

+4

76

T7

Regan Clifford

Mt Pleasant, SC, 2020

+5

77

T7

Lextyn Petz

Columbia, SC, 2021

+5

77

T7

Lexi Bennett

Santee, SC, 2021

+5

77

T7

Taylor Reaves

Conway, SC, 2022

+5

77

T7

Hannah Altman

Lake City, SC, 2022

+5

77

12

Adrienne O'Brien

Clemson, SC, 2020

+7

79

13

Jennifer Rials

Florence, SC, 2022

+9

81

14

Lora Ledbetter

Conway, SC, 2021

+10

82

15

Ava Romfo

Charleston, SC, 2021

+11

83

16

Hannah Palmer

Timmonsville, SC, 2024

+12

84

T17

Peyton O'Brien

Clemson, SC, 2024

+16

88

T17

Makenzie Norwood

Kiawah, SC, 2022

+16

88

19

Ella Drew Dodd

Mount Pleasant, SC, 2022

+17

89

20

Aubrey Merryman

Summerville, SC, 2023

+18

90

21

Kate Nyers

Mount Pleasant, SC, 2022

+26

98

Schedule of rounds:

Wednesday, July 8

8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Boys’ Round of 64 Matches, Girls’ Round of 16 Matches

11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Player Lunch (Provided by the CGA)

12:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. Boys’ Round of 32 Matches

Thursday, July 9

8:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Boys’ Round of 16 Matches, Girls’ Quarterfinal Matches

12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. Boys’ Quarterfinal Matches, Girls’ Semifinal Matches

Friday, July 10

8:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. Boys’ Semifinal Matches, Girls’ Championship Match

1:00 p.m. Boys’ Championship Match

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The CGA annually conducts 48 championships and five team match competitions for men, women, juniors, and seniors. It also runs over 150 One-Day (net and gross) events as well as qualifying for USGA national championships. The CGA serves golf in the Carolinas with numerous programs such as: the USGA Handicap System; tournament management software and support; course measuring and course/slope ratings; agronomy consultation; answers about the Rules of Golf, Rules of Amateur Status, and Handicapping; Carolinas Golf Magazine; Interclub series; Tarheel Youth Golf Association; Carolinas Golf Hall of Fame; expense assistance for USGA Junior and Girls' Junior qualifiers from the Carolinas; and the Carolinas Golf Foundation (CGF). The CGF has distributed nearly $2,000,000 since 1977 to benefit Carolinas' golf initiatives including junior and women's programs.

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