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Coastal Plains Junior First Round Results

Randall Hudson of New Bern, N.C. finished as the overall leader after the first round at three-under-par.

GREENVILLE, N.C. (June 28, 2018) -- First round results of the TYGA Coastal Plains Junior at Greenville Country Club in Greenville, N.C. on Thursday, June 28.

 

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Randall Hudson of New Bern, N.C. finished the first round of the TYGA Coastal Plains as the overall leader with a three-under-par, 68. Hudson is grouped in the Boys' 16-18 division. Adam Hathaway of Greenville, N.C. leads the Boys' 14-15 division with an even-par, 71, Quinlan Polin of Cary, N.C. leads the Boys' 12-13 division with a two-over-par, 73, Wells Mahoney of Greenville, N.C. leads the Boys' 11 and under division with 30 points, and the leader of the Girls' 12-18 division is Elizabeth Ritchie of Havelock, N.C., who shot a nine-over-par, 80.

Hudson credited his putting as the deciding factor in today's round. "I putted really well,' said the rising high school junior, "I was trying to keep it in play and score with the putter."

Hudson did just that, totaling five birdies, three of which came on the back nine. "I made three 15-foot putts on each one," said Hudson, "I started hitting the putts a little firmer as the day went on and finally started seeing the lines well."

As for tomorrow, Hudson said he's just going to try to repeat today's performance. "I just want to try to hit fairways and greens, and then I'll let the putter do the work."

Tied for second place in the Boys' 16-18 division and overall is Eston Lee of Four Oaks, N.C. and Carter Rains of Greenville, N.C., who both shot a two-under-par, 69. The only other player in red numbers for the day was Carter Boulia of Cary, N.C., who had a one-under-par, 70.
 

The TYGA Coastal Plains Junior is a 36-hole stroke play event. The 11 and under division will play nine holes each day on a modified, Stableford points system.

Entry is open to any male or female amateur golfer ages 8 to 18 as of June 29, 2018, who has not started college, and is a legal resident of North Carolina. Entries are subject to rejection at any time, including during the event, by the TYGA or the host club. The reason for rejection may include unbecoming conduct or cell phone use during a stipulated round. For complete residency and eligibility requirements, refer to the TYGA Tournament Manual at the CGA website (www.carolinasgolf.org).

Scoring will be provided by the CGA throughout the championship, offering 9 and 18-hole updates. Live updates will also be available on the CGA’s official Twitter account, @cgagolf1909. Continue to visit the CGA website throughout this championship and all year long for complete championship coverage including scores, interviews, photos, and recaps.


TYGA Coastal Plains Junior
Greenville CC | Greenville, N.C.
First Round Results

Boys' 16-18 Division

Pos. Player City, State - Class To Par Total
1 Randall Hudson New Bern, NC-2020 -3 68
T2 Carter Rains Greenville, NC- 2019 -2 69
T2 Eston Lee Four Oaks, NC- 2020 -2 69
4 Carter Boulia Cary, NC-2019 -1 70
T5 Alex Huml Cary, NC-2019 E 71
T5 Christopher Gardner Rocky Mount, NC-2019 E 71
T5 Tyler Owens Cary, NC- 2019 E 71
T8 Britt Stroud Raleigh, NC- 2019 +1 72
T8 James Carlin Raleigh, NC-2020 +1 72
10 Colton Danks Roseboro, NC-2020 +2 73
11 David Langley Greenville, NC- 2020 +3 74
12 Casey Osiecki New Bern, NC- 2020 +4 75
T13 Parker Truesdale Canton, NC- 2020 +5 76
T13 Shaun Wixson Fayetteville, NC- 2020 +5 76
T13 Lee Plummer Raleigh, NC- 2020 +5 76
T13 Weston Myers Greenville, NC- 2019 +5 76
T17 Owen Swavely Mooresville, NC- 2019 +6 77
T17 Kyle Griffin Winterville, NC- 2019 +6 77
T17 Phillip Clifton Winston-Salem, NC- 2020 +6 77
T20 Chase Clayton Locust, NC- 2019 +7 78
T20 Jackson Crocker Kinston, NC- 2020 +7 78
T20 Joe Gaston New Bern, NC- 2019 +7 78
T20 Noah Butler Raleigh, NC-2019 +7 78
T24 Jason Crews Raeligh, NC-2020 +8 79
T24 Manny Edmonds Swansboro, NC- 2019 +8 79
T26 Cameron Inman Raeford, NC-2019 +9 80
T26 Matthew Chandler Washington, NC-2018 +9 80
28 Joseph Bishop Greenville, NC- 2018 +10 81
T29 Kris Jackson Greenville, NC- 2019 +11 82
T29 Patrick Warnock Cary, NC- 2018 +11 82
31 Nate Diemer Raeligh, NC-2020 +12 83
T32 Carl Floars Goldsboro, NC- 2018 +13 84
T32 Britton Laughinghouse Greenville, NC- 2020 +13 84
T34 Milan Minto Greenville, NC- 2019 +16 87
T34 Ryan Bradley Cary, NC- 2020 +16 87
36 Austin Wood Greenville, NC- 2019 +18 89
37 Ian Fryar Rocky Mount, NC-2019 +20 91
38 Nolan Parrish Salisbury, NC- 2018 +22 93
WD Zach Heath Winterville, NC- 2018 - WD
NS Harrison Kuehl Raleigh, NC-2020 - NS

Boys' 14-15 Division

Pos. Player City, State, - Class To Par Total
1 Adam Hathaway Greenville, NC-2020 E 71
2 Branden Boyce Spring Lake, NC- 2021 +1 72
3 Nick Kleu Cary, NC-2022 +2 73
T4 Andrew Gallagher Grimesland, NC- 2021 +4 75
T4 Jack Webster Raleigh, NC- 2023 +4 75
T6 Blake Hess Greenville, NC- 2021 +5 76
T6 Matthew Messenger Raleigh, NC- 2021 +5 76
T8 Gray Mitchum Winterville, NC- 2023 +6 77
T8 Benjamin Hays Cary, NC-2022 +6 77
T8 Brian Wei Raleigh, NC- 2022 +6 77
T8 Caeden Lyons Washington, NC- 2021 +6 77
T12 Garrett Mason Swansboro, NC- 2020 +7 78
T12 Brycen Swain Durham, NC-2019 +7 78
T14 Hayes Mahoney Greenville, NC- 2022 +8 79
T14 Aidan Harrington Raleigh, NC-2021 +8 79
T14 Matthew Richardson Ayden, NC- 2022 +8 79
T17 Jack Dockrill Elon, NC- 2021 +9 80
T17 Kyle Kushnir Raleigh, NC-2021 +9 80
T17 Landon Cabingas New Bern, NC-2021 +9 80
T20 Colby Tant Greenville, NC- 2021 +10 81
T20 Cameron Hardison Greenville, NC- 2022 +10 81
T20 Harris Casey Greenville, NC- 2021 +10 81
23 Joe Stott Wilmington, NC- 2022 +11 82
24 Ashwath Kapilavai Cary, NC- 2021 +12 83
25 Robert Allen Greenville, NC- 2020 +13 84
26 Carson Hathaway Winterville, NC- 2022 +16 87
27 Luke Keel Greenville, NC- 2021 +18 89
28 Caleb Smyre Gastonia, NC- 2021 +19 90
29 Jackson Tulloss Greenville, NC- 2022 +30 101

Boys' 12-13 Division

Pos. Player City, State - Class To Par Total
1 Quinlan Polin Cary, NC- 2023 +2 73
2 Chris Ha Fayetteville, NC-2023 +5 76
3 Drew Greene Greenville, NC- 2023 +6 77
T4 Will Guidry Winterville, NC- 2024 +7 78
T4 Nathan O'Neal Wilson, NC- 2023 +7 78
T6 Ethan Boyette Wilson, NC-2024 +11 82
T6 Henry Lawrence Topsail Beach, NC- 2024 +11 82
8 Drew O'Neal Wilson, NC- 2023 +13 84
9 Jack Wiley Wake Forest, NC- 2024 +16 87
10 Baron Chamblee Ahoskie, NC- 2023 +19 90
11 Hank Adams Greenville, NC- 2024 +24 95
12 Stephen Overbey Trent Woods, NC- 2023 +25 96
13 Ryder Boulia Cary, NC- 2024 +39 110

Boys' 11 and Under Division

Pos. Player City, State - Class Stableford Points
1 Wells Mahoney Greenville, NC - 2024 28
2 Vova Gibbs Winterville, NC - 2025 23
3 Nathan Heath Winterville, NC - 2027 21

Girls' 14-18 Division

Pos. Player City, State - Class To Par Total
1 Elizabeth Ritchie Havelock, NC- 2019 +9 80
2 Darby Reeder Smithfield, NC- 2020 +12 83
T3 Trinity Ahing New Bern, NC-2020 +15 86
T3 Taylor Capps Middlesex, NC- 2019 +15 86
T5 Toni Blackwell Fayetteville, NC-2020 +16 87
T5 Emily Wellspeak New Bern, NC- 2020 +16 87
7 Becky Murray Clayton, NC- 2021 +19 90
T8 Grace Olmstead Four Oaks, NC- 2018 +20 91
T8 Madelyn Vogan New Bern, NC- 2023 +20 91
10 Catherine Vivongsy Wake Forest, NC- 2021 +23 94
11 Lauren Boulia Cary, NC- 2020 +52 123
WD Jessica Townsend Wilmington, NC- 2022 - WD



Schedule of rounds:
Thursday, June 28

First Round Starting Times: 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

Friday, June 29

Second Round Starting Times : 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
 

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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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