Through Event 7

 
 

Junior/Senior Division
1. Chase Clayton - 352.5
2. Owen Swavely - 345
3. Harrison Wierse - 310

Freshman/Sophomore Division
1. Colin Dutton- 355
3. Daniel Adkins - 337.5
2. David Oliver IV - 310

Girls
Division
1. Mallory Fobes - 360
2. MAra Hirtle - 330
3. Jaclyn Kenzel- 322.5

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  Event #7  
 

Junior Senior Division
1. Sam Westwood: 79-73-152
2. Owen Swavely: 80-72-152
3. Harrison Wierse: 77-77-154

Freshman Sophomore Division
1. Alan Van Asch: 77-75-152
2. David Oliver IV: 74-81-155
T3. Scott Hanna: 76-84-160
T3: Chris Ha: 85-75-160

Girls Division
1. Mallory Fobes: 79-75-154
2. Mara Hirtle: 82-77-159
3. Jaclyn Kenzel: 82-80-160

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Winternationals Defeat Bad Weather in Event 7
(posted 2/17/2019)

Sam Westwood (79-73-152) and Owen Swavely (80-72-152) needed an extra hole to decide the Junior Senior Division Championship in Event 7 after both posting stellar 36 hole scores. Westwood, visting the Winternationals for the second straight week from Scotalnd, won the initial playoff hole with a regulation par. Harrison Wierse shot a 77-77-154 to finish third. Mallory Fobes made it back-to-back wins in the Girls Division by shooting 79-75-154. Mara Hirtle garnered runner-up honors with an 82-77-159 and Jacklyn Kenzel captured third place with an 82-80-162. Winternational newcomer Alan Van Asch posted a 77-75-152 to take the Freshman Sophomore Division title. David Oliver IV shot 74-81-155 to take runner up honors. Chris Ha (85-75-160) and Scott Hanna (76-84-160) tied for third.

Sam Westwood
Sam Westwood
Mallory Fobes
Mallory Fobes
Alan Van Asch
Alan Van Asch

related links: Full recap :: Full Leaderboard :: Photo Gallery

Scots Join in on Winternationals
(posted 2/10/2019)

The Winternational Jr. Series members welcomed 14 high school boys and girls from the East Lothian Junior Golf League in Scotland. Daniel Adkins (84-74-158) came from four shots back after the first round to capture the win in the Freshman Sophomore Division. Ryan Macri posted a strong 80-79-159 to take runner up honors. Jennings Glenn shot 82-78-160 to take third. Chase Clayton shot 74-74-148 to win his third Junior Senior Division title in as many tries. Thomas Maye shot 75-77-152. Harrison Wierse (80-75-155) and Malachy Hayward (79-76-155) of Edinburgh, Scotland tied for third. Mallory Fobes, co-player of the year last year, won her first event of this series shooting an 82-73-155. Mara Hirtle shot 84-77-161 to take third. Katelyn Kenthack (86-80-166) and Jaclyn Kenzel (87-79-166) tied for third.

Chase Clayton
Chase Clayton
Mallory Fobes
Mallory Fobes
Daniel Adkins
Daniel Adkins

related links: Full recap :: Full Leaderboard :: Photo Gallery

Kenzel Notches First Win, Dutton & Clayton Victorious Again
(posted 1/19/2019)

This 25th Winternationals season saw its first two repeat winners of the season in the Boys Divisons. Chase Clayton won his second event after firing an opening round of 69 followed by an 83, which was good enough for a 152 total and a two shot margin of victory over Harrison Wierse, who shot 78-76-154 to take runner up honors. Nicholas Song (75-81-156) tied with Jake Clodfelter (75-81-156) for third. Jaclyn Kenzel posted a tidy 73-81-154 to take her first Girls Division title. Megan Kanaby posted an 84-74-158 to take runner up honors. Katelyn Kenthack finished third with an 85-75-160. Colin Dutton shot a 79-79-158 to capture his second championship of the season in the Freshman Sophomore Divison. Cullen Campbell took runner up honors on the strength of his 77-81-158 and Daniel Adkins finished third with an 85-76-161.

Chase Clayton
Chase Clayton
Jaclyn Kenzel
Jaclyn Kenzel
Colin Dutton
Colin Dutton

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Winternationals Take on Course #9 for First Time
(posted 12/23/2018)

The Winternationals took on Pinehurst's Course #9 for the first time this weekend. Newcomer Megan Kanaby was victorious by two shots in the Girls Division shooting a 76-79-155. Mallory Fobes took runner-up honors on the strength of a 78-79-157. Angelique Seymour posted an 80-79-159 to take third. In the Junior/Senior Division, Andrew Wood (75-75-150) won his first event of the series by two shots over Owen Swavely (75-77-152). Robert Dudeck, III finished third with an 81-74-155. In the Freshman/Sophomore Division, Ryan Macri took the title in his first event with a 69-75-144. Colin Dutton shot a 72-75-147 to take runner up honors and David Oliver, IV (78-77-155) finished third.

Andrew Wood
Andrew Wood
Megan Kanaby
Megan Kanaby
Ryan Macri
Ryan Macri

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3 First Time Winners in Event 2 Replay
(posted 12/23/2018)

Event #2 which was originally schedule for December 8-9 was postponed due to weather and was played this weekend on Pinehurst No. 5. Owen Woods claimed his first victory of the year after stringing together three birdies on holes three thru five during Sunday’s final round to complete a 77-76-153. Brendan Kelly posted an 80-75-155 to take runner up honors. Nate Diemer shot 86-72-157 to round out the top three. Mara Hirtle earned top honors in the Girls Division with a solid 76-71-147. Mallory Fobes shot 83-72-155 to earn runner-up honors. Jaclyn Kenzel shot 81-76-157. Collin Dutton bounced back from a first round 84 to shoot 84-71-155 and win the Freshman Sophomore Division. Kunakorn Tang posted an 84-74-158 to take runner-up honors. In third place was David Oliver, IV (80-80-160).

Collin Dutton
Collin Dutton
Mara Hirtle
Mara Hirtle
Owen Woods
Owen Woods

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Winternationals Play U.S. Open Venue #2 Course in Event 3
(posted 12/16/2018)

The Winternational Junior Series played two of Pinehurst oldest courses over the weekend. Saturday’s 1st round was contested on the Famed Pinehurst No. 2, host of countless championships included the upcoming U.S. Amateur in August of 2019. The golf in the Freshman/Sophomore division was fitting for the venue. Daniel Adkins needed 4 extra holes to take home his first Winternational title after posting a 78-73-151. Adkins played the four extra holes in three under par for the victory. Prior to that Adkins made two birdies in the last four holes of regulation which made it possible to catch runner-up David Olivier IV who shot a 75-76-151. Colin Dutton shot 81-72-153 to take third. Owen Swavely captured the Boys Junior/Senior Division title with strong rounds of 75 and 78 for a 153 total. Owen Woods shot 79-79-158 in his runner-up performance. Harrison Wierse finished third two shots back of Woods. Angelique Seymour claimed her first win of the season with a 76-77-153, which was good enough for a five shot win over Kelly Topiwala, who posted rounds of 80-78-160. Mallory Fobes shot 82-78-160 to finish third.

Owen Swavely
Owen Swavely
Angelique Seymour
Angelique Seymour
Daniel Adkins
Daniel Adkins

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Winternationals Kick Off 25th Season
(posted 11/25/2018)

The Winternational Junior Series, which consists of eight championship events for high school age boys and girls, played its first event of the 2018-2019 Season this weekend at Pinehurst Resort in the Village of Pinehurst, NC. The series is the oldest of its kind in the Country, and since its inception in 1994, over 2,850 young men and women have passed through its membership. In the Freshman/Sophomore Division Jacob Conklin scored a 76+84=160 for a four shot victory in his first Winternational Championship. In the runner-up position was Chris Ha an eighth grader from Fayetteville, NC. Peter Nusbaum captured third with his 82-84 total. In the Girls Division, Bailee Twiford won her first Winternational tournament on the strength of her consecutive 78’s for a 156 total. Mallory Fobes took runner-up honors with her 81+77=158. In third place another shot back was Kelley Topiwala finished third with an 80+79=159. Chase Clayton picked up where he left off in last year’s series by winning the Junior Senior Division 12 shots on the strength of a three over par 74+73=147. Nate Diemer and Brendan Kelley both shot 159 to take runner-up honors.

Chase Clayton
Chase Clayton
Bailee Twiford
Bailee Twiford
Jacob Conklin
Jacob Conklin

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Welcome to the Winternational Junior Series at Pinehurst
(Posted 8/2/2018)

Dear Junior Golfer,

We invite you to become a member of the TWENTY-FIFTTH ANNUAL WINTERNATIONAL JUNIOR SERIES AT PINEHURST. This tournament series consists of eight 36 hole stroke play events from November through March. All events are played at the historic Pinehurst Country Club and our schedule includes six of the resort courses including the famed number 2 course which has hosted five US OPENs in the past 15 years and has been selected to host the 2024 U.S. Open. Please take a moment to view our complete schedule and descriptions of the courses we'll play.

Our fee structure is more affordable than ever before. The membership fee is $100 and makes you eligible for all eight events. There are no qualifiers or any waiting list; you are guaranteed entry into any or all events.

PLEASE NOTE, WE HAVE MADE SMALL ADJUSTMENTS TO OUR HOTEL ACCOMMODATION POLICY. If your primary residence is within 75 miles of Pinehurst you may participate without staying at the resort hotel. If this is not the case, a rate of $149 per night per room, which includes tax and gratuity will be offered. This rate is offered to both contestants, families and their guests. Rooms can sleep up to 4. Learn more on our accomodations page.

Our entry fee, per event will be $150.00 (when competing on the number 2 course the entry fee will be $250.00).

Past participants, over 2,000 high school boys and girls, have gone on to compete on the PGA Tour, LPGA Tour, Nationwide Tour, and the Duramed Tour. Our alums include Webb Simpson (2012 US Open Champion), Johnson Wagner (PGA Tour winner), Jason Dufner (PGA Tour winner), Dustin Johnson (11 time PGA Tour winner, 2016 US Open Champion, #3 ranked player in world rankings) and Jason Kokrak (Nationwide Tour Multiple Champion). Over 50% of our members have participated at the collegiate level. Forty states and six foreign countries have been represented in our 25 year history.

The eight events will be managed by professional tournament directors with an emphasis on servicing our contestants. Our starters, rules officials and scoreboard operators are all well versed in their fields. Results of each event are sent to media outlets which include Golf World, Golfweek, and a multitude of golf coaches.

A season long point race includes members’ four best finishes and will determine our player of the year awards and the All American team selections.

We are very much looking forward to getting to know each of you as you continue to develop your golf games. Please visit on our application page to apply to become part of this exciting junior golf tour. If you or your parents have any questions about the Series, please don't hesitate to contact us.

Regards,

Peter dignature
Peter deYoung

What They're Saying about the Winternationals
(posted 8/2/2018)

Johnson Wagner  

JOHNSON WAGNER
Charlotte, NC
PGA Tour Member; Winner of the 2008 Shell Houston Open, 2011 Mayakoba Golf Classic, and 2012 SONY Open; Winternational member in 2000

“I never won an event at Pinehurst but the years I played were great for me because I learned so much about myself as a competitor.  I never gave up, never quit, and through the season gained so much confidence.  I truly love Pinehurst and believe the Winternationals were a cornerstone to the success I am experiencing now.”

Read more about what former Winternational members, PGA, LPGA, & Nationwide players, and college golf coaches are saying about the Winternationals.

 

Winternationals Announce Players of the Year and All Americans
(posted 3/4/2018)

The twenty-fourth annual Winternational Junior Series at Pinehurst concluded its season this weekend on the Pinehurst No. 1 Course. Over one hundred and thirty high school boys and girls were members during the 2018-2019 Season. The Winternationals, an eight-tournament series, has been based in Pinehurst since its inception and conducts championships on all of the Pinehurst Championship layouts. Competition was held in three separate divisions, Junior/Senior, Freshman/Sophomore and Girls. Only a player’s top four finishes count towards the POY honors in each age division. Chase Clayton took Player of the Year honors in the Junior Senior Division. Angelique Seymour and Mallory Fobes both posted stellar seasons and have been selected as Co Players of the Year in the Junior Senior Divison. Drew Van Dyke was named Player of the Year in the Freshman Sophomore Division.

Chase Clayton
Chase Clayton
Angelique Seymour
Angelique Seymour
Mallory Fobes
Mallory Fobes
Drew Van Dyke
Drew Van Dyke

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  Pinehurst Resort selected to host 2024 US Open  
 

Pinehurst Resort - Host of 2014 US Open

 
 

Pinehurst #2 will host the 2024 U.S. Open. Pinehurst also hosted the 1999, 2005, and 2014 Opens. For more information, please view the official press release.

 
     
 

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  PGA and LPGA players Reflect on Winternationals
Winternational alums Johnson Wagner, Jason Dufner, and Young A Yang reflect on the experience of competing in the Winternationals while college coaches, players, and PGA tour players weigh in on how the Winternationals prepare young players for competing at the highest levels... more
 
     


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