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Wooten-Faidley Repeat at Carolinas Pro-Junior

Pictured: Christopher Wooten and John Faidley brought home the title for a second-straight year after 10 birdies led to a 10-under-par 62 and a three-stroke margin of victory.


Christopher Wooten-John Faidley Repeat at 13th Carolinas Pro-Junior

CARY, N.C. (August 13, 2018) -- The Carolinas Golf Association conducted the 13th Carolinas Pro-Junior at Prestonwood Country Club (Meadows) in Cary, N.C. on August 13, 2018.

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It was overcast at Prestonwood Country Club for the 13th Carolinas Pro-Junior Championship, but the round was very bright for defending champions Christopher Wooten and John Faidley of Winston-Salem, N.C. The tandem started out hot with a birdie on their first hole and completed the outward nine in 4-under-par 32. On the back nine, the pair really caught fire. They recorded six birdies on the inward nine to finish at 10-under-par 62 and take home the Pro-Junior trophies once again.

Finishing tied for second at 7-under-par 65 was 2017 runners-up Steve Isley Jr. and Walker Isley of Oak Island, N.C. The pair played very well on the inward nine, finishing with a 5-under-par 31, but a slow start on the front kept them from catching their playing partners. Also tied for second at 65 was Nicole Adam of Pinehurst, N.C. and Donna Andrews of Southern Pines, N.C. Andrews, a 6-time LPGA champion and Nicole Adam, the recent Dogwood State Girls' Champion finished with eight birdies on the day.

The CGA would like to thank Prestonwood Country Club for their hospitality. Special thanks to Larry Conner and his professional staff for all their hard work.

13th Carolinas Pro-Junior Championship
Prestonwood Country Club (Meadows), Cary, N.C.
Monday, August 13, 2018

Pos. Players City, State Score To Par
1 Christopher Wooten / John Faidley Winston Salem, NC 62 -10
T2 Steve Isley Jr / Walker Isley Oak Island, NC 65 -7
T2 Donna Andrews / Nicole Adam Southern Pines, NC, Pinehurst, NC 65 -7
4 Grady Newton / Marcy Newton Winston Salem , NC, Winston Salem, NC 66 -6
T5 Paul Dickens / Will Hawley Wake Forest, NC, Raleigh, NC 67 -5
T5 Rob Salisbury / Tommy Gibson Mount Airy, NC, Winston-Salem, NC 67 -5
T5 Branden Boyce / Jeff Johnson Raeford, NC, Spring Lake, NC 67 -5
T5 Caden Baker / Jonathan Dudley Whitsett, NC, Mebane, NC 67 -5
T9 Brad Luebchow / Mallory Fobes Winston Salem, NC, East Bend, NC 68 -4
T9 Benjamin Scearce / Zac Collins Raleigh, NC, Durham, NC 68 -4
T11 Clark Rose / Dawson Daniels Goldsboro, NC, Greensboro, NC 69 -3
T11 Cade Hancock / Cortney Brisson Wallace, NC, Elizabethtown, NC 69 -3
T11 Clarence Rose / Ella June Hannant Goldsboro, NC, Pikeville, NC 69 -3
T14 Devin Harwood / Gordon Preddy Mount Pleasant, NC 70 -2
T14 Baxter Poe / Nathaniel Eaton Raleigh, NC 70 -2
T14 Deborah Spair / Kelly Mitchum Southern Pines, NC, Raleigh, NC 70 -2
T17 Chase Clayton / Nick Jacobi Albemarle, NC, Locust, NC 71 -1
T17 Ben Miller / Matthew Fary Thomasville, Nc, Thomasville, NC 71 -1
T17 Ryan Alexander / Ryan Monteith Wilmington, NC 71 -1
T17 Holland Giles / Ronald Giles Pinehurst, NC 71 -1
T17 Brandon Mawyer / Sam Terry High Point, NC, Thomasville, NC 71 -1
T17 Chase Duncan / Ryan Vance Raleigh, NC 71 -1
T23 Jay Mull / Trey Schneider Huntsville, NC, Mooresville, NC 72 E
T23 Alex van der Linden / Will Pohlman Apex, NC, Chapel Hill, NC 72 E
T25 Justin Guilford / Ken Guilford Huntersville, NC, Davidson, NC 73 +1
T25 Carter Massengill / Tripp McIntyre Cary, NC 73 +1
T25 Deac Dawson / Kenny Walter Concord, NC 73 +1
T25 Benjamin Hays / Brian Burgwyn Cary, NC 73 +1
T25 Grace Ridenour / Kathy Bounds Chapel Hill , NC, Cary, NC 73 +1
T30 Ben Blalock / Langdon Aronson Raleigh, NC 74 +2
T30 Greg Greksa / Michael LaSasso Raleigh, NC 74 +2
T30 Brandon Turner / David Elliott Randleman, NC, Asheboro, NC 74 +2
T33 Frank Maynard / Ryan Rosamond Durham, NC, Chapel Hill, NC 75 +3
T33 Luke Payne / Mitch Adams Asheboro, NC 75 +3
T33 Andy Harris / Drew Eggers Fuquay Varina, NC, Cary, NC 75 +3
T33 Jackson Bryce / Jeff Holden Cary, NC 75 +3
T33 Haylie George / Kyle Burgess Garner, NC, Morrisville , NC 75 +3
T38 Dan Alton / Noah Butler Raleigh, NC 76 +4
T38 Ryan Bradley / Tony Mabini Holly Springs, NC, Cary, NC 76 +4
T38 Ferdinand Guerrero / Quinlan Polin Cary, NC 76 +4
T38 Andy Zachowicz / Will Choplin Charlotte, NC, Conover, NC 76 +4
T38 Jackson Collier / Parks Helms Fayetteville, NC 76 +4
T38 Carmen Tucker / Micah Vugrinec Fayetteville, NC 76 +4
T44 Cate Piterle / Tom Ream Holly Springs, NC, Cary, NC 78 +6
T44 Atley Gabriel / Brian Morissette Hickory, NC, Claremont, NC 78 +6
T46 Ben Johnson / Jason Akel Newton, NC 79 +7
T46 Jens Klemsche / Sean McDowell Cary, NC 79 +7
T48 Brett Williams / Kevin Martin Greensboro, NC, Summerfield , NC 80 +8
T48 James-Paul Wagner / Louis Matroni Cary, NC 80 +8
T50 Dante Jannotta / Will Woodard Newtown, PA, Cary, NC 81 +9
T50 Jimmy Hamilton / Seth Marshall Knightdale, NC, Raleigh, NC 81 +9
52 Anna Claire Bridge / Jess Yadloczky Raleigh , NC, Raleigh, NC 83 +11
53 Dylan Johnson / Monique Gesualdi Raleigh, NC 84 +12
54 Liz Harper / Megan Dunn Cary, NC 87 +15
WD Patrick Warnock / Ryan Roberts Durham, NC, Cary, NC WD -

Format: 18 holes of Pinehurst foursomes stroke play where both team members play from the teeing ground, switch golf balls of the second shot, then select one ball for the third shot and play alternate shot unit until the ball is holed. A team must then complete the hole with the ball selected.

Entry is open to any team comprised of a golf professional and a junior golfer 8-18 years of age as of August 13, 2018, who has not started college. The professional and the junior golfer must be legal residents of North or South Carolina. Golf Professional does not have to be a member of the Carolinas PGA.

About the Carolinas Golf Association (CGA)

The CGA is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit educational organization that was founded in 1909 to promote and to protect the game of golf in the Carolinas by providing competitions, education, support and benefits to golf clubs and golfers. The CGA is the second largest golf association in the country with over 700 member clubs represented by nearly 150,000 individuals.

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.    

For more information about the CGA, visit our website.





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