U.S. GIRLS' JUNIOR
U.S. Girls' Junior Media Guide May 27, 2010 By USGA

Girls’ Junior Records

 

Age

 

Youngest Champion (years/months/days)

13/3/7  — Aree Song Wongluekiet (1999)

13/5/17 — Alexis Thompson (2008)

13/9/15 — Jenny Shin (2006)

     

Youngest Competitor

 

10 — Victoria Jenssen (1959)

Youngest Qualifier (Sectional Qualifying Started in 1996)

10 — Samantha Wagner (2008)

     

Champions

 

Most Championships Won

 

3 — Hollis Stacy (1969, 1970, 1971)

Most Consecutive Championships Won

 

3 — Hollis Stacy (1969, 1970, 1971)

     

Most Times in Final

3 — Hollis Stacy (1969, 1970, 1971)

3 — In-Bee Park (2002, 2003, 2005)

     

Most Times Runner-Up

2 — Barbara McIntire (1951, 1952)

2 — In-Bee Park (2003, 2005)

     

Winners of U.S. Girls’ Junior and U.S. Women’s Amateur (6)

Patricia Lesser (1950 Girls’ Junior; 1955 Women’s Amateur)

JoAnne Gunderson Carner (1956 Girls’ Junior; 1957, 1960, 1962, 1966, 1968 Women’s Amateur)

Pat Hurst (1986 Girls’ Junior; 1990 Women’s Amateur)

Kelli Kuehne (1994 Girls’ Junior; 1995, 1996 Women’s Amateur)

Dorothy Delasin (1996 Girls’ Junior; 1999 Women’s Amateur)

Marcy Newton (1995 Girls’ Junior; 2000 Women’s Amateur)

     

Longest Span Between Victories

2 years — Nancy Lopez (1972, 1974)

Course

 

Longest Course

6,396 yards — Carmel C.C., Charlotte, N.C., 2006

     

Shortest Course

5,721 yards — Golden Valley (Minn.) C.C., 1988

     

Entries

 

Largest

999 (2009)

     

Smallest

18 (1950)

Match Play

 

Largest Winning Margin, 18-Hole Match

 

10 and 8 — Nancy Keplinger d. Deborah Jane Carver, first round, Philadelphia (Pa.) C.C. (Bala Course), 1949

10 and 8 — Glenda Felkner d. Celia Ann McDuffie, first round, Florence (S.C.) C.C., 1955

10 and 8 — Meriam H. Bailey d. Sharon Klump, first round, Florence (S.C.) C.C., 1955

     

Largest Winning Margin, Final

7 and 5 — Nancy Lopez d. Lauren Howe, Columbia-Edgewater C.C., Portland, Ore., 1974

7 and 5 — Michelle McGann d. Lynne Mikulas, The Orchards G.C., South Hadley, Mass., 1987

6 and 5 — Peggy Conley d. Laura MacIvor, Leavenworth (Kan.) C.C., 1964

6 and 5 — Amy Alcott d. Mary Lawrence, Somerset Hills C.C., Bernardsville, N.J., 1973

6 and 5 — Amy Anderson d. Kimberly Kim, Trump National G.C. (Old and New Courses), Bedminster, N.J., 2009

     

Longest Match

26 holes — Karen Chung d. Kristina Wong, semifinals, Hartford G.C., West Hartford, Conn., 2008

25 holes — Andrea Marchand d. Hilary Rack, first round, Crestview C.C. (North Course), Wichita, Kan., 1980

24 holes — Ayaka Kaneko d. Sue Kim, quarterfinals, Tacoma C. & G.C., Lakewood, Wash., 2007

23 holes — Catherine Curry d. Denise Hermida, first round, Del Rio G. & C.C., Modesto, Calif., 1976

23 holes — Camie Hoshino d. Jamille Jose, semifinals, Pine Needles L. & G.C., Southern Pines, N.C., 1989

23 holes — Skyli Yamada d. Clarissa Childs, first round, Crestview C.C., Wichita, Kan., 1991

23 holes — Stephanie Kono d. Kimberly Kim, quarterfinals, Tacoma C. & G.C., Lakewood, Wash., 2007

     

Longest Final Match, 18 Holes (1949-2005)

20 holes — Judy Eller d. Beth Stone, Lakewood C.C., Denver, Colo., 1957

20 holes — Pat Hurst d. Adele Moore, Peach Tree G. & C.C., Marysville, Calif., 1986

20 holes — Julieta Granada d. Jane Park, Mira Vista G.C., Fort Worth, Texas, 2004

19 holes — Hollis Stacy d. Catherine Morse, Augusta (Ga.) C.C., 1971

Longest Final Match, 36 Holes (2006-present)

37 holes — Jenny Shin d. Vicky Hurst, Carmel C.C., Charlotte, N.C., 2006

     

Biggest Comeback, Final (18 Holes)

5 down — Sukjin-Lee Wuesthoff d. In-Bee Park, 1 up, Brooklawn C.C., Fairfield, Conn., 2003

     

Stroke Play

 

Lowest Medalist Score, 18 Holes

74 — Mary Mills, Heather Downs C.C., Toledo, Ohio, 1956

74 — Roberta Albers, Country Club of Buffalo, Williamsville, N.Y., 1962

74 — Janis Ferraris, Peggy Conley, Wolfert’s Roost C.C., Albany, N.Y., 1963

     

Lowest Medalist Score, 36 Holes (1964-present)

130 — Taylore Karle, BanBury G.C., Eagle, Idaho, 2005 (USGA amateur championships, lowest score)

133 — Christina Kim, Indian Hills C.C., Mission Hills, Kan., 2001

134 — Beth Bauer, Legends Club of Tennessee, Franklin, Tenn., 1997

134 — Kimberly Kim, Tacoma C. & G.C., Tacoma, Wash., 2007

     

Lowest Score, 18 Holes

62 — Christina Kim, second round, Indian Hills C.C., Mission Hills, Kan., 2001

62 — Kimberly Kim, first round, Tacoma C. & G.C., Tacoma, Wash., 2007

63 — Taylore Karle, first round, BanBury G.C., Eagle, Idaho, 2005

63 — Angela Park, second round, BanBury G.C., Eagle, Idaho, 2005

63 — Lisa McCloskey, second round, Hartford G.C., West Hartford, Conn., 2008

     

Lowest Score, 36 Holes

130 — Taylore Karle, BanBury G.C., Eagle, Idaho, 2005

132 — Angela Park, BanBury G.C., Eagle, Idaho, 2005

     

Most Times Medalist

3 — Brandie Burton (1987*, 1988, 1989)

3 — In-Bee Park (2002, 2003, 2004*)

*Co-medalist

     

Most Players to Tie For Medalist

3 — Berridge Long, Anne Richardson and Jacqueline Yates, The Country Club (Original Course), Brookline, Mass., 1953

3 — Dayna Benson, Beverley Davis and Lauren Howe, Dedham (Mass.) C. & P.C., 1975

3 — Lisa Brandetsas, Michelle McGann and Brandie Burton, The Orchards G.C., South Hadley, Mass., 1986

3 — Beth Bauer, Candy Hannemann and Grace Park, Longmeadow (Mass.) C.C., 1995

3 — Mari Chun, Julieta Granada and In-Bee Park, Mira Vista G.C., Fort Worth, Texas, 2004

 

Miscellaneous

 

Holes-In-One (14)

Debra Miller, 168-yard 6th hole, Augusta (Ga.) C.C., 1971

Cathy Mockett, 150-yard 13th hole, Illahe Hills (Ore.) C.C., 1981

Colleen Draeger, 105-yard 5th hole, Illahe Hills (Ore.) C.C., 1981

Catherine Stevens, 156-yard 12th hole, St. Clair C.C., Pittsburgh, Pa., 1985

Camille Coddens, 143-yard 17th hole, The Orchards G.C., South Hadley, Mass., 1987

Sara Miley, 113-yard 11th hole, Golden Valley (Minn.) C.C., 1988

Patti Sinn, 106-yard 14th hole, Golden Valley (Minn.) C.C., 1988

Meilin Poai, 151-yard 14th hole, Crestview C.C., Wichita, Kan., 1991

Shayna Miyajima, 166-yard 9th hole, Merion G.C., Ardmore, Pa., 1998

Ashley Leonard, 183-yard 1st hole, Green Spring Valley Hunt Club, Owings Mills, Md., 1999

Paula Creamer, 130-yard 7th hole, Mira Vista G.C., Fort Worth, Texas, 2004

Taylor Barrett, 210-yard 15th hole, Mira Vista G.C., Fort Worth, Texas, 2004

Ashley Freeman, 168-yard 3rd hole, Mira Vista G.C., Fort Worth, Texas, 2004

Jessica Yadloczky, 154-yard 3rd hole, BanBury G.C., Eagle, Idaho, 2005

M ost Times Played in Championship

7 — Margot Morton, 1954-1960

6 — Laurie Rinker, 1975-1980

6 — Mika Takayama, 1996-2001

6 — Sukjin-Lee Wuesthoff, 1999-2004

6 — Morgan Pressel, 2000-2005

6 — Megan Grehan, 2001-2006

6 — Stephanie Kono, 2002-2007

6 — Kimberly Kim, 2004-2009

5 — Leslie Green, 1982-1986

5 — Vicki Goetze, 1986-1990

5 — Kellee Booth, 1989-1993

5 — Jessica Reese, 1994-1998

5 — Leigh Anne Hardin, 1995-1999

5 — Kim Kouwabunpat, 1995-1999

5 — Kim Rowton, 1995-1999

5 — Sandy Kim, 1996-2000

5 — Kelly Robb, 1998-2002

5 — Mallory Code, 1997, 1999-2002

5 — Julieta Granada, 2000-2004

5 — Jennifer Hong, 2000-2004

5 — In-Bee Park, 2001-2005

5 — Mina Harigae, 2003-2007

5 — Becca Huffer, 2003-2007

5 — Kristen Schelling, 2003-2007

5 — Kristina Wong, 2004-2008

5 — Tiffany Lua, 2004-2008

5 — Michelle Shin, 2004-2008

5 — Lisa McCloskey, 2004-2006, 2008-2009

5 — Isabelle Lendl, 2004-2006, 2008-2009