DALY CITY, Calif. — Tyler’s Haley Mills fired a first round score of 81 at the U.S. Girls Junior Championship on the Lake Merced Golf Club course.

She is tied for 71st.

After two rounds of stroke play, the field of 156 will be trimmed to 64 for match play that begins on Wednesday.

Ariya Jutanugarn of Thailand leads with a 71, followed by Brogan McKinnon of Canada (72) and Kathleen Gallagher of Greenwood, Miss. (73).

Boys Amateur

Stratham, N.H. — Max Greevy of Oklahoma City fired a 68 to take the first round lead of the U.S. Boys Junior Championship at The Golf Club of New England.

He leads by two strokes over Joshua Lee, Orange Park, Fla.; Jim Liu, Smithtown, N.Y.; Nicolas Echavarria, Colombia; and Andrew Bonner, Ripon, Calif.

After two rounds of stroke play, the field of 156 will be trimmed to 64 for match play that begins on Wednesday.

Branson Davis of McKinney and Scottie Scheffler of Dallas both carded 72s.

Hollytree’s Sikes In Second

RICHARDSON — John Sikes, PGA director of golf at Hollytree Country Club, fired a 4-under 68 on Monday in the first round of the Northern PGA’s E-Z-GO/UST Mamiya Eastern Championship on Sherrill Park Golf Course No. 1.

Rohan Allwood, assistant golf professional at Brook Hollow Golf Club, leads with a 66.

The second and final round is Tuesday.

Twin Lakes Open Begins

CANTON — The Twin Lakes Open, a stop on the Adams Golf Pro Tour, gets under way today.

The inaugural event has 73 players, including 68 professionals. Six of the top 10 players on this year’s Money List are in the field, including leader Brian Rowell of Lafayette, La. Last week’s winner in Garland, Bronson Burgoon of The Woodlands, is also in the field.

Several local players in the field include Stetson McMillan, Ryan Myers, Nolan Brooks, B.J. Waters, Phil Hale, Michael Davis and Jackson Latimer.

Action begins at 8 a.m. today.

 
 

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