Through Event #8  
 

Junior/Senior Division
1. Brantley Phillips- 380
2. Nash Neptune - 300
3. Trey Capps - 282.5

Freshman/Sophomore Division 1. Kenan Poole II - 380
2. Matthew Hayes - 332.5
2. Alex Huml - 325

Girls
Division
1. Meghan McPeak -345
2. Madison Isaacson - 180
3. Channing Hensley - 150

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  Event #8  
 

Junior/Senior Division
1. T. Mayes: 73-74-147
2. B. Phillips: 73-77-150
3. S. McGee: 77-75 -152

Freshman/Sophomore Division

1. A. Huml: 73-73-146
1. K. Poole, II:
77-74-151
3. R. Salisbury: 78-74-152

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Winternationals Name Players of the Year and All-Americans
(posted 3/20/2016)

The Twenty second annual Winternational Junior Series at Pinehurst concluded its season with the naming of the Players of the Year in each division and the naming of the 2015-2016 Winternational All American Team. In the Junior-Senior Division, Brantley Phillips claimed Player of the Year honors for the second straight year. In the Freshman/Sophomore Division, Kenan Poole II took home Player of the Year honors. Meghan McPeak was named Player of the Year in the Girls Division. Please visit the full recap page to see the full list of 2015-2016 All Americans.

Brantley Phillips
Brantley Phillips
Meghan McPeak
Meghan McPeak
Kenan Poole, II
Kenan Poole, II

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Mayes and Huml notch first titles in final event of season
(posted 3/20/2016)

On Sunday, Thomas Mayes won twice. Before the start of play, Mayes was honored with the Bud Shulby Memorial Sportsmanship Award. THe Shulby Award, which is not handed out annually, is given to a player who demonstrates excellent sportsmanship. After accepting the Shulby Award, Mayes posted a final round 74 after shooting 73 on Saturday. His 147 total was enough to take the Junior Senior Division title. This win marked Mayes' first Winternational victory. Mayes bested Brantley Phillips who posted a 73-77-150 to take runner-up honors. Sam McGee finished third with a 77-75-152 total. In the Freshman Sophomore division, Alex Huml (73-73-146) won his first WNJS tournament title by five shots over runner-up Kenan Poole, II, who posted a 77-74-151. Rob Salisbury posted a 78-74 to take third place honors. Read more...

Thomas MAyes
Thomas Mayes
Alex Huml
Alex Huml

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Phillips and Poole, II both capture third wins of the Season
(posted 2/28/2016)

The Freshman/Sophomore division was captured by Kenan Poole, II, who shot 75-75-150. It was the third win of the year for Poole, II. Alex Huml captured runner-up honors with a 78-74-152. Brandon Einstein posted a 76-77-153 to take third. Brantley Phillips made his third start of the season and notched his third victory on the strength of a 70-72-142. Phillips was last year’s Player of the Year and a Winternational former All-American. Trey Capps posted a strong 71-73-144 to capture runner-up honors. Bejnamin Esposito shot 83-76-159 to take third. Read more...


Brantley Phillips
Kenan Poole
Kenan Poole, II

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Winternationals Revisit Fazio's #6 in Event #6
(posted 2/21/2016)

Mason Williams, a Winternational newcomer, took advantage of great weather to capture the Freshman / Sophomore Divison crown with a stellar 72-75-147. Symon Balbin posted a 78-76-154 to take runner up honors. Matthw Hayes shot 75-80-150 to take third.  Trey Capps hung on for a one shot victory over the hard charging Bradley Calloway of Asheboro North Carolina.  Calloway made 3 birdies including one on the 18th  hole in Sundays final round to close the gap on Capps.  Capps shot 74-77-151 and Calloway posted an 80-72-152. There was a three way tie for third among Ian Craig, Thomas Mayes, and Marco Oliverio. In the Girls Division, Meghan McPeak won her second event of this series with a 93-88-181 total.  Cate Brewer took runner up honors.  

Congratulations as well to Jason Kokrak, runner-up at the Los Angeles Open, which concluded play today, and a three-time Winternational All American. Read more...

Trey Capps
Trey Capps
Meghan McPeak
Meghan McPeak
Mason Williams
Mason Williams

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Winter Makes First Appearance in Event 5
(posted 1/17/2016)

After seasonally warm conditions during round one on Pinehurst #6, Mother Nature brought snow and cold weather on Sunday--eventually reducing the second round to nine holes. Kenan Poole, II (82-37-119) won the Freshman/Sophomore Division coming from four shots off the pace after Saturday’s first round. In the runner-up position was Matthew Hayes who shot a 78-42-120. Attie Giles took third with an 88-37-125. Ethan Schwartz shot an even par 72 in Saturday’s first round and cruised to victory in the Junior Senior Division, utlimately posting a 72-40-112. Austin Harrill, a former Winternational All-American, took runner up honors in his first event of the season after posting a 74-45-119. Jack Rolle (75-45-120) and Nash Neptune (81-39-120) tied for third...Read more

Kenan Poole
Kenan Poole II
Ethan Schwartz
Ethan Schwartz
 

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Deal repeats in Event 4. Neptune and McPeak also victorious.
(posted 1/3/2016)

Thomas Deal (76-73-149) notched his second straight victory in the Freshman Sophomore Division of the Winternational Jr. Series' fourth event held on Pinehurst's Centennial #8 course. Tied for runner up honors were Jack Marcotte (78-80-158) and Matthew Hayes (77-81-158). Meghan McPeak (94-84-178) defeated Channing Hensley (96-89-185) to take the Girls Division Crown. Nash Neptune (77-78-155) won the closely contested Junior/Senior Division. Thomas Messenheimer took runner up honors with a 77-79-156 and and Jared Robinson finished third with a 77-81-158.Read more...

Nash Neptune
Nash Neptune
Meghan McPeak
Meghan McPeak
THomas Deal
Thomas Deal

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Brinker Deal & Adam take Event #3 Titles
(posted 12/20/2015)

Walter Brinker (79-71-150) came from three shots back after the first round on the No. 2 course to claim a three shot victory in the Junior Senior Division. Brinker, had seven birdies in his last 27 holes to spell the difference between himself and first round leader and eventual runner-up Justin Lewis (76-77-153). Tied for third were Benjamin Esposito, Griffin Burke, and James Sugg of Pinehurst. In the Freshman/Sophomore Division Thomas Deal won the division with a 78-82-160 total. Attie Giles posted an 81-82-163 to take runner-up honors. In third place was Alex Huml (80-85-165). Nicole Adam shot a fine 84-83-167 to take the Girls Division title. Madison Isaacson (89-92-181) took runner up honiors while Mogie Adamchik of Raleigh took third Read more...

Walter Brinker
Walter Brinker

Nicole Adam
THomas Deal
Thomas Deal

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Brantley Phillips Repeats as Champ in Event #2
(posted 11/29/2015)

Madison Isaacson took advantage of ideal conditions to win the Event #2 crown in on Pinehurst's #4 course. Isaacson posted a 76-79-155 to capture a 9 shot victory over Michelle Harn (84-80-164). Kristen Holman finished third. Matthew Hayes took the Freshman / Sophomore Division title on the strength of a 79-80-159. Rob Salisbury posted a 80-83-163 to take runner up honors. Ethan Hall shot 87-80-167 to finish third. In the weekend’s most closely contested divisional race Brantley Phillips (80-72-152) came from eight shots back to capture his second straight Junior / Senior Division victory. Runner-up Jack Rolle shot 72-81-153. Jared Robinson shot 77-78-155 to take third place honors. Read more...

Brantley Phillips
Brantley Phillips
Isaacson
Madison Isaacson
Hayes
Matthew Hayes

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Schedule Change - Event #6 Moved to Course #4
(posted 11/9/2015)

THe second round of Event 6, which was to take place on February 14 on Course #4 has been moved to Course #8. THe first round will still be held on COurse #2. The updated 2015-2016 schedule is now available.

Winternationals Kick off 22nd Season at Pinehurst
(posted 11/15/2015)

The Winternational Junior Series at Pinehurst opened its 22nd season amidst fine weather on Pinehurst Resort's #5 Course. Brantley Phillips made seven birdies during the two round event and posted a 72-69-141 to capture the Junior Senior Divison title. Zach Freeman shot a 76-77-153 to take runner up honors, while Nash Neptune finished third, a shot behind Freeman. Kenan Poole, II came from one shot back after Saturday’s first round to claim a four stroke victory on Sunday in the Freshman Sophomore Division. Poole finished with a 77-76-153. Rob Salisbury captured runner-up honors with an 81-76-157. Matthew Hayes finished third. Julianne Strauch won the Girls Division with an 81-84-165. Carmen Tucker finished second with an 86-90-176. Meghan McPeak from Chapel Hill. Read more...

Brantley Phillips
Brantley Phillips
Julianne Strauch
Julianne Strauch
Keenan Poole II
Kenan Poole II

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Schedule Change - Event #2 Moved to Course #4
(posted 11/9/2015)

Event 2, which was to take place on November 28-29 on Course #8 has been moved to Course #4. The updated 2015-2016 schedule is now available.

 

Winternational Junior Series Preparing for 22nd Season
(posted 7/12/2015)

The 22nd annual Winternational Junior Series of Golf will begin on November 14-15 at Pinehurst Country Club, Pinehurst, NC. This eight tournament series was founded in 1994 and is open to high school boys and girls. More than 3,000 contestants have played in these 36-hole weekend events.

Former members include PGA Tour members Webb Simpson, Jason Dufner, Dustin Johnson, Johnson Wagner, and Jason Kokrak. Many of our members have gone on to compete a the collegiate level. For more information, please view our full welcome letter.

Winternationals Name Players of the Year and All-Americans
(posted 3/8/2015)

The Twenty first annual Winternational Junior Series at Pinehurst concluded its season with the naming of the Players of the Year in each division and the naming of the 2014-2015 Winternational All American Team. In the Junior-Senior Division, Brantley Phillips claimed Player of the Year honors on the strength of an Event 8 win. In the Freshman/Sophomore Division, Zach Brown, the youngest player in the field, claimed divisional Player of the Year honors. Abby Parsons was named Player of the Year in the Girls Division on the strength of her four wins this season. Please visit the full recap page to see the full list of 2014-2015 All Americans.

Brantley Phillips
Brantley Phillips
Abby Parsons
Abby Parsons
Zach Brown
Zach Brown

related links: Full recap

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Welcome to the Winternational Junior Series at Pinehurst
(Posted 6/27/2014)

Dear Junior Golfer,

We invite you to become a member of the TWENTY-FIRST 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 three US OPENs in the past ten years and will play host to the 2014 US Mens and Womens 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 $125 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.

If your primary residence is within one hundred miles of Pinehurst you may participate without staying at the resort hotel. If this is not the case, a rate of $85.00 per night, per person (double occupancy), which includes breakfast, tax and gratuity will be offered. This rate is offered to both contestants, families and their guests. Learn more on our accomodations page.

Our entry fee, per event will be $160.00 (when competing on the number 2 course the entry fee will be $250.00).

Past participants, over 1,800 high school boys and girls, have gone on to compete on the PGA Tour, LPGA Tour, Nationwide Tour, and the Duramed Tour. Series alums Jason Dufner, Webb Simpson, Johnson Wagner, and Jason Kokrak have combined to win over 20 professional tournaments, including two majors (the 2012 US Open for Webb and the 2013 PGA Championship for Jason) and have climbed into the top in the world rankings. Over 50% of our members have participated at the collegiate level. Forty states and six foreign countries have been represented in our 14 year history. Our alums include Webb Simpson (2012 US Open Champion), Johnson Wagner (PGA Tour winner), Jason Dufner (PGA Tour winner), and Jason Kokrak (Nationwide Tour Multiple Champion in 2011).

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,

Signature
Peter deYoung
Series Founder & Chairman

 

What They're Saying about the Winternationals
(posted 6/27/2014)

Johnson Wagner  

JOHNSON WAGNER
Charlotte, NC
PGA Tour Member; Winner of the 2008 Shell Houston 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 Name Players of the Year and All-Americans
(posted 3/2/2014)

The Twentieth annual Winternational Junior Series at Pinehurst concluded its season with the naming of the Players of the Year in each division and the naming of the 2013-2014 Winternational All American Team. In the Junior-Senior Division, David Kocher claimed Player of the Year honors with a narrow five point season difference over defending the Player of the Year Tanner Owen. Kocher will play on the men’s golf team at University of Maryland while Owen will play for Wake Forest. In the Freshman/Sophomore Division, Davis Lamb of Potomac, MD, claimed divisional Player of the Year honors.  Lamb, who played five Winternational events, won two and had top five finishes IN his other events. Kendall Dobbins was named Player of the Year in the Girls Division for the second consecutive year on the strength of her four wins this season. Please visit the full recap page to see the full list of 2013-2014 All Americans.

David Kocher
David Kocher
Kendall Dobbins
Kendall Dobbins
Davis Lamb
Davis Lamb

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  The Winternational Junior Series at Pinehurst is now on Twitter.
 
 
     
  New Online Event Registration
Winternational members can now register for events online. Please visit the registration page. Please note you'll be redirected to a page hosted by our partner, the Duhamel Group.
 
     
 

Next Event Tee Times
View the tee times for the upcoming event. Tee times will be posted at noon on the Friday before the tournament.

 
     
  Frost Delay Hotline
Please call (910) 235-8140 for information on Frost Delays. (Please do not call any other resort number).
 
     
  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
 
     
  Pinehurst Resort selected to host 2014 US Open  
 

Pinehurst Resort - Host of 2014 US Open

 
 

Pinehurst #2 will host the 2014 U.S. Men's and Womne's Open and becomes first US Open venue to get Open three times in 15 years. Pinehurst also hosted the 1999 and 2005 Opens. For more information, please view the official press release.

 


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