Through Event #8  
 

Junior/Senior Division
1. Brantley Phillips - 327.5
2. Jonathan Brightwell- 290
3. Griffin Cryan - 267.5

Freshman/Sophomore Division
1. Zach Brown - 345
3. Drew Viney - 320
2. Carson Castelli - 315

Girls
Division
1. Abby Parsons - 400
2. Kendall Dobbins - 375
3. Kristen Holman -225

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  Event #8  
 

Junior/Senior Division
1. B. Phillips: 69-71-140
2. J. Brightwell: 71-73-144
3. Blake Micholas: 73-75-148

Freshman/Sophomore Division

1. Jack Massei:
75-74-149
2. Drew Viney:
74-79-153
T3. Griffin Burke: 78-77-155
T3. M. Boyajian: 78-77-155
T3. Chris Ford: 80-75-155

Girls Division
1. Abby Parsons: 81-87-168
2. Carson Day: 126-127-253

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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

Massei, Phillips, and Parsons take Event 8 titles
(Posted 3/8/2015)

Jack Massei won his first ever Winternational after shooting a 75-74-149. Massei, a freshman, came from one shot back after Saturday’s opening round to defeat overnight leader and eventual runner up Drew Viney (74-79-153). Tied for third were Chris Ford (80-75-155), Griffin Burke (78-77-155) and Michael Boyajian (78-77-155). Brantley Phillips won his first event of the 2014-2015 series with a sterling 69-71=140 total. Jonathan Brightwell shot 71-73=144 to take runner-up honors. Blake Micholas posted a 73-75-148 to take third.  Abby Parsons won the Girls Division shooting 81-87=168. Carson Day finished second.

Brantley Phillips
Brantley Phillips
Abby Parsons
Abby Parsons
Jack Massei
Jack Massei

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Record Playoff in Event 7
(Posted 2/22/2015)

The Junior/Senior Division set new Winternational playoff records with both the number of players, four, and holes needed to complete the playoff, seven. Davis Lamb, Jackson Neff, Griffin Cryan and Brantley Phillips all came in with a 36-hole total of 147. Notre Dame commit Davis Lamb captured the epic playoff battle with a birdie on the 17th hole, the 7th extra hole. In the Freshman/Sophomore division, Zach Brown of Bermuda Run, NC earned his second victory in a row with a stellar 78-72-150. Thomas Deal took runner-up honors with a 76-76-152. Griffin Burke took third with a 79-78-157. Grace Massengill won her first Winternational event with 78-76-154. Abby Parsons posted an 81-80-161 to take runner-up honors. Kendall Dobbins rounded out the top 3 with an 81-84-165.

Davis Lamb
Davis Lamb
Grace Massengill
Grace Massengill
Zach Brown
Zach Brown

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Frigid Temps Shorten Event #6
(Posted 2/15/2015)

Frigid temperatures forced The Winternational Junior Series to reduce its 36-hole competition this weekend down to just 18 holes.
In the girls Division Kendall Dobbins, of Summerfield, NC won her third title of the series shooting a 39-42-81. Grace Massengill shot 38-46-84 to capture the runner up honors. Abby Parson finished third with an 88. James Sugg won the Junior Senior Division with a 37-38-75. Sugg won the Division by three shots after calling a one stroke penalty on himself during play of the 12th hole when a ball at rest moved. Tripp Summerlin shot 39-39-78 to earn runner up honors. Aaron Walker, Gray Mattews, and Thomas Williams all shot 79 to tie for third. Thomas Deal and Zach Brown were declared Co-Champions of the Freshman/Sophomore Division after each shot a five over par 77 in the first round. Dalton Mauldin finished third with a 79.

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Nebraska Recruit Wins Winternational Event #5
(Posted 1/25/2015)

Kendall Dobbins posted a stellar 76-76-152 to take the Girls Division Event 5 crown. Dobbins, a two-time Winternational Player of the Year, made six 3’s in Sunday’s final round which included an eagle and two birdies. Abby Parsons, who had won the three previous events, finished second with 91-93-184. Joel Sneed, who will join the University of Nebraska golf team next year, was a four-shot victor in the Junior/Senior Division after posting a 75-77-152. Brantley Phillips shot a 78-78-156 to take runner-up honors. Blake Micholas (83-74-157) and Cooper Daniel (80-77-157) tied for third. Drew Viney posted a 79-77-156 to take the Freshman Sophomore Division title. Zach Brown shot 80-80-160 to take runner up honors. Clay Bollinger II shot 85-79-164 to take third place honors.

Joel Sneed
Joel Sneed
Kendall Dobbins
Kendall Dobbins
Drew Viney
Drew Viney

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Warm Weather Greets Winternational Juniors for Event 4
(Posted 1/4/2015)

Preyer Fountain shot 73-73-146 to prevail in the Junior/Senior Division thanks to a 3-under par 33 on the front nine of the final round. Jackson Neff posted a 79-71-150 to capture runner-up honors. Brantley Phillips (78-74-152) and Jordan Smith (73-79-152) tied for third. The Freshman/Sophomore Division was closely contested as three participants shared the first round lead with scores of 75. Justin Emmons and Michael Baker both shot 2-over par 74 for 149 totals. As play ended, a downpour rendered the course unplayable and Emmons and Baker were declared co-champions. Ben Crow posted a 75-82-157 to take third. Abby Parsons won her 3rd consecutive division title with an 81-86-167. Aleksandra Sharer 94-93-187 to take runner-up honors.

Preyer Fountain
Preyer Fountain
Abby Parsons
Abby Parsons
Justin Emmons
Justin Emmons

BakerMichael Baker

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ANNOUNCEMENT: EVENT REGISTRATION DEADLINES
(Posted 12/22/2014)

MEMBERS: PLEASE REMEMBER THE DEADLINE FOR ENTERING AN EVENT IS 5:00 PM EASTERN TIME ON THE WEDNESDAY PRIOR TO THE EVENT. AFTER THAT TIME THE WEBSITE WILL NO LONGER PROCESS YOUR REQUEST FOR ENTRY.

Parsons Victorious Again in Event 3
(Posted 12/14/2014)

Abby Parsons won her second event of the season with an 85-74-159 total. Maria Cassas of Cary, NC shot 95-86-181 to capture runner up honors by a stroke over Kristen Holman (86-96-182).  
Justin Emmons captured the Freshman/Sophomore Division title with a 76-77-153. Thomas Setzer shot 80-80-160 to take runner up honors. Griffin Burke shot a 75 in the opening round en route to a 75-89-164, which was good enough for third place. Davis Lamb, last year's Winternational Jr. Seriers Player of the Year in the Freshman/Sophomore division, earned a one-shot victory in the Junior Senior division with a stellar 76-70-146. Tripp Summerlin shot 71-76-147 to take second place honors. Alston Newman (75-74-149), Blake Micholas (73-76-149), and Kevin Conners (77-72-149) all tied for third.

Davis Lamb
Davis Lamb
Abby Parsons
Abby Parsons
Justin Emmons
Justin Emmons

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Three First Time Winners in Event 2
(Posted 11/30/2014)

Michael Baker took advantage of the spring like conditions to capture the Freshman Sophomore Division by posting a 72-85-157, good enough for a one-shot victory over Carson Castelli (74-84-158). Zander McCall (81-80-161) and Jack Massei (73-88-161) finished tied for third. In the girls division Abby Parsons coasted to a nine shot victory posting an impressive 84-178-172. Natalie Petersen shot 86-85-171 to take runner-up honors. Kristen Holman shot (97-90-187) finished third. Alston Newsom stormed back from a five-shot overnight deficit to capture the Junior Senior Divison title with a 77-75-152. Tripp Summerlin shot 76-78-154 to take second. Blake Wagoner and Tate Davis of Winston-Salem, NC.

Alston Newsom
Alston Newsom
Abby Parsons
Abby Parsons
Michael Baker
Michael Baker

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Brightwell, Castelli, and Dobbins take titles in Event #1
(Posted 11/16/2014)

Kendall Dobbins, the defending two-time Player of the Year, took the Girls Division title in the inaugural event of the season after posting an impressive 78-78-156 for an eleven shot win. Mackenzie Battle fired an 87-80-167 to take second place. Kristen Holman finished third. Jonathan Brightwell posted a 75-75-150 for a four shot win in the Junior / Senior division. Scott Campbell shot a 77-77-154 to take runner up honors. Cooper Daniel and Ryan Fitzgerald shared third place with identical 157 totals. The freshman/Sophomore division saw the weekend’s closest finish. Carson Castelli prevailed over the field with a one shot victory after shooting 80-57-177. Sharing second place were Chris Ford and Zach Gordon with identical 158 totals.

Jonathan Brightwell
Jonathan Brightwell
Kendall Dobbins
Kendall Dobbins
Carson Castelli
Carson Castelli

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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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  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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