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Shallotte golfer plays in final foursome at Pebble Beach with pro golfer Jay Haas as his partner

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PEBBLE BEACH,CA (WWAY) -- Shallotte's Harrison Taylor played in the final foursome on Sunday afternoon at a Champions Tour golf event in Pebble Beach. For a golfer it doesn't get much better than that. Taylor and playing partner Jay Haas entered Sunday's final round in a tie for fourth place, but Haas and Taylor both struggled a bit on the final day of play. Only 22 junior-pro teams advanced to Sunday's play. As it turns out the Taylor-Haas pairing finished in a tie for 16th place. As a team their best ball was 66 on Friday, 65 on Saturday and 73 on Sunday for a 204 three day total of 12 under par.

Two junior golfers from the Cape Fear region are playing in this weekend's Nature Valley First Tee Open in Pebble Beach,California. Wilmington's Tim Bringard played two rounds, but he did not make the cut in order to play on Sunday. Bringard played the first two rounds with senior pro Don Pooley. Shallotte's Harrison Taylor will be playing in the final round though. Taylor is paired with former Wake Forest golfer Jay Haas. They entered Sunday's play tied for fourth place in the junior-senior portion of the tournament. Haas had the lead in the individual portion of the Champions Tour event, but Jeff Sluman ended up winning the Champions Tour event after Haas shot 3 over on the final day of play.

We hope you saw Sunday's Coach's Corner on WWAY. We showed both Harrison Taylor and Jay Haas. The Coach's Corner aired at 6pm on Sunday. Here's a link to the Coach's Corner. It will be posted online by Monday afternoon. http://www.wwaytv3.com/coach-corner

Sunday's final round junior-pro standings are listed below. Under that we listed the standings through the second round. The second round results show both the pro and the junior golfer together. Sunday's standings do not.

- 1 1 Casie Cathrea (PB) -4 F -23 65 60 68 193
- 2 2 Brandon Baumgarten (PB) -4 F -19 64 65 68 197
- 3 T7 Austin Landis (PB) -6 F -18 66 66 66 198
- T4 T4 Stefano Diaz (PB) -3 F -16 65 66 69 200
- T4 T7 Mike McGilton (PB) -4 F -16 67 65 68 200
- T4 T11 Blair Waters (PB) -5 F -16 66 67 67 200
- T7 T19 Benjarong Murray (PB) -5 F -15 68 66 67 201
- T7 T21 Kyle John (PB) -6 F -15 68 67 66 201
- T7 T7 Ben Davis (PB) -3 F -15 65 67 69 201
- T7 T4 Drew Board (PB) -2 F -15 65 66 70 201
- T11 T19 Patrick Fahey (PB) -4 F -14 66 68 68 202
- T11 T11 Monique Riley (PB) -3 F -14 68 65 69 202
- T11 T11 Bryana Nguyen (PB) -3 F -14 65 68 69 202
- T14 T11 Andrea Wong (PB) -2 F -13 66 67 70 203
- T14 T11 John Dunlap (PB) -2 F -13 68 65 70 203
- T16 T11 Clare Sorensen (PB) -1 F -12 67 66 71 204
- T16 T21 Kolton Cooper (PB) -3 F -12 67 68 69 204
- T16 T11 Oliver Rudnicki (PB) -1 F -12 66 67 71 204
- T16 T7 Logan Bertalan (PB) E F -12 65 67 72 204
- T16 3 Martavious Adams (PB) 2 F -12 63 67 74 204
- T16 T4 Harrison Taylor (PB) 1 F -12 66 65 73 204 ***
- 22 T11 Thomas Cazares (PB) E F -11 70 63 72 205

Professional / Junior Teams
Results through round two

Ben Crenshaw / Casie Cathrea 65-60—125
Brad Bryant / Brandon Baumgarten 64-65—129
Jim Thorpe / Martavious Adams 63-67—130
Jay Haas / Harrison Taylor 66-65—131 ***********
Mark Calcavecchia / Stefano Diaz 65-66—131
David Eger / Drew Board 65-66—131
Russ Cochran / Ben Davis 65-67—132
Bob Gilder / Austin Landis 66-66—132
Mark Mouland / Mike McGilton 67-65—132
D. A. Weibring / Logan Bertalan 65-67—132
Phil Blackmar / Monique Riley 68-65—133
Mark Brooks / Thomas Cazares 70-63—133
Bobby Clampett / John Dunlap 68-65—133
Fred Funk / Bryana Nguyen 65-68—133
Steve Lowery / Oliver Rudnicki 66-67—133
Chien Soon Lu / Andrea Wong 66-67—133
Eduardo Romero / Clare Sorensen 67-66—133
Jeff Sluman / Blair Waters 66-67—133
John Huston / Benjarong Murray 68-66—134
Lonnie Nielsen / Patrick Fahey 66-68—134
Olin Browne / Kyle John 68-67—135
Jim Gallagher Jr. / Kolton Cooper 67-68—135
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The Following Teams Missed The Cut

Jay Don Blake / Samantha Martin 65-70—135
Robin Freeman / Aaron Burnett 66-69—135
Mark McNulty / Anthony Quezada 71-64—135
Ted Schulz / Nichole Cruz 68-67—135
Rod Spittle / Gregory Steinhelper 69-66—135
Keith Clearwater / Drew Robbins 66-70—136
John Morse / Patrick Schultz 68-68—136
Larry Nelson / Tommy Swearingen, III 70-66—136
Jerry Pate / Sara Scarlett 69-67—136
Mark Wiebe / Kathleen Rojas 70-66—136
Andy Bean / Rocky Hirsch 70-67—137
Chip Beck / Tony Liu 69-68—137
Hale Irwin / Timothy Briones 69-68—137
Mark O'Meara / Jack Holmgren 71-66—137
Steve Pate / Kyle Contreras 69-68—137
Mike Reid / Trevor Bernier 66-71—137
Robert Thompson / Kuriko Tsukiyama 67-70—137
Bruce Fleisher / Chase Johnson 67-71—138
Tom Pernice Jr. / Nadia Majidi 68-70—138
Don Pooley / Tim Bringard 71-67—138 ************
Tom Purtzer / Megan Conder 71-67—138
Lee Rinker / Elisa Trent 70-68—138
Scott Simpson / Jorgeo Catolico 68-70—138
Bobby Wadkins / Jason Park 68-70—138
Roger Chapman / Benjamin Hargrave 69-70—139
Mike Goodes / Adam Zakaria 70-69—139
Gary Hallberg / Lindsay Davis 69-70—139
Morris Hatalsky / Tess Jones 66-73—139
Mike Hulbert / Joshua Elrod 70-69—139
Jim Rutledge / Kendall Dunn 69-70—139
Joey Sindelar / Cory Cullen 71-68—139
John Cook / Andrew Demofonte 69-71—140
Keith Fergus / Lakareber Abe 73-67—140
John Harris / Kelly Allen 69-71—140
J. L. Lewis / Gavin Parker 69-71—140
David Peoples / Lyle Rudnicki 69-71—140
Tim Simpson / Markie McCann 74-66—140
Tommy Armour III / Kyle Morris 72-69—141
Ronnie Black / Felicia Sauceda 71-70—141
Bill Glasson / Abraham Bell 68-73—141
Tom Jenkins / Kade Keith 70-71—141
Tom Kite / Allie Agrella 71-70—141
James Mason / Michael Wilson 71-70—141
Hal Sutton / Ryan Alford 70-71—141
John Jacobs / Julian Glasser 72-70—142
Barry Jaeckel / Corrine Ow 70-72—142
Steve Jones / Sarah Thomas 71-71—142
Blaine McCallister / Kalmina Wu 69-73—142
Peter Jacobsen / Stephanie Carlozzi 68-75—143
Peter Senior / Alanna Loyd 70-73—143
Greg Bruckner / Blake Billups 71-73—144
Mark Johnson / Tyler McCaine 70-74—144
Wayne Levi / Esther Rojas 72-72—144
Craig Stadler / Haley Chinn 72-72—144
Fuzzy Zoeller / Elizabeth Bauernfeind 73-72—145
Dave Eichelberger / Margaret Min 75-71—146

The following information is courtesy article from First Tee:

The First Tee (www.thefirsttee.org) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit youth development organization whose mission is to impact the lives of young people by providing educational programs that build character, instill life-enhancing values and promote healthy choices through the game of golf. With its home office at World Golf Village in St. Augustine, Fla., The First Tee reaches young people on golf courses, in schools and on military installations.

Since its inception in 1997, The First Tee has introduced the game of golf and its values to more than 4.7 million participants in all 50 United States and six international locations. The First Tee is an initiative of the World Golf Foundation and its Founding Partners are LPGA, the Masters Tournament, PGA of America, PGA TOUR and the USGA. Former President George W. Bush serves as honorary chair. He succeeds his father, Former President George H.W. Bush, who served as honorary chair from 1997-2010 and now serves as honorary chair emeritus.

As Founding Corporate Partner of The First Tee, Shell Oil Company has provided resources and leadership to support the development of this youth service organization. Shell’s involvement and support of The First Tee’s mission has led the way for other individuals, corporations and organizations to provide ongoing financial support to The First Tee and its chapters

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