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The Register's All-County boys golf team. Back row, from left: Tesoro's Padriac Foley, Marina's Patrick Pockels, Huntington Beach's Brett Bennett, Villa Park's Chris Adnams, Woodbridge's Joseph Chun, Marina's Nick Swanson and Woodbridge's Tracy Roberts (coach of the year). Front row, from left: Servite's Matt Wilson, Servite's Brandon Brame, Northwood's Sam Kim, Dana Hills' Clay Feagler (player of the year), Woodbridge's Hide Yoshihara and Sunny Hills' Justin Kim.

2015 Register's All-County boys golf team

STAFF WRITER

The Register’s 2015 All-County boys golf team.

FIRST TEAM

CLAY FEAGLER

Dana Hills, Jr.

The Register’s player of the year. Read about Feagler.

MATT WILSON

Servite, Sr.

He posted a 6-under 136 at Yorba Linda Country Club and cruised to a 12-shot victory in the Trinity League Finals to become the first player to win the tournament twice. He set a school record by finishing under par in seven consecutive matches. He shot a 2-under-par 214 at the Golf Club at Terra Lago in Indio to help the Friars win the prestigious Champions Invitational for the second year in a row. He finished with a 2-under-par 69 at Whispering Lakes Golf Course in Ontario to help Servite win the CIF-SS Western Regional.

PATRICK POCKELS

Marina, Sr.

He fired a 5-under-par 67 at Skylinks Golf Course in Long Beach to win the CIF-SS Southern Individual Regional. He posted a 3-over-par 75 at on the Classic Course at Mile Square Golf Course to help the Vikings win the CIF-SS Southern Team Regional.

SAMUEL KIM

Northwood, Sr.

He shot a 6-under-par 29 on the front nine at Oak Creek Golf Club to lead the Timberwolves to a 1-stroke victory against University. He finished with a 2-under-par 70 at Skylinks Golf Course in Long Beach to tie for fourth at the CIF-SS Southern Team Regional. He carded a 1-over-par 72 at Whispering Lakes Golf Course in Ontario and had a stroke average of 73 in three postseason tournaments. He qualified for the SCGA So Cal Championships after shooting a 77 at Mission Lakes Country Club in Desert Hot Springs in the CIF-SS Individual Championship.

NICK SWANSON

Marina, Sr.

He tied for fourth in the CIF-SS Southern Individual Regional, shooting a 2-under-par 70 at Skylinks Golf Course in Long Beach, and finished third in the CIF-SS Individual Championship after posting a 2-over-par 73 at Mission Lakes Country Club in Desert Hot Springs. He carded a 2-under-par 70 on the Classic Course at Mile Square Golf Course to help the Vikings win the CIF-SS Southern Regional.

JUSTIN KIM

Sunny Hills, Jr.

He led the Lancers at the Estancia Tournament, shooting a 5-under-par 66 at Mesa Verde Country Club, which included six birdies and 11 pars, good for 29 points in the modified Stableford scoring system. He fired a 3-over-par 75 at the CIF-SS Central Individual Regional at Victoria Country Club in Riverside and qualified for the CIF-SS Individual Regional at Mission Lakes Country Club where he potsed a 78 to advance to the SCGA So Cal Championship. He helped the Lancers finish second in the CIF-SS Southern Regional with a 2-under-par 70 on the Classic Course at Mile Square Golf Course.

CHRIS ADNAMS

Villa Park, Sr.

He became the only Orange County player to qualify for the CIF State Championship by shooting a 1-over-par 73 in the SCGA So Cal Championship at Brookside Golf Course in Pasadena. He fired an even-par 72 at Skylinks Golf Course in Long Beach to tie for 10th at the CIF-SS Southern Individual Regional. He won the Crestview League Finals, shooting a 1-under-par 145 at Los Serranos Country Club in Chino. He medaled in 13 of 20 matches and posted a 37.2 nine-hole scoring average. He qualified for the SCGA So Cal Championships by shooting a 77 at Mission Lakes Country Club in Desert Hot Springs to tie for 12th in the CIF-SS Individual Championship.

HIDE YOSHIHARA

Woodbridge, Jr.

He fired a 5-under-par 30 at Oak Creek Golf Club to help the Warriors equal their lowest score in 13 years (5-under-par 170) and beat Northwood by seven shots. It was his second consecutive 30, dropping him to 11-under in those two matches. He finished third in the CIF-SS Southern Individual Regional, carding a 3-under-par 69 at Skylinks Golf Course in Long Beach. He posted an even-par 72 at Talega Golf Club to help the Warriors finish second in the CIF-SS South Coast Team Regional and advance to the SCGA So Cal Championship qualifier. He posted a 73.5 scoring average in four CIF postseason tournaments

JOSEPH CHUN

Woodbridge, So.

He tied for fourth in the CIF-SS Southern Individual Regional by shooting a 2-under-par 70 at Skylinks Golf Course in Long Beach. He led the Warriors with a 2-under-par 70 at Talega Golf Club during the CIF-SS South Coast Team Regional. He posted a 2-over-par 74 at Brookside Golf Course during the SCGA So Cal Championships. He qualified for a Monday qualifier for the Northern Trust Open PGA Tour event in February. He posted an even-par 70 at Oak Creek Golf Club and tied for second in a U.S. Open Local qualifier.

BRETT BENNETT

Huntington Beach, Jr.

He tied for eighth in the CIF-SS Southern Individual Regional, carding a 1-under-par 71 at Skylinks Golf Course in Long Beach. He qualified for the SCGA So Cal Championships when he posted a 77 at Mission Lakes Country Club in Desert Hot Springs. He posted an even-par 72 on the Classic Course at Mile Square Golf Course to lead the Oilers in the CIF-SS Southern Regional. He finished with a score in the 70s in all four of his CIF-SS postseason tournaments.

PADRAIC FOLEY

Tesoro, Jr.

He posted a 1-over-par 73 at Skylinks Golf Course and survived a one-hole playoff during the CIF-SS Southern Individual Regional to earn one of the final qualifying spots to the CIF-SS Individual Championship. He advanced to the SCGA So Cal Championship when he shot a 78 at Mission Lakes Country Club in Desert Hot Springs. He fired a 3-over-par 75 for Tesoro at Talega Golf Club in the CIF-SS South Coast Team Regional. He posted a 38.3 nine-hole scoring average during the regular season.

BRANDON BRAME

Servite, Sr.

He tied for 10th in the CIF-SS Southern Individual Regional by carding an even-par 72 at Skylinks Golf Course in Long Beach. He posted a 1-over-par 72 at Whispering Lakes Golf Course in Ontario to help the Friars win the CIF-SS Western Regional. He finished the CIF postseason tournament season with 74.75 scoring average. He finsihed with a 5-over-par 221 at The Golf Club at Terra Lago to help the Friars win the Champions Invitational in Indio for the second year in a row.

Related:

Boys golfer of the year: Clay Feagler, Dana Hills

Boys golf coach of the year: Tracy Roberts, Woodbridge

All-County boys golf team: Second team

Contact the writer: ddottore@ocregister.com


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