2018 Drive, Chip & Putt Championship Qualifiers: Boys 12-13
PJ Maybank III
NAME: PJ Maybank III
CITY: Cheboygan, Michigan
ABOUT PJ: He finished sixth in the Boys 7-9 age division in the 2015 National Finals.
WOULD SERVE AT CHAMPIONS DINNER: Pizza, shrimp, lobster, scallops and calamari
NAME: Andrew Ramos
ABOUT ANDREW: He broke his left leg while snowboarding last year but returned to competitive golf less than three months later with a round of 76 to win a tournament.
WOULD SERVE AT CHAMPIONS DINNER: Tacos and ice cream cake
NAME: Conrad Chisman
CITY: Stanwood, Wash.
ABOUT CONRAD: Favorite music group is Guns N’ Roses and his favorite song is “Welcome to the Jungle.”
WOULD SERVE AT CHAMPIONS DINNER: “I would let my mom cook something because just about everything she makes is delicious”
NAME: David Wu
CITY: Winter Garden, Fla.
ABOUT DAVID: Moved to the United States from China with his family in 2016 and says that his biggest challenges are learning the English language and adapting to the golf courses here.
WOULD SERVE AT CHAMPIONS DINNER: “The best steak in the world”
NAME: Andrew Lim
CITY: Naperville, Ill.
ABOUT ANDREW: He said he wants to be an engineer when he grows up and that his red-green color-blindness would keep him from his preferred choice of being a pilot.
WOULD SERVE AT CHAMPIONS DINNER: Cheesy mashed potatoes, chicken and wild rice soup, biscuits and gravy, hash browns, sushi and “my mom’s warm chocolate chip cookies”
NAME: Lance Hollingshead
CITY: Basking Ridge, N.J.
ABOUT LANCE: He plays at Trump National Golf Club Bedminster and has met President Trump on numerous occasions and is friendly with the president’s young son Barron
WOULD SERVE AT CHAMPIONS DINNER: Macaroni and cheese
NAME: Treed Huang
CITY: Katy, Texas
ABOUT TREED: He was the Boys 7-9 champion in the inaugural National Finals in 2014 and finished tied for fourth in the Boys 12-13 age division in last year’s National Finals.
WOULD SERVE AT CHAMPIONS DINNER: Steak
NAME: Logan Gonzalez
CITY: Thousand Oaks, Calif.
ABOUT LOGAN: He acknowledges that it has been a difficult decision for him to decide to take a break from playing soccer in order to focus solely on golf.
WOULD SERVE AT CHAMPIONS DINNER: Steak, mashed potatoes and broccoli
NAME: JD Dintino
CITY: Kansas City, Mo.
ABOUT JD: “My mom got me started when I was 3,” he said. “She signed me up for golf camp when I was 4. She died when I was 5, so I’ve been playing for her ever since.”
WOULD SERVE AT CHAMPIONS DINNER: Crab cakes and filet mignon
NAME: Holland Giles
CITY: Pinehurst, N.C.
ABOUT HOLLAND: He always eats Cocoa Puffs cereal before he competes and, outside of golf, he enjoys playing basketball.
WOULD SERVE AT CHAMPIONS DINNER: Sushi and Arnold Palmers