Jan. 30, 2012

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With  tweets from our tournament chair Annika Sorenstam at the ANNIKA Invitational,  to updates from the crew at the Puerto Rico Junior Open in early January, it’s hard to keep up with all the action the AJGA has already seen in 2012. From tweets, retweets, posts, tags and mentions over the past weeks, here are the highlights of what the AJGA has been doing in the social media world!


Tournament  Director, Casey  Ceman writes from Puerto Rico about Chi Chi Rodriguez speaking to the 79  boys playing at the Puerto Rico Junior Open. 
King of the Island: http://www.ajga.org/blog/

Fifty-nine photos were shared in the Annika  Clinic Sponsored by Rolex-at Reunion Resort Facebook album.

ANNIKA Sorenstam @ANNIKA59
You’re  welcome. Congrats again “ @Alisonn_Lee:  Thank you so much @ANNIKA59 and  the @AJGAGolf for making #AJGA  ANNIKA such a great experience!”

Janie Jackson @Janie_Jackson
Thanks  to @ANNIK59 for all of her time  she’s dedication towards all of us youngsters at the #AJGAANNIKA this weekend!  Always a fun tourney!

Julie Williams @GolfweekJules
Edward  Figuroa wins #AJGAPuertoRico, earns sponsor exemption into PGA’s Puerto Rcio  Open. Would be cool if Annika winner got LPGA exemption!

Retweet by Sundog Eyewear
AJGA @AJGAGolf Day 2 @PGAGolfShows and @ThePCreamer is signing  autographs at the @sundogeyewear booth! pic.twitter.com/wv62NUYq

@AJGAOlberding’s videos  from #AJGAANNIKA http://vimeo.com/album/1805194


Looking  ahead
Look  forward to February for conversation regarding our #internship process and keep  up with all the action at HP Boys Championship at Carlton Woods by tweeting with  #AJGAHPBoys.

Tweet  your take on Social Media Monday to @AJGAGolf or post on the AJGA Facebook page  and be featured in next week’s Social Media Monday.


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