March 26, 2012

Join the Conversation

The American Junior Golf Association’s tournament schedule will be in full swing this week with three tournaments kicking off the spring season. With a lot to look forward to at the AJGA, take a look at some highlights on social media from the past week that you may have missed.

Looking ahead
The spring seasons starts this week with three  tournaments and three new Twitter hashtags. To keep up with all the action, join  the conversation using:
#AJGASavannah
#AJGAPreBrookhaven
#AJGAPreStJames

 

Summar Roachell @SummarRo24: @HunterMahan are you going  to be at your @AJGAGolf tournament in April?

Kay Dalke @COACHWIFEKAY: “@BradDalkeGolf: Going to  rules school to learn the rules of the game of golf! @AJGAGolf @ANNIKA59” Fun day with Brad at USGA Rules  School!

 

Ashley  ODell @AJGAODell: 11 years ago today @ANNIKA59 shot her famous 59. Great role  model for @AJGAGolf juniors on and  off the course. Thanks for all you do Annika!

 

Ann Cain @TFJgolfgirl: Received a nice gift from @AJGAGolf. Framed pic of USA Jr Solheim Cup  team from ireland 2011. http://twitpic.com/8xp1f8

  

A number of AJGA members will compete  Tuesday for a spot in the Kraft Nabisco Championship!

       


           

 

Brad Dalke: Learning about a game I love


 
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Weekly Results
The Junior PLAYERS Championship presented by TaylorMade-adidas Golf
Boys
Total
T
1
Davis Shore
68
T
1
Marc Hammer
68
T
3
Kaiwen Liu
69
T
3
Ryan Grider
69
T
3
Joaquin Niemann
69
PDQ / Philadelphia Runner Junior
Boys
Total
1
Ben Smith
214
T
2
Aman Gupta
216
T
2
Will Dickson
216
Girls
Total
1
Karen Miyamoto
209
2
Brynn Walker
222
3
Madelein Herr
226
Sunriver Junior Open
Boys
Total
1
A.J. Ewart
206
2
Charlie Reiter
208
3
Sen Cao
209
Girls
Total
1
*Sabrina Iqbal
210
2
Angella Then
210
3
Ty Akabane
213
* Won via sudden-death playoff
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