Feb. 10, 2014

Weekend wrap-up (February 10)

Cheyenne Woods won the Australia Ladies Masters for her first major professional victory. She closed with a 4-under-par 69 to finish the tournament at 16-under-par 276.

During her AJGA career, Woods recorded nine top-15 finishes, including a victory at the 2005 Nike Golf Junior at Jacksonville and a runner-up finish at the 2007 Natural Resource Partners Bluegrass Junior. She continued her career at Wake Forest, where she was an All-American before turning professional in 2012.


Jimmy Walker carded a final-round 2-over-par 74 to win the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am by one stroke over Dustin Johnson and Jim Renner. Walker finished at 11-under-par 277 for his third PGA TOUR victory.

Before his college career at Baylor University, Walker recorded four top-15 finishes as a junior. His standout AJGA season came in 1996 where he followed a runner-up appearance at the Tom Kite Chrysler Junior Classic with his lone victory at the Genesis Shootout presented by the Valero Texas Open.


Clemson freshman Ashlan Ramsey was named a co-winner of the Georgia State Golf Association’s Tommy Barnes Award. Ramsey received the honor as both the GSGA’s Women’s and Girl’s Player of the Year, after a season highlighted by victories at the Georgia Women’s Match Play Championship and the Georgia Women’s Amateur Championship.

A three-time Rolex Junior All-American, Ramsey’s junior career included 19 top-five finishes in national junior competition, including two AJGA victories. She closed her career with a runner-up finish at the 2013 Thunderbird International Junior and was a member of the victorious United States squad at the 2013 PING Junior Solheim Cup.

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