Rolex Girls Junior Championship
 Long Cove Club  • Hilton Head, S.C.
 June 14 - 17, 2010

Cindy Feng Claims Rolex Title
Cindy Feng began the day two strokes behind, but showed her ability in the clutch with a final-round 68.
Up Close With the Dolphins
Players and families were treated to dolphin cruises off the coast of Hilton Head, courtesy of Long Cove Club members, who treated them to up-close dolphin encounters.
Jutanugarn Surges into Second-Round Lead
Ariya Jutanugarn posted another 3-under-par round and carries a two-shot lead into the final round of play at Long Cove Club.
Three Tied After Round One
Cindy Feng, Manuela Carbajo Re, and Ariya Jutanugarn (pictured left to right) are knotted atop the leaderboard at 3-under-par 68 after the first round.
2009 Champion: Kimberly Kim
Playing in her final AJGA event, Kimberly Kim of Pahoa, Hawaii, won the 2009 Rolex Girls Junior Championship by carding a 2-over-par 218 at Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club.
Looking for a Crown at Long Cove Club
Seventy-eight female junior golfers will travel to Hilton Head, S.C., trying to capture one of the most coveted titles in junior golf.
  • Cindy Feng Claims Rolex Title
  • Up Close With the Dolphins
  • Jutanugarn Surges into Second-Round Lead
  • Three Tied After Round One
  • 2009 Champion: Kimberly Kim
  • Looking for a Crown at Long Cove Club
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Round 1
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Round 3
Round 3: Pairings   Results    
Round 2: Pairings   Results    
Round 1: Pairings   Results            
News:  The Island Packet: Thai Golfer Charges Into Lead
Blog:  Blogging on Announcers and the Jutanugarn Sisters
Scoring:  Follow along with FootJoy Live Scoring
News:  The Island Packet: Hot Start to AJGA Event
News:  The Island Packet: Rolex Girls Journey to Long Cove
News:  Golfweek Previews the Rolex Girls Junior
News:  Long Cove Club to Host 2010 Rolex Girls Junior Championship
Release:  Nationís Top Female Junior Golfers Coming to Hilton Head
Release:  Rolex Girls Junior Championship Set for June 14-17
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Classification: Invitational
Division:  Girls, ages 12-18
Field Size: 78
Format:  54 Holes, Stroke Play
Event Director: Julie Kickbusch
Tournament fee: $315

Tournament Application Deadline:
Tuesday, May 04, 2010 - 5 p.m. ET

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