Rolex Tournament of Champions
 Blessings Golf Club  • Johnson, Ark.
 June 28 - July 2, 2010

Paolucci, Park Crowned Champions
Anthony Paolucci and Kristen Park won the 2010 Rolex Tournament of Champions at Blessings Golf Club. more
Rodgers Makes Big Move in Third Round
On a day when most scores were on the rise, Rodgers fired a 3-under-par 69 to surge into the lead with one day to play. more
Tubert, Park Lead Girls at Midpoint
Emily Tubert and Kristen Park lead the girls at 2-over-par 146 through two rounds. more
Look at That! Straka Breaks from Pack with 66
Firing eight birdies and an eagle, Straka proved that it is possible to tame Blessings Golf Club. more
Last Girl In, Sammi Stevens Shines
She got the call Sunday morning, arrived at Blessings Sunday night, practiced Monday, and was one off the lead on Tuesday. more
Woooo Pig Sooie!
No, it's not the Arkansas football team; it's the competitors at the Rolex Tournament of Champions enjoying some football at Razorback Stadium at the first-round cookout.
Wagner Leads Girls after First Round
The youngest player in the field, 13-year-old Samantha Wagner played steady down the stretch to finish with a one-stroke lead. more
Pair of Eagles Lands Straka Atop Boys Division
Sam Straka had never played Blessings Golf Club until today. It didn't matter much, as Sam fired a 3-under-par 69 to lead on day one. more
A Crowning Achievement
The 32nd Rolex Tournament of Champions will gather the world's best juniors in Arkansas.
  • Paolucci, Park Crowned Champions
  • Rodgers Makes Big Move in Third Round
  • Tubert, Park Lead Girls at Midpoint
  • Look at That! Straka Breaks from Pack with 66
  • Last Girl In, Sammi Stevens Shines
  • Woooo Pig Sooie!
  • Wagner Leads Girls after First Round
  • Pair of Eagles Lands Straka Atop Boys Division
  • A Crowning Achievement
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Round 4: Pairings   Results    
Round 3: Pairings   Results    
Round 2: Pairings   Results    
Round 1: Pairings   Results            
News:  Golfweek: Listen to Paolucci, Park Interviews
News:  NWA Online: Weeklong Coverage of Rolex TOC
News:  Golfweek: An Exciting Finish at Rolex TOC
News:  Golfweek: Rodgers rallies at Rolex; Park leads by 2
News:  Golfweek: Straka Fades After 87 in Third Round
News:  KFSM TV: Local Player Zachary Coats Interviewed
Live Scoring:  Follow Along with FootJoy Live Scoring
News:  Golfweek: A Closer Look at Victoria Tanco's Stunning 66
News:  Golfweek: Tubert Sings Her Way to Success
News:  Golfweek: Feng Slowed by Stomach Bug
News:  Golfweek: AJGAs Rolex ToC course punishing players
News:  Golfweek: Underdogs take early lead at Rolex
Blog:  How Difficult is Blessings Golf Club?
News:  MaxPreps: Emily Tubert Wins WAPL; Next Up - Rolex TOC
2009 Results:  Vogel and Tanco Win Rolex Tournament of Champions
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Classification: Invitational
Division:  Boys and Girls, ages 12-18
Field Size: 132
Format:  72 Holes \ 36-Hole Cut, Stroke Play
Event Director: Jeremy Freyman
Tournament fee: $315

Tournament Application Deadline:
Tuesday, May 18, 2010 - 5 p.m. ET

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