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     Polo Golf Junior Classic
 PGA National Resort & Spa  • Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.
 November 20 - 26, 2010

Proveaux, Green Prevail at Polo Golf Junior Classic
Cody Proveaux and Jaye Marie Green earned their first AJGA Invitational crowns Friday and were crowned champions of the 2010 Polo Golf Junior Classic. more
Girls Division down to Chung and Green
Karen Chung and Jaye Marie Green exchange a friendly hug prior to beginning their championship match.
Boys Championship Match Underway
Michael Kim and Cody Proveaux pose with their standard bearer before beginning the championship match.
Crowning Achievement
The championship matches are underway and before noon one boy and one girl will raise the trophy and be able to join the Banners of Champions next year.
Championship Matches Set at Polo Golf Junior Classic
Only four players remain. Michael Kim and Cody Proveaux will vie for the boys' title, while Karen Chung and Jaye Marie Green are the girls’ finalists.
Day 2 Match Play: Chung faces off against Lim in semis
Karen Chung and Tiffany Lim are all square through nine holes of their semifinal match. Tune in to FootJoy Live Scoring to keep up with Thursday's play.
Day 2 Match Play: Garrick ousts 2009 champ Schniederjans
Jonathan Garrick defeated defending champion Oliver Schniederjans in the quarterfinals to advance to the semifinals, where he will go head to head with Michael Kim.
Day 2 Match Play: Kim defeats No. 1 seed Grillo
Michael Kim defeated the No. 1 seed, Emiliano Grillo 4 and 3 in the quarterfinals.
Happy Thanksgiving from PGA National
Quarterfinal matches are underway and with semifinals starting in the afternoon, the day is slated to be full of great matchups and perhaps a surprise or two.
Day 1 Match Play: Paolucci passes two tough tests
Anthony Paolucci had to defeat 11th-ranked Beau Hossler and 5th-ranked Patrick Rodgers in order to secure a spot in Wednesday's quarterfinals.
Day 1 Match Play: Vasilic marches on
Jessica Vasilic won both her matches, 5 and 4, and knocked out top-seeded Moriya Jutanugarn in the second round.
Stroke Play Recap: Grillo Medals for Third Straight Year
Emiliano Grillo earned medalist honors for a third time after a two-day 6-under total in stroke play. He takes on Trey Valentine in Wednesday’s first round of match play.
Stroke Play Recap: Jutanugarn Earns No. 1 Seed
Moriya Jutanugarn posted a 36-hole total of 3-under-par to extend her lead and earn the No. 1 seed in match play at the Polo Golf Junior Classic.
Following in Fowler’s Footsteps
Former Polo Golf Junior Classic participant Rickie Fowler stopped by PGA National Resort & Spa Monday to meet some of the 2010 competitors.
Stroke Play, Day 1: Jutanugarn Takes Lead in Girls Division
Moriya Jutanugarn shot even par, despite a quadruple bogey, to lead the girls by one stroke at the 2010 Polo Golf Junior Classic.
Stroke Play, Day 1: Garrick Leads Boys Division at 4-under-par
Jonathan Garrick carded seven birdies in the first round of stroke play, earning a one-stroke lead in the race to make match play.
A Thanksgiving Weekend Tradition
As the 2010 season comes to a close and the 2011 season launches, 156 juniors travel to Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., Nov. 20-26.
  • Proveaux, Green Prevail at Polo Golf Junior Classic
  • Girls Division down to Chung and Green
  • Boys Championship Match Underway
  • Crowning Achievement
  • Championship Matches Set at Polo Golf Junior Classic
  • Day 2 Match Play: Chung faces off against Lim in semis
  • Day 2 Match Play: Garrick ousts 2009 champ Schniederjans
  • Day 2 Match Play: Kim defeats No. 1 seed Grillo
  • Happy Thanksgiving from PGA National
  • Day 1 Match Play: Paolucci passes two tough tests
  • Day 1 Match Play: Vasilic marches on
  • Stroke Play Recap: Grillo Medals for Third Straight Year
  • Stroke Play Recap: Jutanugarn Earns No. 1 Seed
  • Following in Fowler’s Footsteps
  • Stroke Play, Day 1: Jutanugarn Takes Lead in Girls Division
  • Stroke Play, Day 1: Garrick Leads Boys Division at 4-under-par
  • A Thanksgiving Weekend Tradition
Pace of Play
Daily Averages
4:25
Round 1
(3)
4:19
Round 2
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Headlines
Round 2: Pairings   Results    
Round 1: Pairings   Results            
Recap:  Match Play (Day 3)
Golfweek:  Proveaux, Green nab first AJGA wins at Polo
Recap:  Match Play (Day 2)
Recap:  Match Play (Day 1)
Blog:  106 Holes Later
Blog:  And then there were Four
Blog:  Looking Forward to Match Play: News and Notes
Blog:  Time to Shine
Blog:  Grillo's Triple Play
Blog:  Bear of a Hole-In-One
Live Scoring:  FootJoy Live Scoring
Golfweek:  Grillo, Jutanugarn medal at Polo Junior
Boys Bracket:  Match Play
Girls Bracket:  Match Play
Release:  BMW Official Transportation Provider of AJGA Event
2009 Results:  Schniederjans and Thompson Win Polo Golf Junior Classic
 
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Classification: Invitational
Division:  Boys and Girls, ages 12-18
Field Size: 156
Format:  36 Holes \ 36-Hole Cut, Medal Play, Match Play
Event Director: Julie Kickbusch
Tournament fee: $315


Tournament Application Deadline:
Tuesday, October 19, 2010 - 5 p.m. ET



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Miami, FL
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