The Junior PLAYERS Championship
 TPC Sawgrass  • Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.
 September 2 - 5, 2010

Johnson drains 20-footer to win Junior PLAYERS by one
Playing the 18th hole with a two-shot lead, Michael Johnson made a clutch up-and-down bogey to post a 4-under-par total and win by one at The Junior PLAYERS Championship. more
Johnson Jumps Back to the Top
Michael Johnson has reclaimed the lead after birdies on Nos. 10-12. Now he must face TPC Sawgrass' daunting closing holes in order to claim his first Invitational title. more
Grillo, Spieth Share Lead at the Turn
Emiliano Grillo (pictured) and Jordan Spieth are tied at 3-under-par with nine holes remaining. Second-round leader Michael Johnson remains one shot back. more
Follow the Final Round of the Junior PLAYERS
Michael Johnson begins the final round with a one-shot lead over Emiliano Grillo and Billy Kennerly. Follow FootJoy Live Scoring to see who comes out on top. more
Johnson Retains One-Shot Lead After 36 Holes
Michael Johnson shot 72 Saturday and maintained his lead at The Junior PLAYERS Championship. His 4-under total is 1 shot better than Emiliano Grillo and Billy Kennerly. more
Rodgers Rebounds
Patrick Rodgers loves playing on Saturdays at TPC Sawgrass. In 2009, a second-round 68 moved him into Sunday's final group. This year, a 67 has moved him into the top 5. more
Time to Make a Move
All 26 groups are on the course, and several players are moving up the leaderboard. Follow FootJoy Live Scoring to see who will take command during the second round. more
Round 1: News and Notes
How many balls found the water on No. 17? Which international invitee shot the lowest first-round score? Read the AJGA Blog to find out! more
Sunshine State Showcase
Thomas Stewart shot an opening-round 69 and is one of three Florida residents in the top five heading into Saturday's second round.
Late Addition Takes Early Lead at Junior PLAYERS
Due to a withdrawal, Michael Johnson joined The Junior PLAYERS Championship field Wednesday night. After a 1st-round 68, he now has a one-shot lead at TPC Sawgrass. more
Stadium Spotlight
The Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass provides the perfect setting for The Junior PLAYERS Championship.
  • Johnson drains 20-footer to win Junior PLAYERS by one
  • Johnson Jumps Back to the Top
  • Grillo, Spieth Share Lead at the Turn
  • Follow the Final Round of the Junior PLAYERS
  • Johnson Retains One-Shot Lead After 36 Holes
  • Rodgers Rebounds
  • Time to Make a Move
  • Round 1: News and Notes
  • Sunshine State Showcase
  • Late Addition Takes Early Lead at Junior PLAYERS
  • Stadium Spotlight
Pace of Play
Daily Averages
Round 1
Round 2
Round 3
Round 3: Pairings   Results    
Round 2: Pairings   Results    
Round 1: Pairings   Results            
Golfweek:  Final-round photo gallery
Golfweek:  Rd 3 - Johnson goes wire to wire at Junior PLAYERS Championship
Golfweek:  Rd 2 - Johnson leads Jr. Players; Spieth moves up
Florida Times-Union:  Rd 2 - Jordan Spieth moves into contention at Junior Players Championship
Golfweek Feature:  Johnson carries brotherís memory on course
Florida Times-Union:  Rd 1 - Bartram Trail's Thomas Stewart is one shot off lead at Junior Players Championship
Golf Channel:  Rd 1 - Johnson leads after first round of Junior Players
Golfweek:  Rd 1 - Johnson leads Junior Players after late entry
Golfweek:  Junior PLAYERS Preview
2009 Results:  Wyatt Wins at TPC Sawgrass
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Event Quick Facts

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Classification: Invitational
Division:  Boys, ages 12-18
Field Size: 78
Format:  54 Holes, Stroke Play
Event Director: Andrew Greenfield
Tournament fee: $315

Tournament Application Deadline:
Tuesday, July 20, 2010 - 5 p.m. ET

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