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See all the V-Blogs from the Polo Golf Junior Classic, as well as a guest blog from new AJGA Player Representative Jane Rah.

Vicky Hurst caputred her third consecutive AJGA Invitational title of 2007 at the Polo Golf Junior Classic.

Rolex Junior Player of the Year Vicky Hurst of Melbourne, Fla., capped a dominant junior golf season with a win at the Polo Golf Junior Classic. Hurst defeated Kimberly Kim of Pahoa, Hawaii, 3 and 2.

After surviving an epic semifinal match, Hurst made a birdie on the first hole of the finals to go 1-up. Thanks to a strong, consistent putting performance, Hurst never looked back as she took home her third AJGA Invitational title of 2007. More...

With laser-like approaches in the final match, Bjorn Akesson claimed the championship of the Polo Golf Junior Classic.

Bjorn Akesson of Malmo, Sweden, put the exclamation point on his magnificent run through match play, winning the championship match, 3 and 2, versus Sean Dale of Jacksonville, Fla.

With stellar iron play down the home stretch, Akesson birdied holes 14, 15 and 16 to thwart any notions Dale may have had about coming back from a 1-down deficit. More...

Florida native Sean Dale of Jacksonville has some fans cheering him on as he and Bjorn Akesson compete in the match play finals.

Sean Dale of Jacksonville, Fla., and Bjorn Akesson of Malmo, Sweden, are more than halfway through their final match. Dale has yet to take the lead in the match, but Akesson has never been more than 1-up on his opponent.

In the Girls Division, Vicky Hurst of Melbourne, Fla., went 2-up on Kimberly Kim of Pahoa, Hawaii, after the first nine holes.

The final holes of both these matches promise to be filled with drama and excitement - follow it live with FootJoy LiveScoring!

Vicky Hurst and Stephanie Kono hug after their epic 28-hole semifinal match. Hurst won and faces Kimberly Kim in the finals.

Vicky Hurst of Melbourne, Fla., and Stephanie Kono of Honolulu, needed 10 extra holes to decide their semifinal match. The epic battle concluded Friday morning when Kono bogeyed the 28th hole of the match, giving Hurst the victory. It is now No.1 versus No. 2 playing for the title, as Hurst and Kimberly Kim of Pahoa, Hawaii, hold the top spots in the Polo Golf Rankings.

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GolfweekTV Crowns RPS Champion at Ginn Reunion Resort

A new tradition was born during Saturday's Polo Golf Junior Classic practice round, as GolfweekTV kicked off the RPS (Rock, Paper, Scissors) Championship at Ginn Reunion Resort. See who came away with the awesome prizes at GolfweekTV.

Stroke Play - Day One Archive
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Match Play - Day One Archive
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