Weekend wrap-up (January 27)

The season-opening Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic marked the second LPGA Tour victory for 20-year-old Jessica Korda, who birdied the final hole to beat Stacy Lewis by one stroke. Korda closed with a 7-under-par 66 for a tournament-total 19-under-par 273.

As an AJGA junior, Korda totaled 11 top-10 finishes, including a victory at the 2008 McDonald's Betsy Rawls Girls Championship. The three-time first-team Rolex Junior All-American posted a 2-0-1 record for the victorious U.S. PING Junior Solheim Cup Team in 2009.

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Fresh off setting a tournament record of 29-under-par 331 at LPGA Q-School, Jaye Marie Green opened the season in the Bahamas, posting 71-77 in the opening rounds. Though one stroke shy of the cut, Green captured the attention of both the media and fans. Learn more about Green’s journey to the LPGA in this video.

A 2012 graduate, Green’s AJGA career included four wins, three of which came at Invitational – Polo Golf Junior Classic (2010), The PING Invitational (2011) and Rolex Tournament of Champions (2012).

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AJGA alum and tournament host Scott Stallings captured his third PGA TOUR title, emerging from a crowded learderboard to win the Farmers Insurance Open with a final-round 4-under-par 68 and 9-under-par tournament total. Stallings made four birdies over the last eight holes for a one-shot victory.

Stallings will bring an AJGA tournament to his hometown of Oak Ridge, Tenn., for the second annual Under Armour® / Scott Stallings Championship, July 28-31.

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Justin Thomas finished T10 at Torrey Pines, posting his best showing in a professional event. The former Alabama golfer previously competed on TOUR as an amateur, with his highest finish coming at the 2013 Travelers Championship (T30).

Thomas was a two-time Rolex Junior All-American. He recorded back-to-back wins at the Natural Resource Partners Bluegrass Junior in 2008 and 2009. In 2009, he became the third youngest player to make the cut at a PGA TOUR event when he made his TOUR debut at the Wyndham Championship after earning an exemption through his win at the FJ Invitational.

Thomas continued his career at the University of Alabama where he won the Haskins Award, Jack Nicklaus Award and Phil Mickelson Award during his freshman season, and was named the 2012 NCAA Player of the Year. After helping the United States win the 2013 Walker Cup, Thomas turned professional.
 
 
 
 

 
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Weekly Results
St. Francisville Area Foundation Junior at The Bluffs
Boys
Total
1
Jake Carter
141
T
2
Price Butcher
144
T
2
Zach Tracy
144
Girls
Total
1
Pajaree Anannarukarn
150
2
Julia Johnson
151
T
3
Maddie White
153
T
3
Elizabeth Doykan
153
Under Armour® / Jeff Overton Championship hosted by Otter Creek
Boys
Total
1
Tyler Green
140
2
Zach Norris
141
T
3
Nicolas Osterburg
145
T
3
Callahan Elzey
145
T
3
Joe Weiler
145
T
3
Michael Mounce
145
T
3
Ethan Shepherd
145
T
3
Adam Bratton
145
T
3
Cole Bradley
145
T
3
Thomas Longbella
145
T
3
Mason Lenhart
145
T
3
Sean O'Hara
145
T
3
Andy Mayhew
145
T
3
Max Clift
145
Girls
Total
1
Lauren Hartlage
137
2
Madasyn Pettersen
144
3
Erica Shepherd
145
Coca-Cola Junior Championship at Boyne Highlands
Boys
Total
1
Graydon Kent
143
2
Dylan Deogun
144
3
Andrew Walker
145
Girls
Total
1
Sarah Shipley
141
2
Megan Furtney
144
3
Alison Chang
149
Junior All-Star at Ravenwood
Boys
Total
1
Peyton Callens
137
2
Joseph Pagdin
140
3
Grant Drogosch
141
Girls
Total
T
1
Yu Wen Lu
147
T
1
Lindsay May
147
3
Daphne Chao
149
ACDS / Ryan Moore Championship at Oakbrook
Boys
Total
T
1
Chris Mogg
138
T
1
Andrew Chin
138
T
3
Sam Warkentin
141
T
3
James Kim
141
Girls
Total
1
Morgan Goldstein
142
2
Ashley Fitzgibbons
143
3
Bibilani Liu
145
Yani Tseng Invitational presented by the Swinging Skirts
Girls
Total
1
Nelly Korda
206
2
Haley Moore
210
T
3
Andrea Lee
212
T
3
Mariel Galdiano
212
T
3
Angel Yin
212
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