AJGA Record Book

AJGA Boys Record Book

Most Career Individual Wins

12, Phil Mickelson (1985-89)
8, Bob May (1982-87)
8, Tiger Woods (1991-92)
8, Charles Howell (1992-96)
8, Sihwan Kim (2003-2007)
7, Nick Clinard (1987-89)
7, Ben Garner (1990-91)
7, Sal Spallone (1992-95)<h3>
6, Joel Kribel (1993-95)
6, Leif Olson (1994-97)
6, Peter Uihlein (2004-07)
6, Arnond Vongvanij (2003-07)<h3>
5, Akshay Bhatia (2016-18)
5, Matt Gilchrest (2011-13)
5, Noah Goodwin (2014-17)
5, Shun Yat Hak (2009-12)
5, Jace Long (2003-08)
5, Jordan Spieth (2007-11)
5, Karl Vilips (2015-18)
5, Norman Xiong (2014-16)
#(includes all wins in 13-14 and 12-18 age divisions)

Most Individual Wins In One Season

5, Seung Su Han (2002)
4, Phil Mickelson (1987)
4, Phil Mickelson (1988)
4, Tiger Woods (1991)
4, Tiger Woods (1992)
4, Sal Spallone (1992)
4, Donnie Trosper (2014)
3, Scott Frisch (1986)
3, David Duval (1989)
3, Ty Cox (1993)
3, Michael Henderson (1993)
3, Philip Francis (2006)
3, Cory Whitsett (2006)
3, Cameron Peck (2008)
3, Matt Gilchrest (2012)
3, Jacob Solomon (2012)

Most Years With At Least One Individual Win

6, Bob May (1982-87)
5, Phil Mickelson (1985-89)
4, Nicky Goetze (1984-85, 87-88)
4, Justin Roof (1989, 91-93)
4, Charles Howell (1992-93, 95-96)
4, Peter Uihlein (2004-07)
4, AJ McInerney (2007-09, 2011)
4, Jordan Spieth (2007-08, 2010-11)
4, Noah Goodwin (2014-17)
4, Karl Vilips (2015-18)

Most Consecutive Years With At Least One Win

6, Bob May (1982-87)
5, Phil Mickelson (1985-89)
4, Peter Uihlein (2004-07)
4, Noah Goodwin (2014-17)
4, Karl Vilips (2015-18)
3, Tracy Phillips (1978-80)
3, Justin Leonard (1986-88)
3, Jason Buha (1991-93)
3, Justin Roof (1991-93)
3, Joel Kribel (1993-95)
3, Ken Lewis (1995-97)#
3, Leif Olson (1995-97)#
3, Kevin Schultz (2002-04)
3, Sihwan Kim (2005-07)
3, Jace Long (2006-08)
3, AJ McInerney (2007-09)
3, Akshay Bhatia (2016-18)
# includes Boys 13-14 Division titles in 1995

Most Wins At Same Tournament

3, Bob May (Lake Tahoe Memorial Junior)
3, Phil Mickelson (Rolex Tournament of Champions)
3, Justin Roof (PING Myrtle Beach Junior Classic)
3, Sihwan Kim (ClubCorp Mission Hills Desert Junior)

Most Consecutive Wins At Same Tournament

3, Phil Mickelson (Rolex Tournament of Champions, 1986-88)
3, Sihwan Kim (ClubCorp Mission Hills Desert Junior, 2005-07)

Most Rolex Junior All-America Honors

5, Justin Leonard (1986-90) *
5, Sihwan Kim (2003-07)
5, Andrew Yun (2005-09)
5, Brad Dalke (2011-15)
4, Tracy Phillips (1978-81)
4, Bob May (1984-87)
4, Nicky Goetze (1985-88)
4, Trip Kuehne (1987, 89-91)
4, Brian Bateman (1987, 1989-91)
4, Tiger Woods (1990-93)
4, Ryuji Imada (1992-95)
4, Charles Howell (1993-96)
4, Jeremy Anderson (1993-96)
4, Boyd Summerhays (1994-97)
4, Jason Allred (1995-98)
4, Ken Lewis (1997-2000)
4, James Vargas (1999-2002)
4, Anthony Kim (2000-03)
4, Webb Simpson (2001-04)
4, Randy Lowry (2001-04)
4, James Lee (2002-05)
4, Peter Uihlein (2004-07)
* includes Boys 11-14 Division

Most ACDS Junior All-Star Team Honors

4, Philip Barbaree (2011-14)
2, Mu Hu (2003-04)
2, AJ McInerney (2007-08)
2, Braden Thornberry (2012-13)
2, Canon Claycomb (2015-16)
2, Nicklas Staub (2016-17)

First International Boy To Win A Tournament

Stuart Derby, Harare, Zimbabwe (1990 PING Myrtle Beach Junior Classic)

Lowest 18-hole Round

61 (-11) Colin Kober (2013 Junior All-Star at Gray Plantation)
61 (-10) Reese Ramsey (2015 AJGA Hale Irwin Colorado Junior presented by MusclePharm)
62 (-10) Wes Artac (2013 Genesis Shootout presented by the Valero Texas Open)
62 (-10) Matt Gilchrest (2012 Goodman Networks Junior at Timarron)
62 (-10) Zachery Sobel (2008 IJGA Junior Open)
62 (-10) Jeffrey Weisheit (2007 Randy Smith Classic presented by the Lubbock Sports Authority)
62 (-10) Stewart Whitt (2002 Burgett H. Mooney, Jr. Rome Classic presented by State Mutual Insurance Company)
61 (-9) Jansen Smith (2017 Folds of Honor Junior Championship hosted by Bob Estes)
61 (-9) Chenxiao Duan (2010 Trader Joe's Junior Championship hosted by Pat Hurst)
61 (-9) James White (2007 Evitt Foundation RTC Junior All-Star)
62 (-9) Maxwell Moldovan (2018 AJGA Junior at Forest Lake presented by Tom Holzer Ford)
62 (-9) Mason Carmel (2011 AJGA Stonehenge Junior Open)
62 (-9) Conner Pratt (2009 AJGA Southeast Junior Open)
62 (-9) Colin Wilcox (2004 Las Vegas Founders Junior Golf Championship)
63 (-9) Gray Albright (2017 Foley Performance Academy @ EaglesDream Junior All-Star)
63 (-9) Aden Ye (2017 Foley Performance Academy @ EaglesDream Junior Championship)
63 (-9) Jack Herceg (2017 AJGA Junior at Purgatory)
63 (-9) Noah Goodwin (2016 The PING Invitational)
63 (-9) Andrew Kim (2007 Junior All-Star at PGA National)
63 (-9) Louis Amira (2005 Nike Golf Junior at Las Cruces)
63 (-9) Matt Savage (2003 AJGA Junior at Diablo Grande)
63 (-9) James Vargas (2001 Polo Golf Junior Classic)
63 (-9) Christo Greyling (2000 Shell World Golf Village Junior Championshiip)
63 (-9) Rob Beasley (1999 Ashworth Carolina Junior Classic)

Lowest 54-hole Tournament Total

191 (-19) Jansen Smith (2017 Folds of Honor Junior Championship hosted by Bob Estes)
194 (-19) Jeremy Frye (2002 Aaron's / Bob Estes Abilene Junior)
198 (-18) Aden Ye (2017 Foley Performance Academy @ EaglesDream Junior Championship)
198 (-18) Davis Shore (2015 Toyota Music City Junior)
198 (-18) James Lee (2005 Family Toyota/Family Honda Junior presented by The First American Corporation)
196 (-17) Jeff Bell (2000 Aaron's / Bob Estes Abilene Junior)
199 (-17) George Cunningham (2010 AJGA Junior at Centennial)
199 (-17) Conrad Shindler (2006 Smithfield Junior Championship)
199 (-17) Sihwan Kim (2005 ClubCorp Mission Hills Desert Junior)
199 (-17) Andrew Patipaksiri (2004 Nike Golf Junior at Haggin Oaks)
200 (-16) Brian Duncan (2001 PING Myrtle Beach Junior Classic)
195 (-15) Charlie Reiter (PING Phoenix Junior at ASU Karsten)
201 (-15) Zachery Sobel (2008 IJGA Junior Open)
201 (-15) Louis Amira (2005 Nike Golf Junior at Las Cruces)
199 (-14) Payne Denman (2009 Burgett H. Mooney, Jr. Rome Classic presented by State Mutual Insurance Company)
199 (-14) Jeff Gerlich (2002 Aaron's / Bob Estes Abilene Junior)
202 (-14) Bennett Baker (2013 AJGA Junior at Steelwood)
202 (-14) Clay Merchent (2017 AJGA Junior at Purgatory)
200 (-13) Tim McKenney (2005 PING Phoenix Junior)
200 (-13) Ryuji Imada (1994 Northern Telecom Junior Challenge)
200 (-13) Noah Goodwin (2014 Evitt Foundation RTC Junior All-Star)
203 (-13) Noah Goodwin (2015 KPMG Stacy Lewis Junior All-Star Invitational)
198 (-12) Justin Thomas (2009 Natural Resource Partners Bluegrass Junior)
201 (-12) Doug McKeever (1997 AJGA West Texas Junior)
201 (-12) Gregory O'Mahony (2004 Golf Pride / David Leadbetter Junior Classic)
201 (-12) Philip Francis (2006 Winn Grips Heather Farr Classic hosted by Longbow Golf Club)
199 (-11) Ryan Han (2011 Trader Joe's Junior Championship hosted by Pat Hurst)
200 (-10) Cody Gribble (2006 Natural Resource Partners Bluegrass Junior)

Lowest 72-hole Tournament Total

264 (-24) Philip Barbaree (2015 Rolex Tournament of Champions)
267 (-21) Sam Burns (2014 Rolex Tournament of Champions)
268 (-16) Matthew Rosenfield (2001 CB&I Boys Junior Championship)
273 (-15) Martin Flores (2000 CB&I Boys Junior Championship)
272 (-12) Ty Tryon (1999 CB&I Boys Junior Championship)
272 (-12) Phil Mickelson (1987 Rolex Tournament of Champions)
273 (-11) Anthony Kim (2001 CB&I Boys Junior Championship)
270 (-10) Karl Vilips (2018 Wyndham Invitational presented by BB&T
271 (-9) Austin Connelly (2014 AJGA Invitational at Sedgefield)
271 (-9) Cameron Peck (2008 AJGA Invitational at Sedgefield)
272 (-8) Robert Floyd (1994 CB&I Boys Junior Championship)

Boys Division Largest Winning Margin

18 David Oraee over Myles Miller - 2009 Junior All-Star at Aspen (54-hole event)
15 Richard Lee over Tommy Chung Hao Mou - 2004 Nike Golf Junior at Las Cruces (54-hole event)
15 Patrick Martin over Vasili Kartos - 2014 AJGA Huntsville Junior (54-hole event)
14 Philip Barbaree over Norman Xiong - 2015 Rolex Tournament of Champions (72-hole event)
14 Noah Goodwin over Mason Nome - 2015 KPMG Stacy Lewis Junior All-Star Invitational (54-hole event)
13 Jeff Bell over three players - 2000 Aaron's / Bob Estes Abilene Junior (54-hole event)
13 Cory Whitsett over Cameron Peck - 2006 Nike Golf Junior Classic hosted by Zona Norte
12 Charlie Reiter over Yuxin Lin – 2016 PING Phoenix Junior at ASU Karsten (54-hole event)
12 Patrick Rodgers over Cyril Suk - 2009 SAP Junior Open (54-hole event)
12 Connor Smith over Marcus Byrd - 2013 E-Z-GO Vaughn Taylor Championship presented by TaylorMade-adidas Golf (54-hole event)
11 Justin Roof over Chris York - 1992 PING Myrtle Beach (54-hole event)
11 Michael Boyd over D.A. Points - 1994 ClubCorp Junior Championship (54-hole event)
11 Andrew Dresser over two players - 2002 TaylorMade-adidas Golf junior at Bentwood (36-hole event)
11 Gregory O'Mahony over Hayes Brown and Will Shambley - 2004 Golf Pride / David Leadbetter Junior Classic (54-hole event)
10 Joel Kribel over Paul Baack - 1993 Southwestern Junior Classic (54-hole event)
10 Kevin Schultz over Colton Williams - 2003 I.R.I. Golf Group Oakridge Junior (54-hole event)
10 Jace Long over Cody Kent and Josh Reinertson- 2008 John Deere Classic (54-hole event)
9 Phil Mickelson over Taylor Tipton - 1987 Rolex Tournament of Champions (72-hole event)
9 Jeff Fahrenbruch over Michael Boyd - 1994 Oklahoma Junior Classic (54-hole event)
9 John Klauk over Ben Duncan - 1997 Freeport-McDermott Junior Classic (54-hole event)
9 Michael Castleforte over Chris Happ - 1998 Kraft Midwestern Junior (54-hole event)
9 Randy Lowry over Ryan Cochran - 2001 Golfweek Chicago Junior (54-hole event)
9 Alex Zhu over two players - 2018 AJGA Reno / Tahoe Junior at ArrowCreek (54-hole event)

Youngest Boy to Win an AJGA Event

1) Peter Mathison (12 years, 9 months and 20 days, 2009 Junior All-Star at Mission Inn)
2) Varun Chopra (12 years, 11 months and 8 days, at 2012 Junior All-Star at Penn State)
3) Philip Barbaree (13 years and 12 days, at 2011 Junior All-Star at Eagle Ridge)
4) Jace Long (13 years, 2 months and 6 days, at 2003 Nike Golf Junior All-Star Classic at Ames)
5) Mu Hu (13 years, 7 months and 28 days, at 2003 Nike Golf Junior All-Star Classic at Ames)
6) AJ McInerney (13 years, 8 months and 2 days, at 2007 Junior All-Star at Lake Havasu)
7) Brad Dalke (13 years, 9 months and 11 days, at 2011 Thunderbird International Junior)
8) Graham Corbin (13 years, 11 months and 10 days, at 2015 Junior All-Star at Longaberger)
9) Karl Vilips (13 years, 11 months and 20 days at 2015 AJGA Junior at Forest Lake presented by Tom Holzer Ford)
10) Karl Vilips (14 years, 11 days at 2015 AJGA/CJGA Junior Championship)

Most Consecutive Wins in a Season

3 Michael Henderson of Raleigh, N.C., 1993 (Greater Greensboro Junior, Freeport McMoran JC, PING Myrtle Beach Junior)
3 Matt Gilchrest of Southlake, Texas, 2012 (Genesis Shootout presented by Valero Texas Open, Harvey Penick Junior, Goodman Networks Junior at Timarron)
3 Jacob Solomon of Dublin, Calif., 2012 (Junior All-Star at Gainey Ranch, AJGA Junior at Ruby Hill, Stockton Convention and Visitors Bureau Junior All-Star)

Longest Boys Playoff in an AJGA Event

8 holes - Andrew Walker of Battle Creek, Mich., defeated Jacob Cook of Frankfort, Ky., at the
2015 Natural Resource Partners Bluegrass Junior at Bellefonte Country Club
8 holes - Zachary Bauchou of Forest, Va., defeated Chad Cox of Charlotte, N.C., at the 2011 Cleveland HealthCare Foundation Junior in Shelby, N.C.
7 holes - Jesse Mueller of Mesa, Ariz., defeated Brett Tobyne of Lakewood, Calif., at the 1999 Aspen Junior Classic in Aspen, Colo.

AJGA Alumni Who Won an NCAA Individual Championship (Division I)

1982 - Billy Brown (Oklahoma State)
1983 - Jim Carter (Arizona State)
1984 - John Inman (North Carolina)
1986 - Scott Verplank (Oklahoma State)
1987 - Brian Watts (Oklahoma State)
1988 - E.J. Pfister (Oklahoma State)
1989 - Phil Mickelson (Arizona State)
1990 - Phil Mickelson (Arizona State)
1992 - Phil Mickelson (Arizona State)
1993 - Todd Demsey (Arizona State)
1994 - Justin Leonard (Texas)
1996 - Tiger Woods (Stanford)
1997 - Charles Warren (Clemson)
2000 - Charles Howell (Oklahoma State)
2001 - Nick Gilliam (Florida)
2002 - Troy Matteson (Georgia Tech)
2004 - Ryan Moore (UNLV)
2006 - Jonathan Moore (Oklahoma State)
2007 - Jamie Lovemark (Southern California)
2008 - Kevin Chappell (UCLA)
2010 - Scott Langley (Illinois)
2011 - John Peterson (LSU)
2013 - Max Homa (California)
2015 - Cameron Wilson (Stanford)
2015 - Bryson DeChambeau (SMU)
2016 - Aaron Wise (Oregon)
2017 - Braden Thornberry (Ole Miss)