Champions Report

See how AJGA champions earned their trophies each week on our schedule.
Ingrid Lindblad playing in her first AJGA event, entered the final round three strokes back of the lead at 1-under-par 143, but a final-round at 1-under-par got her into the playoff where she would go on to win.
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At the AJGA Junior All-Star Invitational at Reynolds Lake Oconee Xin (Cindy) Kou of (China) Windermere, Florida, shot 9-under-par 207 to earn her eighth AJGA tournament title.
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Michaela Morard of Huntsville, Alabama went wire-to-wire to earn her fifth AJGA championship, while breaking Morgan Pressel’s competitive course record, with a first-round 5-under-par 67.
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Tyler Schafer of Long Beach, California, notched his first-career AJGA victory in a playoff. The Long Beach State University commit fired 13 birdies to finish at 6-under-par 207.
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Megan Furtney of South Elgin, Illinois, a Duke verbal commit, won the Girls Division for back-to-back AJGA wins after also winning the 2018 Bass Pro Shops / Payne Stewart Junior Championship.
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Brian Li of (China) Warren, New Jersey, won his first AJGA tournament at 1-over-par 211 at the AJGA Philadelphia Junior. The senior recorded seven birdies during the tournament to win by one stroke.
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Baron Szeto of Moraga, California, had seven birdies and an eagle in the final round en route to his first AJGA victory. The 15-year-old finished at 9-under-par 207.
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Singapore’s Hiroshi Tai, won his first AJGA tournament in the Boys Division at the ACDS Junior Championship presented by Live View Golf.
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Matthew Griggs of Prosper, Texas, shot an 8-under-par 205 to claim the Boys Division title and his first AJGA win. Griggs topped the field by three strokes.
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SiQin Yu of (China) Bradenton, Florida, carded 13 birdies over 54-holes to win her third AJGA tournament at 5-under-par 211.
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