Champions Report

April 27, 2015 - Champs from across the country

Robert Eisch of Tampa, Florida, shot a tournament total of 3-under-par 141 to win the Gary Gilchrist Golf Academy Junior at The Seagate presented by Sportlink. Eisch, a verbal commit to the University of Florida, held onto his first-round lead to win his first AJGA tournament. Tied for the lead with one hole to play, Eisch birdied the par-4 18th and won by one.
In the Girls Division, Alice Jo of Shanghai, China, was named champion after shooting 2-under-par 142 at The Seagate Country Club. Jo, a student at Gary Gilchrist Golf Academy, carded six birdies in her final round to win her second AJGA tournament. 
Graham Corbin of Inman, South Carolina, shot a 2-over-par 146 to win the Junior All-Star at Longaberger. Corbin, 13, birdied No. 18 to join Aaron Chen of Fremont, California, and Grant Smith of Charlotte, North Carolina, in a sudden-death playoff. Corbin went on to par all four playoff holes to hold off his fellow competitors. 
In the Girls Division, Kailie Vongsaga of Walnut, California, won for the second straight week after shooting 8-over-par 152 at Longaberger Golf Club. Vongsaga carded a 2-over-par 74 in the final round to hold onto her first-round lead. The Junior All-Star at Longaberger is Vongsaga's third Junior-All Star win. 
Drew Kiehl of Louisville, Kentucky, and David Perkins of East Peoria, Illinois, each finished at 2-over-par 146 to share medalist honors at the Preseason Junior at Cantigny. Kiehl fired the low score in the final round with a 1-under-par 71. Perkins shot identical 1-over-par 73s in both the first and final rounds.
In the Girls Division, Brooke Babbin of Uniontown, Ohio, finished atop the leaderboard with a tournament total of 12-over-par 156. Babbin carded the low final-round score in the Girls Division with a 3-over-par 75 to win her first AJGA tournament. 
Walker Simas of Charlotte, North Carolina, shot a 6-over-par 150 to earn medalist honors at the Preseason Junior at Worthington Manor presented by Golf Performance Center. Simas carded five birdies in his final round to win his first AJGA tournament. 
Hailey Freedman of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, claimed medalist honors after shooting 18-over-par 162 at Worthington Manor Golf Club. Freedman shot the low final-round score of 6-over-par 78.