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Champions Report: July 1, 2021

A look at your most recent champions from last weekend's AJGA events.
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Gloria Nip of (Hong Kong) Port St Lucie, Florida, won the KPMG Stacy Lewis Junior All-Star Invitational at Blessings Golf Club in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Nip shot a tournament total of 4-over-par 220 to find herself in a tie with Olivia Duan of Cupertino, California, after 54 holes. Nip and Duan went head-to-head for four playoff holes before Nip captured her first AJGA Invitational win, as well as her first AJGA victory, with a par on the fourth hole. With this victory, Nip has earned an exemption into the Symetra Tour's Murphy USA El Dorado Shootout in El Dorado, Arkansas. The event will take place from September 24-26. Nip now sits at No. 47 in the Rolex AJGA Rankings.

Tip Price - 2021 KPMG Stacy Lewis Junior All-Star Invitaational

In the Boys Division, Tip Price of Greenville, South Carolina, shot a tournament total of even-par 216 to claim his first AJGA tournament victory. Price's second round of 4-under-par 68 was the low round of the tournament. He also had 13 birdies total on the week. Price is now No. 97 in the Rolex AJGA Rankings.

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At the Insperity Invitational / Patrick Reed AJGA Junior Championship, Remington Isaac of Montgomery, Texas, claimed her first AJGA title by 10 strokes in the Girls Division. The Kansas State University commit shot rounds of 73-69-68 for a tournament total of 6-under-par 210. Isaac carded an eagle on No. 12 in the final round, helping her earn low final round honors with a score of 4-under-par 68. She now sits at No. 69 in the Rolex AJGA Rankings.

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Alex Papayoanou of The Woodlands, Texas, won the Boys Division to claim his second AJGA tournament victory. The hometown champion shot rounds of 72-69-71 for a tournament total of 4-under-par 212. Papayoanou also carded four birdies in the final round. He is currently No. 88 in the Rolex AJGA Rankings.

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Elizabeth Rudisill of Charlotte, North Carolina, won the AJGA Junior at Oldfield at Oldfield Golf Club in Okatie, South Carolina. This was Rudisill's first AJGA win. She shot rounds of 70-72-72 for a tournament total of 2-under-par 214. Rudisill carded a birdie or better on hole No. 12 in each round of play.

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Tyler Sabo of Ashland, Ohio, won the Boys Division to claim his first AJGA tournament victory. The Ohio State University verbal commit shot all three rounds under par for a tournament total of 7-under-par 209. Sabo did not bogey a hole on the back nine through the entire tournament and birdied Nos. 11 & 12 in all three rounds. He now sits at No. 144 in the Rolex AJGA Rankings.

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At the Three Little Birds Memorial AJGA Open, Thitaporn Saithip of (Thailand) Bradenton, Florida, won the Girls Division to claim her first AJGA victory. Saithip had 10 birdies on the week and finished with a tournament total of 2-under-par 214. She was the only player to finish under-par for the tournament.

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In the Boys Division, Paulius Malcius of Lemont, Illinois, also claimed his first AJGA tournament victory after shooting a 1-over-par 217. Malcius carded 13 birdies on the week and earned low final round honors with a 2-under-par 70.

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Anna Swan of North East, Pennsylvania, won the Mahoning Valley Hospital Foundation Junior All-Star to claim her second AJGA tournament victory. Swan shot rounds of 70-71-71 for a tournament total of 2-over-par 212. She had three birdies on back nine in the final round to bring her back into the lead on the last day of play.

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John Hiller of New York, New York, won the Boys Division for his first career AJGA win. He was the only player in the field to shoot under par in each round with scores of 69-69-69 for a tournament total of 3-under-par 207. He carded four consecutive birdies in the final round on Nos. 9-12. This was Hiller's fifth national junior golf tournament victory.

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At the Killington Junior Golf Championship presented by Junior Golf Hub, Charissa Shang of Calabasas, California, won her third AJGA title after a five-hole playoff. She shot a tournament total of 1-over-par 214. Shang carded nine total birdies on the tournament, including five in the final round. She now sits at No. 128 in the Rolex AJGA Rankings.

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In the Boys Division, Philip Minnehan of Rochester, New York, won with a tournament total score of 2-over-par 215. This was Minnehan's first AJGA tournament victory. He had eight total birdies on the tournament, including two in the final round. Minnehan will play college golf at Towson University in the fall.

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Angela (Yilin) Liu of Irvine, California, won the Fox Sports Junior at Mission Viejo at Mission Viejo Country Club in Mission Viejo, California. Liu shot rounds of 73-73-70 for a tournament total of even-par 216. This was Liu's second career AJGA victory. Her first win came at the 2018 Billy Horschel Junior Championship presented by Zurich. Liu made a total of eight birdies on the tournament and earned low final round honors with a score of 2-under-par 70.

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Kai Hirayama of Arcadia, California, won the Boys Division with a tournament total of 1-under-par 215 to claim his first AJGA title. This was Hirayama's first career AJGA event. He made 10 birdies and one eagle over the three rounds of play. Hirayama was the only golfer to finish the tournament under par.

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Mia Melendez of Ann Arbor, Michigan, earned medalist honors in the Girls Division at the Mahoning Valley Hospital Foundation Preview. In her first AJGA tournament appearance, Melendez shot a tournament total of 2-over-par 142. She was bogey free in the final round and also had two birdies, helping her also earn the low final round award.

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Peyton Savageau of Oak Grove, Minnesota, earned medalist honors in the Boys Division with a tournament total of 3-over-par 143. This was also Savageau's first AJGA tournament appearance. He had three birdies in the final round.