Moore tallies six birdies, eagle to lead

California native sets course record with 6-under-par 66 Second-round pairings • Tournament website

AJGA Alumni in the headlines (June 29)

Vanderbilt All-American Hunter Stewart captured the 54th Northeast Amateur Invitational, while several other AJGA alumni had good weekends at major amateur and professional tournaments.

This week: 600 players to compete in six states

Ravenwood Golf Club is set to host the Junior All-Star at Ravenwood, its fifth AJGA tournament. In all, 600 players will compete in New York, Indiana, Michigan, Louisiana, Washington and California.

Barbaree, O'Sullivan dominate at #RolexTOC

Both Barbaree and O'Sullivan broke the 72-hole tournament record en route to their victories. Barbaree's 24-under-par 264 also broke the overall AJGA 72-hole scoring record. Tournament Website • FJ Live Scoring  Video Playlist  Bend Bulletin news story

Contact USGA for questions about conforming clubs

Prior to AJGA competitions, players are encouraged to contact the USGA with any questions about their clubs conforming to groove and punch mark specifications. USGA: Grooves information • Infographic

Other AJGA Headlines:
The world comes together in Rancho Santa Fe
The Yani Tseng Invitational presented by the Swinging Skirts provides a unique opportunity to players from around the world to connect through the game of golf. ...
Leibold, Berman honored at Rolex Dinner of Champions
Players put their clubs away for a night to celebrate their peers Hannah Berman and Nick Leibold as the 2015 USGA-AJGA Presidents' Leadership Award recipients. ...
The Insider, June 24
With Invitational season now underway, who will add their name to some of the AJGA's most coveted trophies? Plus, meet the 2015 AJGA summer interns and see if you can spot them at your next event. ...
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