Aaron Du of (China) Sanford, Florida, earned a Florida Junior Tour tournament title at the FJT at Timacuan Golf & Country Club. In the first round, Du holed six birdies to finish the round tied for second place. In the final round, Du got off to a shaky start, but the University of California, Berkley commit rebounded quickly to hole three back-nine birdies to finish at even-par 72 and win the tournament title by one stroke. Du, an AJGA member since 2016, has five top-10 finishes in his career, including a tournament title at the 2018 AJGA Junior at Superstition. The 2017 AJGA Junior All-Star Team member was also named to the 2018 Transamerica Scholastic Honor Roll.
Reeya Vasishta of Mountain View, California, grabbed her second Future Collegians World Tour tournament title at the FCWT Junior Golf Open @ Teal Bend (CA). Vasishta got off to a fast start in the tournament, as she posted a first-round 2-over-par 74 in tough conditions to take a nine-stroke lead. In the final round, the Californian’s dominance continued, as she went on to win the tournament by 13 strokes. In AJGA competition in 2018, Vasishta has finished inside the top-15 in three events, including a career-best second place finish at the AJGA Junior All-Star at Butte Creek.
Clay Seeber of Newport Beach, California, went wire-to-wire to bring home his first Toyota Tour Cup title of 2018 at the Toyota Tour Cup Championship @ Sandpiper. Seeber got off to a hot start in the opening round, as he birdied two of his first five holes. Despite two bogeys on Nos. 11 and 13, Seeber bounced back with a birdie on No. 18 to finish the day atop the leaderboard at even-par 72. In the final round, the Californian got off to a slow start with two front-nine bogeys before rebounding with two back-nine birdies to take a two-stroke victory at 1-under-par 143. In AJGA competition, the 2016 Rolex Junior All-American has seven top-10 finishes and two tournament titles at the 2014 Stockton Convention & Visitors Bureau Junior All-Star and the 2016 AJGA Junior All-Star Invitational sponsored by NIKEGOLF. Seeber also posted a 2-2-0 record as a member of the 2017 Wyndham Cup West Team.
Julie Ju of (Canada) Chandler, Arizona, went wire-to-wire to earn her first-career AJGA tournament title at the 2018 evian® International & Senior Showcase hosted by Danielle Kang (Senior Girls). Ju started the opening round at a torrid pace, as she holed five birdies on her first nine holes. The Canadian added another birdie on the back nine to finish the round at 5-under-par 67. In the final round, Ju's dominance continued, as she holed two-consecutive birdies to open the round. From there, the high school senior continued to cruise to a seven-stroke victory at 6-under-par 138. In her AJGA career, Ju has posted three top-10 finishes with her previous career-best being T5 at the 2018 AJGA Junior at Big Sky.