Reynolds Lambert of Birmingham, Alabama, dominated at the Scott Stallings Junior Championship presented by Pilot Flying J carding a 15-under-par 201. With 20 birdies and one eagle, Lambert earned his first AJGA victory. Throughout the three-round tournament, the rising senior only bogeyed five times and double-bogeyed once. In 2017, Lambert was named to the Transamerica Scholastic Honor Roll.
Jayna Choi of Collierville, Tennessee, notched her second AJGA victory at the Scott Stallings Junior Championship presented by Pilot Flying J shooting 9-under-par 207. Heading into the back nine of the final round, Choi carded an eagle to seal the victory and win by six strokes. Choi is a Vanderbilt University commit, a 2015 and 2016 Rolex Junior All-American, and was named to the 2016 ACDS Junior All-Star Team.
Hunter Bott of Montgomery, Texas, came out victorious in a sudden-death playoff at the Insperity Invitational / Patrick Reed AJGA Junior Championship. Heading into the sudden-death round, Bott had carded 11 birdies to be at 3-under-par 213. Going head-to-head with Chris Berzina, Bott would outlast Berzina to earn his first AJGA victory. The rising senior is a University of Texas at San Antonio verbal commit.
Nicole Lu of Taipei, Taiwan, earned a victory at the AJGA Junior at Saddlebrook carding a 4-under-par 209 to win by five strokes. On the second hole in the first round, Lu carded an ace to start the tournament with an early lead. Finishing with 12 birdies, the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill commit became a first-time AJGA champion. In 2017, Lu was named to the Transamerica Scholastic Honor Roll.