Tony Hendricks of Phoenix, Arizona, took home the 2018 JGAA Thunderbird Invitational – Junior Masters title by one stroke over fellow AJGA junior and Phoenix native Davis Evans. Hendricks opened the tournament with a 4-under-par 68 that included six birdies and gave him a share of the lead. The junior followed that up with a final-round, bogey-free 3-under-par 69. He finished the tournament with nine birdies at 7-under-par 137. Hendricks finished T24 at the 2017 Azahara Munoz Championship by Transamerica.
Kelly Su of Scottsdale, Arizona, won the Girls Division at the Thunderbird Invitational – Junior Masters with a tournament-total 5-under-par 139. The 2016 Transamerica Scholastic Honor Roll member gained a share of the lead after carding four birdies in her first-round 2-under-par 70. Su found some trouble early in the final round after carding two bogeys and a birdie for a front-nine 1-over-par 37, but she would rebound in a big way. The Northwestern University verbal commit fired back with four birdies on her bogey-free back-nine 4-under-par 32 to win the Invitational by two strokes. Her best AJGA finish was third at the 2015 PING Phoenix Junior at ASU Karsten.
Supakit Seelanagae of Bangkok, Thailand, won the TrueVisions Singha Junior Golf Championship by two strokes at even-par 144. Seelanagae took the title after carding consecutive rounds of even-par 72. His final round included four birdies. The sophomore finished T14 at the 2017 Enagic Junior Championship.
Yoon Min Han of South Korea, won the Girls Division at the IMG Junior Golf Tour’s Junior World Qualifier at Stone Creek Golf Club. Han held a share of the lead after carding a first-round 1-over-par 73. The sophomore followed that up with an inspired final-round, bogey-free 10-under-par 62. Han opened the final round with five-straight birdies and followed that up with five more to claim the title by seven strokes at a tournament-total 9-under-par 135. She finished T7 at the 2017 AJGA Girls Junior at Disney.