George Duangmanee of Fairfax, Virginia, won the U.S. College Sports Camp Moskal Golf Academy Junior Invitational by firing a 10-under-par 202. Duangmanee started the tournament by posting a 4-under-par 67 in the opening round. From there, the 2018 Rolex Junior All-American never looked back, as he cruised to a 15-stroke wire-to-wire victory. Duangmanee, a University of Virginia verbal commit, has seven top-10 finishes, including a tournament title at the 2018 Hunter Mahan Junior Championship presented by Baylor Scott & White Sports Performance Center at The Star.
Elisabeth Preus of Auburn, Alabama, took home her second Southeast Junior Golf Tour tournament title Sunday at the Callaway Gardens Junior Classic. After being tied atop the leaderboard after the first round, the Troy University commit fired a final-round 3-under-par 67 to win the tournament by 11 strokes. An AJGA member since 2017, Preus has one tournament title to her name at the 2017 David Toms Foundation Junior All-Star.
Thomas Bockholt of Austin, Texas, won the Legends Junior Tour Texas Cup Invitational after shooting a 2-under-par 140. In Sunday’s final round, Bockholt erased a one-stroke deficit by firing a 2-under-par 69 to force a playoff. On the first playoff hole, Bockholt holed a birdie to take the tournament title. As an AJGA member, Bockholt has six top-10 finishes, including three in 2018. The Rice University commit also earned a career-best T2 finish at the 2018 Billy Horschel Junior Championship presented by Zurich.
Lauren Calderon of La Canada, California, erased a two-stroke deficit in the final round to take her first California Junior Golf Tour championship at the West LA Open. In the final round, Calderon holed four birdies, including two-consecutive ones on Nos. 15 and 16 to win the tournament by two strokes. Calderon finished T19 at the 2018 AJGA Preview at River Ridge (Ages 12-15).