Rose Zhang of Irvine, California, won the coveted USGA U.S. Women's Amateur after two rounds of stroke play and six matches. Zhang was seeded 16th after stroke play and defeated Anna Morgan, Maria Bohorquez, the 2017 Rolex Junior Player of the Year Rachel Heck, Kaleigh Telfer and Alyaa Abdulghany on her way to the final 36-hole match against reigning champion Gabriela Ruffels. The 2019 Rolex Junior Player of the Year took the match to 38 holes before claiming victory.
Trey Bosco of Austin, Texas, shot 5-under-par 279 to win the 111th Texas Amateur. He led the field by two shots and parred the 18th hole to capture the title by one stroke. The two-time Rolex Junior All-American will play collegiate golf at Baylor University in the fall. He had seven top-10 finishes with the AJGA and was a member of the West team for the 2019 Wyndham Cup.
Lauryn Nguyen of Seattle, Washington, won the WJGA Girls' State Championship after firing a 14-under-par 202 at Manito Golf & Country Club in Spokane, Washington. She claimed the championship by eight strokes after recording 16 birdies and just two bogeys over the three rounds. Nguyen received the 2019 USGA-AJGA President's Leadership Award and is verbally committed to Northwestern University.
Jack O'Donnell of Cohasset, Massachusetts, won the 102nd Massachusetts Junior Amateur Championship after taking the championship match to a sudden-death playoff. He sank a long birdie putt on the first playoff hole to earn the victory. O'Donnell founded and hosted the first ever Mass Cup in 2020 as a part of the AJGA's State Cup Series, raising money for the ACE Grant and The First Tee of Massachusetts. He is due to start his collegiate golf career at Michigan in the fall.