Luke Potter of Encinitas, California, defeated Preston Summerhays 8 & 6 to win the Maridoe Amateur Championship. He carded rounds of 73-76-73 in stroke play to capture the No. 3 spot in match play. In the championship match, Summerhays and Potter ended the first 18 holes tied and headed for another 18 holes to decide the winner. Potter quickly took the lead and never looked back ending the match by winning the 30th hole. The 16-year-old is committed to Arizona State University and has two AJGA wins in his junior career.
Sydney Yermish of Wynnewood, Pennsylvania, won in the Bell National Division of the Peggy Kirk Bell Girls Golf Tour Tournament of Champions. Her opening round of 2-over 74 left her one stroke off the lead but she came back in the final round with a 1-under 71 to finish at 1-over 145 for the tournament to win by two strokes. Yermish has played in AJGA events since 2018 and has two top-5 finishes.
Tylor Chou of Los Altos, California, won in the Boys Division of the Future Champions National Tour Fall Series Tour Championship. Chou started with a 4-under 68 that included 7 birdies to take a two-stroke lead. A 4-over 76 in the final round left him at even-par for the tournament and got him into a playoff against David Cho. Chou would go on to win the playoff and earn the tournament title. Chou has played in three AJGA events with his best finish coming at the 2019 Explore Lompoc Preview at La Purisima where he finished T8.
Ann Buffolino of Burbank, California, overcame a five-stroke deficit to win in the Girls Division of the Future Champions National Tour Fall Series Tour Championship. Buffolino carded a 3-over 75 in the first round to sit in second place seemingly far off the lead. She finished with a strong even-par 72 to win the tournament by two strokes. Buffolino has played in one AJGA event during her junior career. She finished 20th at the 2019 AJGA Preview at River Ridge (Ages 12-15).