Hina Matsui of (Japan) Port St. Lucie, Florida, won the SFPGA – South Florida Junior Open by 16 strokes leaving the 13-18 Girls Division in the dust. With just one bogey in her first round and three birdies, the 16-year-old carded a 2-under-par 69 to position her five strokes ahead of the field after day one. Carding four birdies through her last six holes, Matsui finished with a 3-under-par 68 in her final round to card a tournament total of 5-under-par 208. Matsui has played in three AJGA events since 2018, her best finish coming at the 2018 Daniel Berger Junior Championship where she finished 14th.
Hogan Park of Walnut, California, won the SDJGA (San Diego Junior Golf Association) IMG Academy Junior World Golf Championship carding a tournament total of 12-under-par 204. Park secured his position at the top of the leaderboard after carding seven birdies in a bogey-free first round to finish with a 7-under-par 65. With a birdie on No. 16 of his final round, the 14-year-old finished with a 2-under-par 70 to finish three strokes ahead of the field. Park has played in eight AJGA events since 2017, earning two top-10 finishes, with his best coming at the 2019 AJGA Junior All-Star at Wigwam where he finished T3.
Elise Fennell of Caledonia, Michigan, won the GAM (Golf Association of Michigan) Junior Stroke Play carding a tournament total of with an even-par 142 for the Girls 13-15 Division. After carding four birdies in her first round, the 13-year-old finished even-par 71 to place her in the lead going into her second round. With five birdies in her final round, Fennell mimicked day one with another even-par 71 to finish three strokes ahead of the field. Fennell has played in two AJGA events this year, both of which were top-15 finishes, her best coming at the 2019 AJGA Preview at Meadowbrook where she finished T12.
P.J. Maybank of Cheboygan, Michigan, won the GAM (Golf Association of Michigan) Junior Stroke Play carding a tournament total of 10-under-par 132 for the Boys 13-15 Division. With seven birdies in his first round, including four straight birdies on Nos. 14-17, the 14-year-old finished with a 6-under-par 65 to finish with the lowest round of the tournament as well as give himself a four-stroke lead. Adding six more birdies to his overall score, Maybank carded a 4-under-par 67 in his final round to take the title by five strokes. Maybank has played in 10 AJGA events, earning two top-10 finishes with his best finish coming at the 2019 Mahoning Valley Hospital Foundation Junior All-Star where he finished T6.