Maisie Filler of Bloomfield, Connecticut, won the SFPGA – Nicklaus Junior Championship sweeping the field by 10 strokes and carding a tournament total of 3-under-par 141. With five birdies on a bogeyless first round, the 17-year-old claimed her position at the top of the leaderboard after day one, carding the lowest round of the tournament at 5-under-par 67. With a seven-stroke lead going into her final round, Filler birdied Nos. 1 and 2 to lead the field with a strong finish. The University of Florida commit has played in AJGA events since 2014, earning eight top-10 finishes, with her best finish coming at the 2018 Junior Golf Hub Championship presented by John D. Mineck Foundation where she finished second as well as the 2015 Coca-Cola Junior Championship at Sugarloaf where she finished T2.
Kolbe Irei of Honolulu, Hawaii, won the HSJGA King Auto Group 13-18 State Championship carding a tournament total of 8-under-par 136 for the Boys 15-18 Division. With a bogey free first round, the 17-year-old carded four birdies to shoot the lowest round of the tournament at 4-under-par 68. With one bogey and five birdies, Irei mimics his first round to finish two strokes ahead of the field. Irei has played in three career AJGA events.
Alexis Sudjianto of Charlotte, North Carolina, won the CGA 53rd Twin States Junior Girls’ Championship after shooting up the leaderboard with a six-stroke comeback. After carding a 5-over-par 77 in her first round, the 18-year-old headed into her final round tied for sixth. Coming in strong with two straight birdies on Nos. 3 and 4, Sudjianto knocked six strokes off her first round to tie the lowest round of the tournament at 1-under-par 71 to secure the title. The Carnegie Mellon University signee has played in 11 AJGA events, earning three top-10 finishes, and was an AJGA Scholastic Junior All-American in 2018.
Alexander Gibalevich of Studio City, California, won the Toyota Tour Cup at Tustin Ranch carding a tournament total of 5-under-par 139. Gibalevich started the tournament off strong with four birdies and a bogey free back nine to finish tied for first at 3-under-par 69 heading into the final round. To keep his position at the top of the leaderboard, the 16-year-old stayed two strokes under par in his final round to stay one stroke ahead of the field. Gibalevich has played in AJGA events since 2016, earning two top-10 finishes, with his best finish coming at the 2018 AJGA Junior All-Star at Hunter Ranch where he finished solo second.