Lily May Humphreys of Stoke-by-Nayland, United Kingdom, won the Irish Women’s Open Stroke Play Championship by six strokes after shooting a 10-under-par 212 for the tournament. She opened strong with a 7-under-par 67 to take the lead after the first round. Following her first round with a 2-under-par 72 in the second round and just a 1-under-par 73 in the final round, the 17-year-olds impressive performance placed her at the lead. This would be Humphreys second win in a row following the previous weekend at the Welsh Ladies Open Stroke Play Tournament with a finish of 10-under-par as well. Humphreys has played in three AJGA events with her best finish coming at the 2018 Thunderbird International Junior where she finished T15.
Ethan Chung of Murrieta, California, won the Toyota Tour Cup Invitational at Bear Creek by two strokes after shooting a 4-under-par 140 for the tournament. Chung opened the tournament with a 1-under-par 71 placing him behind at T4 after the first round. But with three birdies in the final round, Chung took the lead with a 3-under-par 69. The University of Southern California verbal commit’s dedicated performance through AJGA events since 2016 has him currently at No. 94 in the Rolex AJGA Rankings. His best finish in a 2019 AJGA event came at the PING Heather Farr Classic where he finished second.
Karen Tsuru of Carlsbad, California, won the Toyota Cup Invitational at Bear Creek by six strokes after shooting 1-over-par 145 for the tournament. Starting the tournament off with a 1-over-par 73, Tsuru took the lead with only a one stroke advantage after the first round. With four birdies on the second round, Tsuru shot three-straight birdies on Nos. 7-9 to finish the final round with an even par and six strokes ahead of the field. The 14-year-old has played in one AJGA event at the 2019 Se Ri Pak Junior Championship where she finished sixth.
Bo Maradik of Nashville, Tennessee, won the Sneds Tour Elite at Bluegrass by three strokes after shooting a 2-under-par 142 for the tournament. Leading the tournament after the first round, Maradik had three-straight birdies on Nos. 12-14, to finish the round with a 2-under-par 70. With two bogeys and two birdies on the final round, Maradik finished with a leading score of even-par 72 placing him in first for the tournament. The 15-year-old has played in four AJGA events with his best finish coming at the 2018 AJGA Preview at Meadowbrook where he finished T13.