Rajvir Bedi of San Jose, California, earned his first Future Collegians World Tour tournament title at the FCWT Junior Golf Classic @ Coyote Creek by shooting a 9-under-par 135 for the tournament. Bedi went wire-to-wire, posting a first-round 4-under-par 68 to take a share of the lead. In the second round, Bedi’s dominance continued, as he improved on his first-round score by firing a 5-under-par 67 to take a six-stroke victory. Since 2013, Bedi has nine top-20 AJGA finishes, including a career-best third place finish at the 2017 Tathata Golf Junior All-Star Championship.
Elizabeth Lu of Los Gatos, California, used a final-round charge to erase a two-stroke deficit and win her first-career Future Collegians World Tour title at the FCWT Junior Golf Classic @ Coyote Creek. In the final round, Lu sank five birdies en route to shooting a 3-under-par 69 in the round. Lu, an AJGA member since 2016, has five top-10 finishes in her career, including a career-best runner-up finish at the 2016 AJGA Junior at Centennial.
Connor Williams of Escondido, California, won his second Southern California PGA Toyota Tour Cup championship of 2018 at the SCPGA TTC Lizette Salas Classic. Williams opened the tournament with a first-round 3-under-par 69. In the round, Williams got off to a hot start, as he birdied three of his first six holes and finished with six birdies to take a two-stroke lead into the final round. Despite starting Sunday’s final round slowly with a double-bogey on No. 2, the Californian was able to regain his form and hold on to force a playoff. In the playoff, Williams sank a putt for par to outlast the competition and win the tournament. In four AJGA events in 2018, Williams has two top-10 finishes at the AJGA Junior All-Star at Rush Creek and the AJGA Junior All-Star at Irish Creek.
Ashley Yun of West Covina, California, earned her first Southern California PGA Toyota Tour Cup championship of 2018 at the SCPGA TTC Lizette Salas Classic. After shooting even-par 72 in the first round, Yun sat two strokes off the lead entering Sunday’s final round. On Sunday, Yun fired a 1-under-par 71 that included five birdies to surge atop the leaderboard and take a one-stroke victory. An AJGA member since 2017, the 13-year-old has one top-5 finish at the 2018 AJGA Junior All-Star at Hunter Ranch where she finished T2.