The PING Invitational
 Karsten Creek  • Stillwater, Okla.
 October 8 - 11, 2010

Spieth, Park Claim Victories at PING Invitational
Jordan Spieth coasted to an 8-under-par total and a nine-shot win, while Kristen Park used a course record-tying 67 to capture the Girls Division crown. more
Day 3: Spieth the Birdie Machine
After a bogey-free 31 on the front nine, Jordan Spieth showed that he's not letting off the gas. more
Day 3: A Walk in the "Park"
Kristen Park used four front-nine birdies to make the turn at 3-under-par, which has given her a one-shot edge with nine holes to play. more
Day 2: Side by Side, Jutanugarns Close the Gap
By carding matching rounds of 72 on Sunday, Moriya (left) and Ariya (right) are in second and third, respectively, heading into the final round. more
Day 2: Spieth Takes Command, Builds Seven-Shot Lead
Jordan Spieth carded five straight birdies in his second-round 69, which helped him build a seven-shot lead at The PING Invitational. more
Hunter Mahan Visits Karsten Creek
Hunter Mahan spent some time with the AJGA Saturday at The PING Invitational. check out the Facebook photo gallery. more
Day 1: Schniederjans Leads Boys
Oliver Schniederjans shot a 4-under-par 68 to lead the Boys Division by one shot over Jordan Spieth at Karsten Creek. more
Day 1: Kyung Kim Fires Course Record
Kyung Kim produced eight birdies to take a three-stroke lead in the Girls Division while breaking Esther Choe's women's course record. more
2009 Champions
Emiliano Grillo (pictured left) and Rachel Morris (pictured right) took top honors at The PING Invitational last year.
Cowboy Showdown at Sundown
Karsten Creek Golf Club will once again host the PING Invitational over Columbus Day weekend.
  • Spieth, Park Claim Victories at PING Invitational
  • Day 3: Spieth the Birdie Machine
  • Day 3: A Walk in the
  • Day 2: Side by Side, Jutanugarns Close the Gap
  • Day 2: Spieth Takes Command, Builds Seven-Shot Lead
  • Hunter Mahan Visits Karsten Creek
  • Day 1: Schniederjans Leads Boys
  • Day 1: Kyung Kim Fires Course Record
  • 2009 Champions
  • Cowboy Showdown at Sundown
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Round 3: Pairings   Results    
Round 2: Pairings   Results    
Round 1: Pairings   Results            
Golfweek:  Spieth, Park soar to AJGA Ping Invite titles
Stillwater NewsPress:  Birdie barrage lifts Spieth in PING Invitational at Karsten Creek
Golfweek:  Spieth, Kim out front at PING
Live Scoring:  FootJoy Live Scoring
Stillwater NewsPress:  Last Year's Runner-up Leads PING Invitational
Golfweek:  Schniederjans, Kim start fast at PING Invite
Golf Channel:  PING Invitational Preview
2009 Results:  Morris and Grillo Win The PING Invitational
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Classification: Invitational
Division:  Boys and Girls, ages 12-18
Field Size: 72
Format:  54 Holes, Stroke Play
Event Director: Tommy Tang
Tournament fee: $315

Tournament Application Deadline:
Tuesday, August 24, 2010 - 5 p.m. ET

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