AJGA alumnus Brian Gay won the Bermuda Championship after sinking a birdie on the first playoff hole to earn his first PGA TOUR win since 2013. Gay would birdie No. 18 to cap off a final round of 7-under 64 to get to 15-under-par 269 and join Wyndham Clark in the playoff. This was Gay's fifth PGA TOUR win. In his AJGA career, he played in several events and was a three-time Rolex Junior All-American.
Callum Shinkwin earned his first European Tour win after bringing home the title at the Aphrodite Hills Cyprus Open. Shinkwin eagled No. 18 to get to 20-under 264 and Kalle Samooja would birdie No. 18 to tie Shinkwin and get to a playoff. A two-putt birdie on the first playoff hole earned Shinkwin the victory. He played in one AJGA tournament and finished T67 in the 2010 Junior PLAYERS Championship.
Ana Belac won the Symetra Tour Carolina Golf Classic to get her first professional win. Despite a final round of 2-over 74, she would go on to win by an impressive four strokes over AJGA alumna Allison Emrey. Belac finished at 7-under 281 for the tournament.
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