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Vaughn Taylor Championship presented by James Hardie
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Vaughn Taylor Championship presented by James Hardie

Ford and Smith earn victories in North Augusta

David Ford of Peachtree Corners, Georgia, and Erika Smith of Orlando, Florida, both earned their second AJGA victories at the Vaugh Taylor Championship presented by James Hardie.
Erika Smith and David Ford-2019-Vaughn Taylor Championship presented by James Hardie.JPG

Results
Boys Division Champion: David Ford of Peachtree Corners, Georgia (9-under-par 207)
· Second career AJGA victory, first AJGA Open victory
· Shot under-par every round, including a final-round low of 4-under-par 68
· Recorded 13 birdies in three rounds
· “It feels great. My last win was back in August so it gives me good momentum going into a busy June schedule with this win.”
Girls Division Champion: Erika Smith of Orlando, Florida (2-under-par 214)
· Signed National Letter of Intent with University of South Florida
· Second career AJGA victory
· Made first ever hole-in-one on her third to last hole to take the lead
· 2018 Rolex Junior All-American
· Shot 2-under-par 70 in the second round
· “I think I've been off for so long because of an injury, I had surgery, and to come back and finally have a win again meant a lot.”
Top local boy: Luke Dasher of Macon, Georgia (3-over-par 219)
· Finished T7
· Shot even-par 72 in the final round
· Finished T2 at this tournament in 2017
· First AJGA event of 2019
Top local girl: Sara Im of Duluth, Georgia (9-over-par 225)
· Finished T5
· Third top-5 finish of career
· One AJGA win at 2019 TaylorMade Junior All-Star Championship
· Shot even-par 72 in the final round
Tournament information
· The 54-hole stroke-play event featured 78 juniors from 13 states and three countries
· Mount Vintage Golf Club hosted its first AJGA tournament
· The field had 24 Georgia natives and six South Carolina natives.
· This was Vaughn Taylor’s ninth year hosting the event.