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Heidelbaugh takes first AJGA champion title

Fox wins in wire-to-wire fashion <br/>
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Boys Division champion: Michael Heidelbaugh of Dallas (12-over-par 204)

  • First AJGA champion title
  • Verbal commit to Texas A&M University
  • 2018 AJGA Scholastic Honor Roll member
  • “The key today for me was just trying to minimize my mistakes. That was a big thing, trying to go bogey free and just thinking that I do not need to try to protect the lead or anything, just try to play the best golf that I can play.”

Girls Division champion: Macy Fox of Austin, Texas (1-under-par 215)

  • Fourth AJGA win, two already in 2019
  • Verbal commit to University of Texas at Austin
  • T-80 in Rolex AJGA Rankings
  • 2017 Rolex Junior All-American
  • “Winning another AJGA is my next goal. I have one next week [Coca-Cola Junior Championship at Boyne Highlands] that I am pretty confident about and this gives me the confidence moving into next week.”

Top local Boys Division finisher: Champion Michael Heidelbaugh of Dallas (12-under-par 204)

Top local Girls Division finisher: Meagan Winans of Richardson, Texas (2-over-par 218)

  • Finished solo third matching her finish at the 2018 Under Armour ® / Jordan Spieth Championship
  • Verbal commit to the University of Oklahoma
  • Currently T182 in the Rolex AJGA Rankings