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AJGA Junior Championship benefiting Make-A-Wish Foundation
Tournament Qualifier Schedule of Events Field Tee Times Leaderboard
AJGA Junior Championship benefiting Make-A-Wish Foundation

The AJGA Junior Championship is headed to Stoneybrook

Stoneybrook to host its first AJGA event
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The 2020 AJGA Junior Championship benefiting Make-a-Wish foundation will take place over 36-holes of stroke play. 78 players will have the opportunity to take home the crown while supporting a great cause on this challenging and tropical par-72 course.

About the Field

  • 12 AJGA Champions
  • 13 college commitments
  • 12 countries represented

Players to watch

Kiko Francisco Coelho
Coelho currently has eight top-5 finishes and is No. 21 in the Rolex AJGA Rankings, making him the highest-ranked junior in attendance. The 2021 graduate will be looking for his first AJGA title at this event.

John Daly II
Daly has five top-10 finishes in his career and is ranked No. 57 in the Rolex AJGA Rankings. His best performance came from his outing at the 2020 Justin Thomas Junior Championship where he posted a tournament total of 69-71-70-–210 and finished fifth.

Madison Hewlett
Hewlett is looking for her second AJGA win, with her last coming at the AJGA Junior at Victoria Hills in 2019. Hewlett finished top-5 in four of her last seven events and is No. 46 in the Rolex AJGA Rankings.

Amanda Sambach
Sambach has six AJGA titles under her belt and is pursuing her seventh. She is a 2019 First Team Rolex Junior All-American and is looking to make her resurgence in 2020. The University of Virginia commit is ranked No. 63 in the Rolex AJGA Rankings.

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