The American Junior Golf Association is returning to Fleming Island, Florida, to host the Billy Horschel Junior Championship presented by Zurich. The Eagle Harbor Golf Club will boast 54-holes of tournament play for a field of 78 boys and girls (ages 12-19). The tournament will feature a stableford format, which is unique to Horschel's event.
About the Field
- 16 AJGA champions
- Nine countries represented
- 13 states represented
Players to Watch
Frankie Harris of Boca Raton, Florida
Harris is coming off three top-10 finishes in his last five events. In 2018, he earned his first AJGA win at the Killington Junior Championship, and was also named to the AJGA Junior All-Star team. Harris is currently No. 37 in the Rolex AJGA Rankings.
Jonathan Griz of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
Griz is No. 42 in the Rolex AJGA Rankings, has three top-5 finishes in his AJGA career, and is looking for his first AJGA title. His best performance of 2020 was at the AJGA Junior at Innisbrook where he placed second, shooting 75-67-71--213.
Kaitlyn Schroeder of Jacksonville, Florida
Schroeder has won two of the last four AJGA events she has competed in. Her most recent victory came at the 2020 AJGA Dana Incorporated Junior Open where she carded a score of 72-69-70--211. She is the highest ranked junior in the field at No. 12 in the Rolex AJGA Rankings, and has six top-5 finishes in her career.
Hyo Joon Jang of Seoul, South Korea
Jang only has two tournaments under her belt, but has finished strong in both appearances. At the 2020 AJGA Girls Championship, she finished T2, and at the 2020 AJGA Junior at Oldfield, she placed third with a score of 70-72-73—215. Her recent success has secured her a spot at No. T48 in the Rolex AJGA Rankings.