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AJGA Stan Utley and Mid-America Youth Golf Foundation Junior Championship
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AJGA Stan Utley and Mid-America Youth Golf Foundation Junior Championship

Walker holds onto lead and wins by four strokes in the Girls Division

Wild takes the Boys Division title
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Girls Division Champion: Melanie Walker of Burke, Virginia (6-under-par 210)

  • First AJGA victory
  • Carded three or more birdies in every round
  • Shot 5-under-par 67 in the second round for the new tournament low round record
  • 2022 graduate
"It's really exciting. My ranking has been dropping, so this is really good because now I can get back into Invitationals. Just having the chance to get to play world class courses, improve my game and play against some of the best in the world is more than I can ask for."
Melanie Walker
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Girls Division Runner-up: Lindsay Yao of Whittier, California (2-under-par 214)

  • Birdied Hole No. 7 in all three rounds
  • Carded 13 birdies through three rounds
  • 2024 graduate
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Boys Division Champion: John Wild of Glen Ellyn, Illinois (5-under-par 211)

  • First AJGA victory
  • Went bogey-free through 41 holes
  • Eagled hole No. 10 in the second round
  • Oklahoma State University commit
  • 2022 graduate
"My driver was definitely key. I could really use my length out here. This is a course that suits me really well and being able to overpower some of these holes was really crucial for me this week."
John Wild

Boys Division Runners-up: Areen Aggarwal of Columbia, Missouri, & Logan Kim of La Canada Flintridge, California (3-under-par 213)

  • Aggarwal shot even-par 72 or better in each round
  • Kim birdied hole No. 18 in every round
  • Both carded 12 birdies through three rounds
  • Aggarwal is a 2023 graduate & Kim is a 2024 graduate

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