Girls Division Champion: Bailey Shoemaker of West Edmeston, New York (8-under-par 208)
- No. 9 in Rolex AJGA Rankings
- University of Southern California commit
- Second AJGA career win
- Two eagles in the tournament
It's really just putting right now. I've really been leaning on the putter for awhile, I just have a lot confidence with it.
Girls Division Top Local Finisher: Elizabeth Beek of Palm Beach Gardens, Florida (2-over-par 218)
- Finished T3
- Best finish in AJGA career
Boys Division Champion: John Daly II of Dardanelle, Arkansas (5-under-par 211)
- No. 34 in the Rolex AJGA Rankings
- First career AJGA win
- University of Arkansas, Fayetteville commit
- 1 eagle in tournament
I'd love to win another one this year but I also just want to enjoy my last months of high school.
Boys Division Top Local Finisher: Frankie Harris of Boca Raton, Florida (2-over-par 218)
- Finished T3
- No. 73 in Rolex AJGA Rankings
About Sung Hyun Park
With her breathtaking swing, long distance and aggressive play Sung Hyun Park is currently the most popular player in Korea. In a country obsessed with golf, she enjoys rock-star status with legions of fans who follow her around the world to offer their support. These same fans can often be heard shouting her nickname “Namdalla” which means “I am different” in Korean. As only the second male or female player to earn Rolex Player of the Year and Louise Suggs Rolex Rookie of the Year honors in the same year (after Nancy Lopez in 1978) along with her seven victories, including two majors, in only three years on the LPGA Tour, she has the game to prove that she is indeed different.