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Hometown kid Hoff gets first AJGA title

McGovern comes back to win Girls Division
Will Hoff Boys Champion

Boys Division Champion: Will Hoff of Windsor, California (3-under-par 141)

  • First AJGA tournament
  • Fired the lowest round of the tournament with a 5-under-par 67 in the first round
  • Eagled the par-5 No. 4 in round one
  • Member of Windsor High School golf team
"It means a lot to have such a great event so close to home. If it was any other way I wouldn’t have played in it or had this opportunity. I really hope this win launches my junior golf career."
Will Hoff
Parker Bond

Boys Division Runner-up: Parker Bond of Phoenix, Arizona (1-under-par 143)

  • First AJGA tournament
  • Shot lowest score in round two
  • Carded seven birdies over 36 holes
Gracie McCovern Girl's Winner-2022- AJGA Preview at Windsor.JPG

Girls Division Champion: Gracie McGovern of Scottsdale, Arizona (3-over-par 147)

  • First AJGA title
  • Shot lowest score in round two
  • Qualifier medalist
  • No. 362 in the Rolex AJGA rankings
"This win means a lot to me because going into this tournament I wasn't playing my best. I was a little unconfident coming in, but winning my first AJGA event here definitely gave me a confidence boost."
Gracie McGovern
Gabriella Eifrig

Girls Division Runner-up: Gabriella Eifrig of Newport Beach, California (5-over-par 149)

  • Best AJGA finish to date
  • Lowest tournament total
  • Carded 7 birdies over 36 holes

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