With, no doubt, many other examples to choose from, here are a few JGAA alumni in recent headlines. Riley Lewis helped Loyola Marymount University Men’s Golf win back-to-back team titles for the first time since 2006-07 at the Sacramento State Invitational, March 1-2.
The Junior Golf Association of Arizona (JGAA) is hosting the Thunderbird Invitational at Papago Golf Course March 13-14. The field features 84 of Arizona’s best junior golfers (48 boys and 36 girls) ranging in age from 13-18 competing in the third PING Junior Masters Series tournament on the 2021 JGAA schedule.
JGAA alum Evan Johnson recently learned he earned the distinguished Evans Scholarship, “a full housing and tuition college scholarship awarded to golf caddies with limited financial means,” administered by the Western Golf Association.
The Phoenix Metro Junior Championship presented by Van’s Golf Shops teed off February 20-21, with the Boys Championship division competing at Stone Creek Golf Club. Bryan Beyer of Mesa opened a four-stroke lead in the first round after firing a 5-under 66, which included four birdies and an eagle.
Three former Junior Golf Association of Arizona (JGAA) members recently posted collegiate golf wins within days of each other. Trevor Werbylo earned a share of the individual and team titles at The Prestige held February 15-17 while Michael Feagles won both titles at the Mobile Bay Intercollegiate contested Feb. 14-16. And Gavin Cohen prevailed in a playoff at the Nick Watney Invitational Feb 8-9.
Arizona’s best junior golfers – 30 girls and 48 boys – gathered at Longbow Golf Club February 13-14 to compete in the Fisher-Bryan Invitational, the second coveted PING Junior Masters Series tournament of the 2021 JGAA season.
Arizona’s best junior golfers – 30 girls and 48 boys – will gather at Longbow Golf Club February 13-14 to compete in the 2021 Fisher-Bryan Invitational, the second prestigious PING Junior Masters Series of the JGAA season.