Ashley Menne of Surprise fired two rounds in the 60s at TPC Scottsdale – 67 on the Champions Course and 69 on the Stadium Course – to win in the Girls Championship division for the second year in a row at the DLB Custom Homes Scottsdale City Junior Championship held August 17-18.
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Alan Quezada of Phoenix finished the first round in a three-way tie for first place at 1-over 73 before following up with a blistering 6-under-par 66 to win by six…
Team Washington and Team Hawaii are the co-champions of the 2019 Girls Junior Americas Cup with both posting scores of 6-over-par 654 at Bear Creek Golf Club in Murietta, California, July 28-August 1.
The 2019 Girls Junior America’s Cup kicks off July 28-August 1 with team Arizona set to compete at Bear Creek Golf Club, Murietta, California against an elite international field of teams representing British Columbia, Canadian Jr Golf Association, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Mexico, Montana, New Mexico, Northern California, Southern California, Northern Nevada, Southern Nevada, Oregon, San Diego, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.
For the first time in more than 20 years, the Junior America’s Cup ended with a tie for first place. Utah and San Diego posted matching 4-over-par 643s to earn co-championship honors at Blackhawk Golf Club in Edmonton, Alberta, July 22-25.
In winning the Boys Championship, Kobe Valociek of Peoria blistered the par-71 golf course at The Legacy Golf Resort with rounds of 65 and 63 en route to a 14-under-par 128 at the PING Invitational held July 23-24. In the Girls Championship division, Peoria’s Mattison Frick posted 71-68 highlighted by an eagle in the final round on No. 8. She added two birdies on the way in to win for the second time this season.
Scottsdale’s Preston Summerhays, 16, captured the US Junior Amateur on Saturday, July 20. The week before, he set the record for the youngest two-time winner of the Utah Men’s State Amateur, and now he can add one of the most prestigious amateur golf titles to his expanding list of accomplishments.
The 2019 Junior America’s Cup kicks off July 22-25 with team Arizona set to compete at Blackhawk Golf Club in Edmonton, Alberta among an elite international field of 18 teams representing Alberta, British Columbia, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Mexico I, Mexico II, Montana, Nevada, Northern California, Oregon, San Diego, Southern California, Sun Country, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.