The Junior Golf Association of Arizona (JGAA) announced that junior golfers in the program signed National Letters of Intent to play collegiate golf.
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The Thunderbirds – hosts of the Waste Management Phoenix Open – announced a $150,000 grant to the Junior Golf Association of Arizona (JGAA). The funds will be used for the JGAA’s Financial Aid program to assists its members with participation fees – no juniors are turned away due to a lack of resources.
The JGAA Fall Classic teed off November 3-4 with Mahanth Chirravuri of Chandler posting 63-69 to take top honors in the Boys Championship division at 10-under-par 132 at Lone Tree Golf Club. Chirravuri started out hot with an 8-under-par effort featuring seven birdies, one eagle and one bogey to lead by four strokes after the first round.
The inaugural Show Low Classic teed off at Silver Creek Golf Club October 13-14 with Johnnie Clark of Mesa (72-80) and Gabriel Escalera (79-73) of Sahuarita finishing regulation play tied for first place at 10-over-par 152. Escalera rallied on the final nine holes with seven pars and two birdies at Nos. 16 and 18 to overcome Clark’s seven-stroke, first-round lead forcing a playoff. Clark prevailed in extra holes.
The JGAA announced the 2018 Sportsmanship and Player of the Year Awards across five age divisions at the annual awards banquet held October 21 at Moon Valley Country Club.
The JGAA is blessed with a number of generous sponsors, one of which is Scottsdale-based OB Sports and the golf courses under its management that host JGAA tournaments. “Phoenix- and…
Trevor Lewis, 15, of Prescott, outlasted older brother, Riley, 17, to take first place in the Boy Championship division at the Thompson Invitational contested at Oro Valley Country Club September…
The Thompson Invitational kicks off September 22-23 at Oro Valley Country Club with tee times beginning at 11:15 a.m. both days. Notable Tucson-area junior golfers set to compete are all…
The Junior Golf Association of Arizona (JGAA) is hosting a fundraising event on Saturday, September 15th in which supporters play 100 holes of golf in one day. In its 17th year, participants first solicit sponsorship pledges ranging from 50 cents to $50 per hole before gathering at Mountain Shadows Golf Resort to play the 100 holes. All funds benefit local junior golf programs.