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JGAA Alum Charlie Palmer Named 2024 Ivy League Rookie of the Year

By April 25, 2024No Comments

Former JGAA standout and Brophy Prep golfer Charlie Palmer recently completed his first year of college golf at Princeton University. In his inaugural year at Princeton, Charlie Palmer made a statement, earning the postseason title of Ivy League Rookie of the Year. Notably, Palmer secured two impressive top-12 finishes during the season.

His debut at the USF Howard Intercollegiate saw him clinch 10th place out of 80 contenders, boasting a score of -6 (74-66-70). Additionally, Palmer played a pivotal role in Princeton’s team win at the Golden Horseshoe Intercollegiate, achieving a 12th place finish highlighted by a stellar round of 67, his best performance of the season. Amidst the Ivy League championship, Palmer showcased his skills with an even-par 71 in the second round, contributing to Princeton’s runner-up position.

Furthermore, Palmer celebrated a memorable milestone with his first-ever hole-in-one at Princeton’s home invitational on Springdale Golf Club’s 13th hole. His remarkable achievements not only reflect his individual talent but also contribute to Princeton’s consecutive four-time recognition in the Ivy League Rookie of the Year award. From all of us at the JGAA, we are so thrilled to hear about Charlie being a rising star in Ivy League Golf. Can’t wait to see him build off his first-year success at Princeton. Way to go Charlie!

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