Team Arizona – made up of Ashley Menne of Surprise, Kelly Su of Scottsdale, Madeleine Laux of Goodyear and Toni St. John of Gilbert – climbed four spots to 6th place after second-round action at the 2018 Girls Junior America’s Cup held at Hiwan Golf Club in Evergreen, Colorado – shooting a collective 11-over (221). They are currently 14 shots off the lead.
Founded in 1983, the Junior Golf Association of Arizona (JGAA) is a non-profit organization that introduces Arizona’s youth to the game of golf and helps junior golfers develop golf and life skills through competitive programs and tournaments. In addition to developing programs at schools and assisting Arizona golf courses with their junior programs, the JGAA conducts more than 100 programs and activities, including etiquette clinics, tournaments, and college prep seminars throughout Arizona each year. The JGAA awards two scholarship funds annually to high school senior members of the JGAA for their college education – the Tres Arnold and the John Wolfinger Memorial College Scholarships. The JGAA’s strong belief in teamwork and cooperation continues to guide the organization and is instilled in all of its members.
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The second round of the 46th Annual Junior America’s Cup, hosted by the Montana State Golf Association is, in the books with the team from Mexico represented by Mauricio Figueroa, Alejandro Gutierrez, Alejandro Madariaga and Gabriel Ruiz still leading the pack after round two.
Ashley Menne, Toni St John, Madeleine Laux and Kelly Su take on international field. The 2018 Girls Junior Americas Cup kicks off July 23-27 with team Arizona set to…
Ben and Blake Lorenz, Hayden Sayre and Tony Hendricks take on international field. The 2018 Junior America’s Cup kicks off July 22-26 with team Arizona set to compete at…
Ashley Menne of Surprise advanced from stroke play at the 70th U.S. Girls’ Junior Championship at Poppy Hills Golf Course at Pebble Beach by firing 1-under-par 141 (69-72). She won…
Prescott’s Riley Lewis started out hot at ASU Karsten Golf Course with four birdies on the first six holes of the tournament to open up a four-stroke lead after the first round with a 7-under-par 64, the low round of the tournament.
Scottsdale, Arizona’s Preston Summerhays, 15 – fresh from becoming the youngest champion of the Utah State Amateur in tournament history one month ago – fired 65-60 to qualify with ease for the U.S. Amateur to be contested August 13-19 at Pebble Beach Golf Links and Spyglass Hills Golf Course in Pebble Beach, California.
Ashley Menne of Surprise, Elizabeth Caldarelli, Kelly Su, and Bailee Tayles, all of Scottsdale, are set to compete in the U.S. Girls’ Junior Championship this week July 16-21 at Poppy Hills Golf Course in Pebble Beach, California.