My Scotty Cameron Moment

Zach Zaback receives his Scotty Cameron putter cover from Vermont Governor Jim Douglas at the Killington Junior Golf Championship.
Each week, the AJGA honors one boy and one girl at every AJGA tournament who shoot the low final-round score. Below we hear from players at recent events as they recount the defining moment of their round.

Randy Wise Junior Open


“I made putts on the front nine,” said Jake McBride of Hartville, Ohio, after posting a 5-under-par 67. “I almost aced No. 3. The ball flew into the bottom of the cup and then popped out about 20 feet. I had a great birdie putt on No. 4 which definitely kick started my round. I ran in a 45-50 footer on No. 6 and then birdied Nos. 7 and 9 to go 4-under-par on the front. I made some close wedge shots on the back and made some quality shots. I am really excited about getting the Scotty Cameron cover because I don’t even have a putter cover, so I definitely have been wanting one.”

"My putting was consistently good all week,” said Ashley Armstrong of Flossmoor, Ill.,
after a 1-over-par 73. “My irons were good today, I was able to utilize them well."

"My putting saved me today,” said Lauren Grogan of Columbus, Ohio. “No. 9 was really hard, especially with the wind and the narrow fairway, but I was able to make a birdie. It was great to shoot 1-under-par on the front nine."

Killington Junior Golf Championship


"I hit the ball well and made a lot of putts,” Zach Zaback of Farmington, Conn., said after a 5-under-par 66 and third-place finish. “I also had a little bit of luck. I was 5-under-par on the front so I was just trying to grind it out on the back. It feels good to shoot my personal best in a tournament like this. My best hole was No. 6. I holed out from 30 or 40 yards for eagle. It got me excited and I wanted to keep that momentum going."

 

"My best hole was No. 17,” said Jacquelyn Eleey of Quincy, Mass., of her 1-over-par 72 round. “I made a 30-foot putt for birdie to get back to even. It felt good and I was excited."

Stockton Sports Commission Junior Open

“I reached my goal of getting a win this summer and it feels nice to now have two,” Boys Division Champion Beau Hossler of Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif., said after a final-round 5-under-par 67.  “Coming from behind, I had no expectations to win."


“I was just trying to treat this like any other round and stay focused,” said Girls Division Champion Hannah O’Sullivan of Cupertino, Calif., who became the fourth-youngest player to win an AJGA event. ”I just took one shot at a time and didn’t want to worry about scores or rankings.”


 
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Weekly Results
Davis Love III Junior Open
Boys
Total
1
Will Chandler
204
2
Joshua Martin
205
3
Kyle Sterbinsky
206
Girls
Total
1
Kelly Whaley
211
2
Emilia Migliaccio
216
3
Latanna Stone
217
David Toms Foundation Shreveport Junior
Boys
Total
1
*Blaine Hale Jr.
210
2
Brandon Smith
210
3
Triston Fisher
211
Girls
Total
1
Katharine Patrick
214
T
2
Julia Johnson
219
T
2
Hanna Alberto
219
T
2
Courtney Bryant
219
Bass Pro Shops / Payne Stewart Junior Championship
Boys
Total
1
Winston Margaritis
207
T
2
Pierce Aichinger
212
T
2
Walker Kesterson
212
Girls
Total
1
Madeline Chou
216
T
2
Youngin Chun
218
T
2
Athena Yang
218
the Memorial Junior
Boys
Total
1
Donnie Trosper
209
2
Glenn Piot
212
T
3
Cameron Michalak
217
T
3
Elliott Grayson
217
T
3
Jeg Coughlin III
217
Girls
Total
1
Lexie Toth
219
2
Sybil Robinson
223
T
3
Lois Kaye Go
224
T
3
Molly Skapik
224
Lipari Energy Junior Championship presented by City of London
Boys
Total
1
Andrew Spiegler
207
2
Hoke Carlton
209
3
Zach Norris
215
Girls
Total
1
Brooke Graebe
214
2
Julia Calbi
217
3
Jiayu Kong
225
BBCN Bank Junior Championship
Boys
Total
1
Issei Tanabe
206
T
2
Davis Holman
209
T
2
Justin Kim
209
Girls
Total
1
Kornkamol Sukaree
209
2
Haley Moore
213
T
3
Kelly Lee
216
T
3
Jocelyn Chia
216
* Won via sudden-death playoff
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