Weekend wrap-up (March 10)

Patrick Reed won the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship with a tournament total 4-under-par 284 for his third career PGA TOUR victory. Reed won by one stroke over Bubba Watson and Jamie Donaldson.

 
Reed claimed one AJGA victory and seven top-six finishes from 2004-08 including a tie for third at the 2007 CB&I Boys Championship held at Arnold Palmer’s Bay Hill Club and Lodge (then known as the HP Boys Junior Championship). Reed also claimed Rolex Junior All-America Team honors from 2005-07.
 
Reed attended the University of Georgia for a season before transferring to Augusta State University, where he led the team to back-to-back NCAA Championships.
 
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AJGA alum Max Homa completed his final round of the Puerto Rico Open presented by seepuertorico.com in one hour and 58 minutes. The time was two minutes off the PGA TOUR record of one hour and 56 minutes.
 
Homa’s AJGA career included six top-10 finishes between 2006-09. Homa attended the University of California-Berkeley where he was a First-Team All-American. He compiled 12 top-five finishes in his collegiate career including becoming Cal’s first-ever NCAA individual medalist in 2013.
 
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Puerto Rico Junior Open champion Austen Truslow of New Smyrna Beach, Fla., made his professional debut at the Puerto Rico Open presented by seepuertorico.com. The three-time AJGA winner missed the cut after rounds of 76-69.
 
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Chesson Hadley won the Puerto Rico Open presented by seepuertorico.com for his first PGA TOUR victory. Hadley carded a tournament total 21-under-par 267 and won by two strokes.
 
As and AJGA junior, Hadley recorded six top-15 finishes including two wins between 2004-06.
 
Hadley played college golf at Georgia Tech. During his college career he had 11 top-10 finishes and two victories. He is eighth in Georgia Tech history with a stroke average of 72.37 in 107 career rounds.

 
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Weekly Results
Randy Wise Junior Open
Boys
Total
1
Donnie Trosper
133
2
Kevin Gordon
137
T
3
Winston Margaritis
139
T
3
Tyler Pearson
139
Girls
Total
1
Morgan Gonzales
142
T
2
Riley Rennell
143
T
2
Madasyn Pettersen
143
AJGA Junior at Bethesda
Boys
Total
1
Chad McCann
138
2
Luke Schaap
141
T
3
Graham Hutchinson
142
T
3
Nathan Chuwait
142
Girls
Total
1
Shannon Brooks
137
2
Julie Luo
145
T
3
Brynn Walker
149
T
3
Delaney Shah
149
Coca-Cola Junior Championship at Sugarloaf
Boys
Total
1
Nelson Pang
153
2
James Turner
154
T
3
Tianlin Zhang
155
T
3
Viraj Garewal
155
Girls
Total
1
Brooke McDougald
155
T
2
Belinda Hu
157
T
2
Jiayu Kong
157
T
2
Veronica Joels
157
Stockton Convention & Visitors Bureau Junior All-Star
Boys
Total
1
Ricky Castillo
135
2
Kyle Cox
136
3
Clay Seeber
137
Girls
Total
1
Carolyn Zhao
141
2
Brittany Park
144
T
3
Yealimi Noh
146
T
3
Ty Akabane
146
T
3
Waverly Whiston
146
Coca-Cola Junior All-Star at Sugarloaf
Boys
Total
1
Scott Roden
146
2
Charlie Dubiel
147
3
Won Jun Lee
150
Girls
Total
1
Lindsay May
157
2
Christine Shao
160
3
Hailey Jones
161
PBE Qualifier - California
Boys
Total
T
1
Kevin An
71
T
1
Yash Majmudar
71
T
3
Lucas Carper
72
T
3
Alex Chin
72
T
3
William Draper
72
T
3
Joseph Burlison
72
T
3
Yu-Jen Cheng
72
Girls
Total
1
Courtney Vogel
70
T
2
Sophia Hui
74
T
2
Waverly Whiston
74
T
2
Ty Akabane
74
T
2
Samantha Gong
74
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