PING HARVEY PENICK JUNIOR QUALIFIER
Jimmy Clay Golf Course
Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, the PING Harvey Penick Junior Qualifier was held at Jimmy Clay Golf Course in
Woodruff, who will play golf at
“I was hitting a lot of greens and a lot of fairways,” Woodruff said. “I was knocking my putts close, they just weren’t falling.”
Workman and Nesmith were also satisfied with their rounds despite the difficult green conditions.
“I played well because of fairways and greens,” Nesmith said. “I had a rough time but I didn’t have to get up and down or hit any difficult shots.”
“It was tough to putt out there, but overall it was a pretty solid round,” Workman said.
Benjamin Tewes of
In the Girls Division, Smith bounced back from a rough start to qualify for her first AJGA event.
“I didn’t make any putts, but I didn’t make any disasters,” Smith said. “It wasn’t all the greens, but the speed was hard to get down.
“This will be my first event, so I’m just going to go in and hopefully play decent.”
Rosalyn Kim of
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For more information on the PING Harvey Penick Junior, contact Tournament Headquarters at (512) 869-3298 or visit ajga.org.