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Polo Ralph Lauren #InspiredPerformances: August 28

Michaela Morard of Huntsville, Alabama, notched her fifth AJGA tournament title at the Randy Wise Junior Open. The University of Alabama commit was dominant from the outset, as she fired a first-round 5-under-par 67 to break the competitive course record previously held by LPGA pro Morgan Pressel. From there, the three-time Rolex Junior All-American continued to cruise to earn a four-stroke wire-to-wire victory. Morard is currently No. 8 in the Rolex AJGA Rankings.

David Ford of Peachtree Corners, Georgia, fired a 10-under-par 206 at the AJGA Junior All-Star at Butte Creek to earn his first AJGA title in only his fourth event. Throughout the tournament, Ford holed 12 birdies and an eagle en route to taking the wire-to-wire two-stroke victory. The win is Ford’s second top-10 finish in 2018.

Kaleiya Romero of San Jose, California, went wire-to-wire at the Eagle Crest Junior Championship to earn her second AJGA tournament title of 2018. Romero holed 13 birdies and two eagles over the course of the weather-shortened tournament to earn a nine-stroke victory. Along with being a four-time AJGA tournament champion, Romero is also a four-time winner with the Junior Golf Association of Northern California.  

In his first-career AJGA event, Sang Ha Park of Cheongju, South Korea, took home his first tournament title at the KJ Choi Foundation Junior Championship presented by SK Telecom. Park entered the third round tied for the lead, but he broke the tie by turning in a dominant 3-under-par 69 final-round in which he holed five birdies and did not score over par for the first 15 holes.