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Polo Ralph Lauren #InspiredPerformances: September 5

Travis Vick of Houston, survived a rain-delay and a three-way playoff to earn his first-career victory at The Junior PLAYERS Championship. After entering the final round tied for first, Vick carded a 2-under-par 70 on Sunday to force a three-way, sudden-death playoff. In the playoff, Vick sank a birdie putt on the second playoff hole to clinch the championship. Vick, a University of Texas commit, was also a two-time Rolex Junior All-American in 2016 and 2017.

Michaela Morard of Huntsville, Alabama, notched her sixth-career AJGA tournament title at the AJGA Girls Championship Monday. The three-time Rolex Junior All-American turned in a historic performance to clinch the title, as she broke the tournament scoring record by three strokes by firing a 10-under-par 206. After entering the final round five strokes off the lead, the University of Alabama commit sank eight birdies on the final day to reclaim the lead and take the title.

Dillon Stewart of Ft. Collins, Colorado, fired a 9-under-par 207 to earn a one-stroke victory the AJGA Junior at Big Sky. In the final round, the Oklahoma State University commit sank seven birdies to make up a five-stroke deficit and take the title. The win is Stewart’s second of 2018, with the first coming at the AJGA Hale Irwin Colorado Junior in June.

Montgomery Ferreira of University Place, Washington, grabbed her first-career tournament title via sudden-death playoff at the AJGA Junior at Big Sky. Ferreira turned in a bogey-free final round that also included five birdies to take the title. Since 2015, Ferreira has nine top-10 finishes to go along with her tournament title.