Chris Fosick of Middlefield, Connecticut, and Anina Ku of Basking Ridge, New Jersey, claimed titles at the 2018 Junior Golf Hub Championship presented by John D. Mineck Foundation.
Singapore’s Hiroshi Tai, won his first AJGA tournament in the Boys Division at the ACDS Junior Championship presented by Live View Golf. The 16-year-old fired a 7-under-par 203 to secure the one-stroke victory. California native Briana Chacon of Whittier, finished at 2-under-par 208 to claim her first AJGA title. The University of Oregon verbal commit has 15 top-10 finishes since 2014.
Alabama verbal commit Simms Abney of Madison, Mississippi, won his second AJGA title after firing a 6-under-par 66 in the final round. Abney finished at 9-under-par 207 and went bogey free for 36 holes. Megan Schofill of Montecello, Florida, became the first to defend her title at the event after finishing the tournament at 9-under-par 207. This is the Kentucky verbal commit’s third AJGA title and second title of 2018. She previously won the 2018 Rome Junior Classic presented by State Mutual Insurance Company.
Garrett Martin of San Antonio, Texas, won his first AJGA event by one stroke at 9-under-par 201. The Texas Tech verbal commit carded 16 birdies and an eagle during the tournament. Honolulu’s Kyung Eun Lee won her first AJGA event in her first AJGA start. The 15-year-old finished at 3-under-par 207 and won by four strokes.
The third year was the charm for Brooke Biermann of Wildwood, Missouri, who competed in the UHY LLP CPA’s Junior Championship in 2016 and 2017. The 15-year-old posted a 3-under-par 213 to win by six strokes for her first AJGA title. Ian Johnston of Swisher, Iowa, also finished at 3-under-par 213 to claim the Boys Division title. The University of South Dakota verbal commit carded 13 birdies and an eagle en route to a five-stroke victory.
Maxwell Ford of Peachtree Corners, Georgia, won his second AJGA title in three starts after posting a 10-under-par 206 at the AJGA Junior All-Star at Cooks Creek. The 15-year-old won the 2018 Evitt Foundation RTC Junior All-Star in June. Lillian Berry of Dover, Florida, won her first AJGA event after finishing at 4-under-par 212. The 15-year-old won by five strokes.
Chris Fosdick of Middlefield, Connecticut, chipped in for birdie on No. 18 to earn his first AJGA victory. The Florida Southern verbal commit finished at 4-under-par 212. Anina Ku of Basking Ridge, New Jersey, won her third AJGA victory by six strokes at 5-under-par 211. The incoming Harvard freshman carded 13 birdies during the tournament.