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JGAC Majors

Past Champions

 
Colorado Junior Amateur Championship

Colorado Junior Amateur Championship

COLORADO JUNIOR AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP

The CGA Junior Stroke Play Championship was first played in 1977 and the corresponding CWGA Junior Stroke Play Championships started in 1979. In 2016, the CGA and CWGA moved their respective events under the Junior Golf Alliance of Colorado and they were renamed to become the Colorado Junior Amateur Championship.

CURRENT YEAR WINNER - DILLON STEWART

 

CURRENT YEAR WINNER - KAYLEE CHEN

Stewart joins Davis Bryant of Aurora (2017) and Mary Weinstein of Highlands Ranch (2016) as players who have won both the Colorado Junior PGA and the Colorado Junior Amateur in the same season during the JGAC era, which dates to the beginning of 2016.  

But the Colorado Junior Amateur marks Stewart’s final JGAC event as he’ll be playing golf at Oklahoma State beginning in the fall after competing in the U.S. Junior Amateur, the Junior America’s Cup and the national Boys Junior PGA Championship.

“It feels great (to go out this way), especially because I had such a good junior career, and (JGAC majors) had been the only thing eluding me,” the 18-year-old said. “Last year I came close (in the Colorado Junior Am), but Jake Welch just played solid and cut me out of it. Being able to get this one as my last Junior Golf Alliance tournament feels great honestly.” CONTINUE READING

 

Chen likewise took a six-stroke advantage into Wednesday. That gave the Cherry Creek High School sophomore-to-be enough cushion to where she prevailed despite a 6-over-par 78 in the final round.

Winning the title “really means a lot to me,” she said. “My goal for a while now has been to win one of the JGAC majors — ever since I started JGAC in 2017. My hard work really has paid off in winning this major.”

Indeed, Chen has been playing a lot of good golf in the last month. She qualified for the U.S. Girls’ Junior, played off for the final spot in U.S. Women’s Amateur qualifying before falling just short, and then won this week.
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PAST CHAMPIONS

2018

Jake Welch

Katie Berrian

2017

Davis Bryant

Arielle Keating

2016

Braden Bentley

Mary Weinstein

2015

Isaac Petersilie

Mary Weinstein

2014

Ross Macdonald

Jennifer Kupcho

2013

Ross Macdonald

Kelly Moran

2012

Jimmy Makloski

Calli Ringsby

2011

Steven Kupcho

Allie Johnston

2010

Jonathan Park

Paige Spiranac

2009

Wyndham Clark

Somin Lee

2008

Kory Harrell

Bethany Buchner

2007

Mark Hubbard

Elizabeth Kresock

2006

Tyler Parsloe

Brooke Collins

2005

Riley Andrews

Becca Huffer

2004

Jeff Bullock

Kristin Walla

2003

Shea Sena

Ashley Tait

2002

Luke Antonelli

Kelly Jaques

2001

Derek O'Neill

Aimee Tjelmeland

2000

John Hayes

Lindsay Hulwick

1999

Brett Tobyne

Kate Waggoner

1998

Matt Hart

Nicki Cutler

1997

Geoff Keffer

Kelly Schaub

1996

Mike English

Nancy Abiecunas

1995

Lief Olson

Britta Olson

1994

Marc Hocking

Michelle Thomas

1993

Ben Fiala

Jennifer McCormick

1992

Jeff Fujimoto

Jennifer McCormick

1991

Mike Troyer

Jennifer McCormick

1990

Ray Best III

Shannon Mercer

1989

Scott Petersen

Kerry Zebick

1988

Scott Petersen

Kelly Heffer

1987

Scott Petersen

Jodi Zwemke

1986

Brett Dean

Kathy Hodge

1985

Bill Riddle

Wendy Werley

1984

Clark Lyons

Wendy Werley

1983

Brandt Jobe

Melanie Warmath

1982

John Sundberg

Gailynn Addis

1981

Luke Maten

Gailynn Addis

1980

Luke Maten

Liza Wright

1979

James Huntington

Dana Jennings

1978

Randy White

 

1977

Rick Cramer

 
Colorado Junior PGA Championship

Colorado Junior PGA Championship

COLORADO JUNIOR PGA CHAMPIONSHIP

The Colorado Junior PGA Championship was first hosted by the Colorado PGA in 1975. In 2016, the event was moved under the Junior Golf Alliance of Colorado. The individual male and female champions advance to the national Junior PGA Championships.

CURRENT YEAR WINNER - DILLON STEWART

 

CURRENT YEAR WINNER - LAUREN LEHIGH

In the boys tournament at the Colorado Junior PGA, Stewart left little hope for his opponents by rebounding from a first-round 75 with back-to-back 4-under-par 68s for a 5-under 211 total. And he put on a clinic on the back nine the last two rounds, playing it in a combined 9 under. That includes a 5-under 31 on Wednesday.

And had Stewart had his putter going, that 31 could have easily turned into a twenty-something as he missed putts of 4 feet and 3 1/2 feet — not to mention a 7-footer and a 9-footer.

It was a complete bounce-back from last week’s AJGA Hale Irwin Colorado Junior, where Stewart shot a final-round 79 after leading by two going into the day.
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In the girls tournament, Lehigh earned her second victory in a JGAC major, following up on her win at the 2018 Colorado Junior Match Play. She also captured her second state high school individual title last month, this time in the 5A state meet.

Lehigh came into Wednesday with a five-stroke lead and wasn’t seriously challenged for the top spot. Her 5-over-par 77 gave her a 13-over 229 total.

It was a welcome result for her given how she’s sometimes struggled at Eisenhower in the past. For instance, when she played the 2016 Colorado Junior Amateur at Eisenhower, she opened with a 92 en route to missing the cut.
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PAST CHAMPIONS

2018

Davis Bryant

Hailey Schalk

2017

Davis Bryant

Hailey Schalk

2016

AJ Ott

Mary Weinstein

2015

Cole Krantz

Caroline Jordaan

2014

Pierce Aichinger

Kacey Godwin

2013

Benjamin Moore

Jennifer Kupcho

2012

Nathaniel Goddard

Jennifer Kupcho

2011

Steven Kupcho

Shannon Lubar

2010

Steven Kupcho

Shannon Lubar

2009

Michael Vogelsong

Paige Spiranac

2008

Oliver Grabb

Paige Spiranac

2007

Brenden Beeg

Melissa Martin

2006

Justin Spray

Becca Huffer

2005

Steve Ziegler

Andrea Watts

2004

David Cosel

Dawn Shockley

2003

Zen Brown

Rachel Larson

2002

David Lysaught

Aleesha Duran

2001

Brandon Dornseif

Meagan Dahlberg

2000

Jordan Williams

Nicole Jordan

1999

Bryson Rintala

Sara Silva

1998

James Kurtenbach

Mayumi Motoyama

1997

James Kurtenbach

McKenzie Dyslin

1996

Geoff Nuwash

Lynn Ann Moretto

1995

Brandon Tompkins

 

1994

Leif Olson

Shannon Ogg

1993

Eri Crum

JJ McCormick

1992

Eri Crum

Jennifer Kern

1991

 

Tracy Veto

1990

Bryce Tani

Tracy Veto

1989

Chris Brooks

 

1988

David Lopez

Jodi Zwemke

1987

William Merley Jr

Jodi Zwemke

1986

Brett Dean

 

1985

Chris Johnson

 

1984

Bradle Broughton

Wendy Werley

1983

Douglas Nock

Melanie Warmath

1982

Ron Speaker

Becky Whitworth

1981

Danny Doyal

Sarah Zwemke

1980

Derick Brictson

Holley Morris

1979

Paul Nolen

Holley Morris

1978

Carl Oesterie

Holley Morris

1977

Bruce Rice

Dana Howe

1976

Jeff Tiley

Holley Morris

1975

Dow Finsterwald Jr

 

Colorado Junior Match Play Championship

Colorado Junior Match Play Championship

COLORADO JUNIOR MATCH PLAY CHAMPIONSHIP

The CGA Junior Match Play Championship was first played in 1951 and the corresponding CWGA Junior Match Play Championships started in 1953. In 2016 the CGA and CWGA moved their respective events under the Junior Golf Alliance of Colorado and they were renamed to become the Colorado Junior Match Play Championship.

CURRENT YEAR WINNER - CONNOR JONES

 

CURRENT YEAR WINNER - CAROLINE JORDAAN

For Connor Jones, it was his first championship in a major as he had placed second and third in the previous two this year.

“It feels good,” said the 17-year-old Mountain Range High School graduate, who called this victory probably the biggest of his career. “I’ve played in a bunch of these tournaments and this is pretty much my last junior tournament, so it feels good to go out on a high note and play good.

“I’ve competed in a lot of really good tournaments. I haven’t won very much, so it feels really good to get a win.”

After needing 19 holes to win his semifinal over Lucas Howell of Colorado Springs — Jones prevailed with a par on the first extra hole — he never trailed in the title match and always had the advantage after winning the second hole with a birdie. In fact, he never lost a hole in the match and made four birdies and 10 pars in 14 holes. Jones pulled away with a 15-foot birdie on 10 and 30-footer on 13.

“I’ve been close in a lot of tournaments,” he said. “There’s a pretty good field this week and it feels good to finally win.”

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Caroline Jordaan earned her second victory in a JGAC major, but her first since 2015, when she captured the Colorado Junior PGA title.

The championship match on the girls side was quite a bit tighter, particularly through the first nine holes. Indeed, Mason, a 15-year-old sophomore-to-be at Holy Family, went 1 up with a 15-foot birdie on No. 8. But three straight bogeys by her — a three-putt on 9, a missed green on 10 and a water ball off the tee on 11 — gave Jordaan a 2-up advantage as the 18-year-old reeled off eight straight pars before making birdie on 13.

“Today I got my ball-striking back, which was really nice,” Jordaan said. “I tried to stay patient with the putting and it eventually worked.”

It was another big victory following a triumph individually and for her Colorado Academy team at the 3A state high school meet in May. She also placed 16th overall in the CoBank Colorado Women’s Open in late May and advance to the match play round of 16 at the Women’s Western Junior in June.

“It definitely feels good to end my junior career with a win before I go to DU,” she said. “That was the goal going into the week. I’m real happy with the result.”

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PAST CHAMPIONS

2018

Jack Castiglia

Lauren Lehigh

2017

Kyle Pearson

Emma Bryant

2016

Griffin Barela

Hailey Schalk

2015

Pierce Aichinger

Amy Chitkoksoong

2014

Sam Marley

Samantha Barker  

2013

Jake Staiano

Sydney Merchant    

2012

Andrew Romano

Calli Ringsby

2011

John Ahern

SeungHa Choi

2010

Nick Allen

Lindsay McGetrick

2009

Derek Fribbs

Somin Lee

2008

Brian Dorfman

Somin Lee

2007

Mark Hubbard

Melissa Martin

2006

Tyler Parsloe

Kayley Kempton

2005

Tyler Parsloe

Kayley Kempton

2004

Patrick Grady

Rachel Larson

2003

Tom Glissmeyer

Carla Scanniello

2002

Tom Glissmeyer

Kelly Jaques

2001

Dan Silva

Jennie Peek

2000

Dustin Mills

Lynette Duran

1999

Christian Sanchez

Kate Waggoner

1998

Shawn Wills

Nicki Cutler

1997

Mike English

Nancy Abiecunas

1996

Leif Olson

Nancy Abiecunas

1995

Ben Fiala

Katie Knode

1994

Randy Francis

Michelle Thomas

1993

Cam Osler

Jennifer Kern

1992

Jay Osmon

Kelly Heffer

1991

Mike Troyer

Kelly Heffer

1990

Ted Scribner

Jennifer McCormick

1989

Ray Best III

Lanny Whiteside

1988

Monte Montgomery

Jill McGill

1987

David Howe

Jodi Zwemke

1986

Charlie Whalen

Shelley Mallet

1985

Brett Dean

Kristie Warren

1984

Brandt Jobe

Wendy Werley

1983

Ron Speaker

Gailynn Addis

1982

Doug Bakke

Sue Allen

1981

Brad Penfold

Gailynn Addis

1980

Ronnie Maxfield

Liza Wright

1979

Steve Ivan

Holly Morris

1978

Andy Carr

Dana Howe

1977

Rick Cramer

Kim Eaton

1976

David Lee

Patty Pichon

1975

Terry Kahl

Lauren Howe

1974

Rick Petri

Patty Pichon

1973

Kent Moore

Terry Smith

1972

Bill Loeffler, Jr.

Shannon Johnson

1971

Mike Reid

Shannon Johnson

1970

Jim Mundell

Shannon Johnson

1969

Tim Brauch

Callie Phillips

1968

Chuck Canepa

Holly Holzum

1967

Doug Rouse

Caroline Norblum

1966

Larry Webb

Diane Tiedgen

1965

Mike Jerome

Caroline Norblum

1964

Dan Sommers

Sherry Nicola

1963

Paul Meininger

Sherry Nicola

1962

Hale Irwin

Nancy Baum

1961

Bob Douma

Nancy Baum

1960

Gary Polumbus

Gail Heitler

1959

Larry Maurer

Ronna Degan

1958

Ronnie Wright

Dee Ward

1957

Sandy Zisman

Ronna Degan

1956

Gary Wright

Sally Hardwick

1955

Hal Ottaway

Sally Hardwick

1954

Davis Love

Diane Reed

1953

Davis Love

Sally Hardwick

1952

Ronnie Sevier

 

1951

Paul Ransom

 

 

JGAC Tour Championship

JGAC Tour Championship

JGAC TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP

The creation of the JGAC in 2016 marked the inagural year for the JGAC Tour Championship.

CURRENT YEAR WINNER - PARKER PAXTON

 

CURRENT YEAR WINNER - CHARLOTTE HILLARY

14-year-old JGAC member Parker Paxton of Riverton, Wyo., pulled away down the stretch to claim the boys championship by three over two-time 4A state high school champion Micah Stangebye of Montrose.

“It feels pretty awesome” to win the Tour Championship, said Paxton, an eighth grader at Riverton Middle School. “I’m very thankful Colorado let me into this event. And Cherry Hills was just an amazing golf course. It’s pretty special. I kind of fell in love with the course while I was out there. It’s perfectly manicured, awesome. It means a lot to win this one.”

Paxton and Gavin Hagstrom of Fort Collins were neck and neck atop the leaderboard most of Sunday. Hagstrom, a senior at Fossil Ridge High School, was one ahead after a birdie on 11. But he bogeyed 12, and Paxton took the lead for good with a 12-foot birdie on No. 15. After both players bogeyed 16, Hagstrom fell back with a double-bogey 7 on No. 17 and Paxton closed with a birdie on 18.

Paxton ended up with a 1-under-par 71 on Sunday, giving him a winning total of 3-under 141 in his first days ever playing Cherry Hills. He carded four birdies — including a 60-footer on No. 8 — and three bogeys on Sunday.

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As if completing a personal trifecta in the Junior Golf Alliance of Colorado’s Tour Championship weren’t enough for Charlotte Hillary on Sunday, the 17-year-old accomplished the feat at her home course, Cherry Hills Country Club. And, to take it yet another step, with the victory the Kent Denver senior earned the Girls Player of the Year award from the JGAC.

Hillary won the JGAC Tour Championship each of the previous two times she played in the event — in 2016 at Cherry Hills and last year at Denver Country Club. And this time she left little suspense in claiming the title by 10 strokes.

“That was one of my goals this year,” Hillary said of her personal three-peat in the Tour Championship. “I’m really happy to have done it. To have won it three years is not something a lot of people can say.

“This is my last time playing in it, which is pretty sad, because next year I’ll be in college. But just to look back and have my name on the trophy three times is really special. I’m definitely excited about that.”

Hillary, whose family has been members at Cherry Hills since 2003, birdied the last two holes — including a 25-footer on 18 — on Sunday to shoot a 3-over-par 75, giving her a winning total of 3-over 147. On day 2, she made three birdies, four bogeys and a double bogey.

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PAST CHAMPIONS

2018

Jackson Klutznick

Charlotte Hillary

2017

Davis Bryant

Hailey Schalk

2016

Trevor Olkowski

Charlotte Hillary

Players of the Year

Players of the Year

Prior to 2016, the CGA and the CWGA named a male and female Junior Player of the Year, respectively. Players of the year are voted on by the committee and are awarded to the players most deserving based on yearlong playing success.

Charlotte Hillary - Cherry Hills Village, CO

Charlotte capped off another successful season by winning her second straight, and third overall, JGAC Tour Championship and finishing the year on top of the JGAC Girls Tour Points List. Charlotte’s season had many highlights nationally as well, including:

  • Winning the AJGA Junior at Big Sky in Montana
  • Third at the AJGA Hale Irwin Colorado Junior
  • Third at the Girls Junior Americas Cup
  • Medalist with Haile Schalk at US Women's Four-Ball Qualifier
  • Qualifier for the US Girls Junior
Within Colorado, Charlotte placed second at the 3A State Championship and third at the CGA Women's Stroke Play Championship.

Next year Charlotte will be playing golf at Northwestern University, and we know she will make us proud there.



Dillon Stewart - Fort Collins, CO

Dillon is currenly a freshman at Oklahoma State University and playing on the golf team there. This is Dillon's second straight year winning the JGAC's Boys Player of the Year and he made a statement again this year as he climbed to the top of the Tour Points List.

His highlights this season included:

  • Winning the Colorado Junior PGA Championship
  • Winning the Colorado Junior Amateur Championship
  • Medalist at the US Junior Qualifier
  • Fifth at the AJGA Hale Irwin Colorado Junior

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Junior Player of the Year Channel

 

 

Year Male Jr. Player of the Year Female Jr. Player of the Year
2019 Dillon Stewart Charlotte Hillary
2018 Dillon Stewart Lauren Lehigh
2017 Davis Bryant Hailey Schalk
2016 AJ Ott Mary Weinstein
2015 Coby Welch Mary Weinstein
2014 Ross McDonald Jennifer Kupcho
2013 Spencer Painton Jennifer Kupcho
2012 Jimmy Makloski Jennifer Kupcho
2011 Steven Kupcho Allie Johnston
2010 Wyndham Clark Somin Lee
2009 Cody Kent Somin Lee
2008 Brendan Connolly Bethany Buchner
2007 Mark Hubbard Becca Huffer
2006 Tyler Parsloe Becca Huffer
2005 Tyler Parsloe Becca Huffer
2004 Tom Glissmeyer Kelly Jacques
2003 Tom Glissmeyer Ashley Tait
2002 Derek Tolan Kelly Jacques
2001 Kenny Coakley Jennie Peek

2019 Award Recipients

Current Award Recipients


Players of the Year

Players of the Year

Players of the Year

Players of the Year are determined by committee decision. These players epitomize what it means to be a high-level, accomplished golfer in all areas of the game. CLICK HERE for a complete archive of Junior Players of the Year.

Charlotte Hillary - Cherry Hills Village, CO

Charlotte capped off another successful season by winning her second straight, and third overall, JGAC Tour Championship and finishing the year on top of the JGAC Girls Tour Points List. Charlotte’s season had many highlights nationally as well, including:

  • Winning the AJGA Junior at Big Sky in Montana
  • Third at the AJGA Hale Irwin Colorado Junior
  • Third at the Girls Junior Americas Cup
  • Medalist with Haile Schalk at US Women's Four-Ball Qualifier
  • Qualifier for the US Girls Junior
Within Colorado, Charlotte placed second at the 3A State Championship and third at the CGA Women's Stroke Play Championship.

Next year Charlotte will be playing golf at Northwestern University, and we know she will make us proud there.



Dillon Stewart - Fort Collins, CO

Dillon is currenly a freshman at Oklahoma State University and playing on the golf team there. This is Dillon's second straight year winning the JGAC's Boys Player of the Year and he made a statement again this year as he climbed to the top of the Tour Points List.

His highlights this season included:

  • Winning the Colorado Junior PGA Championship
  • Winning the Colorado Junior Amateur Championship
  • Medalist at the US Junior Qualifier
  • Fifth at the AJGA Hale Irwin Colorado Junior
Points Chase Champions

Points Chase Champions

Points Chase Champions

The top finisher on each JGAC Points List receives recognition for their accomplishments at the conclusion of each division’s respective season.

Adrielle Miller - 10 & Under Girls

 

Adrielle is 10 years old and lives in Highlands Ranch. She played in 22 JGAC events this year and finished in the Top 3 twenty times! Adrielle won ten tournaments this year, and finished off the year ranked first on the Girls 10 & Under Points List. The golfer Adrielle looks up to most is Arnold Palmer, and her advice to all golfers is to always have a smile. Congratulations Adrielle!

Brayden Destefano - 10 & Under Boys

 

Brayden is 11 years old and lives in Colorado Springs. He had 12 Top 3s this year, including 8 victories. Brayden competed in the IMG Junior Worlds Championship and was part of the Colorado state champion PGA Jr League team. Brayden wants to be a professional golfer when he grows up, and the golfer he looks up to most is Rickie Fowler. He capped off a stellar season by finishing first on the Boys 10 & Under Points list. Congratulations Brayden!

Alena Kasanicky - 11-13 Series Girls

 

Alena is 12 years old and lives in Longmont. Alena finished in the Top 5 in all 21 events she played in this year and won 8 times, including 6 wins in a row to close out the season. She wants to be a professional golfer when she grows up, and her favorite class in school is beekeeping. Alena finished the year on top of the Girls 11-13 Points List. Congratulations Alena!

Nathan Kim - 11-13 Series Boys

 

Nathan is 13 years old and lives in Castle Pines. Nathan had 9 Top 5s and 3 victories in JGAC events this year. Nathan was an Academic All-Star and he wants to be a doctor or engineer when he grows up. If he could change one rule of golf he would allow 15 clubs instead of 14. Nathan finished the year as the leader of our Boys 11-13 Points List. Congratulations Nathan!

Caitlyn Chin - 14-18 Series Girls

 

Caitlyn is 12 years old and lives in Greenwood Village. She played up in the 14-18 Series and Tour divisions this year and had a stellar season. Caitlyn had 10 Top-5 finishes and six Series wins. Caitlyn was an Academic All-Star and says she doesn’t have a favorite pump up song because her parents won’t let her buy air pods. Caitlyn was our Girls 14-18 Series points leader for the year. Congratulations Caitlyn!

Yusuke Ogi - 14-18 Series Boys

 

Yusuke is 15 years old and goes to Arvada West high school. This year he had 6 Top-5 finishes and three victories, including the 14-18 Series Championship. He shot his low score of 72 three times this year. Yusuke is an Academic All-Star and wants to be a professional golfer. Yusuke finished the year on top of the Boys 14-18 Series points list. Congratulations Yusuke!

Charlotte Hillary - JGAC Tour Girls

 

Charlotte is a high school senior and had another successful season on the national level and here in Colorado. She represented Colorado in the Girls Junior Americas Cup where she placed 3rd individually, had a Top-3 finish at the AJGA Hale Irwin Colorado Junior, and won the AJGA Junior at Big Sky in Montana. Charlotte recently qualified with Hailey Schalk for the U.S. Women’s Four-Ball Championship, and will be playing college golf at Northwestern University starting next year.

Dillon Stewart - JGAC Tour Boys

 

Dillon was a 2019 graduate from Fort Collins who currently plays golf at Oklahoma State University. Dillon won two JGAC majors this year—the Colorado Junior PGA Championship and the Colorado Junior Amateur Championship—and qualified for the U.S. Junior Amateur. For the second year in a row Dillon represented Colorado in the Junior Americas Cup.

Most Improved Players

Most Improved Players

Most Improved Players

Each year, a boy and girl are awarded with a “Most Improved Player Award”. Scoring average, player attitude, overall growth and points accumulation are used in the committee’s determination of recipients.

Elan Fleetwood - Parker, CO

Elan is a 16-year-old junior at Legend High School, who also had a transformational 2019. Elan’s best JGAC finish before this year was 3rd, and she had never played a Tour event. This year she won three Series events and played in 7 Tour events, including one major. She also lowered her handicap by 8.3 strokes from the beginning of the year to today. Congratulations Elan on a great year, and keep up the great work!

   



Kyle Leydon - Commerce City, CO

Kyle is a 15-year-old freshman at Brighton High School. Kyle truly had a breakout year in 2019. In 2017 his top finish was 10th in an 11-13 Series event, and he did not play in any JGAC events in 2018. This year Kyle had 7 Top-5 finishes, including two victories, and finished 2nd on the 14-18 Series Points list. He also lowered his handicap by 4.5 strokes in just 7 months this year. Congratulations Kyle on the tremendous strides you made this year!

   
All-Stars

All-Stars

All-Stars

JGAC recognizes junior accomplishments by naming an All-Star Team comprised of both boys and girls. Team members are selected by the JGAC Staff and will be recognized accordingly. Recognition is, in part, determined from the final JGAC Tournament Players' Point Lists.

JGAC 10 & Under Girls

JGAC 10 & Under Boys

Adrielle Miller
Taylor Wilson
Jadie Wilson
Brynn Balliet
Amalei Lagrimas

Brayden Destefano
Collen Todd
James Flaxbeard
Hudson Stutzman
Grady Ortiz

JGAC 11-13 Girls

JGAC 11-13 Boys

Alena Kasanicky
Ashleigh Wilson
Addison Hines
Maddie Makino
Hope Torres

Nathan Kim
Will Balliet
Matai Naqica
Ross Miller
Frank Lockwood

JGAC 14-18 Girls

JGAC 14-18 Boys

Caitlyn Chin
Elan Fleetwood
Trinity Stuart
Hadley Ashton
Lily Nelson

Yusuke Ogi
Kyle Leydon
Ben Harding
Dylan Everett
Benjamin Chin Jr.

JGAC Tour Girls

JGAC Tour Boys

Charlotte Hillary
Kaylee Chen
Aubri Braecklein
Lauren Lehigh
Caroline Jordaan

Dillon Stewart
Connor Jones
TJ Shehee
Jack Hughes
Walker Franklin

Academic All-Stars

Academic All-Stars

Academic All-Stars

The Junior Golf Alliance of Colorado recognizes those members who have displayed outstanding academic achievements within the classroom for the academic school year. Upon completion of the season, the JGAC recognized the following students who have proven to be Academic All-Stars through achieving a 3.0 and above (or equivalent) on a 4.0 scale.
 
Emaan Adil Nick Fallin Ashley Kozlowski Kailer Rundiks
Christian Agelopoulos Nolan Farrar Brooke Kramer Ryan Sangchompuphen
Ewan Albright Nicole Fatovic Benjamin Kriech Spencer Schlagel
Gavin Amella Jack Finch Drew Laake Jack Schubert
Elisandro Aragon Tyler Findlow Gisella Lagrimas Isabella Scott
Brendan Archer Jack Flaherty Amalei Lagrimas Travis Seitz
Amira Badruddin Bobby Flaherty Noah Larchick Suchit Sharma
Savannah Balint Charlie Flaxbeard Will Leary Brady Shaw
Brynn Balliet James Flaxbeard Jake Legg TJ Shehee
Jamie Banghart Jeth Fogg Katelyn Lehigh Timbre Shehee
Parker Beasley Oscar Ford Lauren Lehigh Isabella Short
Katie Berrian Kaden Ford Jack Leibold Jack Siler
Liam Beshoar Nick Formby Emily Kate Lisle Aidan Sim
Pierce Bickerton Jaxon Franklin Frank Lockwood Windrem Smith
Logan Biggerstaff Walker Franklin Davis Long Mena Song-Lew
Andrew Blair John Fredericks Josh Lowrey Jack Stafford
Christian Blair Brendan Fricke Josee Lurcott John Stevens
Emmett Bleem Oliver Gibbons Macallister Lurcott Peter Stinar
Caroline Brandon Jacob Gilbert Mason Magley Molly Stratton
Davis Bryant Devin Gilbreath Katherine Malcolm Blake Sullivan
Emma Bryant Anthony Giordano Aidan Mann Carter Surofchek
Dylan Bundy Alexander Goeltl Natasha McClain Hunter Swanson
Caleb Busta Jonas Graham Cole McCoy Sydney Taylor
Logan Byler Christopher Gunlikson Cal McCoy Leanne Telle
Qwenton Caldwell Taylor Hale Sarah McDevitt Conner Thomas
Cody Caldwell Logan Hale Campbell McFadden Dawson Thulin
Paige Carlson Kalai Hamlin Piper McFadden Jack Tickle
Owen Casey Sam Hammock Gavin McWhorter Collen Todd
William Chadwick Ben Harding Benjamin Medina Jack Tourault
Kaylee Chen Maryn Harlow Andrew Merz Lauren Tucker
Christina Cheng Corbin Harris Grant Meyers Taylor Tucker
Emily Cheng Booth Hayes Bennett Meyers Charlie Tucker
Benjamin Chin Allie Henson William Mitchell Zach Tyson
Caitlyn Chin Max Heupel Jessica Morrissey Tyler Tyson
Alyssa Chin Thomas Hicks Tyler Mulligan James Wagner
Ella Chism Charlotte Hillary Roger Nakagawa Sean Wallace
Sofia Choi Carter Hinkle Zach Nehm Kelsey Webster
Noah Clough Clara Hosman Max Noffsinger Max Weisser
Christian Cohan Landon Houska Brittlynn O'Dell Jake Welch
Alex Colby Kylee Hughes Yusuke Ogi Gabrielle Werst
Jax Collins Freddie Ingham Kota Ogi Jacob Whelan
Alexis Cunningham Kaylee Jacobs Liam O'Halloran Matthew Wilkinson
Benjamin Daane Jack Jacobsen Finn Olson Blake Williams
Garrett Dalton Jordan Jennings Eshaan Palanati Blake Williams
Mitchell Davis Clara Jeon Sam Patrick Jadie Wilson
Mario Dino Rhett Johnson Will Perez Ashleigh Wilson
Dakota Dolph Hadley Johnson Eva Pett Taylor Wilson
Jake Dost Hardy Johnson Livia Pett Liam Wood
Drex Duffy Connor Jones Elaina Phiel Garrett Wood
Raven DuKane Trey Jones Carlo Pine Colin Young
Graham Dzengelewski Caroline Jordaan Dylan Pyle Grace Young
Sydney Elder Marie Jordaan Nathan Rabuck Max Zadvorny
Wesley Erling Nathan Kim Benjamin Reifschneider Jessica Zapf
Dylan Everett Holden Kleager Keaton Rich Ian Zweifel
Ryan Falender Carter Kovarik Maya Romero  

2018 Award Recipients

2017 Award Recipients

2016 Award Recipients