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Eighth-grader big for Christ School at Palmetto

Eighth-grader Carson Ownbey helped Christ School overcome the absence of Clemson commit Jonathan Rector by carding a 3-over 75 Thursday and helping his team qualify for the championship flight at the Palmetto High School Invitational

After Furman release, Townsend to be SMU walk-on

Forsyth Country Day School's Gray Townsend decided to walk on at SMU after being granted a release from his national letter of intent with Furman in February. Now, his focus is back on helping his high school team to another state title.

Tseng to host AJGA invitational for girls in 2014

Yani Tseng is the latest in a contingent of LPGA and PGA Tour players to sign their name to an AJGA event. Tseng, along with the Taiwan-based Swinging Skirts Golf Foundation, will host the Yani Tseng Invitational from 2014-16 in southern California.

Khang finds long overdue AJGA title at Ping Invite

For Megan Khang, an AJGA title seemed long overdue. Khang will turn 16 this week, but the petite player from Rockland, Mass., seems as if she’s been on the junior golf scene forever.

Latanna Stone, now 11, enrolls at IMG Academy

Not quite a year after making headlines as “the 10-year-old” who qualified for the 2012 U.S. Women’s Amateur, Latanna Stone has announced her decision to enroll at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla.

Meet Taylor Coleman, star of North Texas LPGA

Taylor Coleman was the talk of Las Colinas after storming to the top of the leaderboard as a little-known Texas teenager.

Spots reserved for juniors in North Texas LPGA Shootout

Two spots have been reserved for top junior girls in this month’s North Texas LPGA Shootout.

UCLA signee Zheng earns Symetra Tour start

Yvonne Zheng has earned a spot in the Symetra Tour’s next Florida stop, the Guardian Retirement Championship at Sara Bay, to be played April 26-28 in Sarasota, Fla.

Moodie asks Euro juniors to focus on Jr. Solheim Cup

Janice Moodie had a bit of sage advice for European Junior Solheim Cup hopefuls in advance of the Spanish International Ladies’ Amateur.

Strom could be the next international sensation

Sweden's Linnea Strom could be the next international sensation. The 16-year-old has her eye on playing college golf in the U.S.

Lee won't defend Annika title, but plans for busy summer

Defending champion Alison Lee won't attempt a title defense at this weekend's AJGA Annika Invitational, but Golfweek's top-ranked junior still has a full summer schedule planned.

AJGA permits use of rangefinders for 2013 events

The AJGA has adopted a note to Rule 14-3 in the USGA Rules of Golf that allows juniors to use distance-measuring devices in AJGA competition.

Pagila will serve country, play golf at West Point

Justin Pagila will be able to combine his golf talents with his quest to serve his country at West Point.

Sierra Brooks, 14, about to hit her stride

By the time Sierra Brooks had completed her first AJGA Wyndham Cup on July 26, she had compiled an individual record of 3-1-0 and was celebrating on Bay Hill’s 18th green with the winning East team.

Q&A: Steve Molinelli, caddie by the Bay

Caddie Steve Molinelli is a popular Bay Area looper, tending to the bag for Colt Knost at the 2007 U.S. Amateur and providing the service for Casie Cathrea at the U.S. Girls' Junior this past week.

For Danielson, one close call at Girls' Jr. was enough

Casey Danielson has yet to see the Golden Gate Bridge this week. There will be time for that later – a lot of time.

Local girl Cathrea rebounds with 66 at Lake Merced

There are perks to sleeping in your own bed during a national championship, and the ability to stick to a routine is one of them.

Khang qualifies for Women's Open, wins pro event

When Megan Khang plays the U.S. Women’s Open in July, she’d like to be paired with someone who matches her 5-foot-1 stature. Among the candidates is LPGA player Ai Miyazato.

Renovations under way for Gilchrist practice facility

For now, Sarabande Golf Club looks more like a motocross track than a golf course. But by the end of August, Ben Pauluhn hopes it will provide students at Gary Gilchrist Golf Academy a one-of-a-kind practice experience.

Q&A: Chris Childers, PGA junior-golf manager

Before the Americans and Europeans duel at Medinah, the world’s best junior players will compete at the eighth annual Junior Ryder Cup on Sept. 24-25 at Olympia Fields (Ill.).

Palmetto Championship: Final Round

After two rounds, the individual title at the Palmetto High School Championship came down to a playoff. Charlotte Country Day took the team title.

Palmetto Championship: Round 1

Players from some of the leading schools share their frustrations about the inclement weather at the Palmetto High School Championship.

18 holes with Katelyn Dambaugh

This Pinewood Prep sophomore is not intimidated by the male-dominated field. Golfweek.com follows the 2010 U.S. Girls' Junior runner-up through her qualifying round at the Palmetto High School Golf Championship.

Golfweek Junior Series at Longbow: Highlights

Longbow proved to be a challenge for some, but others stepped up their game in order to qualify for the Golfweek Junior Invitational.

Golfweek Jr: 18 Holes with Paige Spiranac

Paige Spiranac has already qualified for the Golfweek Junior Invitational, but says that taking on Longbow is a personal challenge.

18 holes with Trisha Witherby

Trisha Witherby is competing in the Golfweek Junior Series at Willbrook plantation. Golfweek.com followed the 2009 Indiana state champion throughout her opening round.

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