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Hall of Fame

The Hall of Fame is a representation of the players that have had the best all around careers on the Golfweek Junior Tour. The players profiled below have received numerous accolades, won high school state championships, and won tournaments at the national level. Hall of Fame members get in by way of meeting the criteria. The criteria is as follows: 4 career GJT wins at any level with at least 2 in the 14-19 Boys overall age group or 2 in the 15-19 Girls age group*. 

High School Class of 2024

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Davis Gochenouer

Davis joined the Golfweek Hall of Fame in the fall of 2022 with his victory at the University Club of Kentucky. He has displayed remarkable consistency with 17 top 10s in just 20 events. Davis currently has five career GJT wins and a lifetime scoring average of 75.0. Davis will be joining the golf team at he University of Mississippi once he's done with high school

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Vaughn Harber

Vaughn has eight victories during his Golfweek Junior Tour career. Vaughn entered the HOF by making a birdie on the first hole of a playoff at Gibson Bay Golf Course. He has an amazing 29 top ten finishes in his career. Vaughn sports a career GJT scoring average of 76.1. He'll continue on with the Ohio State University golf team once he has graduated.

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Ieuan Jones

Ieuan has won 10 tournaments during his GJT career. He has amassed a whopping 28 top 5 finishes in 42 starts. He won 3 straight tournaments to start the 2021-2022 season that propelled him into the Golfweek Junior Tour Hall of Fame. Ieuan has a career scoring average of 73.4.

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Jacob Settles

Jacob has racked up four wins during his time on the Golfweek Junior Tour. He has ten top 10s and eight top 5s in just 11 career tournaments started. He joined the Hall of Fame after a -8 in May 2023 at Darby Creek. Jacob owns one of the lowest career GJT scoring averages at 72.7. He will play golf for the Kentucky Wildcats once his high school career wraps up.

*In 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 there was no Boys 14-19 division. The Boys 13-19 division takes the place of that for those years. For a win to count towards the Hall of Fame criteria, the following field sizes must be met: Boys 14-19 (20 players need to start the event), Boys 14-15 (15 players need to start the event), Boys 16-19 (15 players need to start the event), Boys 13 and Under (10 players need to start the event), Girls 15-19 (10 players need to start the event), Girls 14 and Under (5 players need to start the event), Girls Overall (12 players need to start the event).

Updated 9/24/23

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