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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 2025

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Peyton Blackard

Peyton has racked up an incredible 15 victories and counting, tied for first all-time. Peyton joined the Hall of Fame after posting a 12 under, 132 total in the fall of his sophomore year. He became the youngest player at the time to ever make the HOF in September of 2022. He holds a career scoring average of 73.6. Peyton will play golf at Notre Dame once high school is over. 

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Skylar Dean

Skylar has five victories in her Golfweek Junior Tour career. She cemented her spot in the Hall of Fame by posting an eagle-birdie finish to win by seven strokes at Darby Creek in May of 2023. She is the first girl from the 2025 class to get into the HOF. Skylar owns a career scoring average of 78.3.

Finley Bartlett

Finley has been outstanding since he first started on the Golfweek Junior Tour back in 2019. In that time, he has racked up 11 wins and counting. Finley has posted eight career rounds in the 60s with a low of 65 at NorthStar Golf Club. He sports a GJT career scoring average of 73.1 After high school, Finley will join the golf team at Ohio State University.

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CJ Scohy

CJ has amassed 5 victories on the Golfweek Junior Tour. He picked up five wins in the 2022-2023 season and joined the HOF with his win at Darby Creek Golf Course. He boasts a career low round on the Tour of 69, which he shot twice in wins at Darby Creek and at Pipestone. CJ owns a career scoring record of 75.9.

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Cayse Morgan

Cayse has posted 9 career wins on the Golfweek Junior Tour. He birdied the first hole of a playoff at Harmony Landing after shooting 67 to earn his spot in the HOF. Cayse joined the HOF in the spring of his sophomore year, making him one of the youngest players in the HOF at the time of induction. He has a 74.1 career scoring average. Cayse will be playing for Xavier University in 2025.

*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 11/5/23

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Brayden Miller

Brayden stormed his way into the Golfweek Junior Tour Hall of Fame with two wins to start the 2023-2024 season. In both of those wins, he never shot a round in the 70s, with four straight rounds in the 60s. Brayden currently sits on 12 career wins and sports an elite 72.3 career scoring average. He'll head off to the University of Cincinnati once high school is over.

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Cameron Phillips

Cameron has racked up seven Golfweek Junior Tour wins in his decorated junior career. He has always had the ability to go low, and his seven rounds in the 60s back that up. He shot a career low 134 over two days at Guyan GCC in 2023. Cameron has amassed a career scoring record of 73.8.

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Sam Fauver

Sam earned his way into the Golfweek Junior Tour Hall of Fame with his four victories and counting. In just 10 career starts on the Tour, Sam has racked up nine top 10s and seven top 5 finishes. He owns one of the best lifetime scoring averages in GJT history with a 73.5 for his career.

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