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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 2026

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Caden Baker

Caden joined the Golfweek Junior Tour with his win at Purdue's Ackerman Course in the summer of 2024. The victory was his fourth on tour and helped him pick up a win on his fourth different course in Indiana. Caden's low round on Tour is a 67 at Purdue's Ackerman-Allen Course and he boasts a career scoring average of 74.1. 

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Ava Bunker

Ava has racked up 10 wins on the Golfweek Junior Tour. She started on the Tour in 2020, and has been a model on consistency with 22 top 5 finishes in 24 starts. She is one of the youngest players to make the Hall of Fame at the time of her induction. Ava sports a career average of 75.6, one of the best in Tour history. Ava will play the Indiana University in the fall of 2026. 

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Meadow Tian

With her 67 at Harmony Landing in the spring of 2023, Meadow became the first player to make the Golfweek Hall of Fame as a freshman in high school. She currently has 11 wins on the Golfweek Junior Tour. Meadow boasts an excellent career scoring average of 74.2.

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Athena Singh

After a birdie to capture her second win a row via playoff at the 

University Club of Kentucky, Athena became the second freshman in history to make the Golfweek Hall of Fame. Athena has eight career wins in just 15 starts on the GJT. She has one of the better career scoring averages in GJT history at 75.3.

*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 7/19/24

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Cooper Reitsma

Cooper shot into the Hall of Fame with four wins in less than a year. He wound up in the Hall of Fame before he even played his tenth even on Tour.  His back to back wins at Dayton Country Club and the University of Michigan Golf Course in the summer of 2024 earned him his spot. Cooper boasts a career coring average of 73.4.   

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