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GJT Wraps Up Largest Year in History

The Golfweek Junior Tour just wrapped up its largest and most successful year in history, hosting over 3,000 players in 44 tournaments. Players in these events were committed to 70+ Division 1 schools including: Florida State, Vanderbilt, Purdue, Ohio State, Michigan, Georgia Tech, Michigan State, UNLV, Auburn, Wisconsin, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Illinois, Penn State, Clemson, Duke, Kentucky, Wake Forest, and more.

Numerous records fell throughout the year including the Boys 54 hole scoring record (now -17) and the Girls 36 hole scoring record (now -10). A record of 5 new players joined the Hall of Fame in 2018. On top of all the success on the Tour, many current and former players have achieved incredible success in other events as well. Here is a list of the larger tournaments they’ve won, and some of the awards they have garnered: Accomplishments

Coaches are always interested in knowing which players are committed to schools, so they can respect that player’s decision. The Golfweek Junior Tour has a very up-to-date list of their players that have committed to schools and the tournament standings each week also show this. You can find the full list here of college commitments organized by graduating year: College Commitments

  • Over 6,000 rounds played on Tour in 2018

  • 44 tournaments hosted

  • 27 states were represented by competitors

  • Over 70 D1 schools represented by committed players in 2018

  • Over 170 D1 schools represented in the history of the Tour

  • 2018 tournament winners committed to or enrolled at: Clemson, Vanderbilt, Michigan, Ohio State, LSU, Michigan State, Georgia Tech, Purdue, North Carolina, and more

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