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- Contacting Collegiate Coaches
- Navigating The Ping College Golf Guide with Founder Dean Frischknecht
- TJGT Conference Call with Pat Poel
- Interview with AJGA's Chandler Sweat
- Our Interview with Cindy Miller - Part 1
TJGT President Dave Jones interviewed by Golfweek.com's Asher Wildman
TJGT Tour President Dave Jones featured on Golfweek.com’s Junior Golf Podcast TJGT Tour President was featured on this week’s Golfweek.com’s Junior Golf Podcast with Asher Wildman. This was great exposure for the TJGT and its players as Dave got talk about the strength and depth of the tournament fields, the overall quality of the events, and the success rate, especially when it comes to playing college golf, of the TJGT alumni. Play Now
- The TJGT Tour Championship at Horseshoe Bay
- 2009 TJGT Traditions Invitational
- No tricks, only treats- The TJGT/OJGT Red River Challenge
- 2009 TJGT Sooner Invitaional
- Baylor Invitational Podcast
TJGT Player Marijosse Navarro In U.S. Girls’ Junior Championship FinalsJuly 26, 2014
TJGT player Marijosse Navarro and Princess Mary Superal have survived two rounds of stroke play and five rounds of match play, and now the two 17-year-olds will meet with the 2014 U.S. Girls’ Junior Championship title on the line.
Navarro, of Mexico, and Superal, of the Philippines, won their quarterfinal and semifinal matches on Friday to advance to Saturday’s 36-hole championship final at Forest Highlands Golf Club’s Meadow Course.
Both semifinal matches were nail-biting affairs. Navarro drained a spectacular, downhill 40-foot birdie on the 21st hole to eliminate Shelly Shin, 16, of Australia. Superal never trailed in her 2-up victory over Cindy Ha, 17, of Demarest, N.J., but had to survive her opponent’s fierce inward-nine comeback.
Navarro carried a 1-up lead to the turn, but Shin won the next three holes to take a 2-up advantage. Navarro reached the green in two at the par-5 14th, two-putting for birdie and chipping a hole off her deficit. Another birdie at the par-4 16th squared the match, and extra holes were necessary after the final two holes in regulation were halved.
Navarro had a prime opportunity to take the match at the first playoff hole when Shin’s second shot at the 14th found the pond fronting the green. With Navarro on in two, Shin’s fourth shot impressively nestled within 2 feet. Navarro three-putted for par, and Shin’s near tap-in extended the match.
Navarro ultimately took the victory on the 16th green. Faced with a long birdie try, the three-time Women’s Mexican Amateur champion calmly stroked her ball down the hill and into the hole. Shin’s birdie attempt from 25 feet to keep the match going rolled long.
“I was just trying to do my best and it went in,” said Navarro, who has already completed a semester at Texas A&M University after graduating high school last October. “It was too fast but thank God it went in.”
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