USGA’s Junior Girls Championship tees off at Nicklaus-designed Sycamore Hills - Nicklaus Companies

USGA’s Junior Girls Championship tees off at Nicklaus-designed Sycamore Hills

Many of the top junior girls in the world will compete this week at Sycamore Hills Golf Club, a Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course in Fort Wayne, Ind., for the 65th U.S. Junior Girls Championship. The field features competitors from 12 countries and 31 states, ranging from ages 12 to 17.
Of the 156 championship competitors in the field, 94 are competing in the event for their first time. Of the returning players, the biggest name is Minkee Lee, the 17-year-old Australian and the defending champion. Lee enters this week’s tournament tough, with wins in the Australian Women’s Amateur, Australian Girls’ Amateur and Western Australian Amateur so far this year.

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