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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 Member Will Zalatoris Becomes 4th TJGT Player to Win US Junior AmateurJuly 26, 2014
TJGT member Will Zalatoris won the U.S. Junior Amateur on Saturday, beating Davis Riley 5 and 3 in the 36-hole final at The Club at Carlton Woods. He became the 4th TJGT player (5th win) to win the prestigious award joining former TJGT players Cory Whitsett, Jordan Spieth (x2), and Matthew Rosenfeld, more than any other junior tour besides the AJGA. Zalatoris, the son of TJGT Board Member Richard Zalatoris and Wake Forest signee, had the edge in experience, playing in his fifth U.S. Junior Amateur, which ties a record for the most appearances.
The 17-year-old Zalatoris, from Plano, holed out from 115 yards for eagle on the 32nd hole — the par-4 14th on the Nicklaus Course — to take a 4-up lead and ended the match with a par win on the 33rd hole.
The 17-year-old Riley, from Hattiesburg, Mississippi, finished second for the second straight year. Last year, he fell 3 and 2 to Scottie Scheffler at Martis Camp in Truckee, California.
Zalatoris, the rising Wake Forest freshman making his record-tying fifth appearance in the event, tied it with a birdie on the par-4 18th and took a 2-up lead with birdie wins on the par-4 19th and 20th holes.
Riley, set to play at Alabama, won the par-3 21st with a birdie to cut his deficit to a hole, but Zalatoris won the par-4 23rd with a par and the par-5 26th with a birdie to take a 3-up lead. Riley cut it to two holes with a birdie on the par-4 29th, and Zalatoris pushed the margin back to three with a par win on the par-3 30th hole.
Both players earned spots in the U.S. Amateur next month at Atlanta Athletic Club.
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