PGA Junior League golfers find success at Drive, Chip and Putt National Finals

By The PGA of America
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PGA Junior League golfers find success at Drive, Chip and Putt National Finals

Eight junior golfers – four boys and four girls – were crowned champions at the fourth annual #DriveChipAndPutt National Finals held Sunday, April 2, at Augusta National Golf Club. We hope you caught the broadcast live on Golf Channel Sunday!

ICYMI, there were 19 #PGAJLG 2016 or 2017 participants in the field! Help us wish them a BIG congratulations by sharing this story with others.

FULL COVERAGE: 2017 Drive, Chip and Putt Championship

Here's how they did:

Girls 7-9

  • 9th: Sirina Ganne – Holmdel, New Jersey
  • 10th: Mia Herendeen – Bellevue, Washington

Girls 10-11

  • Tied for 5th: Catherine Qiu – Great Falls, Virginia
  • Tied for 5th: Chelsea She – Buffalo Grove, Illinois
  • 7th: Kennedy Swedick – Altamont, New York
  • 8th: Lyla Louderbaugh – Buffalo, Missouri

Girls 12-13

  • Tied for 2nd: Megha Ganne – Holmdel, New Jersey
  • Tied for 6th: Nalani Sam – Anaheim Hills, California
  • 8th: Malia Schroeder – Arlington, Washington

Girls 14-15

  • 3rd: Jackie Feldman – Austin, Texas

Boys 7-9

  • Tied for 2nd: Tyler Mawhinney – Fleming Island, Florida
  • 4th: Ethan Ritter – New Albany, Ohio
  • Tied for 6th: Trevor Sikorski – West Grove, Pennsylvania

Boys 10-11

  • 7th: Howard Shu – Saratoga, California
  • Tied for 8th: Will Hennessee – Tulsa, Oklahoma

Boys 12-13

  • Tied for 4th: Evan Chien – Irvine, California
  • Tied for 7th: Marcus Page – Los Gatos, California
  • 9th: Austin Liao – Warren, New Jersey
  • 10th: Connor McNeely – Noblesville, Indiana

Registration is underway for both PGA Junior League Golf and Drive, Chip and Putt. Visit to find a team and sign up, and visit to find your local qualifier and register.

Are you gearing up for the 2017 #PGAJLG season? Make sure to share us your photos, videos and more with #PGAJLG.