News and Notes: AJGA Stonehenge Junior Open

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By: Leah Flannigan, Communications Intern

Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, the AJGA Stonehenge Junior Open was a 54-hole stroke play competition played on the par-71 Stonehenge Golf Club in Winona Lake, Ind, The event featured 108 boys and 36 girls, ages 12-18, from 18 states, Canada, China, and Colombia. The Boys Division played the course at 6,799 yards while the Girls Division played the course at 5,983 yards.

Golf Club – Reminiscence of the Real thing

Stonehenge Golf
Club located in Winona Lake, Ind., gives tribute to the mysterious monument in
Wiltshire, England. With tee markers etched with the silhouette of the Stonehenge
statue and a clubhouse designed with the look of an old English castle,
Stonehenge Golf Club is a true motif of the original.

Club house


Cavalcade of
College Coaches

Coaches from
all over the Midwest filled the track at the AJGA Stonehenge Junior Open.
Schools in attendance included: University of Indiana, Purdue, University of
Illinois, Notre Dame, University of Northern Illinois, Miami University of
Ohio, University of Minnesota, Butler, University of Evansville, Michigan State
and Ohio University.

Check out
the August edition of the Insider to find out more about playing
golf in college!


Profile: William Petro

Petro of Warsaw Ind., played the AJGA Stonehenge Junior Open on his home
course, Stonehenge Golf Club. The- event marked the high school junior’s first
open event outside of high school tournaments. Petro shot a 69-68-77 to finish
tied for 20th at 1-over-par 214. A solid start for the new AJGA