Twenty-Seven JGAA golfers from Arizona sign National Letters of Intent to play collegiate golf

Kelly Su of Scottsdale signed on to be a Wildcat at Northwestern

The Junior Golf Association of Arizona (JGAA) announced that 27 junior golfers in the program signed National Letters of Intent to play collegiate golf.

“This time of year is special for all of us at the JGAA,” said Scott McNevin, Executive Director. “We like to think of the JGAA as a springboard to greater things to come, no matter what our members plan to do after moving through our program. We are very proud of everyone who signed National Letters of Intent to play college golf, and we wish them much success.”

Abe Elmore–Winona State University; Andrew Webb–Northwest Christian University; Anya Ross–Minot State University; Blake Lorenz–University of Oklahoma; Cade Weber–University of Kansas; Cameron Barzekoff–Boise State University; Cayla Clark–Dixie State University; Davis Evans–Arizona State University; Hannah May–Southern New Hampshire University; Hallie Lawson–Pima Community College; Jack Call–Fort Lewis College; Jack Picton–Valparaiso University; Jack Whisler–University of San Diego; Jonathan Walters–Western Carolina University; Kaitlynn Criswell–Minot State University; Katie Allen–Creighton University; Katie Wilson–Creighton University; Kelly Su–Northwestern University; Madasyn Pettersen–Grand Canyon University; Mason Nam–Lipscomb University; Max Engel–Colorado School of Mines; Nick Hedman–Grand Canyon University; Ryan Moquin–Hofstra University; Sloane Van Zanen–Stonehill College; Sydnee DiMascio–Chapman University; Turner Kahn–Paradise Valley; Tyler Coxworth–Mesa Community College.