2017 Western Junior champion William Mouw of Chino, California, will to defend his title June 18-21 at Evanston Golf Club in Skokie, Illinois.
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Mouw to defend Western Junior title at Evanston
GOLF, IL (June 4) - William Mouw of Chino, California, will attempt to become the first player in 77 years to repeat as Western Junior champion when Evanston Golf Club in Skokie, Illinois, hosts the 101st Western Junior next month.
The event, to be held June 18-21, will feature Mouw and an international field of 156 top junior players, all vying to win the country’s oldest national junior golf championship.
Mouw, a 17-year-old AJGA Rolex All-American who has committed to play college golf at Pepperdine, strolled away from the field at Park Ridge Country Club in Park Ridge, Illinois, to win the 100th Western Junior. His 72-hole total of 266 tied the 72-hole record set by Hunter Mahan in 1999 on the Tradition course at Treetops Sylvan Resort in Michigan.
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