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Walker competes against golfers from around the world

DCHS student Isaac Walker drives in the RiverWatch AJGA Junior tournament.

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Local DCHS student golfer Isaac Walker qualified and competed in the AJGA Junior tournament held last week RiverWatch Golf Club.
It was the first time RiverWatch played host to the world-class competition that had 78 golfers from 12 states and four foreign countries, ages 12-19, competing in the 54-hole, stroke-play tournament.
“It’s been really great,” said tournament director Adam Rogers about competing at RiverWatch. “The owners Jeff and Ann Lacy are excellent to work with. The course is very comparable to others in the Northeast and Florida region.”
Golfers had to prequalify or qualify at the open during the ...

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