Recap: RocketTour Players Championship

Fayetteville, GA The Peggy Kirk Bell Girls’ Golf Tour headed to Fayetteville, GA for the final round of the RocketTour Players Championship at Whitewater Creek Country Club. 


Bell National

The final round of the RocketTour Players Championship had just about everything you could as for, including at one point a four-way tie for the lead on the back nine! It was Hailey Han (Duluth, GA 2025) who came in clutch playing her final seven holes in 2-under par to pull away and secure a five shot victory. GaEun Athena Yoo (Alpharetta, GA 2025) battled with Han all afternoon as they went back and forth for most of the round. Yoo would post a 81 and claim solo second place. Kallyn Black (Greensboro, GA 2026), Victoriah Kuranga (Ilorin, Nigeria 2024), and Georgia Blount (St Marys, GA 2026) all made two birdies on Sunday on their way to tying for third place with a score of 158 (+14) for the weekend.

1. Hailey Han (Duluth, GA 2025) / 74 + 77 = 151 (+7)

2.  GaEun Athena Yoo (Alpharetta, GA 2025) / 75 + 81 = 156 (+3)

T3. Kallyn Black (Greensboro, GA 2026) / 76 + 82 = 158 (+14)

T3. Victoriah Kuranga (Ilorin, Nigeria 2024) / 79 + 79 = 158 (+14)

T3. Georgia Blount (St Marys, GA 2026) / 79 + 79 = 158 (+14)


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Prep Preview

Alexandra Kennendy (Arden, NC 2026) entered the day tied for fifth place and four off the lead but after playing a nine hole stretch in three under, she was right at the top of the leaderboard. She would end up shooting 79 (+7) on Sunday and win by two strokes. Overnight leader Kate Roberts (Phoenixville, PA 2024) birdied two holes on her front nine but it wouldn’t be enough and she would wind up in second place. Malerie Lague (Huntersville, NC 2025) and Kelsey Sciacca (Charlotte, NC 2026) would tie for third place with a score of 166 (+22) for the weekend. Hayden Cherry (Brentwood, TN 2026) birdied two holes on Sunday and finished in fifth place.

1. Alexandra Kennendy (Arden, NC 2026) / 84 + 79 = 163 (+19)

2. Kate Roberts (Phoenixville, PA 2024) / 80 + 85 = 165 (+21)

T3. Malerie Lague (Huntersville, NC 2025) / 83 + 83 = 166 (+22)

T3. Kelsey Sciacca (Charlotte, NC 2026) / 85 + 81 = 166 (+22)

5. Hayden Cherry (Brentwood, TN 2026) / 84 + 83 = 167 (+23)


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Futures National

Aerin Kim (Johns Creek, GA 2027) entered the final round eight shots off the lead but put early pressure on the leaders by bettering her opening round by fourteen strokes! She matched the low round of the tournament with a Sunday 74 (+2). Madison Woodrum (Statesboro, GA 2029) would be able to hold onto her lead though by playing her last five holes in even par including a clutch up and down to win on her last hole. Alyssa Zhang (Allison Park, PA 2028) made four birdies during her final round helping to secure third place. Hailey Jung (Johns Creek, GA 2029) and Emma Marshall (Bremen, GA 2025) played steady golf on Sunday and they would finish fourth and fifth, respectively, for the tournament.

1. Madison Woodrum (Statesboro, GA 2029) / 80 + 81 = 161 (+17)

2. Aerin Kim (Johns Creek, GA 2027) / 88 + 74 = 162 (+18)

3. Alyssa Zhang (Allison Park, PA 2028) / 83 + 82 = 165 (+21)

4. Hailey Jung (Johns Creek, GA 2029) / 87 + 82 = 169 (+25)

5. Emma Marshall (Bremen, GA 2025) / 84 + 86 = 170 (+26)


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We would like to thank Whitewater Creek Country Club for their hospitality this weekend and to all the players for another exciting RocketTour Players Championship! Congratulations to our champions and medalists on an excellent weekend!


About the PKBGT

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