Since the PKBGT began in 2007, our goal has been to provide an opportunity and a space for girls to compete and be noticed by collegiate coaches.

We are excited to announce that just 12 years later, over 800 girls have committed or signed to play collegiate golf! A HUGE congratulations to the Class of 2019, who signed their National Letters of Intent over the past week to play collegiate golf!!

Join our mission in continuing to grow these opportunities for girls to compete and be noticed-


The Peggy Kirk Bell Girls’ Golf Tour was well represented on National Signing Day. In total, 33 current PKB members signed their National Letter of Intent. By inking a commitment to their respective school, each player reached the culmination of the hard work they put in since first picking up a club.

In total, the Class of 2019 committed to 30 different teams throughout 12 states between two NCAA Divisions. While some players are making the tour’s first mark on a collegiate program, others will feel right at home joining several PKB alumni turned teammates.

You can find a full album of photos from National Signing Day by clicking here. Now, we highlight each individual’s incredible accomplishments below!

First Timers

2019 will mark the first PKB representation on four new campuses. These players will open the door for their fellow tour members to follow their footsteps in future years and showcase the talents of the PKBGT to coaches who’ve never before experienced the culture.

Ainsley Cowart (Winston, GA)-Troy University

Sophie Guo (Orlando, FL)-University of Texas (Austin)

Morgan Pankow (New Albany, OH)-University of Miami (FL)  

Therese Warner (Kennewick, WA)- University of Arizona

Package Deals

These Class of 2019 PKBGT members will be packing their bags and heading out to their new schools together as fellow freshmen teammates.

Lauren Denhard (Salisbury, NC) and Carmen Tucker (Fayetteville, NC)- Belmont Abbey College

Emilia Pack (Browns Summit, NC) and Peyton Gillespie (Greenville, SC)- Queens University

Kendall Turner (Chesapeake, VA) and Johnna Parlett (Dunkirk, MD)- James Madison University

Filling Vacant Shoes

The following Class of 2019 commits will be the only PKBGT representation on their collegiate teams. Whether following a graduating senior or the first player in several seasons, these players are ready to bring the PKBGT way back to campus.

Lauren Beaudreau (Lemont, IL)- Notre Dame University [Last player: Maddie Hamilton (2015)]

Caroline Craig (Sautee Nacoochee, GA)- University of Georgia [Last player: Bailey Tardy (2015)]

Caroline Curtis (Richmond, VA)- University of Alabama [Last player: Lauren Stephenson (2015)]

Jordan Kirkley (McBee, SC)- North Greenville University [Last player: Anna Padgett (2010)]

Cynthia Tu (Vienna, VA)- Brigham Young University [Last player: Kendra Dalton (2014)]

Joining the Force

The remaining members of the commits in the Class of 2019 will be joining PKB alumni currently on their team of choice. All together they will continue to represent the PKBGT and make the tour proud.

Jensen Castle (West Columbia, SC)- University of Kentucky

Emma Charles (Hartsville, SC)- Anderson University

Rebecca DiNunzio (Norfolk, VA)- Virginia Tech University

Jayde Dudley (Roanoke, VA)- Radford University

Mallory Fobes (East Bend, NC)- University of North Carolina-Wilmington

Lauren Freyvogel (Gibsonia, PA)- Penn State University

Anna Grace-Brock (Greenwood, SC)- University of North Carolina-Greensboro

Grace Greene (Apex, NC)- Barton College

Michelle Harn (Charlotte, NC)- High Point University

Elle Johnson (Inman, SC)- Florida State University

Rachel Kuehn (Asheville, NC)- Wake Forest University

Anna Morgan (Spartanburg, SC)- Furman University

Jayla Rogers (Wilmington, NC)- North Carolina A&T State University

Ryann Sinclair (Mooresville, NC)- North Carolina State University

Emily Swords (Liberty, SC)- Southern Wesleyan University

Nichole Trombetta (Poquoson, VA)- Lander University

Bailee Twiford (Coinjock, NC)- Western Carolina University

Muskan Uppal (Cornelius, NC)- University of Richmond

Cindy Zhou (Ont, CAN)- William and Mary

The Peggy Kirk Bell Girls’ Golf Tour is an initiative of the Triad Youth Golf Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit foundation aimed at increasing learning and playing opportunities for youth golfers. Based out of Greensboro, North Carolina, the PKBGT offers affordable, high-quality nationally ranked girls’ golf tournaments designed to prepare junior girls’ golfers for high school and collegiate golf. The PKBGT is the nation’s largest “girls’ only” junior tour with over 700 members in 2018 and 750 girls playing in or committed to collegiate golf. Learn more about the tour at or by contacting Tour Director Mike Parker at or 336-347-8537.