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UNC Golf commit David Ford rallies to win Junior Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass


David Ford of Peachtree Corners, Georgia, birdied his first two holes to start a rally from seven strokes back, carding a 66 to win the Junior Players Championship by two shots on Sunday. Ford, a high school senior who has committed to North Carolina, began the day's round at 1-over par and finished at 5-under 211. Ford has won his last two AJGA starts. (USA Today)

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