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ANWA champion Anna Davis verbally commits to Auburn

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Anna Davis, the reigning Augusta Women’s Amateur Champion, has decided where she’s going to play golf in college – if she chooses to go that route, of course.

Davis, 16, announced on Monday that she has verbally committed herself to Auburn University by posting an Instagram photo of herself with Tigers coaches Melissa Luellen and Kim Hall. Her commitment came five days after her twin brother Billy verbally agreed to play for Auburn’s men’s team.

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Davis is ranked second in the 2024 class by the AJGA and is currently ranked 7th in the world amateur golf rankings. She burst onto the junior golf scene after winning the AJGA Ping Heather Farr Classic and the Girls Junior PGA Championship last year. She made her Augusta National debut, finishing fourth or higher five times in a row at national junior tournaments, and then edged out her LSU teammates Ingrid Lindblad and Latanna Stone last April for the ANWA crown.

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Her outstanding win earned her several professional eliminations—seven so far, including three major ones. Her best result so far was the T-50 at the LPGA Founders Cup in May of this year. She also hasn’t played in either junior or amateur individual competition since the ANWA, leaving options open after training.

The early signing period for the Class of 2024 will only begin next November.

“I leave the college option open; I’m leaving the tour option open,” Davis said in September about whether she would play golf in college or turn pro after high school. So let’s see what happens after school.

At this point, she heads to the Plains through two waterfalls.




Source: www.golfchannel.com

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