Class of 2024 Girls Individual Rankings

American

*Rankings and junior ranking metrics as of signing day, 2023

T1. Anna Davis, Auburn

JGS: 4 Rolex: 2 Golfweek: 1 US WAGR: 1

Davis, of California, has been busy representing the US this fall, first at the Junior Solheim Cup and next at the Junior Ryder Cup. What got her there is an impressive resume led by her win at the 2022 Augusta National Women's Amateur. Her 2022 accomplishments include top-3 finishes at the Junior Invitational at Sage Valley, AJGA Hilton Grand Vacations ANNIKA Invitational, Junior Orange Bowl International, and the AJGA Rolex Tournament of Champions. 2023 brought titles at Sage Valley and the Junior Orange Bowl, runner-up finishes at the Toyota Junior World Cup and the AJGA Mizuho Americas Open, and a quarter-final appearance at the US Women's Amateur. We'd say she's ready for Auburn lineups today.

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T1. Yana Wilson, Oregon

JGS: 1 Rolex: 1 Golfweek: 4 US WAGR: 3

Nevada native Wilson has also been busy representing the US at both the Junior Solheim Cup and the Junior Ryder Cup with teammate Davis. Her resume reads like a laundry list of accomplishments, with a list of championships including the 2022 US Junior Girls Championship, the 2022 AJGA Hilton Grand Vacations ANNIKA Invitational, the 2023 IJGT Elite Series #1, and the 2023 AJGA Mizuho Americas Open. Her top-3 finishes include the 2023 AJGA Ping Invitational, the 2023 Girls Junior PGA Championship, 2023 AJGA Rolex Girls Junior Championship, and the 2023 AJGA Ping Heather Farr Classic. She should make an impact immediate impact on Oregon lineups.

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3. Jasmine Koo, USC

JGS: 2 Rolex: 3 Golfweek: 6 US WAGR: 2

Another Californian, Jasmine Koo has made a habit of collecting wins in the last two seasons, which has kept her consistently near the top of the rankings. Her trophy collection includes championships at the 2023 Women's Western Amateur, 2023 AJGA Ping Invitational, 2022 Girls Junior America's Cup, 2022 AJGA Ping Heather Farr Classic, and the 2022 AJGA Sergio and Angela Garcia Foundation Junior Championship. Her top-5 finishes include the 2023 AJGA Fortinet Girls Invitational at Stanford, 2022 AJGA Rolex Girls Junior Championship, and the 2022 AJGA Mariah Stackhouse Girls Invitational. She also joined Wilson and Davis at the 2023 Junior Solheim Cup.

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4. Leigh Chien, Stanford

JGS: 3 Rolex: 4 Golfweek: 5 US WAGR: 4

Californian Chien rounds out a top-4 that have separated themselves from their competitors. The future Cardinal joined her above competitors in representing her country in both the Junior Solheim and Ryder Cups this fall. Her triumphs include wins at the 2021 Joanne Winter Arizona Silver Belle Championship and the 2022 AJGA Mariah Stackhouse Girls Invitational. She has posted consistent top-5 finishes at the 2023 US Girls Junior Championship, 2023 AJGA Fortinet Girls Invitational at Stanford, 2022 AJGA Rolex Tournament of Champions, and the 2022 Dye Junior Invitational. She also reached the quarter-finals at the 2022 US Women's Amateur.

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6. Gracie McGovern, TCU

JGS: 8 Rolex: 5 Golfweek: 7 US WAGR: 5

Arizona's McGovern has consistently found herself in the top-10 across all rankings this year. She owns titles at the 2023 AJGA Ping Heather Farr Classic and the 2022 Notah Begay National Championship. Completing her impressive resume is a runner-up finish at the 2022 Arizona Silver Belle Championship, 4th at the 2022 Gils Junior Americas Cup, and 5th at the 2022 IMG Academy Junior World Championship. In 2023, McGovern made the round of 64 at the US Women's Amateur.

7. Olivia Duan, Princeton

JGS: 6 Rolex: 17 Golfweek: 11 USWAGR: 7

Californian Duan is ready for the east coast as the #7 recruit on our list. Her wins in the past two years include the 2022 AJGA Junior at Dupont and the 2023 San Francisco City Women's Championship. Duan also boasts top-5 finishes at the 2023 Arizona Silver Belle Championship, 2023 AJGA Princeton Championship, 2022 San Francisco City Women's Championship, and the 2022 AJGA Mariah Stackhouse Girls Invitational.

8. Megan Meng, Northwestern

JGS: 9 Rolex: 8 Golfweek: 12

Meng, a New Jersey native, had a very successful 2022, with AJGA championships at the KJ Choi Foundation Junior Championship by SK Telecom and the Coca Cola Junior Championship at the Highlands, two Open top-5 finishes, and 4th at the AJGA Ping Invitational. She recently placed 3rd at eh 2023 AJGA Ping Invitational and 5th at the 2023 AJGA Girls Invitational. Meng had the honor of representing the US at the 2023 Junior Solheim Cup, and she qualified for match play at the 2023 US Women's Amateur.

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9. Kylie Chong, USC

JGS: 10 Rolex: 7 Golfweek: 15

California's Chong has had an excellent 2023 season to propel her into the top ten recruits of 2024, highlighted by a 2nd place finish at the Girls Junior PGA Championship and a win at the AJGA Junior at Hop Springs. She added two AJGA top-3 finishes to her resume at the Girls Invitational and the Polo Golf Junior Classic. Her finish at the Junior PGA earned her a spot on the US Junior Ryder Cup team. 2022 highlights include a strong 8th place at the Girls Junior PGA and a match play appearance at the US Girls Junior Amateur.

Photo: @kylieeuchong instagram

10. Mary Miller, Georgia Southern

JGS: 22 Golfweek: 10 US WAGR: 6

Georgia's Miller has been dominating the Georgia circuit for the past two years, capturing the 2022 & 2023 Georgia Girls Junior Championships, the 2023 Georgia Junior PGA Championship, and the 2023 Georgia Women's Match Play Championship. Along with winning the 2023 Beth Daniel Junior Azalea, Miller has recorded top-5 finishes at the 2023 North & South Junior Amateur, 2022 AJGA Junior Championship by Visit Tallahassee, and 2022 AJGA Mizuno Keith Mitchell Junior Championship.

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February/March highlights: Davis has enrolled early at Auburn. Canadian Borovilos took home the winner's trophy at the Dustin Johnson World Junior, and Miller finished tied of 7th. At the AJGA Fortinet Girls Championship, Meng claimed the 2nd spot on the leaderboard, while Duan finished tied for 5th. At the premier junior event of the year, the Junior Invitational, Koo and Wilson tied for 3rd, Borovilos and Canada tied for 6th, and future Stanford teammates Ortengren and Sundberg tied for 8th.

5. Molly Brown Davidson, Alabama

JGS: 6 Rolex: 9 US WAGR: 5

Alabama's Davidson surprised us all by re-classing to 2024, joining the Crimson Tide a year early. She began the 2023 season with a win at the AJGA Junior at Canebrake and a runner-up finish at the Scott Robertson Memorial, and represented the US at the World Junior Championship. In 2022, she captured both the Alabama state Women's Amateur and the Junior Amateur, and notched three AJGA top-3 finishes. She made match play at the 2022 US Girls Junior Amateur, and was 9th at the Orlando Women's International Championship.

International

*Listed in alphabetical order

Tong An, Oregon

WAGR: 119

China's An has two wins and seven top-4 finishes in professional events in China in 2022 & 2023, along with two junior and one amateur win. Stateside, she owns runner-up finishes in the 2022 AJGA Greenwood Junior Championship and 2022 AJGA Junior at Dupont. An placed 7th in the 2023 Womens' Amateur Asia-Pacific Championship and 6th at the 2023 Buick China Junior Championship.

Cloe Amion Villarino, Miami

WAGR: 222

Spain's Amion Villarino has one win in 2023, at the Campeonato de Espana sub-18 Femenino, and has two runner-up finishes in Spanish amateur events in 2022 & 2023. She finished 7th in the 2023 German Girls Open and 5th in both the Internationaux de France U21 Trophee Esmond and the Spanish International Ladies Amateur.

Vanessa Borovilos, Texas A&M

JGS: 3 Rolex: 15 WAGR: 189

Canadian Borovilos has been a top recruit on the US scene for years, with success in both amateur and junior circuits. In 2023 she won the Canadian NextGen Selection Camp, was 4th at the Canadian Women's Amateur, 3rd at the Elite Invitational, 4th at the AJGA Hilton Grand Vacations Annika Invitational, and 6th at the AJGA Ping Heather Farr Classic. Borovilos also made the round of 32 at the 2023 US Girls Junior Amateur and match play at the 2022 US Women's Amateur. 2022 successes include a 3rd place finish at the Porter Cup and 5th at the Canadian Women's Amateur.

Anna Canado Espinal, Duke

WAGR: 120

Spain's Canado Espinal heads to the east coast with an impressive amateur and junior resume. She claimed wins at three Campeonato events in Spain in 2022, along with a win at the Spanish International Stroke Play Championship. Candao Espinal owns top-three finishes at the 2022 European Young Masters, 2023 European Nations Cup, and the German Girls Open. She was a member of the 2023 European Solheim Cup team.

Francesca Fiorellini, UCLA

WAGR: 36

Italy's Fiorellini was a member of the 2023 Junior Ryder and Solheim Cup teams representing Europe. In 2023 she won both the Italian International Ladies Amateur and the Italian Ladies Match Play. Recent top-10s in high-ranked tournaments include 4th at the 2023 European Ladies Amateur, 9th at the 2023 Women's Amateur Championship, 8th at the 2023 World Junior Girls Championship, and 8th at the World Amateur Team Championship. That's some excellent golf. Add that to wins in 2022 at the Annika Invitational Europe and the Italian Ladies Stroke Play Championship.

Meja Ortengren, Stanford

WAGR: 10

Sweden's Ortengren won the AJGA Rolex Tournament of Champions in 2021 & 2022, the professional PGA Championship Trelleborg in 2022, and the 2022 World Amateur Team Championship. She represented team Europe in both the 2023 Junior Ryder and Solheim Cups, and finished 3rd in the 2023 R&A Girls Amateur. She owns top-four finishes at the following tournaments: 2022 Hilton Grand Vacations Annika Invitational, 2022 Internationaux de France U21, 2022 Teen Tour Elite #1, and the 2022 World Girls Junior Championship.

Andrea Revuelta, Stanford

WAGR: 20

Spainard Revuelta is the 2022 Toyota Junior World Cup champion and winner of the 2023 Campeonato de Espana Amateur. Revuelta's resume includes top-5 finishes in the 2022 Santander Campeonato de Espana, 2023 Junior Invitational at Sage Valley, Europeans Nations Cup, 2023 Internationaux de France, and the European Nationals Cup. She was a member of the European team for both the 2023 Junior Solheim and Ryder Cups, and recently finished 7th in a professional event in Spain.

Nora Sundberg, Stanford

WAGR: 31

Sundberg hails from Sweden and is the 2023 Spanish International Ladies Amateur champion and runner-up at the 2023 Spanish International Stroke Play. Sundberg owns four Swedish Teen Tour Elite wins in the past two years, and placed 5th at the 2022 & 2023 World Junior Girls Championships. Alongside her future teammates Ortengren and Revuelta, she represented team Europe in both the 2023 Junior Ryder and Solheim Cups.

Rocio Tejedo, LSU

WAGR: 14

Spainard Tejedo was the winner of the 2023 German Girls Open, 2023 European Nations Cup, 2023 Copa Catalunya Femenina, Portuguese Internacional Ladies Amateur, and 2023 & 2022 Copa Andalucia. That's a lot of wins in a short time. Tejedo owns top-5 finishes in the 2023 R&A Girls Amateur Championship, 2023 Internationaux de France U21, 2023 Spanish International Ladies Amateur, and 2022 Spanish International Stroke Play. She joined many on this list at the Junior Ryder and Solheim Cups in 2023.

Denisa Vodickova, Wake Forest

WAGR: 73

The Czech Republic star recently won the 2023 World Junior Girls Championship after representing team Europe at the Junior Solheim Cup. She won the 2022 Czech International Amateur Championship, and has three professional wins in her home country on her list of accomplishments. Vodickova also finished 3rd at the 2022 Annika Invitational Europe and the 2022 European Nations Cup.