Class of 2025 Girls Individual Rankings

American

*Will be updated monthly starting on Jan. 1st through Mar. 1st, then on the 1st and 15th of each month until signing day on Nov. 8th.

Chloe Kovelesky: Wake Forest Kovelesky, a Florida native, has an extensive amateur resume which is highlighted by a win at the 2023 Florida Women's Amateur. She sits at 212th in WAGR, #1 in her class on JGS, and #2 in Golfweek. Other notable amateur finishes include 3rd at the Sunshine State Amateur, 8th at the Dixie Women's Amateur, and 9th at the North & South Women's Amateur in 2023. 2023 junior highlights include a recent 6th at the World Junior Girls Championship while representing the US, 3rd at the Dustin Johnson World Junior, 8th at the AJGA Rolex Girls Junior Championship, and 9th at the Junior PGA Championship. She has also teed it up at an LPGA and Ladies European Tour Event.

Scarlett Schremmer: uncommitted Alabama's Schremmer had significant success in Alabama state events in 2023, winning the state Junior Amateur and placing 3rd at the Women's Amateur. While she doesn't have wins at major junior events, Schremmer has amassed a number of top-10 finishes this year, coming on strong in the past few months. This led her to #2 on our list. Schremmer placed 6th at the recent AJGA Rolex Tournament of Champions, 5th at the Elite Invitational, and 7th at the AJGA Ping Invitational. Add to that an 8th place at the 2023 AJGA Rolex Girls Junior Championship, an appearance at the US Junior Amateur, and 7th at the AJGA Fortinet Girls Invitational.

Ryleigh Knaub: LSU Florida's Knaub had a consistent 2022 season, with 4 AJGA Open top-7 finishes, and followed that up with an 11th-place at the 2023 AJGA Fortinet Girls Invitational. Her major breakthrough occurred when she won the 2023 Dustin Johnson World Junior, found the runner-up spot at the Dye Invitational, and was a semi-finalist at the AJGA Polo Junior Classic. Knaub finished 10th at the recent AJGA Rolex Tournament of Champions, 16th at the Junior PGA Championship, and 9th at the Sally amateur event. She represented the US at both the Junior Ryder and Solheim Cups.

Kathryn Ha, Virginia Ha, a Virginia native, is staying close to home after a successful 2023 season. She broke into the winner's circle at the AJGA Justin Thomas Junior Championship, and added two Peggy Kirk Bell Golf Tour wins to her resume. Ha 's season highlights include 5th at the AJGA Polo Junior Classic, 6th at the North & South Junior Amateur, 9th at the Virginia Women's Amateur, and 9th at the AJGA Ping Invitational. 2022 accomplishments include two 2nd places at AJGA Opens and 2nd at the Elite Invitational. She represented the US at the 2023 Junior Solheim Cup.

Brynn Kort: Texas A&M Nevada's Kort is the 2022 AJGA Justin Thomas Junior Championship champion, following that with a 3rd at the event in 2023. Her notable finishes include 5th at the 2023 Western Women's Junior, 7th at the 2022 AJGA Ping Invitational, 11th at the 2023 Junior PGA Championship, and the round of 32 at the US Junior Amateur. The future Aggie's recent success included 2nd at the Brophy Rodeo and a solid 14th at the AJGA Girls Invitational. Kort was also a match play contender at the 2022 US Girls Junior Amateur.

Anna Song: Stanford This future Cardinal from California started her 2023 season with a victory at the AJGA Fortinet Girls Invitational. She added top-10 finishes at the Dustin Johnson World Junior (8th), and the AJGA Ping Invitational (9th). Song finished 17th at the California Women's Amateur and added a 13th place finish at the AJGA Spot X Hotel Junior Championship. Her resume includes an appearance at the 2022 US Girls Junior and the 2023 Junior Solheim Cup, representing the US. She resides in the top-7 of all junior rankings.

Maye Huang: UCLA Texan Huang has started off her season well, with a win at the AJGA KJ Choi Foundation Texas Junior Championship and a runner-up finish at the AJGA Lake Charles Junior Championship, following a 3rd place finish at an LJT event. In 2023, Huang had a 2nd place finish at the AJGA Junior at Canebrake and top-20 finishes at the Junior PGA Championship and the AJGA Rolex Girls Junior Championship.

Charlotte Cantonis: Auburn Floridian Cantonis is staying south with the Tigers after consistent play in 2023. She began 2023 with two local Florida Junior Tour victories, followed by 4th at the AJGA Junior at Canebrake and 10th at the AJGA Spot X Hotel Junior Championship. She carded a runner-up finish at the AJGA Mizuno Keith Mitchell Junior Championship, then shined brightly on the big stage of the US Women's Amateur, reaching the round of 32. Additional solid finishes include 5th at the AJGA Girls Invitational, 16th at the AJGA Ping Invitational, and 16th at the Women's Western Junior.

Madison Messimer: Tennessee South Carolina's Messimer was no stranger to success in 2022, her biggest accomplishments being the champion at the Carolina's Women's Amateur and at the South Carolina Girls Junior Amateur. Other 2022 highlights include 5th at the Scott Robertson Memorial, 6th at the North & South Junior Amateur, 4th at the Beth Daniel Junior Azalea, and 3rd at the Elite Invitational. The 2023 season brought more success with 3rd place at the Dustin Johnson World Junior, 4th at the Scott Robertson, 2nd at the Beth Daniel, and 5th at the Carolina's Women's Amateur. She reached match play at the 2023 US Junior Amateur, and recently finished 9th at the AJGA Hilton Grand Vacations Annika Invitational.

Avery McCrery: Duke Delaware's McCrery will call herself a Blue Devil after successful 2022 and 2023 seasons. 2022 saw her in the winner's circle of two AJGA Open events, 3rd at the Hope Valley Junior Invitational., and 2nd at the Notah Begay National Championship. Her 2023 resume includes 3rd place at the Sally amateur event, three AJGA Open top-10 finishes, 7th at the Scott Robertson Memorial, 5th at the Dye Invitational, and 4th at the North & South Junior Amateur. Continue that list with a match play appearance at the US Junior Amateur and 5th at the AJGA Girls Invitational. McCrery closed out 2023 with a solid 7th place at the weather-hampered Dixie Amateur, and followed that up with a 7th place at the 2024 Sally.

International

Rianne Malixi: Duke The Phillipines native is the top international recruit in this class, ranked #66 in WAGR as of 12/1. She was a close runner-up at the 2023 US Girls Junior Amateur and made the round of 32 at the US Women's Amateur. Malixi is quite the traveler, competing primarily in Asia and North America. 2022 highlights include 2nd at the Girls Junior PGA Championship, 3rd at the Women's Western Amateur and an AJGA Invitational. Also in 2022, Malixi was 3rd at the Women's Asia-Pacific Amateur, champion of the Singha Thailland Junior World Championship, and 2nd at the Thailand Amateur Open. 2023 brought more success with a 4th at the IMG Junior World Championship and 6th at the AJGA Hilton Grand Vacations Annika Invitational. Malixi recently finished 2nd at the Junior Invitational at Sage Valley.

Sophie Han: Oregon Han hails from Hong Kong and divides her tournament time between Asia and the US. Her 2023 results include 2nd at the IMG Junior World Championship, 3rd at the Women's Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship and the SEA Amateur Team Championship, and 2nd at the AJGA Ping An Bank Junior Open. 2022 proved successful for the teenager, with one win and two top-3 finishes in AJGA Open events, and three top-4 finishes in Chinese amateur events.

Thapasit Thitikarn; Tennessee Thitikarn is part of a growing contingent of golfers from Thailand playing collegiate golf in the US. In 2022, she found success in the states, with two wins and one 3rd place finish in FCG series events. In her homeland, she finished 4th in the Thailand Ladies Amateur Open and the Thailand Junior World Championships. 2023 brought four wins for Thitikarn: the Singha Thailand Amateur Open, Singapore Junior Golf Championship, and two National Team Ranking events, and 3rd at the recent Malaysian Amateur Open. She finished 17th in her only US event, the IMG Junior World Championship.

Thanana Kotchasanamanee: Princeton Another Thailand native, Kotchasanamanee has played solely in the US for the last two years, having a very successful 2022. Her best finish was 2nd at the AJGA Ping Invitational, and she also placed 4th at the Girls Junior PGA Championship. Add local wins at the Annika Award Junior Invitational, Citrus Golf Trail Ladies Invitational, and the Georgia Junior PGA Championship to her resume, along with 2nd at the AJGA Rome Junior Classic and 3rd at the Georgia Women's Open. In 2023, she had two 11th place finishes in AJGA Invitationals, and made match play at the US Women's and Junior Amateurs.

Pimpisa Rubrong: Oregon Oregon continues dipping into the international talent pool with Rubrong, the third Thailand native on our list. She spent part of her summer in US based tournaments, with wins at the FCG International Junior Championship and the CGA Women's Match Play Championship, and a round of 32 appearance at the US Girls Junior Amateur. Abroad, Rubrong has five top-4 finishes in Thailand amateur and junior events in 2023, and seven in 2022. She finished 9th at the 2022 IMG Junior World Championship.

Luna Lu: Princeton Like Oregon, Princeton has their second recruit on our list in Canadian Luna Lu. Lu has two AJGA Open event wins on her resume, along with a victory at the 2022 British Columbia Junior Championship. In 2023, she finished 2nd at the Canadian Junior Girls Championship, 4th at the NextGen Selection Camp, and 4th at the AJGA KJ Choi Foundation Texas Junior Championship. Lu also qualified for the 2023 US Girls Junior Amateur.

Eila Galitsky: South Carolina Galitsky, a native of Thailand, is ranked highly on Wagr due to her success internationally in 2023. Her three wins in 2023 include the Macedonian Amateur Open, the Women's Asia-Pacific Amateur, and a national team ranking event in her homeland. She placed an impressive 28th at the LPGA Chevron Championship against strong professional competition, and has two other top-11 finishes in professional events since then. Her 2022 accomplishments include 5th at the R&A Girls Amateur and the SINGHA Thailand Amateur Open. She recently finished in 3rd at the 2024 Junior Invitational at Sage Valley.

Sarah Hammett: USC USC has nabbed a top-100 Wagr ranked golfer in Australia's Hammett, an athlete who has two Australian professional top-6 finishes in 2023 and one in 2022. She has amassed seven wins in junior and amateur events in her homeland in the past two years, and she also owns runner-up finishes at the 2023 & 2022 Queensland Amateurs, the 2022 Australian Girls Amateur, and the 2022 South Australia Junior Amateur.

Watch list: Natalie Yen (Texas A&M), Katelyn Huber, Maye Huang (UCLA), Kristina Xu (uncommitted), Elizabeth Rudisill (Vanderbilt)

4/14 We have transitioned from definitive number rankings to a 'top 4' and 'next 6' until signing day in November 2024, due to the number of tournaments that can fluctuate individual placements each week. There is a clear-cut top-4, and many golfers that are fairly equal after that. UCLA commit Maye Huang moves into our top-10 after two top AJGA finishes.

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