Player of the Year
2019 WJGA PLAYER OF THE YEAR WINNERS
Daniel Kim, Mukilteo
Earning a total of 412.75 points in 2019, Daniel Kim earns WJGA’s Boys’ Player of the Year. Daniel started off the year by finishing in the top-5 of all 3 spring events at the Western, Eastern and Players Opens. He won a spot to the Junior World Championship and was a member of Washington’s Junior Americas Cup team. Daniel won the only District 1 Sub-District he played in and also won his division at the District 1 Championship at Whidbey GC. He finished off his summer with a 3rd place finish at the WJGA State Championship. Congratulations Daniel on a great season!
Gihoe Seo, Mercer Island
Gihoe Seo earned a total of 368.50 points during the 2019 season to earn WJGA Girls’ Player of the Year. Gihoe won the Players Open and finished 4th at the Western Open. Gihoe came in 1st in both of the sub-district events in District two that she played in, Broadmoor and West Seattle, and 1st in the District 2 Championship at Willows Run/Coyote Creek. Gihoe also finished in 4th place at the WJGA State Championship in the girls 16-18 division, won the PNGA Jr Girls match play and also won the Tournament of Champions. Congratulations Gihoe on a great year!