Gregory Solhaug Muscles His Way To Maiden American Junior Golf Association Victory

Norwegian Gregory Solhaug has rubber stamped his golfing credentials in capturing a very first American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) title.

The 16-year student at the IMG Golf Academy in Bradenton, Florida captured the UHY / Celadon Championship hosted by Marina Alex and played at The Saint Andrew´s Golf Course in New York.

Norway’s Gregory Solhaug muscles his way to a maiden American Junior Golf Association victory

Gregory, who proudly met and had his photograph taken with Tiger Woods at last year’s PGA Tour Valspar Championship, entered the final round T5 and five shots off the lead, and muscled his way to victory with a 4-under-par 67.

He brilliantly finished with an even-par-213 and good enough to win by a stroke.

Gregory is one of several players from the IMG Academy that is taking advantage of the BioMatch one-swing golf club matching system available on

BioMatch is a scientific way of matching your clubs so that you will have one consistent swing for all your clubs, resulting in better dispersion and score.

And Gregory was the only person playing with a matched set of clubs in this tournament.

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