NAME: Ellie Benson
CITY: Venetia, Pa.
ABOUT ELLIE: When competing, she wears pink golf earrings for good luck.
WOULD SERVE AT CHAMPIONS DINNER: Tacos, salad and vanilla cupcakes for dessert
2 of 10
NAME: Anna Fang
CITY: San Diego
ABOUT ANNA: Her favorite memory of golf on television is watching replays of Jack Nicklaus winning the 1986 Masters.
WOULD SERVE AT CHAMPIONS DINNER: Lobster and french fries
3 of 10
NAME: Raylee Bosley
CITY: Friendswood, Texas
ABOUT RAYLEE: Regional qualifying took place on her grandmother’s birthday and her grandmother, who is battling brain cancer, was in attendance to cheer for her.
WOULD SERVE AT CHAMPIONS DINNER: Pizza, spaghetti, strawberries and lots of desserts
4 of 10
NAME: Evyn Cannon
CITY: Edmond, Okla.
ABOUT EVYN: Outside of golf, she enjoys soccer, basketball, gymnastics and yoga.
WOULD SERVE AT CHAMPIONS DINNER: Hamburgers and tacos in a bowl.
5 of 10
NAME: Aliisa Helminen
CITY: Menasha, Wis.
ABOUT ALIISA: She was introduced to golf by her father Ryan and her grandfather Larry, who are both PGA of America professionals.
WOULD SERVE AT CHAMPIONS DINNER: Steak, shrimp and cheesecake.
6 of 10
NAME: Ella June Hannant
CITY: Pikeville, N.C.
ABOUT ELLA JUNE: She made a hole-in-one on Pinehurst’s short course The Cradle in December.
WOULD SERVE AT CHAMPIONS DINNER: Barbecue ribs
7 of 10
NAME: Jensi Krampel
CITY: Naples, Fla.
ABOUT JENSI: She enjoys art, shopping and cheering for the Ohio State Buckeyes and Pittsburgh Steelers in football.
WOULD SERVE AT CHAMPIONS DINNER: Pasta
8 of 10
NAME: Asterisk Talley
CITY: Chowchilla, Calif.
ABOUT ASTERISK: Her parents named her Asterisk because her name means “little star” in Greek and because the symbol denotes something that is special.
WOULD SERVE AT CHAMPIONS DINNER: Steak and broccoli
9 of 10
NAME: Lily Zhang
CITY: Buffalo, N.Y.
ABOUT LILY: Both of her parents are neurologists, and she wants to be a doctor when she grows up.
WOULD SERVE AT CHAMPIONS DINNER: Filet mignon
10 of 10
NAME: Julie Waldo
CITY: Prattville, Ala.
ABOUT JULIE: She is named for her late aunt who played collegiate golf at the University of Florida and played one year on the LPGA Tour.
WOULD SERVE AT CHAMPIONS DINNER: Shrimp, chicken, steak, mashed potatoes, rice and “all the desserts you can fit on the table”