Todd White stands and talks amongst a group of members of the United States Golf Association during Tuesday\'s announcement that the 2015 U.S. Junior Amateur Championship would be played at Colleton River Plantation Club\'s Pete Dye Course. White, a high school history teacher, tied for ninth in the 2011 S.C. Amateur, the site of this year\'s junior amateur.
Todd White stands and talks amongst a group of members of the United States Golf Association during Tuesday\'s announcement that the 2015 U.S. Junior Amateur Championship would be played at Colleton River Plantation Club\'s Pete Dye Course. White, a high school history teacher, tied for ninth in the 2011 S.C. Amateur, the site of this year\'s junior amateur. Drew Martin
Todd White stands and talks amongst a group of members of the United States Golf Association during Tuesday\'s announcement that the 2015 U.S. Junior Amateur Championship would be played at Colleton River Plantation Club\'s Pete Dye Course. White, a high school history teacher, tied for ninth in the 2011 S.C. Amateur, the site of this year\'s junior amateur. Drew Martin

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