The golfer was selected for June's Junior World Cup in Japan.
Chapman golfer Jacob Bridgeman will again represent the United States in international competition.
Bridgeman is one of four golfers chosen to compete for the boys team in the 2018 Toyota Junior Golf World Cup. The event will be held at Chukyo Golf Club's Ishino Course in Toshitomo-cho Fukada, Toyota-shi Japan June 10-15.
The Clemson signee will be joined by Ryan Burnett (Lafayette, Calif.), Reid Davenport (Austin, Texas) and Michael Sanders (Davidson, N.C.).
Bridgeman said he was informed of the selection by Sanders and by Clemson coach Larry Penley.
"They called me and told me how much of an honor this will be," he said. "Lots of people have told me about how awesome Japan is. I cant wait."
Bridgeman, who played in the Junior Presidents Cup and has been honored as an AJGA Rolex Second Team All-American, is ranked No. 28 according to Junior Golf Scoreboard. He is a two-time South Carolina High School League individual state 3A champion.
Bridgeman said he's looking forward to the competition, which comes after his final run at a state title.
"The tournament will kind of be my last hurrah for the junior circuit, so I'd like to play week and post a good finish on the international stage," he said.