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Last Updated on Sunday, 23 August 2015 23:38 Sunday, 23 August 2015 23:33
VERNON, British Columbia (Alfie Lau/iG) — AJ Ewart of Coquitlam shot his third consecutive under-par round and took home the BC Juvenile Boys Championship by six strokes over runner-up Keaton Gudz.
Ewart shot rounds of 70, 66 and 69 to finish at (-8) 205. Gudz shot a final round 73 to finish at (-2) 211, while Andrew Spalti and Tristan Mandur finished T3 at (-1) 212.
For Ewart, it’s the biggest British Columbia Golf title he’s won since winning the 2012 BC Bantam Boys title. “I’ve been so close so many times so to finally win, I’m pretty happy right now,” said Ewart. “It’s pretty surreal.”
Last Updated on Sunday, 23 August 2015 23:32 Sunday, 23 August 2015 23:28
VERNON, British Columbia (Alfie Lau/iG) — Courtenay’s Abigail Rigsby shot a new course record (-6) 65 at Spallumcheen Golf & Country Club to win the BC Juvenile Girls Championship by three strokes over Surrey’s Hannah Lee.
Rigsby had a spotless card, with six birdies, including a downhill 20-footer on her last hole that saw her better the previous course record, a (-4) 67 shot by Mary-Ann Hayward at the 2013 Canadian Senior Women’s Championship.
“I just found out at the scoring tent that I had set the new course record,” said Rigsby, who was playing her final tournament of the season and final BC Juvenile.
Last Updated on Sunday, 09 August 2015 23:19 Sunday, 09 August 2015 23:15
YORKTON, Saskatchewan (Jason St. Jacques/Golf Canada) — Team British Columbia emerged as the Inter-Provincial Junior Girls team champions, while Jessica Ip claimed the lead following second-round play at the Canadian Junior Girls Championship at Deer Park Golf Course in Yorkton, Sask.
Ip bested her opening-round score by one shot with a 4-under 69 performance despite tough rainy conditions. The Richmond Hill, Ont., native sits at 7-under par for the tournament and holds a two-stroke advantage going into the third round.
“I was a little more external today; I was thinking not really about my swing, but just about hitting the greens since there’s not much I can do about the weather. I guess I just hit a lot of greens and made a few putts, more than yesterday,” explained the 18-year-old.
Last Updated on Thursday, 06 August 2015 19:50 Thursday, 06 August 2015 19:42
Last Updated on Monday, 20 July 2015 23:18 Monday, 20 July 2015 23:07
VICTORIA, British Columbia (PGA of BC) — The Morgan Creek Golf Course team of Professional Tim Wilson, and junior players Matthew Mcconnachie, Riley Janssen, and Keaton Cameron, shot a two net best-ball score of 124 (-20) on Monday to claim the 2015 Jack McLaughlin Memorial PGA of BC Pro-Junior Championship presented by PING, hosted at Olympic View Golf Club in Victoria.
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