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The morning flight of players, starting at 9am, saw a first for the BJGT this season in the Junior Open divisions as the trophy winners were exactly the same in both Gross and Net Divisions!
The Boys Junior Open divisions were both claimed by Jay Eggleton, in his final BJGT event to make it a fitting send off, as he produced a fine round of 56, Net 55 to take home two winners trophies.
Josh Gardner claimed both second place trophies as his round of 57, left him just a single shot behind Jay on the Gross Results, and his matching Net 57 meant he finished 2-shots back on the Net table but still a cracking display.
Kailash Krishan completed the podium in both sections, as he signed for a round of 60, both Gross and Net, to finish 3-shot back in the Gross, and edge a countback decision over Jules Hardy in the Net based on a better back 9.
Maisie Whittall then followed suit in the Girls Junior Open Divisions, as she continued her superb run of victories in the second half of the season, leading the way again with her round of 61 giving her a 7 shot winning margin in the Gross results.
Maisie’s resulting 69 then gave her a 3-shot victory in the Net results to claim two sets of maximum Order of Merit points as her late charge up the leaderboards continues.
The lunchtime flight of players saw the Boys 9-12 Junior Open Gross Division headed by Kodi Dean, who again showed his class to take the Junior Par 3 Championship, having won the Parent/Junior Challenge Series with dad, David, the day before.
His round of 62 gave him a 2-shot advantage over Rhys Hughes, who’s 64 from the morning flight held firm to take the runner-up place, after getting a countback decision, that came down to the final 3 holes, over Olive McDonnell.
The Net Division was again a very close run thing, as Ralph Barnett stopped Kodi claiming a daily double by taking a countback decision, based on the back 9, to secure the Par 3 title after the boys had matching 58’s for their 18 holes.
Albert Lees led the way in the 9-10 Division where a quality field tested themselves against the British Par 3 Championship Course.
His fine effort in taking 65 shots to complete the 18 holes gave him a 3-stroke victory over Dylan Barney (68), whose bonus runner up points gave him the final place in the Tour Championship in 7 days time!
Vinnie James completed the Top 3, finishing just a single shot further back, but Darcy Eaton matched his total so a countback was needed to separate them and Vinnie’s better back 9 gave him the final trophy on offer.
The Boys 7-8 Division was another division that required a countback to decide the winner as every age group shows just how talented and close they are, week-in week-out.
Brody MacIver and Oliver O’Dell were the players who ended the day neck-and-neck after matching rounds of 69, however, Brody’s back 9 proved decisive to give him the 7-8 Par 3 title and another winners trophy.
Therefore, Harry had to settle for second place but the bonus Order Merit points look very valuable on the overall table, while Evan Fowler added another trophy to his cabinet by taking third place just 2-shots behind the lead pair.
The Girls 7-8 was topped by Ellie Wang, who’s round of 82 gave her a lovely piece of glassware and the Par 3 title for her age group.
The final flight of the day, the 3pm start time, saw the 6&Unders come in first, after their 9 holes, with Hamza Marfleet again proving what a superb little player he is, carding a round of 37 to take the Junior Par 3 title by 3-shots.
Ryino Salisbury finished in second place, having posted his round of 40 from the morning flight, meaning he sat at home eagerly watching the live leaderboard from the comfort of an armchair to see where he ended up and was no doubt rather pleased.
The boys podium was completed by Oscar Ross who added another top 3 finish to his seasons tally, he finished just a single shot behind Ryino to strengthen his grip on third place overall with just the Tour Championship to come.
Brianne Yang lead the way for the girls as her very impressive 52 gave her a very well deserved Par 3 title and give her the final place in the Tour Championship.
The BJGT nows heads for the final event of the year, the 2022 Tour Championship at Farleigh Golf Club, it’s what the players have been aiming at all year and promises to be another superb season ending event.
We can’t wait to crown the thoroughly deserving top 3 of the Order of Merit tables and the overall Tour Champions for 2022!

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