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6&Under Division
The 6&Under Division saw the in form Hamza Marfleet win the Tour Championship to end a magnificent season, his round of 41 gave him a 3-shot victory over Harry Edginton and Oscar Ross ho both carded rounds of 44.
The tie was decided over the last six holes with Harry taking the runner-up position, as his birdie on the final hole helped, meaning Oscar went home with the third place trophy on the day.
The Girls title was claimed by Yixuan Liu, as her round of 51 good enough to give her another nice glass trophy for her cabinet.
7-8 Division
Marcus Karim continued his astonishing run of scoring as he saved the best till last by produced a stunning 4-under par round of 70, that included 6 birdies, to secure the Tour Championship title.
Brody MacIver came home in second place with a fine round of 77, that included a very nice eagle 3, but still left him 7 shots adrift of Marcus while Harry Odell claimed the final podium place of the season 2 shots further back after his round of 79.
The Girls title went to Florrie Collins (97) as she made a run over the back 9 to take the winner’s trophy by a singe shot.
9-10 Division
The 9-10 Division was also topped by the season’s form player as Jenson Ringer added the Tour Championship to his resume, his 79, included three birdies, and gave him a 2-shot victory over Dylan Barney, who has had some fine results towards the end of the season, while Harrison Barnet continued his improvement this season to take third place with an 83 in the season’s final event.
9-12 Boys Division
Riley Banks ended the season with a major victory as he headed another high quality field in the Boys 9-12 Gross Division, his superb 1-under 71 included 4 birdies and an eagle and gave him a 4-shot victory over three players who all tied on 75.
Rhys Hughes, Oliver McDonnell and Tristan Evans all fired rounds of 75 but it was Rhys’ final six holes, including a birdie on the 17th that gave him second place while Oliver’s better back 9 gave him the decision over Tristan for the final trophy place on the day.
A further three players then tied just a single shot further back on an incredible day of scoring!
The 9-12 Net Tour Championship victory went to William Finlay, who was one of the players to finish with a 76, this left him on Net 64 that was matched by Riley but the back 9 gave him the title and stopped Riley doing the double. Third place was filled by Rhys, who also doubled his trophy haul on the day as he edged a countback decision over Tanus Van Molendorf after they had matching 65’s.
Junior Open Girls Division
The Girls Junior Open Gross Division came down to a familiar pair as Maisie Whittall and Ellie Lichtenhein went head-to-head, with Maisie coming out on top by a single shot. Masie was 2-under par and bogey free from the 8th, finishing with a round of 74 to take the title ahead of Ellie in second.
The Net Division Tour Championship title went to Sapphire Boyce, who stopped Maisie doing the double, but only after getting a countback decision, as both girls signed for rounds of 73 so she took home the winners trophy while Maisie settled for a runner-up to add to her collection.
Junior Open Boys Division
The Boys Junior Open Gross Division was led by Maximus Maddocks whose round of 74 included 3 birdies and gave him a 3-shot victory and the Tour Championship title.
Ben Benetar turned his round around at the 8th with a birdie then went bogey free, with an eagle on the back 9, to grab second place from Charlie Jenkins with a round of 77, Charlie ended the day with a total of 78 to take the final podium place.
Ben’s final 10 holes were enough to give him the Tour Championship Net title as he ended with a round of 70 to again edge out Charlie by a single shot, whose 71 gave him the runner up trophy to add to his third place and with Maximus taking third place meant a familiar podium as the boys just switched positions from the Gross table as they all took home two trophies.
These were the final Order of Merit points to be added to the players tallies so the final placings were decided at Farleigh, please take the time to read who has become the latest names added to the wonderful silver trophies!

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