As usual, the field put on a wonderful display of golf and impressive scoring.
Freddie Buck took the most commanding victory of the day in the 6 & Under Division, with his -3 for 11 holes putting him comfortably ahead of his nearest rivals, Leo Boniface and Markus Karim, who both carded rounds of 50.
Fraser Mackenzie also had a clear victory in the 7-8 Division, as his 43 was four shots clear of Oliver McDonnell in second, with Zahn Bopiah coming home in third after a round of 50.
The result got far closer in the 9-10 Boys Division, as single shots separated each of the top 4 places: Will Mannering headed the field with a total of 56, Ellis Kerr pushed him all the way finishing with a round of 57, and Logan Matthews did the same following Ellis home in third, posting a total of 58. Sapphire Boyce took the gold medal in the girls section with 61.
The 11-12 Division was just as close at the top, as William Bailey and Jayden Phipps went toe-to-toe, with the former coming out on top after a round of 71 (+3) a single shot ahead of Jayden. Theo Morris took the bronze medal following a round of 76.
The Junior Open Division saw just as impressive scoring in both the Gross and Net Divisions: Thomas White’s brilliant -7 deservedly took the Net Division win, but only by a single shot from Alex Dommett-Pelaez, who posted an impressive 63, with Cody Fernandes coming home in third after a 66.
Alex reversed the results in the Gross Section, as his superb 71 (+3) was enough to take the win ahead of Thomas in second after his 77, with Cody completing a familiar Top 3 with his second bronze medal of the day.