The Boys Junior Open had the honour of starting the tour off, with home Moor Park member Fenton Bailey hitting the first tee shot.
Fenton went on to use his knowledge of the tight and undulating West Course, to take the Net Division win, on his BJGT debut, by carding a superb round of 63. He was followed home by Freddie Raven, just 2-shots behind, as he got off to a great start to continue his 2021 form. Jaden Hanson competed the Net podium places in third, a further 2-shots behind, and this was not his only trophy of the day.
The first Gross title of the season was lifted by James Brash. He hit the ground running, to head the early Order of Merit, after his round of 74. This gave him a single shot victory over Jules Hardy. Jules’ 75 needed a countback decision over Jaden Hanson to grab second, meaning Jaden collected a second third place trophy, and a very pleasing start to his season.
The inaugural Girls Junior Open Gross Division title went to Tilly O’leary, as she carded a round of 80, to claim the first maximum points of the season. Sapphire Boyce put her winter training into practice, taking the runner-up place, with a round of 85.
Amelie’s 93 left her with a Net total of 69, and at the top of the leaderboard, to get her 2022 season off to a winning start. The margin was 3-shots back to Tilly, who took home her second trophy of the day, adding a runner-up to the winner’s trophy she’d already secured.