The British Junior Golf Tour would like to thank all the players who took part in the Super Six throughout the early part of the season, and congratulations to those of you who won a place in the grand final at Redbourn Golf Club.
We hope you would agree that we played some great courses and were lucky with the weather at most. I hope you all enjoyed yourselves, and we would love to hear your comments on our testimonial page. We have many more events coming up throughout the year, so hope to see you at some of these.
Very well done to all the Order Of Merit trophy winners, you should be proud of yourselves for playing great golf throughout the events!
Elite division gross: #1 Manato Nakatani, #2 Tiger Adams, #3 Zac Rzymkowski
Elite division net: #1 Manato Nakatani, #2 Zac Catledine, #3 Andres Valentine
Challenge division gross: #1 Haruhi Nakatani, #2 Jake Plumb, #3 Thomas Milton
Challenge division net: #1 Jake Plumb, #2 Jaxson Perry, #3 Haruhi Nakatani
9/10 division: #1 Charlie Ward, #2 Oliver Kelloway, #3 Aaron Mohun
7/8 division: #1 Luca Randall, #2 Lila-Belle Nacca, #3 Ellis Kerr
6/Under division: #1 Matthew Whitaker, #2 Ali-Asghar Haji, #3 Rhian Morjaria
The British Junior Golf Tour would like to thank Golphin for their support and the generous prizes that they gave out to all divisions. Thank you also goes to Chinnydipper and Srixon for the junior clothing vouchers and golf balls, respectively.
Report from the day by Steve Jackson, The Sports Journalist:
A single shot was the margin of victory in the Elite Division of the Super Six Grand Final as Andres Valentine (Leighton Buzzard) edged out Tiger Adams (Wellingborough) with a gross 79 at Redbourn GC, Hertfordshire.
The net category was even closer as Jacob Williams (Peterborough Milton) beat Oliver Brunt (Gog Magog) on countback with a net 74 apiece.
Roehampton’s Robert Tansey produced the standout round in the Challenge Division as he compiled a gross score of 83 to finish six ahead of Christian Wall (West Essex).
Once again countback was required in the net section as Callum Powell’s better finish in a net 69 meant the Little Hay member got the better of Ellis Whittles (Northampton).
Charlie Ward’s class was decisive in the 9-10 Age Group as a nine-hole score of 40 pushed the Breadsall Priory golfer four clear of Jensen Berridge (Dartmouth).
The long journey up from Kent proved worthwhile for Arthur Saunders as the Littlestone member’s 42 lifted him two ahead of Joseph Aldous (Boringdon Park).
Matthew Whitaker (Nazeing) was successful in the Six & Under Age Group by a couple of strokes from Henry Saddleton (Sprowston Manor) and Bobby Moore (Nene Park), who both came in with a round of 41.
Here are the scores from the day, but for a full view and player’s round breakdown, go here.
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