The Boys Junior Open Division was dominated by Jaden Hanson who claimed a daily double of Major titles, by taking both Gross and Net Divisions.
His level par score of 72 gave him a narrow, but deserved 1-shot victory over Toby Peters in the Gross Division with the 18th hole proving decisive. Maximus Maddocks claimed 3rd place with a round of 76.
Jaden’s 72 resulted in a Net 68, and a more comfortable 4-shot winning margin over Freddie Raven in second, with a 72, and Ben Benetar completing the top 3 a single shot further back.
The Girls Junior Open Gross Division was topped by the in-form Maisie Whittall, as she posted a 1-under total of 71, having started birdie, par, eagle! The Major OOM points moved Masie to the top of the overall standings with two events remaining.
She was chased home by Ellie Lichtenhein who fired a 75, to leave the gap at just 13 points in what will be an incredibly close finish in the inaugural Girls Division.
Sapphire Boyce claimed a Major title in the Net Division, as her wonderful 68 gave her a single short victory over Emma Pan in second.
The Boys 9-12 Junior Open Division again saw plenty of fireworks in both Gross and Net results!
Oliver McDonnell finished with four 3’s in his final 6 holes, to claim a dramatic 1-shot victory in the Gross Division, and claim another Major win in the BJGT Players Championship.
Oliver O’Dell and Tristan Evans both signed for rounds of 73 in an amazing finish with everything decided over the closing holes, however, it was Oliver who grabbed second place on his first BJGT start with the better final 6 holes, leaving Tristan in third place.
Kavin Yogaligham secured his first win on the BJGT, and did it in style at the Player Championship, carding the lowest Net Score on the season. Kavin’s incredible 56 gave him a 3-shot victory on a day of amazing scoring.
Playing partner, Alvin Fan pushed him all the way, however and on any other day a Net 59 would have given him the top spot on the podium, but he had to settle for the runner-up trophy, while Harry Dean deservedly took home the third place trophy after his best round of the year, Gross 77. Net 60.
Seb Leverett landed his first Major title by landing the Players Championship, again in the most dramatic fashion as the 9th and final hole proved the difference in the 9-10 Division. Seb’s birdie 4 gave him a countback decision over Jenson Ringer based on the final 3 holes.
However, this won’t detract from Jenson’s march to the Order of Merit title in a season, where he has been phenomenally consistently from beginning to end.
Harrison Barnett showed he is one to watch in the future, as he took the final place on the podium on a very competitive day, with a fine round of 39 as the Top 6 all finished within 2-shots of Seb.
The 7-8 Division has also seen a completely dominant performance from start to finish, as Marcus Karim secured another Major title as he storms to the 2022 Order of Merit title, his lever-par round of 36, included 4 birdies, gave him a single stroke victory.
Harry Odell was the player who pushed Marcus closest, as his consistent 37 gave him the runner up trophy and valuable Order of Merit points. Harry chases second place overall with 2 events remaining, whilst Evan Fowler moved into the Tour Championship qualifying places with a fantastic third place finish here just 1-shot further back.
The BJGT Players Girls 7-8 Division was headed by Hajira Marfleet as she returned to form to card a round of 41, and claim a commanding win, miking it a family double on the day.
The 6&Under Division saw arguably the round of the day as Hamza Marfleet went lowest of all by firing a 2-under round of 34, with 3 birdies and just a single dropped shot in a brilliant performance to take another Major title.
Oscar Ross continued his great end of season form to take the runner-up trophy, and stay in third place on the Order of Merit table. Harry Edginton breathing down his neck, just 15 points behind, secured the third place Major OOM points in The Players, to keep in touch.
Yixuan Liu led the way for the girls as she produced a round of 50 to take him a Major winners trophy.
The BJGT now moves onto the British Par 3 Championship at Nailcote Hall, fittingly home of the British Par 3 Championship, for the finale of the Parent/Junior Challenge Series and the final event of the season before the 2023 Tour Championship.