WE MADE IT!!
After an extraordinary season, we, the caddies, parents and the players, thankfully made it through to the 2020 Tour Championship at the magnificent, family-friendly Foxhills Resort. Many thanks to the club for having us again and to Chris Fitt, Sean Graham and Greg Hopkins for all their help in organising and running the day, it is very much appreciated!
The autumnal weather held for us, giving us a calm, dry day and all three courses were in fantastic condition ready for the finale of the largest and best junior golf tour in the UK.
With some wonderful glassware on offer for the Tour Championship Top 3, it was always going to be an exciting day’s play at the season’s flagship event.
With live scoring in operation through GolfHubber, it made for a real sense of occasion and, as many players and caddies have said throughout the year, a real feeling of playing like the professionals!
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6 & Under Category
Georgia Groves finished the season with a win in the Girls Division after her round of 100, ahead of Stella Walters (109) in second, as they flew the flag for the younger girls at the season finale.
On the Longcross course, Frankie Morton produced a magnificent Tour Championship display to head the field, with a round of 75 in the 11-12 Division, to make it three wins from three starts on the BJGT this season. Ronnie Groves narrowly missed out on capping his season with the Tour Championship title, as he finished as the runner-up but only by the narrowest of margins after his 76, with Alfie Dorrrington grabbing third after a countback decision over Isaac Jones, as they both finished a further two shots back.
Junior Open Category
Both the Tour Championship Junior Open Divisions, Gross and Net, were claimed by Harry O’Shea, as he dominated at the final event. His level par, Gross 72/Net 71 were one shot good enough to give him victory in both categories. Tyler Weaver took second place in the Gross Division after his round of 73, ahead of Micah Blowers in third, a further shot back, while those places were reversed for the Net result, as Micah’s 71 put him second on countback with Harry, and Tyler’s 72 left him in third place.
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