Junior Open

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The 2017 Junior Open was played on Sunday 1 October in very testing conditions. The rain and blustery conditions didn’t deter a field of 126 juniors taking part over The King’s, Queen’s and PGA National Academy Course.

The King’s  Scratch or better to 15 handicap

1st – Harry Clark – 32pts (won on a count back)

2nd – Lachlan Reynolds – 32pts

3rd – Matthew Robertson – 30pts

Nearest the Pin – Sebastian Sandin

The Queen’s  16 – 28 handicap

1st – Ben Cowan – 39pts

2nd – Cameron Henderson – 37pts

3rd – Cameron Park – 35pts

Nearest the Pin – Cameron Henderson

The PGA National Academy Course  29+ handicap

1st – Cameron Burns – 21pts


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