Coast golfers seek success

Junior golf

Ian Jacques / Editor
July 10, 2014 10:03 AM

Four Sunshine Coast junior golfers are playing the best in the province this week at a pair of provincial championships.

The junior boys championship is being contested at the Meadow Garden Golf Course in Pitt Meadows July 8 to 11.

After the opening round, Sechelt’s Keenan Flemming is in a 12-way tie for 70th place after a round of 77.

Jacob Bland of Sechelt is in a nine-way tie for 101st spot after a round of 80, and Myles Killackey of Gibsons sits in a nine-way tie for 135th spot after a round of 85.

The women’s amateur is being contested at the Kamloops Golf and Country Club July 8 to 11.

Halfmoon Bay’s Avery Struck sits in a two-way tie for 35th after firing an opening round of 80.

Follow the results of both tournaments at www.britishcolumbiagolf.org.


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