The champions Vic Junior Masters of 2019, Matt Lever and Min A Yoon.
It may be a new year, but it is the same old Min A Yoon after the Korean accompanied Matt Lever in lifting the silverware at the Vic Junior Masters of 2019.
Yoon closed 2018 by winning the Port Phillip Amateur and the Junior Vic Open in December and the South Korean showed no sign of delay on Saturday, roaring to an extraordinary 14-shot victory over Spring Valley.
Meanwhile, the battle for the boys' crown was out of the can for the 54th and last hole, with Victorian Lever holding his guts to make the final while his biggest challenger, Harrison Crowe of NSW, lost his 18th tee.
The supplier of the National GC entered the day with a shared lead and despite some early nerves, he had built up a two-stroke advantage over the pitch by the time he stepped on the 9th tee.
"I was a bit nervous at the first tee, but I kept telling myself that I had to stay in the moment and take the shot in front of the shot," said Lever.
"The nerves were there all day, but I learned how to control them after a few holes."
But a bogey from the Victorian and a birdie from playing partner Crowe prior to making the turn meant scores were level between the nine-hole pair to play.
The duo fell back to 1-under for the week after a pair of bogies on the 13th, before a few falling shots at 16 de Lever and Crowe level held only two holes to play.
A clutch bird on 17 for Lever put pressure on the Sydneysider who settled for par, the 17-year-old Liver who eventually saved a greenside bunker at 18 for a triple victory.
"Playing together made it easier because I knew what they were doing, I knew when to be aggressive," said Lever.
"It was an easy pin at 17 and I almost brought my second shot there.
"It looked like match-play, but it's difficult, so everything can happen, I was still thinking about birdie on the 18th tee."
Lever finished as 1-under for the tournament to be the only player below the mark for the week.
The third member of the last group, Mitch Crabbe from the Commonwealth, was early in the race but could not get the most out of his share in the lead of the evening, eventually he collected the 3rd place on the standings 3-over for the week .
In the girls' event Yoon started the third and final round – after the Friday game was canceled due to extreme weather conditions – with an advantage of seven strokes across the field.
The 15-year-old managed to improve her 13-stroke winning margin of Barwon Heads a month ago with a final round 6-under 68.
Yoon followed a second birdie of the day on the 6th with an eagle on par-5 the 7th, and lifted her to a 12-stroke lead over Queensland representative of Cassie Porter when she made the turn.
After a rare bogey at 12 the Korean set foot on the way back to the clubhouse and rattled four birdies in her last five holes to shoot the 17-under-rocket for the tournament.
The last seven rounds of Yoon in two of Victoria's most prestigious tournaments resulted in a combined 31-run and a high score of 70.
Porter's scores of 72, 75 and a slot 72 saw her two halves close at 3-under for the week, with the South Australian state player Charley Jacobs taking the stage a step further back.
Melbourne & # 39; s Jeneath Wong started the day with a part of the chase that probably did not beat Yoon, but she made her own fun early in the day with an extraordinary albatross on the par-5 1st.
With 139 meters to the pin, Wong flushed a 7-iron for her second shot, dropping her ball into the hole en route to a top 10 finish.
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