by Junior Golf Queensland
Round 1 of the 2018 Greg Norman Junior Masters saw players swinging for their lives. The field of 200 juniors saw the conditions of the job take his labor with annoying, inconsistent wind constantly changing games.
Palmer Colonial played host to elite amateurs from interstate, overseas and all over Queensland for round 1 and the opening ceremony on Sunday to welcome all players and families for the championship of a week. View the opening ceremony on our Facebook page.
In the Girls & # 39; 17 years & under division Periegian Springs GC member Cassie Porter leads the peloton with a magnificent opening of 68 (five-under-par 73).
In the Boys & # 39; 17 years & under division, Wantima-member Jordan Rooke is in second place with a score of 68 (72 par) with Samual Slater from Brisbane GC on his heels, with a score of 69.
In the second place, in the Girls 15 years & under division with a score of 69, the Victorian player Jeneath Wong (Metropolitan GC) is in one straight shot with Justice Bosio (Caboolture GC).
Boys & # 39; 15 & under division bound together for the overall second place with Jordan Rooke and their impressive score of 69, is Ben Duncombe (jnr) of Coral Cove International GC.
Coral Cove International GC
The 13-year-old girls have made a great start in the Palmer Colonial format with Shyla Singh (Southport) and Mary Golder (Dalby GC) share the first round at 49 points.
In the Boys & # 39; 13 & under division produced Emerald Lakes & # 39; Justin Hammett the lowest round of the day to keep the straight ahead with a score of 66 under 72 and 66. Justin also claimed the only hole-in-one of the day.
Round 2 starts Tuesday morning at 6.30 am with Palmer Gold Coast.
Tournament photos of round 1 are available on the Facebook page Junior Golf Queensland.
The Greg Norman Junior Masters is an Australian Boys & # 39; and Girls & # 39; Ranking Event. It is for players 17 and younger, and is played via 72-hole stroke play. This is a invite-only event and is conducted by Junior Golf Queensland.