by Junior Golf Queensland
With the cut of 54 holes lurking in the player's head for the top 40%, today saw individuals hitting for the top positions in Round 3 on the Palmer Gold Coast.
Boys 17 and under division saw Jordan Rooke (Wantima GC) claim the general leader of a second-rate boys' division from the two-day winning streak of Justin Hammett (Emerald Lakes GC), with a clean score of 70 for a combined score of 211. Joshuaa Robards ( Newcastle GC) scored 73 (214 combined), putting him safely in second place, both in his age classification and as a whole.
For the boys 15 & under division Ben Duncombe's (Coral Cove International GC) score of 74 for a combined score of 215 holds him for the first time in his division and third place in general. Joung Park (Burleigh GC) comes in a shared second alongside Blaike Perkins (Bargara GC) with their 54-hole score of 217 each.
Boys 13 & under division see the score of Justin Hammett (Emerald Lakes GC) of 78 (217 combined) with a strong position and still in the battle for the win. Daniel Cho (Pacific GC) scores a 73 for a combined score of 218 and retains the second place of his division.
Jeneath Wong (Metropolitan GC) of the girls 15 & under division now leads the peloton with her fiery score of 71 (213 combined), taking the lead of two-day holder Cassie Porter (Peregian Springs GC), who scored 78 for a combined total 217 today. The winner of the Greg Norman Junior Master 2017, Suenghui (Kerri) Bong (Hills International GC), ranks second in both her division and overall with an impressive score of 73 (216 combined).
In the 17 & under girls division Momo Sugiyama (Royal Pines GC) (72), Min Kweon (Sanctuary Cove GC) (77) and Hannah Reeves (Hills International GC) (78) are all in this division on the shared second place with their scores of 226 combined each.
Meanwhile Claire Shin's (Concord GC) score of 76 (227 combined) sees her in the 13 & under girls the leading position in the division, closely followed by Mary Golder (Dalby GC) who retains her second place with a score of 76 (230 combined).
Each of the six divisions is reduced by 60%, so the leading 40% players plus bands in each division will participate in the last 18 holes. Also the leading 2 Nett-scores in each division will, if they are not yet qualified, play in the last 18 holes.
Tournament photo's of round 3 are available on the Facebook page Junior Golf Queensland.
The last day of the Greg Norman Junior Masters 2018 will be played on Palmer Colonial with starting times from 6.46 hours. The presentation and the closing ceremony are held immediately after the game.
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.