Hi5Golf take junior net title at Goodwill Tournament
Hi5Golf won the junior men’s team net division title at the 60th Bermuda Goodwill Pro-am Tournament yesterday, carding a final round 56 to win by three strokes over National Golf Club of Canada ’B’ team.
Hi5Golf, of Canada, pipped overnight leaders National Golf Club for the title, after finishing the four-round tournament with a score of 238 while National Golf Club finished on 241 to take second overall. Hidden Valley Golf Club and Performance Academy at Magna tied for third on 244 after final rounds of 61 and 59 yesterday.
Performance Academy at Magna took home the junior gross title, winning by four strokes over Hi5Golf after a four-round total of 258. Performance held a six shot lead going into yesterday’s final round. Third overall was Rhode Island Country Club a stroke behind Hi5Golf on 263.
Local club Par 5 Club missed out on the senior men’s net title after failing to hold onto their three stroke lead going into the final round. Their round of 61 was bettered by Bellewood GC’s 55 which gave them the title by three strokes over Par 5 Club. Bellewood finished with a 237 score while Par 5 Club had a 240 total and Oshawa Golf and Curling Club were a further three strokes back in third place on 243.
Par 5 Club did manage to win the senior gross title by two strokes after an overall score of 261. Lakes Golf and Country Club finished second on 263 and Oshawa third on 265.
Mid Ocean Club took the ladies net title by a three stroke margin after shooting a 62 in their final round yesterday to finish with an overall score of 250. Another local team, Riddell’s Bay, were second on 253 and Lambton Golf a further seven strokes back on 260.
Chris Smith of Par 5 Club won the junior men’s professional title on 78 points, after picking up 18 points in his final round yesterday at Port Royal to finish a point ahead of Terry Hatch of Hidden Valley Golf Club who produced a close finish after earning 21 points from his round at Mid Ocean. Third among the junior pros was Danny King of Performance Academy on 73 points. He collected 18 points at Riddell’s Bay to finish on 73 points.
In the senior pros, Scott Spence of Lakes Golf and Country Club took top spot with 73 points overall after earning 16 points from his round at Riddell’s Bay. Second on 68 points was Ted Griffin of Woodland Golf Club ‘A’ while Adam Brown of National Golf Club of Canada tied for third along with Jim Sheerin of Abenaqui Country Club and John Rushnell of Oshawa, all on 64 points.