Nine-year-old Jake Burrows, playing in the B grade division, chips to the green on Sunday.
Nine-year-old Jake Burrows, playing in the B grade division, chips to the green on Sunday.

Tom?s in top form



THE overall nett winner of the Titliest Coffs Junior Tournament played at Coffs Harbour Golf Club on Sunday was Tom Major with a nett 98 1/2 for the 27 holes.

Tom who is 11-years-old, has been travelling to a number of junior tournaments around the district produced his best form on his home course.

The best scratch round came from Jason Barby in the Colts section who shot an impressive two under par 104 for the 27 holes.

In the age divisions Alex Beedie was the 13 years and under winner from Luke Feltis while Sagi Wiguna was the scratch winner with a 122 off the stick.

Visitors dominated the 15 years division with Luke Mitchell from Camden Haven winning the nett from Ryan Moon from Port Macquarie. Ben Dunn from Camden Haven shot a five over par 111 to win the gross.

Jackson Seymour restored a little bit of local pride in the 17 years division winning the nett with a score of 101 1/2.

Another local, Nathan Woods was the nett runner-up witha nett 105. Brett Drewitt from Inverell won the scratch with a score of 109. The Colts section saw Brett Thurgood from South West Rocks win the nett and Brett Forrester from Murwillumbah win the gross.

The female winner was Jessica McLean who fired an impressive 73 nett to completely dominate her opponents.



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