Keith Moody's Junior Update
LUGC Junior Golf Update.
Once more our Under 14’s team have done us proud by retaining the Midland Boys’ Under 14’s Championship, at Broughton Heath, in brilliant fashion by the same 14 shot margin as last year. They got off to a solid morning start with good scores being returned - five out of six to count. At the half way stage we were on 311 - just two clear of Nottinghamshire. In the second round all our players returned scores better or equal to their morning scores with one player knocking a huge hole in his morning score to post a one over par gross score for the afternoon.
At the end of the second round we posted a score of 293 (Total 604) which increased our lead over Notts to a massive 14 shots. The same as last year. Well done lads. Only two of last year’s team were eligible to play again this time but it does demonstrate that we do have some good golfers coming through our system.
As you can see we do have a need to continually introduce new players into our teams, at all levels, and also introduce them to our registration system and competitions. So, please, spread the word about our junior activities the more the merrier.
Also, it wouldn't have been possible without the support of the parents who, not just for this event but all others too, who make sure that the players arrive at the right place at the right time. Thanks to all the parents involved in Lincolnshire junior golf.
In earlier weeks the juniors completed their summer competitions. Full results are elsewhere on the web site but just to re-cap but in the Les Johnson Trophy held at Louth Golf Club Sanjay Nithiyalingam took first place with a score of gross level par 72 on a very well presented course with some really fast greens and, also, in very windy conditions.
Both the Under 18’s and Under 16’s/Under14’s teams have completed their fixtures for this year in a rather disappointing fashion due to the withdrawal of Northamptonshire who had won through to the England Finals of the six man team event at Kings Lynn. They were second behind Wiltshire. So the expected fixture at Sleaford didn’t take place at all and the triangular match at Stanton on the Wold became just a match against Nottinghamshire who ran out winners by 12 ½ to 2 ½.
Posted on 30/08/2015
by Harvey Harrison