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Junior Golf Masters at Ocean Shores

2014 Ocean Shores Junior Masters Winners-(2)

Ocean Shores Junior Masters Champions Jacomb Borra (71)
and Kirsty Hodgkins (74) with Greg Norman’s coach and representative, Charlie Earp.

In the 11th annual qualifier for the Greg Norman Junior Masters, the Ocean Shores Junior Masters was played in fantastic conditions, and is a credit to superintendent, Shane Heaney and staff at the Country Club.

Juniors from Brisbane to Coffs Harbour descended on Ocean Shores and the standard of play was outstanding.

The winners were: Ocean Shores Junior Masters Champions, Jacomb Borra (71) and Kirsty Hodgkins (74); runners-up Jacob Tonkin (72) and Robyn Choi (76); and the net winners Tiger Boontang (65) and Grace Williams (69).

The winner of the Gary Ridge Memorial Trophy was Ethan Walker (47) and his trophy was presented by Gary’s partner, Cathy Lane.

The winner of the Steve Hall Memorial Trophy, which is given to the best Ocean Shores Junior, was won by Ty Grace (Net 31).

Gary Ridge Memorial Trophy for 9 Holes Ethan Walker (47) alongside Gary’s partner Cathy Lane.

Gary Ridge Memorial Trophy for 9 Holes Ethan Walker (47)
alongside Gary’s partner Cathy Lane.

Steve Hall Memorial Trophy for Best Ocean Shores Junior – Ty Grace (Net 31) with Greg Norman’s coach Charlie Earp

Steve Hall Memorial Trophy for Best Ocean Shores Junior – Ty Grace (Net 31)
with Greg Norman’s coach Charlie Earp


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