Host Jamaica Off To Promising Start At The 31st Caribbean Amateur Junior Golf Championship

 Jamaica Sports News: Jamaica’s Sebert Walker Was Atop The Leader Board In The Boys 18 And Under Category, At The End Of Day One Of The 31st Caribbean Amateur Junior Golf Championship, At The Caymanas Golf And  Country  Club In St. Catherine,

Walker, Who Shot An Even Par 72, Leads Five Other Golfers Who Are Tied For Second On 76, Including Fellow Jamaican Justin Burrowes.

The Other Four Golfers Are Juan Delgafo And Gustavo Betances Of The Dominican Republic And Brothers Melvin And Antonio Morales Of Puerto Rico.

On The Girls Side, Jamaica’s Kei Harris Is Tied With Maria Sanchez Of The Dominican Republic In Second Place On 76, One Shot Behind Puerto Rico’s Valeria Pacheco.

The 15 And  Under Boys Category Is Being Led By Aaron Jarvis Of The Cayman Islands, With A Two Under Par 70, While Diego Saavedra Of Defending Champions Puerto Rico Is A Stroke Adrift.

Julio Rios Of The Dominican Republic Is On 74, While The Best Placed Jamaican Is Michael Lowe Who Finished The Day On 75 In Fourth.

The Girls Section Is Being Led By Emily Odwin Of Puerto Rico, Who Tallied Four Over Par 76.

The Top Jamaican Is Eryn Blakely Who Posted A Score Of Eleven Over Par 83.

Chris Richards Of Trinidad And Tobago 75, Is Atop The 13 And Under Leaderboard By Just One Stroke Ahead Of Jamaica’s Rocco Lopez.

In The Girls 13 And Under, Jamaica’s Emily Mayne Scored 85 To Take The Third Spot Behind Darianys Guzman Of Barbados 78 And Holy Mclean Of The Cayman Islands 83.

So After All The Scores Were Tallied, It Was Defending Champions Puerto Rico On Top With 48 Points. They Are Followed By Jamaica And The Dominican Republic, Who Are Tied On 43 Points, Trinidad And Tobago Is Next On 34, The Bahamas 29, Barbados 25, The Cayman Islands 23 And The Turks And Caicos 6.

The Players Are Scheduled To Return To The Course On Thursday Morning At 8:30, For Round Two Of The 4-Day Championship.


By: Mckoy’s News Sports Team

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