Locals finish in top 10 at B.C. Bantam golf championships

Victor Choi and Cristina Hidalgo shoot two steady rounds at Qualicum Beach

 

 

 

 

A pair of Comox Valley golfers posted top-10 finishes at 2013 British Columbia Bantam Boys and Girls Golf Championships, held Aug. 26-27 at Qualicum Beach.

Victor Choi of Comox finished in a three-way tie for 10th in the boys’ division, shooting an eight-over 148 (75-73) while Cristina Hidalgo of Courtenay (a member of the Mexico Golf Federation) took 10th in the girls’ division with a 16-over 156 (82-74).

Kolten Almgren of Comox finished 39th in the boys’ division with a two-day total of 181 (92-89) while Brett Woods of Courtenay finished 45th with a 208 (107-101) total.

In the girls’ division, Abigail Rigsby of Courtenay finished in a two-way tie for 11th at 157 (78-79) while Courtenay’s McKenna Fox shot 158 (82-76) to tie for 13th place with Bowser’s Megan Ratcliffe (76-82).

Roy Kang of North Vancouver captured the boys’ title with a three-under total of 137 (69-68) while Alisha Lau of Richmond took the girls’ title with a one-under 139 (70-69).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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