Valliere fourth in Juvenile division of Canadian golf championships

Courtenay golfer Mark Valliere 16, a member of Ratcliffe Golf Elite Jounior Academy at Crown Isle Resort, shot a final round 1-under-par 71 to finish tied for 16th at the Canadian Junior Boys Championship, held Aug. 2-5 at Morgan Creek Golf Club in South Surrey.

 

 

 

 

 

Courtenay golfer Mark Valliere 16, a member of Ratcliffe Golf Elite Jounior Academy at Crown Isle Resort, shot a final round 1-under-par 71 to finish tied for 16th at the Canadian Junior Boys Championship, held Aug. 2-5 at Morgan Creek Golf Club in South Surrey.

Valliere was one of only six players to break par in the final round because of the windy conditions.  In the Juvenille division of the championship Valliere finished fourth: all members of Team BC, which will be participating this week in Kamloops at the Western Canada Summer Games, finished in the top five.

The Games golfing venue takes place Friday, Aug. 12 to Sunday, Aug. 14 with the first two days counting toward the team competition and the final round for the individual.

 

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