Yanick sixth in division

Courtenay’s Logan Yanick looked right at home against elite competition at the World Junior Challenge golf tournament, held Dec. 28-30 at the Innisbrook Golf Resort in Palm Harbour, Fla.

Courtenay’s Logan Yanick looked right at home against elite competition at the World Junior Challenge golf tournament, held Dec. 28-30 at the Innisbrook Golf Resort in Palm Harbour, Fla.

The beautiful weather finally came through for the final day of tournament play. After having two days to acclimate themselves to the courses, the players finally had the sun on their side on Thursday, however high winds continued to test their mettle.

Competing in the competitive boys 14 and under division, Yanick shot a 20-over 232 (77-76-72) to finish sixth in his division and tied for 16th overall. He was low Canadian in his division and third low Canadian overall. Timothy Colanta of Monroe Township, New Jersey, finished the three-day event with a seven-over 219, winning the 14 & Under division as well as the overall tournament.

The World Junior Challenge, now in its 18th year, is one of the marquee events conducted by the Canadian Junior Golf Association. Since the inaugural tee-off in 1993, the World Junior Challenge has seen thousands of junior golfers, representing over 30 countries, pitted against one-another in a friendly, yet competitive environment.

This highly recognized event offers Canadian and international juniors alike the opportunity to compete in an internationally ranked tournament.

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