Young talented golfers showed off their skills during the Brett Ogle Junior Masters at the Goulburn Golf Club on Saturday and Sunday, November 23 and 24.
The event was run by the Jack Newton Junior Golf Association.
Wagga Wagga's Bart Carroll was a class above the rest in the boys' championship; while Yeleen Son from Parramatta fought her way to victory in the girls' side.
Four players from Goulburn joined 123 other participants from across the state in what was a terrific golfing display.
Temperatures reached 30 degrees Celsius, but it was a high level of golf in hot and dry conditions.
This was the last of the juniors masters series for 2019, of which there are nine events each year.
Carroll won with a score of -12 while Yeleen Son finished on +4 before winning in a playoff.
Carroll looked to be stronger as the competition went on and it was a comfortable win for him in the end, strolling home by eight shots.
Mulwaree High School student Noah Bricknell, 13, came equal 28th with a score of +14; Mulwaree's Dylan Croker, 16, finished equal 37th, scoring +18; and locals Mason Herring and Anbarasan Mitchell (who was a Ray Harvey recipient earlier this year) finished on +28 in 58th spot.
Jack Newton Junior Golf player development and events coordinator Heath Canning said the event went really well.
"We were incredibly happy and grateful for Goulburn Golf Club's members and staff's hospitality," Canning said.
"The juniors enjoyed the weekend, and after some great scoring, we are confident they will all return in 2020."
The tournament is named after Goulburn professional golfer Brett Ogle, who donated some Drummond Golf gift vouchers for all the winners.
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