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Golf Canada – ETHBRIDGE, Alta. – Euna Han of Coquitlam, B.C., set the course record with a 64 to take the lead heading into the second round of the 65th Canadian Junior Girls Championship held at Lethbridge Country Club in Lethbridge, Alta.

Han was six under through the front nine and the lone blemish on her scorecard was a bogey on the par-3 No. 16. She could have gone even lower, narrowly missing an eagle putt on the par-5 No. 17. 

“I cannot feel better really,” said Han. “I putted really well, but I also hit good shots into the green, so the putts weren’t as tricky as they could have been.”

Han’s 8 under 64, course record-setting round was especially remarkable as Lethbridge Country Club hosted the 2012 Canadian Women’s Amateur Championship. Future LPGA players Ariya and Moriya Jutanugarn played the 2012 Canadian Women’s Amateur, with the former claiming the title and firing a round of 65. 

“I want to stay calm and stay patient, not getting too excited or too down if I make mistakes,” added Han when asked about her outlook on the rest of the tournament.

The 16-year-old has enjoyed a successful season, finishing runner-up at the Future Links, driven by Acura Pacific Championship and third at the B.C. Women’s Amateur. Han’s 64 also leads the Juvenile competition.

YanJun (Victoria) Liu finished a single stroke back of Han at 7 under 65. Liu was bogey free, notching six birdies on the front nine.

Hsin Chiao Chang of Chinese Taipei shot 5 under and sits in third place.

Four players are tied for fourth at 2 under; Emily Zhu (Richmond Hill, Ont.), Angela Zhang (Vancouver), Tiffany Kong (Vancouver) and Annabelle Ackroyd (Calgary).

“My front nine was really good,” said Zhu. “I thought I kept my cool and overall I’m very happy with my round. The course is really nice, very well maintained and challenging.” 

“I hit the ball really well, so I just stayed consistent out there,” said Ackroyd. “The course is in great shape, it’s playing awesome. It was a good test. I’d love to play the same way I played today. It’s awesome being home in Alberta.”

Team British Columbia, consisting of Angela Zhang (Vancouver), Cindy Koira (Victoria) and Erin Lee (Langley, B.C.), lead the inter-provincial team competition at 2 under. Team Québec, the defending champions, sit three strokes back in second.

The 2019 Canadian Junior Girls champion will receive an exemption into the 2020 Canadian Women’s Amateur Championship.

NOTE TO MEDIA: Photos from the opening round can be found here. (Credit: Golf Canada)

2019 Canadian Junior Girls Championship first round leaders

1. Euna Han, Coquitlam, BC, *30-34-64 -8

2. YanJun (Victoria) Liu, Vancouver, BC, *30-35-65 -7

3. Hsin Chiao Chang, Chinese Taipei, *35-32-67 -5

4. Annabelle Ackroyd, Calgary, AB, *35-35-70 -2

4. Tiffany Kong, Vancouver, BC, *36-34-70 -2

4. Angela (ZiLan) Zhang, Vancouver, BC, *35-35-70 -2

4. Emily Zhu, Richmond Hill, ON, *33-37-70 -2

8. Madelin Boyd, Oshawa, ON, *34-37-71 -1

8. Claire Lovan, Surrey, BC, *35-36-71 -1

8. Brooke Rivers, Brampton, ON, *38-33-71 -1

8. Martina Yu, Coquitlam, BC, *34-37-71 -1

2019 Canadian Juvenile Girls Championship first round leaders

1. Euna Han, Coquitlam, BC, *30-34-64 -8

2. YanJun (Victoria) Liu, Vancouver, BC, *30-35-65 -7

3. Emily Zhu, Richmond Hill, ON, *33-37-70 -2

4. Madelin Boyd, Oshawa, ON, *34-37-71 -1

4. Brooke Rivers, Brampton, ON, *38-33-71 -1

4. Martina Yu, Coquitlam, BC, *34-37-71 -1

7. Cindy Koira, Victoria, BC, *38-34-72 E

7. Hyeji Yang, Langley, BC, *37-35-72 E

9. Angela Arora, Surrey, BC, *35-38-73 +1

9. Michelle Liu, Vancouver, BC, *35-38-73 +1

9. Alexis McMurray, Oakville, ON, *35-38-73 +1

2019 Canadian Junior Girls Inter-Provincial Team first round leaders

1. British Columbia

2. Québec 

3. Alberta

4. Ontario

5. Saskatchewan

6. Nova Scotia

7. New Brunswick

8. Manitoba


Full scoring can be found here.


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