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Golf Ontario – Nine teams compete in individual and group competitions this weekend at the Ontario Summer Games Golf Competition. The first round of the Ontario Summer Games Junior (U19) Golf Competition took place today at Thames Valley Golf Club with a shotgun start at 10 am.

Curtis Hughes of Beach Grove Golf & Country Club leads the Boys Individual competition, he was (-3) 67 through the course, +1 on the front nine with two double bogeys and a birdie, and was -4 through the back nine with four birdies. Justin Posteraro of Royal Ashburn Golf Club and Mathis Rollin of Camelot Golf and Country Club are tied for 2nd both (+1) 71 on the day.

Hannah Meloche of Sutton Creek Golf & Country Club and Skylar Kew of Dundas Valley Golf & Curling Club are tied for first place in the Girls Individual Competition, they both sit at (+6) 76.

In the Boys Team competition, The Durham Junior Golf Tour is leading today with +16 for a total of 366 followed by the Jamieson Vitamins Junior Golf Tour who is +20, 370 after the first day, followed by the Ottawa Valley Golf Association (+26) 376

In the Girls Team competition, the Jamieson Vitamins Junior Golf Tour is at (+15) 155, the Hamilton Halton Junior Golf Tour is (+19) 159, and the Durham Junior Golf Tour is at (+25) 165.

Mike Kelly, Executive Director of Golf Ontario was happy to attend the Opening ceremony of the games on Thursday night, We are happy to be hosting the Golf Competition at this years Ontario Summer Games in London, Ontario. We are looking forward to hosting the junior players and their golf tours for an excellent weekend competition– he said.

The second round of the competition will take place on Saturday starting with a shotgun start at 10 am at Thames Valley Golf Course

Built in 1924, Thames Valley Golf Course is home to an 18-hole Classic Course and a 9-hole Hickory Course. The course is located along the Thames River and features natural topography, pleasant and picturesque elevation, tree-lined fairways and challenging undulating greens suitable for all skill levels. The clubhouse allows for an ideal spectating location, overlooking the 18th hole.

This event is Sponsored by The Business School at Humber College, and the Business Administration Professional Golf Management programs.

Amber Morley
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