Four locals play in CJGA national golf competition

Four locals got on the final leaderboard at the Canadian Junior Golf Association’s CJGA Junior at Cordova Bay competition over the weekend.

Four locals got on the final leaderboard at the Canadian Junior Golf Association’s CJGA Junior at Cordova Bay competition near Victoria over the weekend.

Running March 12-13 at the Cordova Bay Golf Course in Central Saanich, competitors from across the country took part.

Megan Ratcliffe of Bowser had the best results among Parksville Qualicum Beach area players, earning second in the U19 Junior Girls category with a two-round total of 160.

Jake Lane of Qualicum Beach finished 11th in the U19 Junior Boys category with a score of 163.

Kayli Melissa and Megan O’Reilly, both from Parksville, competed in the U17 Juvenile Girls. Melissa shot 217 over two rounds for seventh, O’Reilly shot 273 for eighth.

Check http://cjga.com/ for more.

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