All teed up

Cayman golfers are busy again at North Sound Golf Club this weekend.

On Saturday it’s the final round of the national team qualifiers to represent Cayman at the Caribbean Amateur Golf Championships at the end of July in Jamaica. The team will be announced after the results are in and the committee has met.

The juniors are playing on Sunday in the “Drive, Chip and Putt Cayman Challenge.” It runs from 9-11 a.m., and entry is $10. Around 40 juniors at least 7 years old and ranging in skill from beginner to international will compete.

It promises to be a fun event and is part of the Cayman Islands Golf Association’s initiative to grow the game and take it out into the community.

If he plays, the new men’s champion, Brian Ross, who beat last year’s winner Michael Wight in a close battle for the national title two weeks ago, is expected to qualify.