Juniors teed up in numbers

North Sound Golf Club hosted the second round of the Digicel Junior Golf Series on Sunday and there was an encouraging turnout. 

The opportunity to experience regular competitive golf has proved popular with 35 golfers of all ages and abilities playing in various categories. Martin Bould, CEO for Digicel Cayman, was at the course to present trophies to winners and spoke of the companies delight to be involved in the junior golf program. 

He thanked North Sound Golf Club and the Cayman Islands Golf Association for the work put in to develop junior golf in Cayman. 

James Walton, CIGA vice president, said: “We were overwhelmed with the turnout for today’s tournament. 

“We are extremely grateful for the support provided by Digicel, North Sound Golf Club, the parents and volunteers that give up their time to see that tournaments run smoothly. 

“We are excited to monitor the development of the golfers over the six months of the series.” 

Round 3 will be held at North Sound Golf Club on Dec. 6. Tournament enquires can be made to [email protected] 

Juniors teed up in numbers

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