Juniors at Ross Golf Club continue to thrive

By Ross Gazette sports reporter   |   Sport reporter   |
Thursday 12th September 2019 8:45 am
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Ross Juniors Captain, Harry Griffiths, experienced  one of his best rounds of the season when taking part with 60 others in the August Medal competition for the Gorsley based Ross Club’s men’s members.

The four handicap teenager kick-started his round with a birdie on the first hole and with three more to follow Harry was impressively three under gross par after nine holes. Maintaining his consistent play throughout by staying calm and focusing on his skills and drills processes, Harry collected another birdie to finish with a two under par gross 70 round which made him winner of both gross and net categories and a fine achievement.

Enjoying a one shot handicap reduction to three Harry continues his aim ‘to become ‘the best that he can be’ as scratch status ultimately awaits him. He will then join fellow golfing pal and former Juniors Captain Cam Haines who recently celebrated achieving a coveted scratch ranking.

As a pair they have witnessed an unprecedented unbeaten season to play a significant part in enabling the Ross Club to maintain by the narrowest of margins it’s Division 1 status for 2020. More evidence of continuous improvement and a team ethos being natural bedfellows particularly in the development of young people as fostered within the Ross Club through the combined efforts of their Junior Forum Committee and School of Academy operated by Head Professional Tim Hall and his Pro-Shop Team. See the full story in this week’s edition of the Ross Gazette, or subscribe to our online edition here 

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