Members of Ross Golf Club’s Juniors Academy are looking forward to the challenges afforded them through their comprehensive 2020 Summer programme of events and coaching activities.
Ross Juniors’ captain Harry Griffiths is aware he is fortunate to have such a large number of dedicated and enthusiastic young people in his squad relishing exceeding their 2019 achievements, which were considerable.
Harry, a 2 handicapper, hopes he is on the threshold of becoming a scratch player and Rhys McGinley, after reducing his handicap to 6 and receiving the most improved player of the year award, will want to show he can go even further. Equally Rhys’s sister, Rhian, now a 13 handicapper after collecting two major trophies last year, and her good friend Abbie Bishop, who plays off an improving 17 handicap, will be looking to fly the flag on behalf of the girls section.
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