Grafton ju­niors take on the Bal­lina course

The Daily Examiner - - RACING -

GRAFTON ju­niors com­peted in the Jack New­ton Mas­ters se­ries at Bal­lina dur­ing the past two days.

The course was in im­mac­u­late con­di­tion, greens fast but fair and fair­ways with run played un­der cloud­less skies.

No tro­phies re­turned from the event.

Wil­low Har­ris played to form on the first day and had 75, three over – he recorded an ea­gle on the par five 6th hole, his 15th hole for the day, and played the last four holes in two un­der par

Nick Fuller, who was bat­tling his driver play­ing with Wil­low, played the last four holes in four over and recorded an 81 gross

On the sec­ond day, Fuller recorded 81 again, play­ing most of his game from among the trees bat­tling a big hook, while Har­ris failed to back up his good work on the first day and recorded a 79 gross, three over, win­ning the over­all tro­phy.

Hol­lie Fuller, play­ing off a 14 hand­i­cap, played her first 18-hole event in the Mas­ters se­ries with­out a cad­die and had a great first day at 88 gross.

She recorded many pars and a birdie in her round but could have been much bet­ter ex­cept for a poor fin­ish on the last three holes – a triple/bo­gey/dou­ble had her fin­ish 16 over the card.

On the sec­ond day she strug­gled with her short game and recorded a 90 gross, 18 over, and fin­ished 10 shots be­hind the win­ner in her sec­tion.

Mad­di­son Mc­kee also played in the tour­na­ment.

Photo: Con­trib­uted

GAME ON: Nick Fuller and Wil­low Har­ris wait to tee off.

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