Brockville, ON – As we prepare for the final round tomorrow, moving day heated up at Brockville Country Club for round three of the Ontario Junior (U19) Girls’ Championship. With the top 42 junior girls in the province competing in the final 36-holes, the leaderboard witnessed a lot of movement and positions have really tightened up at the top.
With eleven girls sitting at the top within a ten-stroke difference, the leaderboard is shaping up to for a thrilling final round. The leader heading into the remaining 18-holes of competition is Vanessa Borovilos (Weston G&CC), after a one-over round (73). Round two leader Chaewon Baek (BC Public Player), has fallen to second just one-stroke off the leader. Holding a tie in third, two strokes off Borovilos, is Krystal Li (Summit G&CC) and Peyton Costabile (Whistle Bear GC). Low round of the day goes to Tara O’Connor of Victoria Park East Golf Club, who’s shot the lowest round of the championship so far at even-par (72).
Following today’s round, the current leader Borovilos, said that “I felt like I played pretty consistent. The course is definitely very strategic, so you have to place it in the right spots.” The 2018 Ontario Peewee Girls’ Champion isn’t looking to switch anything up heading into the final round, noting with a big smile, “I’m just going to try to keep doing what I’m doing and we’ll see what happens.”
A 2021 Ontario Junior (U19) Girls’ Champion will be crowned tomorrow, following the 7:30 a.m. tee-off. Golf Ontario has updated its COVID-19 protocols to reflect that spectators and coaches are now allowed at all events, permitting capacity limits of the host club. You are welcome to catch live action of the final round in person at Brockville Country Club or tune in with us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook for videos and updates. We will be live streaming the final green and the awards ceremony on Instagram as well.
For leaderboard information, pairings, and tee times, visit our Golf Genius page. To find media coverage of the Ontario Junior (U19) Girls’ Championship, please visit our @TheGolfOntario Facebook page and view photo albums.
About The Ontario Junior (U19) Girls’ Championship
First contested in 1927, the Ontario Junior (U19) Girls’ Championship features Ontario’s best amateur female golfers age 18 and under. The event consists of 72 holes of stroke play competition. The championship has a rich history of young Ontarians who have gone on to have successful golf careers, such as World Golf Hall of Fame member Marlene Stewart Streit (1951, 1952). Other notable winners include Sandra Post (1965, 1966), Sue Hilton (1962), Alena Sharp (1997, 1998), Jessica Shepley (2001), Jennifer Kirby (2008, 2009), and Brooke Henderson (2011, 2012).
Key Provincial Competitions Protocols/Restrictions (as of July 21st, **subject to change)
- At all times, and in all places, 2-metre physical distancing should be respected.
- Coaches and spectators are permitted at Golf Ontario Championships and Qualifiers with capacity limits. Spectators must check-in at registration, complete a wellness check and pick up accreditation before being allowed on the course.
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