Competitors gave Braeben Golf Course their best effort for three days at the Ontario Summer Games in Mississauga in the hopes of topping the leaderboard.
Hamilton Halton Junior Golf Tour claimed the gold medal for the boy’s team event over three fun yet gruelling days of competition. Ethan Irvine led the team to a narrow victory after battling with the competition all weekend.
In the girl’s team event, Jamieson Junior Golf tour took a comfortable lead on the final day to ensure their place at the top of the podium. Emily Young of Kingsville Golf and Country Club paved the way to a gold medal for her team.
On the boys’ side, Hamilton Halton Junior Golf Tour saw a fantastic performance from Ethan Irvine, shooting a 65 (-7) on the final day to claim the team’s spot on the podium for his team.
Irvine shot well enough to secure him the gold medal in the individual boy’s competition. Irvine was followed by Ben Sheridan of Ottawa Valley Golf Association in the silver medal position and Christian Morneau of the Jamieson Junior Golf Tour for third.
The girls had a tight race all weekend, but Emily Young topped the rest of the playing field and won the gold medal in the girls’ individual stroke play after a great weekend shooting 81-79-79. Avery Nordman of Ottawa Valley Golf Association followed behind to claim the silver medal. Vanessa Ardovini from Jamieson Junior Golf Tour took the bronze medal.
Congratulations to all players on a great weekend and thank you to the games and Braeben Golf Course for your hospitality. For final standings and scores, check out the leaderboard here.
About the Ontario Summer Games
The Ontario Summer Games were first delivered in 1973 by the City of Oshawa. Since then, the Games have grown to host over 3500 participants competing in 19 sports. The Mississauga 2022 Ontario Summer Games will be the 26th edition.
Visit the Ontario Summer Games website for more sports, results and contact information.