Uxbridge, ON – The second round of the Junior (U19) Boys Spring Classic at Wooden Sticks Golf Club featured even more competitive play. Marshall Bath of Oshawa Golf and Country Club still leads the way after shooting 4-under par (68). With that being said, the competition behind him on the leaderboard is just as fierce as yesterday.
The biggest mover of the day was Isaiah Ellis of Lookout Point Country Club, who shot 6-under par (66) in the second round after shooting 71 in the first. Thanks to this remarkable day, which included an Eagle on the second hole, Ellis finishes in a tie for second with Isaiah Ibit of Camelot Golf and Country Club, who shot 69 in the second round.
Andrew Aquino of The National Golf Club of Canada finished the day shooting 69, leaving him at 5-under par, which isn’t just good enough for fourth place, but also good enough for a three-stroke lead over Luke Smith of The Thornhill Club in the U17 Division.
Even though there is now only one round left, there is still plenty of golf left to be played as the final round kicks off early tomorrow morning with a 7:30 A.M. tee-off. Weather conditions are once again expected to be in favor of the players with sunshine all day and highs of 22°C.
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