On what was another perfect day in paradise “all be it a little windy” a field of Queensland’s Finest Junior Golfers took to the fairways at Twin Waters and produced some incredible performances to put themselves in the hunt to become the 2020 Invincibles IGA Sunshine Coast Junior Masters Champions, particularly Amy Hodgkins (Redcliffe) who shot the low round of the championship after day two, to record rounds of…………..……
76 – 69=145 off the stick, one shot clear of the inform and incredibly talented Justice Bosio (Caboolture) who sits one shot back on 74-72=146.
Kai Komulainen (Emerald Lakes) maintained his lead by one shot after recording rounds of 71-73=144 over Harry Takis (Nudgee) who stands at 73-72=145 with Yevin Samararatne (Royal Queensland) and Josh Liston (Emerald Lakes) sitting one shot further back after recoding rounds of 73-73=146 and 71-75=146 respectively, with many players working their way into the fray!
Full list of scores on The Invincibles App.
A major highlight during round two went to Luka Butterworth (Pacific p2 below) who went through the first five holes, five under, that included the perfect shot into the 166m second hole for a “Hole in One” after birdying the previous hole that kick started his birdie spree.
The Tour would like to take the opportunity to thank Steve Hutchison manager at Twin Waters and his staff for the brilliant job they did presenting their course and facilities for us to contest round two of our Masters Championship, once again, it was much appreciated.
To correct an oversight from day one at Peregian, we would like to congratulate Mikayla Dyal (Caboolture) for recording her best ever score, a brilliant 78. As we keep saying, it does not get any better than bettering your best, to the discust of her father, who put money up suggesting that she could not go sub eighty. All fool dad!
Pictured p1 and 3 below, are the club house leaders after round 2 in Kai Komulainen (Emerald Lakes) and Amy Hodgkins (Redcliffe).
Highlights included: Baxter Smith’s approach to 5 to set up birdie and James Riseley’s up and down on the same hole for par, Amy Hodgkins and Shyla Singh’s approach to five for tap in birdies, Jordy McGarry’s drive on 6, Mikayla Dyal’s chip in on 8 for birdie and Taj Egea and Tyler Quaill’s up and down on 18 for birdies, and Daniel Cho’s magnificent putt on 18 for a birdie to finish the day on a high, which were just a few of the many highlights during round two at Twin Waters.
The Tour looks forward to catching up with everyone at Pelican Waters tomorrow, with a 9.00am arrival, 10.00am tee off with the leading contenders heading out in the final groupings!