igajmasters 2020 main On what was another perfect day to be outdoors, particularly when you were lucky enough to be at the beautifully presented Noosa Springs Golf and Spa Resort contesting the final Round of The Invincibles IGA Sunshine Coast Junior Masters Championship, in front of an extremely nervous group of friends and family members willing their……


Chargers over the line.


Even though Justice Bosio (Caboolture) started out slowly at Peregian Golf Course, she held her nerve and built momentum over the following three days, where her serious talent shone through after recording rounds of 74-72-70-69=285, enabled her in the final round to forge ahead of the very talented Amy Hodgkins (Redcliffe) who finished with rounds of 76-74-69-75=294.


Both Justice and Amy recorded the low rounds of the Championship, 69, which was an excellent effort.


It was an enthralling sight to witness both Harry Takis (Nudgee) and Yevin Samararatne (Royal Queensland) go head to head over the final holes, where Harry finally got over the line with scores 73-72-75-73=293 against Yevin’s very consistent 73-73-73-77=296.


It was fair to say, that both Justice and Harry were thrilled to bits with thier win, and rightly so, particularly for Justice, given she was runner up to Isabelle Simpson (Indooroopilly) in a play-off in 2018!


Both Justice and Harry have had extremely rewarding tournaments on The Invincibles Tour by taking out The Invincibles IGA Junior Masters and Matchplay Championships for 2020.


Full results can be found on The Invincibles App


Ionna Muir (Maroochy River) won the IGA Girls Junior Masters Nett Title in a c/b from Amy Hodgkins (Redcliffe) after both girls recorded nett totals of 286, which Ionna won via having the lowest final round score, 74-69nett.


Adam Van – Dorsselaer (Mt Coolum) won the Boys nett division of the Masters, with the same nett score as the girls, 286!


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L/R Adam Van-Dorsselaer - Justice Bosio

Harry Takis - Ionna Muir


The lowest score in the boy’s division went to Josh Holbrook (Headland) with a two under par 70!


Day two at Twin Waters saw Luka Butterworth (Pacific) hole out for a “Hole in One” with his trusty 7 iron into the 166m par three second hole.


Once again, the committee of The Invincibles Tour would like to thank on behalf of all participants and their families, Daniel Morrison (Peregian) Steve Hutchison (Twin Waters) Dale Williams (Pelican Waters) and Mark Brady (Noosa Springs) and their office and bar staff, Caterers, the teams in the Pro Shop and their ground staff for having their course and facilities in magnificent condition to host the championship and for making everyone feel so welcome.


It really is very much appreciated by those that were lucky enough to participate.


Highlights included: Thomas Winn’s seven metre putt on 7 for par, Shyla Singh’s tee shot and Chris Somerfield’s tee shot and birdie on 4 for birdie, Jordy McGarry’s approach and birdie out on 10, Josh Holbrook and Jordan Speare’s drive, approach and birdie putts on 12 after Jordan had birdie the previous hole.


Other highlights included Thomas Winn’s forty foot putt on 7 to save par, Matthys Visser’s birdie putt on 7, Caitlin Vanderkruk’s brilliant approach to within a foot for a tap in birdie on 12 and Josh Holbrook’s 20ft putt on 13 for birdie, which were once again, just a few of the many highlights during round four Noosa Springs.


It would be fair to say that the Masters Championship Major Highlights were the camaraderie, sportsmanship, and friendships that were on display with both the competitors, their parents and families that helped with scoring and marshalling throughout the Championship, it was spectacular and a pleasure for all involved to be associated with.


Full article, including gallery to follow.