Jamaica produce good opening day at Caribbean Golf Championships


Jamaica had a good opening day at the 2018 Caribbean Amateur Junior Golf Championship at Caymanas Golf Club in St Catherine on Wednesday.

At the end of the day, Jamaica scored 43 points in the team’s standings to hold down joint second place with Dominican Republic, with both countries five points behind leaders and defending champions Puerto Rico, on 48 points.

Trinidad & Tobago are fourth place with 34 points followed by Bahamas (29 points) and Barbados (25).

Jamaica featured in the top five positions in all six age-group categories and the team is sitting at the top of the leaderboard in the boys’ 18 and under category with Sebert Walker Jr. scoring an even par 72.

Walker leads five other golfers, who are tied for second, including fellow Jamaican Justin Burrowes, all…

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