Team Jamaica cops 2nd in Caribbean Amateur Junior Golf Championships

After three exciting days of nail biting competition, Team Jamaica came out with wins in two divisions and copped two 2nd place finishes at the 31st Caribbean Amateur Junior Golf Championships which ended on Friday.

The island’s young golfers finished second overall in the competition which was held at Caymanas Golf Club.

It was a tremendous showcase of great promise for the future of young golfers, including females, in Jamaica. Results in the girl’s sections included Emily Mayne’s 2nd place finish in the 13 & Under Girls and Kei Harris who not only grabbed 2nd place in the 18 & Under Girls but also took home the Izzy Marley Award for Sportsmanship. Harris is the second Jamaican female to win this award, with Evelyn Lai being the first in 2016. 

Peter Levy of BCIC (the event’s title…

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