Brockville, ON – As the weather continues to impress at Brockville Country Club, it looks like competitors have grasped the difficulty of the course. With lower scores in round two at the 2021 Ontario Junior (U19) Girls’ Championship, a new leader has emerged.
Shooting just one over-par to move into the leader position is Chaewon Baek (BC Public Player), with a total of 148 heading into round three. Round one’s leader, Krystal Li (Summit G&CC), has fallen to fifth following a couple of tough double bogey holes. Currently holding second with a round of 74 is Peyton Costabile (Whistle Bear GC), with Alessandra Nagayo (Public Player) and Vanessa Borovilos (Weston G&CC) following behind in a tie for third (150). Nagayo had a consistent round firing 75, while Borovilos took the low round of the day with an even-par.
Cuts have been made to the low 42 scores heading in tomorrow’s round, which tees off at 7:30 a.m.. For round three coverage, make sure to follow along with us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook for all your live updates. Leaderboard information, pairings, and tee times can be found on our Golf Genius page. For media coverage of the Ontario Junior (U19) Girls’ Championship, please visit the Golf Ontario Facebook page and view photo albums.
About The Ontario Junior (U19) Girls’ Championship
First contested in 1927, the Ontario Junior (U19) Girls’ Championship features Ontario’s best amateur female golfers age 18 and under. The event consists of 72 holes of stroke play competition. The championship has a rich history of young Ontarians who have gone on to have successful golf careers, such as World Golf Hall of Fame member Marlene Stewart Streit (1951, 1952). Other notable winners include, Sandra Post (1965, 1966), Sue Hilton (1962), Alena Sharp (1997, 1998), Jessica Shepley (2001), Jennifer Kirby (2008, 2009), and Brooke Henderson (2011, 2012).
Key Provincial Competitions Protocols/Restrictions (as of July 21st, **subject to change)
- At all times, and in all places, 2-metre physical distancing should be respected.
- Coaches and spectators are permitted at Golf Ontario Championships and Qualifiers with capacity limits. Spectators must check in at registration, complete a wellness check and pick up accreditation before being allowed on the course.
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