BC Junior Championship Underway

Kevin Bennett off on Tuesday, the first day of the BC Junior Boys’ Championship at the Rossland-Trail Country Club’s Birchbank Golf Course. Bennett shot a five-over-par 77 on the first day of the competition, putting him in a tie 55th place out of 156 golfers.

Kevin Bennett off on Tuesday

Kevin Bennett off on Tuesday, the first day of the BC Junior Boys’ Championship at the Rossland-Trail Country Club’s Birchbank Golf Course. Bennett shot a five-over-par 77 on the first day of the competition, putting him in a tie 55th place out of 156 golfers.

Local golfer Brenan Moroney also fared well in the first round, shooting a four-over-par 76 which put him in a tie for 45th after the first day.

Other local golfers in the competition include Braden McKay and Tyler McKay who both sat in a tie for 120th position, each with a first-round score of 82. Play continues until the final round on Friday.

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