The Canadian Junior Golf Association recently held its inaugural David Hearn Junior Series.
The tournament was held at the Glendale Golf and Country Club in Hamilton and included Special Olympic athletes who joined in the tournament.
Tournament winners include Justin Nelligan, who earned his first win on the Canadian Junior Golf Association by taking the No. 1 spot for the Junior Boys U19. His 10-foot putt for birdie on the 18th hole earned him the winning spot, according to a press release.
Coming in second place, just one shot off of Nelligan’s, was Justin Grant of Burlington.
In the Junior Girls U10 division, Mackenzie Morrison of Toronto took the lead with her final round score of 85 being recorded as the lowest for the division throughout the tournament weekend. Mandy Zeng of Oakville took second place in the division with weekend scores of 97-106-203.
Ethan Cardwell of Courtice took the Bantam Boys U15 division, winning back-to-back titles and the lowest score for his division, with a first-round score of 74. Finishing second place in the division was Connor Munro of Etobicoke.
The Bantam Girls U15 division winner was Sarah Gallagher of Burlington. It was her second win of the season. Earning second place in the division was Roslyn Rooke of Milton.
The David Hearn Foundation, founded in 2015, provides support for the Alzheimer Society of Canada by raising awareness and funds to help individuals and families affected by the disease, according to the release.