Young golfers took to the fairways and greens of Blackwood Golf Course on the Clandeboye Estate near Bangor last weekend for the 13th Junior Golf Festival 2014 in association with the Belfast Telegraph and PING.
The event kicked off on Friday with the Forest Feast Primary School Cup followed by the individual competitions on the Saturday.
Winners of the Primary Schools Cup this year were boys from Orangefield Primary, Charlie Parke and Toby Sloan who narrowly beat Campbell College Junior School’s duo of Hugh Minford and Paddy Elmore with 30 points on a Better Back 6. Templepatrick Primary School came third with 27 points. The popular annual event aims to encourage young golfers of all standards to experience golf competition and also hopefully make new friends through the sport.
On Saturday, over 80 young golfers of all ages and abilities descended on The Blackwood for another day of junior golf action. Players travelled significant distances to take part, the furthest away player coming up from Tipperary. Golfers were treated to great golf under sunny skies.
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