Tom Smith accepts the
Tom Smith accepts the CONTRIBUTED

Juniors above par at Warwick Golf Club

GOLF: The grass looks green for the next generation of young Warwick golfers.

Warwick Junior Golf celebrated the 2015 Junior Championships with a presentation evening and night golf extravaganza at the Warwick Golf Club.

Held over two weekends in November, the first weekend was the Darling Downs Junior Golf Classic followed by the championships for 4, 6, 9 and 18-hole players.

The Warwick juniors had great success at the Darling Downs Classic with Dylan Barraclough (boys best gross), Tom Smith (overall best net), Cameron Watt (9-hole runner-up), Fraser Collins (6-hole champion), Daniel Fischer (4-hole champion) and Ryan Fischer (4-hole runner-up).

Barraclough was awarded the 18-hole junior champion title ahead of runner-up Ben O'Dea.

Tom Smith won 18-hole junior champion net.

Cameron Watt was named 9-hole junior champion with Matthew Watt runner-up.

Smith congratulates 6-Hole champion Fraser Collins (left) and 9-hole champion Cameron Watt.
Smith congratulates 6-Hole champion Fraser Collins (left) and 9-hole champion Cameron Watt.

Fraser Collins was 6-hole junior champion and Ryan Fischer was named 4-hole champion with runner-up going to Daniel Fischer.

The presentations capped-off a big year for the Warwick junior golfers, with many members having competed at junior tournaments across Queensland.

Nathan Jones and Barraclough were named in the Darling Downs Team during the year.

The Warwick Junior Golf pennants team came runner-up in the Darling Downs district competition.

Awards

 18-hole junior champion - Dylan Barraclough

 18-hole runner-up - Ben O'Dea

 18-hole junior champion net - Tom Smith

 9-hole junior champion - Cameron Watt

 9-hole runner-up - Matthew Watt

 6-hole junior champion - Fraser Collins

 4-hole junior champion - Ryan Fischer

 4-hole runner-up - Daniel Fischer



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