Morris and Munn-Barrow lead into final round of national golf trials

Former national champions Sean Morris and Jodi Munn-Barrow maintained the lead at the end of Saturday’s second round of the Jamaica Golf Association (JGA) senior trials for the Caribbean Championships in Florida from October 9-12. Morris who had a three stroke lead on day one after an even par 72, fired a three over par 75 for a 147 total to enter Sunday's final round at the Caymanas Course with a five shot advantage over Mark Newnham who carded 75 on both days as the two are well set to be Jamaica's representatives in the Ramon Baez mid amateur category at the Caribbean Championships.
Jodi Munn-Barrow increased her lead over veteran Maggie Lyn to 10 strokes. They are vying to represent Jamaica in the Maria Topez section for the ladies category. Barrow who carded 3 over par 75 on Friday, shot a five over par 77 on Saturday to be on 8 over par 152. Lyn had rounds of 82 and 80 to be on 162.

Overnight leader Bert Tomlinson failed to follow up on his 78 on day one with a 7 over par 79 to share the lead with Michael Boyd in the super-seniors division for the contest to represent the country in the Higgs and Higgs category. Boyd carded 80 and 77 to tie with a score of 157.

comments powered by Disqus
More Stories
Most Popular
NHT directed to lower its housing costs
Claiming race back on Saturday's card after...
Sagicor now an associated company of JMMB...