Windred leaves big impression in the US

SUCCESS: Blake Windred marked his US golf debut by finishing second at the Aaron Baddeley International Junior Championship. Picture: Simone De Peak.IF Blake Windred was nervous about playing his first round of golf on American soil it went undetected on thescore sheet.

The 18-year-old finished second at the Aaron BaddeleyInternational Junior Championship last Thursday in San Diego.Fellow AustralianMinwoo Lee, who hails from Fremantle, carded four sub-69 rounds to win at 271, 17 under par.

Windred was five strokes behind after carding rounds of68,71,70 and67.

Lee and Windred’s dominance guaranteed Australia were team champions by three strokes over San Diego Junior Golf.

** Nick Flanagan will be forced to rely on sponsors invitations and wildcard entries next season after the Belmont professional bombed in the final of the US web老域名出售 Tour Q-School on Sunday.

Flanagan carded 293, seven over par, at Palm Beach Gardens in Florida to finish 114thon the leaderboard.

Canadian Adam Svensson won by seven shots at 266, 20 under par.

** The field is almost full for Toronto’sinvitational pro-am on Friday.

Hunter professionals Nathan Green, Jake Higginbottom and Aaron Townsend are confirmedalongside Lincoln Tighe andDimiPapadatos.

** Belmont Golf Club isexamining several redevelopmentoptions after acquiring 1.5hectares of land adjacent to the course.

The two separate lots were bought from theRoads and Maritime Services. Part of the land was previouslyleased and used forthe practice range.

“We’re looking at proposals to put our club in a sustainable economic position, which is what it’s all about these days,” Belmont president Lyn Cooper said.

Options range from a courseredesign toathird-party development.

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