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Guan, Jang Claim Macarthur Junior Masters

(3:00pm - Monday 14th June 2021)

Jeffrey Guan (The Australian) added another JNJG title to his impressive resume whilst Ann Jang (Toukley) beat a high quality Girls field to claim the 2021 Macarthur Junior Masters.

Guan backed up his opening round 68 with a 67 at Campbelltown, taking control on the front nine and never looking back as he cruised home with a two shot victory. An eagle on the third kick-started the 16 year old's round and gave him the outright lead, a lead he never relinquished. Two further birdies, alongside just the lone bogey was enough to defeat the ever consistent Ali Rachid (NSW). Rachid birdied the last to finish at four under par, four shots clear of the next closest challenger, once again beating everyone in the field but the imposing Guan.

Max Fischer (Bonnie Doon) had his best JNJG Masters finish, winning the Boys 14/15 Years by one shot whilst sharing third place overall with Kade Webber (Stonecutters Ridge). Harry Atkinson (Kurri) continued his recent good form, finishing one shot further back in outright fifth.

Playing day two at Camden, Toby Farrar (Lynwood) picked up another age division title with a come from behind victory over Sam Cascio (Wollongong) in the Boys 12/13 Years. Farrar stormed home with a three under par back nine to finish with a two under par 69 at Camden. Harry Preece (The Vintage) picked up another Masters victory, winning the 11 Years and Under Division in a nail biter by one shot over Nathan Hong (Macquarie Links) and Joey Eason (Bingara Gorge).

Ann Jang (Toukley) blew her rivals away in the Girls Division, running away with the title recording a six shot victory at Campbelltown. Jang finished the tournament at level par, following up her opening round of 71 with a 74 on the difficult layout. Ella Scaysbrook (Newcastle) and Grace Lee (Glenmore) finished in a share of second, Lee winning the 16 / 17 Years Division by five shots.

Rebecca Yao (Avondale) was the standout of the younger age divisions, winning the Girls 12/13 Years by seven shots after starring at Camden on day two. Camilla Kim (Lynwood) proved too good once again in the Girls Under 11s, with her victory margin being 10 shots.

Final Leaderboard - CLICK HERE



Exciting Finish Looms at Macarthur

(7:00am - Monday 14th June 2021)

The final round of the 2021 Macarthur Junior Masters is underway at Campbelltown and Camden Golf Club's. Three under par leads both boys and girls divisions as players swap courses for round two. Who will take home the trophy?

Live Scores - CLICK HERE



Macarthur Masterclass as Masters Goes Down to the Wire

(5:30pm - Sunday 12th June 2021)

The Macarthur Junior Masters is set to go down to the wire after a wonderful day of golf in Sydney's South West. Max Fischer (Bonnie Doon), Jeffrey Guan (The Australian) and Ali Rachid (NSW) share the lead in the Boys Division after wonderful rounds of three under par 68. Ann Jang (Toukley) matched the boys with a three under par round of her own and takes a one shot lead over Grace Lee (Glenmore) in the Girls Division. 

14 year old Max Fischer will be searching for his maiden JNJG Masters title. He will be up against two of the best players in JNJG with Jeffrey Guan and Ali Rachid each multiple Masters winners. All three boys fired matching rounds of three under par 68 and hold a three shot lead back to the chasing pack, headed up by Ryan Richards (Pennant Hills), Joshua Todd (The Australian) and Kade Webber (Stonecutters Ridge) at level par.

Ann Jang (Toukley) and Grace Lee (Glenmore) lead the Girls Division, the only two girls who managed to finish the day in red figures. Jang had four birdies and an eagle in her round of 71, one shot clear of Lee who had five birdies of her own in a round of 72.

The older divisions all played at Camden in round one, switching over to Campbelltown for round two with play to begin at 7:00am.

The best scores of the younger age divisions at Campbelltown were Sam Cascio (Wollongong) and Cooper Starkey (Bathurst) who fired rounds of 72 (+2) and 73 (+3). The boys impressed on day one, finishing in the top 10 overall on a beautiful winter's day. The younger players move to Camden on day two, also starting play at 7:00am.


Round 2 Draw - Campbelltown

Round 2 Draw - Camden

Leaderboard - Click Here



Cold Start for Macarthur Junior Masters

(7:00am - Sunday 12th June 2021)

It promises to be a lovely day, but it's a very cold morning in Sydney's South West for the opening round of the 2021 Macarthur Junior Masters. More than 200 players will take part in the tournament, spread across two courses, with Campbelltown GC and Camden GC hosting the tournament once again.

Play begins at 8am this morning, with draws and leaderboards available below!

Round 1 Draw - Campbelltown (Round 1A on website) 

Round 2 Draw - Camden (Round 1B on website) 

Leaderboard -  CLICK HERE (Live scoring will begin as players finish the opening 9 Holes from 10am)



2021 Macarthur Junior Masters - Tournament Preview

(9:55am - Thursday 10th June 2021)

The strongest Junior Masters field of the year will head to Sydney’s South West this long weekend, with over 200 players set to tee it up in the 2021 Macarthur Junior Masters. Campbelltown GC and Camden GC once again joint-host the tournament, with all players playing 18 holes at both tournament venues.

Players in the 11 Years & Under and 12 & 13 Years Divisions will play 18 Holes at Campbelltown GC on Sunday in the opening round before switching over and playing 18 Holes at Camden GC on Monday for day two. 

Players in the 14 & 15 Years and 16 & 17 Years Divisions will play 18 Holes at Camden GC on Sunday in the opening round before switching over and playing 18 Holes at Campbelltown GC on Monday for day two. 

Play gets underway at 8:00am at both Campbelltown GC and Camden GC on Sunday morning, with a slightly earlier hit off on Monday. 

Round 1 Draw - Campbelltown GC (11 Years & Under and 12/13 Years) – Click Here 

Round 1 Draw - Camden GC (14/15 Years and 16/17 Years) – Click Here 

Leaderboard – Click Here 

(For reference, rounds at Campbelltown will appear on the website as 1A and 2A. Rounds at Camden will appear on the website as 1B and 2B)

Players will swap courses for the second round, with the draw to be re-done and seeded on Sunday evening after the opening round.

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