Sunday, July 29, 2018

Hannah Darling finishes jt 12th in European 

Young Masters' girls championship
Sebastien Friedrichsen (Denmark) beat Sakke Siltala (Finland) at the first hole of a sudden-death play-off to win the  European Young Masters boys' title at Hauger Golf Club, Norway today (Sunday). 
Friedrichsen had scores of 70, 71 and 73 for a two-under-par total of 214 which was matched by Siltala's rounds of exactly the same scores.
 Overnight leader, Pedro Cruz Silva (Portugal), dropped three shots in the first two holes and finished the day with a disappointing 82 for 226.
Scotland's Aidan O'Hagan (Old Ranfurly) (77-72-80) and Nairn's Calum Scott (76-77-78) finish joint 26th and 32nd respectively with totals of 229 and 231.
The European Young Masters girls' event was won by England's Caitlin Whitehead (Carus Green GC, Cumbria). She had scores of 71, 69 and 73 for three-under 213 and a three- shot victory. It is the second succesive year England have won the individual girls' title following Lily-May Humphreys' success in 2017.
Hannah Darling (Broomieknowe) finished just outside the top 10 in joint 12th place with scores of 77, 79 and 74 for 230.
Aboyne's Carmen Griffiths, one of the youngest competitors in the field, scored 76, 78 and 84 for 238 and a joint 23rd placing.

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