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MJT British Columbia Fall Series at McCleery GC

September 13, 2008
McCleery GC • Vancouver, BC


Vancouver, B.C. – The first stop on the Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour’s (MJT) British Columbia Fall Series was held at McCleery Golf Club in Vancouver on Saturday, September 13th, where a full field of competitive junior golfers competed under sunny skies. Play-offs were needed to decide three out of four division winners in the successful event, which had an extensive wait-list.

An outstanding pair of three-under-par 68’s were blasted by two girls - Helen Qin, 18, from China, and newcomer Sylvia Park, 15, from Vancouver, who tied for the lead in the Girls division. Qin, who won the MJT- PGA of BC Junior Girls Champion title at Northview Golf Club in a play-off back in August, won again after defeating Park with a birdie on the first play-off hole. “I feel happy and excited! I did my best!” said Qin, who cited her straight drives as key to her ultimate victory. Taylor Kim, 13, of Surrey, placed third with a score of 74.

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Top Finishers

Place Name City Sex Age Scores Total Status
Boys 13 & Under
Par 71, Yardage 5767, Slope/Rating 121/67.4
1 Wyatt Racette Burnaby, BC M 13 83 83 Won Playoff
2 Jaesung Choi North Vancouver, BC M 12 83 83 Tie
2 Kenny Zhou Richmond, BC M 13 83 83 Tie
Boys 14-16
Par 71, Yardage 6361, Slope/Rating 130/69.8
1 Mason Pimentel Richmond, BC M 14 74 74
2 Chris Lee Coquitlam, BC M 16 76 76
3 Evan Slater Vancouver, BC M 16 77 77
Boys 17-19
Par 71, Yardage 6361, Slope/Rating 130/69.8
1 Jun Ho Lee Port Coquitlam, BC M 17 76 76 Won Playoff
2 Cole Campbell Penticton, BC M 21 76 76
3 Hyunil Kim Port Coquitlam, BC M 21 77 77
Par 71, Yardage 5010, Slope/Rating 104/64.1
1 Helen (Qian Hui) Qin Richmond, BC F 18 68 68 Won Playoff
2 Sylvia (So Yeon) Park Vancouver, BC F 15 68 68
3 Taylor Kim Surrey, BC F 13 74 74

Full Results
Order of Merit Standings