“I feel like together we make a good team and encouraged each other. We both made good approach shots throughout the round.”
Following a silver medalist finish in 2020, Chinner said it “feels really good” to win a championship. “It’s been a while since I’ve won anything, so this really means a lot. I’m very happy.”
During the post win interview, Ly speaks of how great it feels to win the championship adding, “especially because I won it in my hometown.”
The tournament was shortened to 54 holes after bad weather caused delays in the first two rounds.
“coming from Covid, this feels like I’ve won it for the first time again, so it’s kind of special. It feels like I haven’t won for a while.”
“I made a lot of putts and my mental game just really kept me in it. I could’ve lost myself a couple of times, but I just stayed level headed and positive.”
The Ontario Junior (U19) Boys’ Championship also awards the top 28 competitors a quota spot for the Canadian Junior Boys’ Championship.
Kim drained a 20+ foot birdie on the first playoff hole to defeat fellow Ryan Somerville (Summit Golf and Country Club), and Andre Zhu (National Pines Golf Club).
Players endured 18-holes of humidity and excessive heat at the Walter Gretzky Municipal Golf Course in the battle to put their name on the W.D. Randolph Millage Trophy.