JAGA Shines at the Asian Junior Masters
In a dazzling showcase of skill and determination, JAGA students left an indelible mark at the Asian Junior Masters hosted at the illustrious Black Mountain Golf Club this weekend. The standout performer, Kartik Singh, emerged victorious in the Boys B group, displaying exceptional prowess with an impressive -19 over three rounds.
The Boys B group witnessed a formidable presence of JAGA talent, with Teerawut Boonseeor (JJ) and Tantikorn Klinpeng (Mono) securing positions in the top 10, showcasing their dedication and skill on the greens. Bhavesh Nirwan also demonstrated his prowess, finishing a commendable 13th in a fiercely competitive field.
In the Boys A group, Tim Richter showcased his golfing finesse, securing a noteworthy 6th position with a +4 over three rounds. The Girls division was equally electrifying, with Casey Kang delivering an outstanding performance, tying for first place over the weekend and finishing just one shot behind the winner in the final round. Ashlynn Choo exhibited her golfing prowess just outside the top 10 in the Girls A group.
The Asian Junior Masters was not only a platform for competitive golf but a testament to the relentless pursuit of excellence by JAGA students. These remarkable achievements underscore the commitment to nurturing talent and fostering a culture of success at Junior Asian Golf Academy.