Despite an albatross on a par 5 on the third gap, Julien Babineau needed to settle for a spherical of 77 on Thursday within the fourth and last day of the Canadian Junior Men’s Golf Championship offered on the Richelieu Valley Club in Sainte -Julie, in Quebec.
The younger golfer from Fox Creek Club in Dieppe accomplished the match with a complete of 305 strokes (76-76-76-77), 17 strokes above par.
On Thursday, along with his spectacular albatross, Babineau additionally had eagles on the fifth and thirteenth holes, in addition to six pars. He was, nonetheless, credited with 9 bogeys.
Daniel Kirby of the Covered Bridge membership in Woodstock ended up being the perfect New Brunswicker within the match with a complete of 304 strokes, 16 strokes above par.
Kirby had a last spherical of three eagles (fifth, eighth, seventeenth), 12 pars, two bogueys (seventh, sixteenth) and a double boguey (18th).
Quebecer Jean-Philippe Parr received match honors with a complete of 278 strokes for a cumulative -10. He beat Nova Scotian Owen Mullen and British Columbian Cooper Humphreys with one stroke, who completed at -9.
That similar Humphrey, nonetheless, was topped within the youth division with 13 strokes higher than Ontarians Owen Kim and Eric Zhao who accomplished the match at +4. Julien Babineau took the 14th step within the juvenile class.
Note that Alex Smith, of Saint-Joseph, Nicholas Ritchie and Cole Pender, of Quispamsis, Jacob Hall, of Saint-Isidore, Ben Nicholson, of Fredericton, and Olivier Aucoin, of Moncton, weren’t in a position to ‘keep away from the lower after the second spherical.