Three promising golfers from the west coast capped off impressive seasons with Tely Junior Golf Tour titles.
Ryan McNeil Lamswood of the Harmon Seaside Links in Stephenville captured the junior boys title — the final crown of his Tely Tour career — with an eight-over par 79 at the Tour Championship Monday at Terra Nova Resort and Golf Community.
McNeil Lamswood also got some pretty good news off the golf course, receiving word that he had been named of one of 10 promising young golfers in Canada to receive a 2018 Curling Canada Foundation For the Love of Curling valued at $2,500.
The successful recipients will utilize the award to cover a portion of their education and curling costs during the 2018-19 school year.
Paige Allen and Taylor Cormier, both promising golfers out of Blomidon Golf and Country Club in Corner Brook, were also among the Tour winners for the 2018 season.
Paige Allen, daughter of Blomidon golf pro Wayne Allen, carded a 58 round Monday to win the bantam girls championship crown, a two-stroke victory over Sanhana Gullipalli of Clovelly.
Katie Colbourne of Blomidon, one of Blomidon’s consistent young competitors, placed third in the bantam girls division with a 61 round to close out the season.
Blomidon’s Taylor Cormier, considered one of the top golfers in Corner Brook, recorded an 86 round to to win the junior girls division at Terra Nova.