Coates wins PGCC Junior club title

Jackson Coates, Kathryn Hollman won the PGCC Junior Club championship

Jackson Coates and Kathryn Hollman are Junior Club Champs.

The pair won the Penticton Golf Club 2017 titles this week. Coates won the two-round championship with scores of 72 and 70 for 142 total. Cam Davie won second low gross with 154.

Landon Stellingwerff won the 17-18 division with Aiden Hutcheson behind. Caleb Rousseau won the 14 to 16 with Hunter Parsons was second. Hayden Krause topped the 11 to 13. The boys low net went to Grady Lancaster.

The club kicked off its season early in the spring with junior sessions.

Related: Junior golf program helps develop skills

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