Caylum Boon finishes 2nd in Southern Cape Junior Championships

Caylum Boon continued his recent excellent form and improvement when he finished second to Jovan Rebula in the Southern Cape Junior Championships.  Caylum had a study if unremarkable first round, scoring a 2 over par 74 to lie 4 shots adrift of fellow KeNako Academy student Cameron Moralee after round one.  Cameron played an excellent round of 2 under par 70 to lead by 2 shots from Jovan Rebula and Jabulane Mabilane who both were at level par 72.  The past few years have shown that the Kingswood course, when played off the Championship tees, offers a tough challenge, so scoring is not easy.  Cameron struggled in the afternoon, as did his fellow KeNako student Jabulane, which left Jovan and Caylum clear of the field.  Both boys scored excellent 3 under par 69’s in the second round which left Jovan the winner by 2 shots.  Jovan recently won the Freddie Tait Trophy for the Strokeplay title at the South African Amateur Championships and he is currently the number one ranked junior golfer in South Africa.  He is a wonderful young talent.  Despite not winning the tournament, which is the first time this year that a KeNako student has not won a local SCOOM title, KeNako students still performed admirably, claiming 10 of the top 15 positions.

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Caylum with Steve Murray President SCJGU 2nd Junior Champs 2014

Caylum with Steve Murray President SCJGU. 2nd Junior Champs 2014