Colwood teen golfer second at B.C.s

Royal Colwood Golf Club member finishes second in B.C. Juvenile Golf Championships

Royal Colwood Golf Club member Keaton Gudz shot 2-under 211 to finish up the B.C. Juvenile Golf Championships in second place, six behind winner A.J. Ewart of the Pitt Meadows club.

Gudz shot a final round 73 on Thursday, after opening with a 3-under 68 and following up with a 70 last Wednesday. After carding three bogies by the 14th hole on the final day, he birdied two of the last four holes to get closer to a par round.

Ewart proved tough to catch, after following his opening round 70 with a tournament best 66. He closed with a 2-under 69 that included a birdie on the last hole.

Three other Royal Colwood golfers competed in the tournament.

Ethan Ko tied for 29th place with a three-round total of 229 (79-75-75), while Simon Hassel finished at 241 and Nolan Thoroughgood was at 243 for the week.

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