The first round of Match Play is in the books and the day went just about to form with the only upset being the number 5 seed Marcos Furr taking out the number 4 seed Ethan Sousa in the Red Tee Division.
Samson Douglas has earned the right to take on defending champion Mikus Ming in the Championship Division semi-final by beating Luke Watson in the 4/5 seed match. Dakota Lamb will take on young Kenny Leseur in the second semi-final.
In the Red Tee Championship Division, Medalist Spencer Young was successful against young Louis Hammond 4&3 and he will take on Marcos in the first semi-final tomorrow. Ryan Clements took out the other Hammond, older brother Rudi, 5&4 and will take on Kian Mooney tomorrow after Kian beat Joe Watson by the same margin.
Owen Dibbley has a slim 2 shot lead in the Novice Division over Oliver Betschart after his 9 hole score of 45. Noelle Weight is a further 5 shots behind with a 9 hole score of 52, closely followed by Benjamin Betschart, Finn Watson (both 54) and Callum Pearce (56).
We wish all the players luck tomorrow in their matches and the full bracket with tee times can be found here -
Spencer and Louis on the 6th

Adam Perry won both the front and back nines by one point over Kian Mooney, winning the day with 57 total stableford points accumulated in his gross round of 69 (+15). Kian was a close seond with 55 points (gross 71 (+17), just ahead of the chasing pack of Oliver Betschart (49), Ethan Sousa (46) and Nicholas Weikl (45). We had two debutants at Turtle Hill with Noelle and James Weight playing for the first time in a full BJGA tournament.


Tournament Results are on the tournament page here.  


We are going to work on getting back in the habit of publishing the results of the weekend play on the front page of the website and on Facebook. 


On Saturday 28 May the BJGA was at Port Royal. Benjamin Betschart was the low score of the day with a respectable 50 on the front nine, closely followed by Adam Perry on 51. The full results are on the tournament page HERE

We played a Stableford Tournament this week with a prize for the most points. Benjamin Betschart took home the spoils (and spoils they were - the prize was a voucher for ice cream!) with 32 points. Adam Perry was second with 29 points. The gross results are on the tournament page - it was great to see Thomas Wells back out again. 


Stableford Leaderboard: 

1. Benjamin Betschart       32

2. Adam Perry                  29

3. Ethan Sousa                 27

4. Oliver Betschart            25

5. Thomas Wells               12

6. Nicholas Weikl              11 (stopped after 9 holes)                


Nearest the Pins - 

#6 - Benjamin Betschart

#11 - Ethan Sousa


Next week (June 11) is Tucker's Point and we will do a stableford tournament again with nearest the pin prizes. 


Follow BJGA member Walker Campbell and BJGA Board member Jarryd Dillas at the Latin America Amateur Championship next week at 


The winner of this event receives an invitation to The Masters.