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Day 2 --- 27/08/2015

Today we are not spoilt by the weather as it started to rain heavily late in the morning.  No luck for the girls teeing off in the afternoon.  For the moment the course resists…

Despite the heavy rain some scores were remarkable such as the scores of 68 by the Portuguese boy Carlos Laranja and the Italian Riccardo Leo who made his personal best today which allows him to take the lead with scores of 71 and 68. 

Riccardo Leo                 Carlos Laranja       

The second position is shared between Carlos Laranja (73-68) and the Finnish boy Sami Välimäki with scores of 70 and 71 showing a steady game. Followed by another Portuguese boy Pedro Silva with scores of 71 and 71. The German boy Benedikt Thalmayr holds the fifth position with scores of 72 and 71. The best Belgian boy is Pierre-Yves Wartique with a score of 146 (72-74).

Sami Välimäki                Benedikt Thalmayr               Pedro Silva

Portugal leads the Nations Cup with a total of 288 followed by Finland with a total score of 289. In third position we have the second team of Portugal with a total of 291.

The weather conditions did not improve this afternoon and unfortunately the girls had to play 18 holes in heavy rain. 

However, the French girl Camille Gollety did not have any difficulties as she scored a 73 (as her first round) allowing her to take the lead. Followed by the Swiss Girl Vanessa Knecht who is one shot behind with an impressive back 9 playing 4 under par. 
Vanessa Knecht   Camille Gollety

It is also worth to mention the good scores of the Czech team leading the Nation’s Cup by 5 shots with a total of 300 (150 – 150), followed by the French team. 
The projected cut for the girls is +14 and for the boys +8.

Day 3 --- 28/08/2015

After the rain comes the sunshine!  The girls started early this morning.

The leader after three rounds is the Czech girl Johanka Steindlerova with a great score of 69 today and 217 in total. She is followed by the French Camille Gollety, who is one shot behind with a total score of 218.  Her scores of 73-73-72 show a very regular game.

Vanessa Knecht from Switzerland holds the third position with regular rounds of 74-73-74 or 221 in total.

The French Pauline Roussin-Bouchard also hit the ball well in the third round posting a score of 73 and 223 in total.

Clarisse Louis is now leading the Belgian girls’ team with a total score of 230 followed by Clémence Gendebien (232).

For the first time since their participation in the Nations’ Cup, the Czech girls are leading (447) followed by the Italian team (453).

The leading position within the boys has been reversed: Sami Välimäki leads with a total score of 212 (70-71-71) followed by Riccardo Leo with 214 (71-68-75).


A great recovering from the Dutch boy, Jerry Ji, who now holds the third position with a total score of 216 (72-74-70).

Smashing is the identical score of the identical Portuguese twins.  They both wrapped up the three rounds with a total score of 218 and they tie, amongst others, for the fifth position.

Another player tying for the fifth place is the Belgian boy Max Peerbooms, notching 9 pars on the front-nine and continued rolling through the back-nine, where he carded three birdies and six pars.

Like the individual scores the leaders within the Nation’s Cup have been reversed: Finland leads with a total of 429 followed by Portugal with a total score of 436.

Day 4 --- 30/08/2015

A beautiful sunny day for the last day of the Tournament!

The leader, for the boys, after three rounds, Sami Valimaki, cruised through the final round to secure a victory at the 37th International Juniors of Belgium.

He only recorded 1 double bogey and 9 bogeys through all four rounds which was more than offset by the 17 birdies and 45 pars he carded throughout the event.

He posted a score of 70 in the final round to conclude with a score of 282 (-6), and a 3 stroke advantage over second-placed Pedro Silva from Portugal (285).  Pedro Silva carded today a 67 to record his best round score and the best round score of the Tournament this year.

Third position is held by another player from Finland, Matias Honkala with a total score of 286.

Max Peerboorms is the winner of the Belgian team.  He finished at the 11th place with a total score of 295.

Finland won the Nations’ Cup with a total of 568 followed by Portugal with a total score of 575.


Intense suspense during the last round of the girls’ tournament. 

The leader after three rounds, the Czech Johanka Steindlerova, had a bit of a shaky day as she made the turn at +4 and finished at +7.  She finished at the third position with a total score of 296.

Camille Gollety, from France, and Vanessa Knecht, from Switzerland, tied after the fourth round with a total score of 295.  They went for a sudden death playoff, playing the first and the second hole in a row.  They tied again after two holes but Camille Gollety won the third with a birdie and captured the first place on the individual leaderboard. Today’s win signifies third-consecutive tournament title for France (Agathe Laisne won in 2013 and 2014).


The Belgian Lucille Lambert and Clarisse Louis both concluded the Tournament with final scores of 308, leaving them in a two-way tie for the 20th position.  Lucille Lambert won the first place of the Belgian girls’ team as she carded a 74 (+2) in the last round.

The Nations Cup was won by The Czech Republic (team 1) with a total score of 599, followed by France (team 1) with a total score of 607.

CBA --- 02/09/2015

Dear Players, 

The Belgian Golf Federation has decided to no longer apply a CBA for its competitions.


2016 --- 18/10/2015
THE 38th International Juniors of Belgium will take place from August 24 till August 27.

August 22 : Am-Am
August 23 : practice round
August 24 - 27 : stroke play championship


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