The International Juniors of Belgium has been postponed
The International Juniors of Belgium has been postponed to 2021!
As important as golf is to all of us, public health and well-being continues to be our absolute priority. Emphatically, we are unable to commit to a start date since the resumption is impossible until it is safe to be back again and we are unsure regarding the travel restrictions in several countries.
Hence, we announce the cancellation of the “International Juniors of Belgium” today. It’s with great sadness that we have to take this decision, but it is essential that we continue to follow the guidance of the individual national Governments as we stand united in our efforts to stop the spread of Coronavirus.
We genuinely hope to welcome you next year for the 2021 edition of our prestigious tournament. Until we meet next year, please stay safe, stay healthy and stay indoors wherever possible!
The International Juniors of Belgium Team
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France, with individual winner Hugo Archer and Edouard Cereto, won the Nations Cup Boys
Denmark defeated Belgium for the runner-up spot. Charles Roeland and Mathieu Feron finished third. Switzerland, formed by indivdual winner Ginnie Lee and Elena Moosmann took first place in the Nations Cup for Girls. France was runner-up. Belgium took 5th place.
Ginnie Lee and Hugo Archer on top
Ginnie Lee has won the Girls category of the International Juniors of Belgium but stumble a bit in the last round on Ravenstein.
The battle for the podium places will certainly be fierce…
French Team with Edouard Cereto and Hugo Archer - first in the individual ranking - leads the Nations Cup with a total of +6.
Ginnie Lee stays in front after three rounds on Ravenstein
After rounds of 70 and 67 she summed up a 71 today. With a total of -8 the talented Swiss girl has a fantastic ten strokes lead on Inès Archer en even thirteen strokes on Russian Polina Marina.