Vernon’s Matthew McEachran-Law tied for sixth in his age class (14-16) and also won the Mr. Lube Long Drive Competition at the Maple Leaf Golf Tour stop last weekend at The Harvest in Kelowna.
McEachran-Law carded rounds of 79-80-159 to share sixth spot with Alan Pruss of Red Deer. McEachran-Law earned $25 gift cards from Mr. Lube and Boston Pizza for his long drive win.
Calgary’s David Guterson won the Boys 14-16 title at 68-75-143, one stroke ahead of Burnaby’s Lucas Gatto.
Austin Bosquet of Vernon tied for 13th at 82-83-165, while Russell Day of Vernon shared 28th at 96-91-187.
In the Boys 17-19 category, it was Jordon Hoodikoff of Grand Forks winning at 71-72-143, two shots better than The Harvest’s Justin Fram.
Vernon’s Chris McEachran-Law was ninth at 75-82-157.
The next Maple Leafe Tour stop, presented by Boston Pizza, is the PGA of B.C. Junior Championship, July 25-27, at Northview Golf Club in Cloverdale.