KEEP a watchful eye on Central Queensland junior Isaak Jensen.

After winning the Rockhampton Junior Open and Greg Norman junior qualifying event, Jensen took out the 36-hole Central Queensland Junior Open played at Emu Park Golf Club by a whopping 27 strokes.

That’s right, 27 strokes!

He carded rounds of 71-69 for a 140 total. Rockhampton Golf Club’s Zane Blackborough returned a score of 167 to finish runner-up.

Central Queensland Junior Open gross winners (back row from left) Ammeliah Means, Chelsey Delaney, Regan Carsburg, Harrison Milne and Isaak Jensen. (Front row) Kamran Branden, Lily McGuiness, Lexi Curtis, Evie Coulson, Savanah Hughes, Cooper Crear and Isaia. 

Meanwhile, Lily Mc Guiness continued her good form by winning the junior girls event with rounds of 83-82. Last month, she won the Rockhampton Junior Open.

Indooroopilly Golf Club’s Oliver Duffy (169) took out the boys B grade from The Glades Golf Club’s junior Oliver Zang (173).   

Duaringa Golf Club’s Regan Carsburg (200) won the girls’ B grade title from Boyne Island’s Tayla Potter (211).

Rockhampton’s Harrison Milne (195) won the boys’ C grade title from Bargara’s Travis Richards (197). And Gracemere’s Ammeliah Means won the girls’ C grade title with a score of 199.

In the boys’ 13-hole division, Maroochy River’s Kamran Barden was crowned champion after returning rounds of 77-66 for a 143 total – 19 shots clear of Calliope’s Eli Griffiths.

Chelesy Delaney (167) took out the girls’ event from Boyne Island’s Lyla Gooderham (208).

In the nett, Jack Cooper won the A grade on a countback from Greg McAuliffe after both players finished with scores of 152. B grade: Keanu Faulks (147), Carter Bryce (150). Girls: Hannah Lawrence (166). C grade: Owen Deseriaux (145), Paul Marsh (180). 13 holes: Jacob Brown (97), Lachlan Pakleppa (108).

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