Woodsome Hall player Isaac Turner is planning for a busy summer after becoming the Halifax-Huddersfield Union Junior Strokeplay champion.
The 14-year-old carded a 75 at Huddersfield Golf Club to take the Lightcliffe Tankard, three shots ahead of home-club player Tom North (78).
And Holmfirth High student Turner – who has just finished 10th in the Yorkshire Under 18 Boys Championship on the tough Fulford course with rounds of 76 and 77 – is looking forward to competing in the Junior European Open in Spain later this year.
He qualified with a joint-best boys’ round of 77 in windy conditions at Low Laithes and will now head out to what are known as the Champions Week Finals in Andalucia from November 26 to December 3.
The European Junior Open was first staged in 1993 and is widely believed to be the toughest test in junior golf in Europe, with players like Justin Rose and Luke Donald taking part in the past.
Rounds will be played at Alcaidesa Links, Alcaidesa Heathland and the famous Finca Cortesin, which has been used three times for the Volvo World Matchplay.
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Turner, who lives at Thongsbridge and plays off a handicap of 2.3, regularly practices with Jamie Bower, the England golfer from Meltham who may have a hot at turning professional at the end of this year.
Bower is this weekend playing in the St Andrews Links Trophy on the new and old courses at the home of the sport.
A number of age-group events are on the calendar for Turner, who is part of the Yorkshire Regional squad for the England Under 16s, and he is hoping to continue playing well through to the big event in Spain.