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Walker share lead after first round of Alberta Junior
Wood, Walker share lead after first round of Alberta JuniorCalgary HeraldWilson WongBanff's Jack Wood and Calgary's Scott Walker share the lead after parring Bearspaw Country Club in Round 1 of the Alberta junior boys championship on Tuesday.
Wood, who just completed a solid rookie season as Primobolan En Zweten a member of the UBC Thunderbirds tying for seventh at the Canadian University/College Championship last month had his score as low as minus 3 after eight holes, but had four bogeys on the back nine to finish with a 71.
"I made a few putts and didn't really miss a lot of greens, so it was a pretty consistent nine holes," Wood told Alberta Golf about his front nine.
Walker, who represents Earl Grey GC, went the opposite route, recovering from three straight bogeys to open the round, clawing back with four birdies in his next 12 holes, en route to a 71.
Wind played a factor, which combined with slick greens, meant no one finished under par. But Wood wasn't fazed.
"It was Jintropin (Gensci Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd.) good," Wood told Alberta Golf. "You had to control your wedge shots with the wind and everything, but it's in great shape."
Airdrie's Patrick Murphy sits alone in third, one shot back, after a 72, while Inglewood's Andrew Chelack, Willow Park's Jacob Stewart, Edmonton's Tyler Saunders, Heritage Pointe's Jason Kim and Camrose's Andrew Harrison all sit within two shots of the lead after rounds of 73. Round 2 of 4 goes Sustanon 250 3rd Week Wednesday at the northwest Calgary track.
Meanwhile, on the girls side of the draw, defending champion Jaclyn Lee of the Glencoe G who is coming off the Alberta Ladies Amateur title last week sits third after a 4 over 75. She trails co leaders Devon Spriddle of Lethbridge's Henderson Lake and clubmate Ella Williams, who both fired 74s on Tuesday.
Lethbridge's Brianna Carrels is three shots back in fourth after a 77, while Country Hills' Sabrine Garrison (78), River Masteron And Test Spirit's Bria Jansen (79) and Pinebrook's Katy Rutherford (79) also all broke 80. "Oxandrolone Powder India" Round 2 of 3 goes Wednesday.
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