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Jake Plumb earns second victory on British Junior Golf Tour

By Cambridge Independent Reporter

Bourn Golf Club junior Jake Plumb
Bourn Golf Club junior Jake Plumb

Tour returns to Bourn

Jake Plumb picked up his second Super Six Series top prize on the 2017 British Junior Golf Tour as the Bourn member took the Challenge Division gross plaudits in the fourth round at Wellingborough.

The 13-year-old, who triumphed in the net category at Cambridge Meridian last month, finished six clear of four players with a gross round of 89.

As the leader in both the gross and net Order of Merits, Plumb is looking to make the most of home advantage this weekend in the fifth round at Bourn. A field of 63 players, will also include fellow Cambs juniors Thomas Milton, Luca Randall, Oliver Brunt, Harry Howell, Theo Morris and Ellis Kerr.


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