Cayetana Fernandez, Andrea Revuelta and Paula Martin have conquered for Spain the first gold medal in the World Junior Team Ch
Cayetana Fernandez, Andrea Revuelta and Paula Martin have conquered for Spain the first gold medal in the World Junior Team Championshipinternationally known as Toyota Junior Golf World Cup. The three golfers from Madrid have completed a practically impeccable week crowned by a last day in which the three played under par.
The team led by adriana zwack faced the final round in the best possible position in Hakuzan Village Golf Course, on the west coast of the Japanese country, and far from showing any kind of pressure, he displayed the best golf of the week to underpin a victory as clear as it was deserved: -25 for Spain against -8 for Japan and -7 for Canada.
Paula Martín, from Madrid, Spanish golf champion
No team had had its three components negative… until now, when they have succeeded Andrea Revolt (67), Cayetana Fernandez (71) and Paula Martin (71). Perfect culmination for a perfect week.
Especially noteworthy has been the role of Cayetana Fernandez and Andrea Revolt, the two best players in the tournament at the individual level with a total of -7. The first, in addition, has been the only golfer who has been able to lower par in the three sessions.
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With this triumph, in addition to giving Spain the first title in the competition, this golden trio of golf from Madrid and Spain continues a spectacular dynamic, which had its last notch in the victory obtained just a week ago in the Spanish Women’s Absolute Armed Forces Championship. next stop, the European Sub’18 by teams.
the of Cayetana Fernandez was the great proper name of the first two days. Spain began its time in the tournament with magnificent sensations: it was second with -1 to the total. And that result was possible, mainly, thanks to Cayetana Fernández’s own round of 71 shots (-1), one of the only four negative ones recorded in the women’s event. The pair (72) of Paula Martin also accounted for; not so the 73 (+1) of Andrea Revoltwhich was the discarded card.
Ayuso, Gold Medal of Merit from the Madrid Golf Federation for his support of sport
His protagonism intensified in the intermediate day, in which Spain stormed the lead thanks to his perfect performance (67, -5) and Andrea Revolt (69, -3). The Spanish trio closed the day at -8 for a total of -9, a result that improved Canada’s -7 and Canada’s -5. Japanand that allowed him to undertake the final day in superiority.
The women’s test Toyota World Junior Golf Championship It is much younger than the men’s, in which Spain has historically achieved great results, but never gold. On this occasion, Spain has not been represented in the men’s competition.
This has been the third participation in the feminine. The first ended with a magnificent result: Ana Pelaez, Marta Perez and Mary Parra they were third, coming to lead the classification at the end of the penultimate day; the second took place in 2019 and ended with Spain in fifth place; already the third has been charmed.
1.- Spain 417 (-15)
2.- Japan 424 (-8)
3.- Canada 425 (-7)