When the three girls teed off on the final day, however, Emily quickly established her dominance, playing the first 6 holes in 1 under par. Despite a double bogey on the 7th, Emily continued her hectic pace with birdies on the 8th and 10th to establish a lead which she never looked like relinquishing. Her score of 75 put her 6 strokes clear of her nearest rival, Yae Eun Kim, who completed her final round with a gross score of 84.
Barbados, unfortunately, did not field a full team of 14 players, so had to compete for individual honors in the various age groups. Although Iz Hustler and Xzavier Wiggins showed signs of brilliance on occasions, neither boy challenged in the Boys 18 & Under age category. Hustler finished 9th, while Wiggins was 11th from a field of 19 boys.
The other competitors who represented Barbados were as follows:
Oaziah Layne, Boys 18 & Under
Dominic Jordan & Nathan Chee-a-tow, Boys 15 & Under
Quinton Heljenek & Nicholas Phillips, Boys 11-13
Brianna Prescod, Girls 11-13
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