Savannah De Bock, only 13 years old, astonished competitors and public at the Omnium Classic of Belgium.
Practical information 2019
Please contact us if you want to:
Book a shuttle from the airport to the Golf Club or to the Ramada Hotel
Participate at the Am-am on Monday August 26th at 13:30 (2 Juniors playing with 2 guests)
Book a Practice Round Tee Time on Tuesday August 27th
Winner 2018 - girls
Lucie Malchirand, winner after a thrilling final
Lucie Malchirand demonstrated a superb game and managed to beat Amelia Leth-Nissen - leader since day one - with a birdy on hole 18 . We would like to congratulate her on her magnificent performance throughout the tournament.
Starting List - Day 4
Tee Times of Day 2 are available here
Watch the tee times for tomorrow here
The hope of home…
4 Ravenstein players in the Tournament of Nations
The Royal Golf Club of Belgium, aka Ravenstein, has 4 irons in the fire of the International Juniors of Belgium.
Entries were closed on Tuesday August 14th. The International Juniors of Belgium Team is very happy to welcome all Juniors for this 2019 edition.
See you soon!
Summary of Day 3 - boys
Course record broken !
August Thor Host from Denmark who scored 73 yesterday but made an unlucky quadruple bogey at the 17th, improved his score today by not less than 10 strokes beating the course record.
Preview Edition 2019 - 1
30 Belgians searching for success at Ravenstein
The Royal Club of Belgium is host of the prestigious Belgian International Championship for Boys & Girls U18. From August 28th, some thirty young Belgian golfers are searching for success at Ravenstein.
Winner 2018 - boys
August Thor Host wins with a spectacular score
Our congratulations to August Thor for his splendid performance and the new spectacular course record of 63. He is the winner of the 2018 Edition of the International Juniors of Belgium with a total of -17 another record breaking score !
Summary of Day 3 - girls
4 French girls, 1 Swiss and 1 Danish girl...
Four girls played under par. The Danish girl Amalie Leth-Nissen scored -2 (6 birdies), which allows her to stay in the lead at -4.