Wellington’s Daniel Hillier leads golf Junior World Cup

After signing for the competitions least expensive round of seven-under par the other day, Hillier handled to back it up this afternoon by shooting five-under and improve his young New Zealand side into 3rd location in the total standings.

Kiwi golf player Daniel Hillier made 2 late and remarkable birdies to lead the Junior World Cup by 2 shots getting in the 4th and last round at the Chukyo Golf Club Ishino Course in Japan tomorrow.

With both himself and the group in contention tomorrow, it produces a tasty last round and Hillier sounded more than all set to handle the obstacle.

” Undoubtedly I am really delighted with how I have actually played over the past 2 days on a course that isn’t really simple.

” The young boys are working well as a system and are constantly looking at each other’s development which is interesting and we cannot wait to offer it whatever tomorrow.”

High Performance Supervisor Gregg Thorpe, who is taking a trip with the side, stated Hillier was looking calm and made up.

“He’s striking the ball wonderfully and has actually completed highly both days which he is really happy with,” Thorpe stated.

Otago’s Inia Logan likewise built on his strong week with a three-under par round to complete the day in a tie for 12th location. Logan has actually been an important part of the group’s success today and after continuing his consistency throughout the very first 3 days.

Debutant Tom Parker is showing his worth after threatening the top of the leaderboard the other day and taping a two-under round this afternoon to be simply one shot behind Logan.

In team play, the very best 3 ratings of the 4 golf players count towards the group’s rating for the day.

Thailand lead in the group standings, simply 3 shots clear of New Zealand with a round to play.