Grand Final 2021
What a weekend it was at our Grand Final last weekend in what was our 27th year of Wee Wonders! It was a brilliant two days with some fantastic golf played!
To view the Grand Final results, click here and select the results tab for Gullane or North Berwick.
Thank you to everyone, both parents and juniors who have taken part in our Wee Wonders Championships throughout the year! It has been another great year and we cannot wait to welcome you all back to Wee Wonders in 2022!
2021 saw the Wee Wonders Championship enter its 27th year and it was certainly one to remember! Due to the outbreak of the coronavirus in March, we had to cancel over fifty Regional Qualifiers and ten Regional Finals leaving so many of our juniors confused, frustrated and upset. Optimistically, we had always hoped that we could still run our Grand Final at the end of August and thankfully we got the go ahead from the Scottish Government to do so!
Normally, juniors would qualify through Regional Qualifying events and Regional Finals to secure their space in the Grand Final. However, this year was completely different and due to the ongoing challenges faced, we decided to invite all of the wee wonders who competed in the 2019 Grand Final along with the top wee
wonders who competed in the Regional Finals to fill our 2021 Grand Final field. Our Grand Final this year was played on the outstanding Gullane No.3 with the Boys 11-12, Girls 11-12 and Boys 9-10 playing 36 holes over the weekend and the Girls 9-10 and Boys 7-8 playing 18 holes. The Grand Final preparations got underway on the Friday with our juniors heading to the course for a practice round, getting in some last minute preparation and getting ready for the big two days ahead. All of the juniors were very excited for the weekend and there was such a happy and positive buzz around the Golf Club.
The weekend was a lot of fun and it was incredibly heart warming to see all of our wee wonders so happy to be with friends and back out on the golf course competing again! The standard of golf over the weekend was exceptional and it was a real joy to watch.
“It was hugely important for us to run the event this year and to give the youngsters something to look forward to having had such a challenging time during lockdown. To see so many families & friendships reunited to enjoy the highest standards junior golf in GB&I by so many during the Championship weekend, leaves us all with a very positive feeling. At Wee Wonders we believe that giving golf experiences to our wee people fosters an ability to create hope, overcome fears, to break down cultural barriers and inspires them to unite” says Alasdair Good, founder of Wee Wonders and Head PGA Professional.
Please click below for the final results: