Zoay Qureshi grabs top position in Mulligan Junior League

LAHORE: Eight-year-old Zoay Qureshi, a promising Pakistani golfer, has recently managed to snag the Mulligan Junior League’s (MJL) first position.

Qureshi is an eight-year-old champion with a promising future in golfing and is currently enrolled as a student at the Learning Alliance International School, in the IB PYP III program.

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The Mulligan Junior League Golf Tournament participated in the sporting event arranged at DHA Raya Golf & Country Club. Zoay Qureshi played in the U-14 championships and managed to grab win the first position (gross) at just eight years of age, in both categories of girls and boys, respectively.

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The Mulligan Facebook page shared the tournament scores in a post, based on which, Qureshi is among the winners for Stroke Play 27th November 2021 with a gross of 49. According to the website golfstorageguide.com, “Gross score means the total number of strokes it takes to complete a hole.” The website elaborates that an average 9 hole golf score ranges from forty to seventy however, only professional golfers can get a score of forty or below. Moreover, “A score that breaks 60 is considered to be average when playing 9 holes of golf. Regular, non-professional golfers should make it a goal and aim for a score below 50.

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Other participants include in Tier 1: M Abdullah Khan with a gross score of 77 and Mohammad Ibrahim with a net score of 69. In Tier 2, Aliesa Almas got a net score of 36.

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