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Jim Cai Wins the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour National Championship with BioMatch

Jim Cai, representing China, won the 2016 Hurricane Junior Golf Tour National Championship for Boys 14 -16 at the Champions Gate National Course in Orlando.  Jim shot three over par (75) on the final day under windy conditions for a total of 147 for the competition on the 6529 Yard course.  Jim beat Artem Yalovenko on the first playoff hole.  Brett Reid of Minnesota, another BioMatch player, won the third place only one shot behind.  The other two BioMatch players in the 89 strong field played well.  Tamerlan Bashikov of Kazakhstan shot 151 for the tournament for an 8th place.  Gregory Solhaug of Norway ended up in 17th place with a total score of 153.

BioMatch is a scientific way of matching golf clubs provided by Rational Golf LLC of Bradenton, Florida. The method is available for all on www.rational-golf.com.  Once a set of clubs is matched to the player he or she can apply the same consistent swing to all the clubs in the set. This increase accuracy, consistency, and distance throughout the set of clubs

From left to right: Gregory Solhaug, Jim Cai, and Brett Reid.

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