15-year-old boy wins World Points recognition event Becomes the youngest man championSimon Chang
Josh Hill became the world’s smallest men’s champion in the World Points Organization-approved event. The 15-year-old amateur from Dubai, shot 62, 8 under par, won the Al Ain Open of the MENA Tour.
The Middle East Tour is mainly held in the Middle East and North Africa and has world points. Previously, the youngest champion of the World Points Recognition Competition was Ishikawa Liao. In 2007, when he won the KSB Cup at the Wanxingwei Open on the Japan Tour, he was 15 years and 8 months old.
Josh Hill is still two months old (15 years, 6 months, 7 days).
Josh Hill’s parents were English, he was born in Dubai and grew up there. At Al Ain Equestrian Shooting and Golf Club, he was three shots behind in the final round, but he shot 62 and he won the championship with England’s Harry Ellis.
Because Josh Hill is an amateur player, Harry Ellis won the championship check for $13,500.
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