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Sierra Leone Sports: Jason Michael retains junior golf title

Jason Michael receiving prizeJason Michael fondly called Tiger stroked 79 to win the junior boys 13-year old division at the just concluded Salone open golf tournament at the Freetown Golf Club in Lumley beach.
Jason lead Momudu Kargbo who finished in second place and third place winner Ibrahim Jabbie to win the category for the third time in three years.
He has become a household name in junior golf controlling the game in their age level over the years without feeling any pressure from his closest contenders who are yet to beat him since he started playing.
Jason aims at playing golf at the highest level, and he believes he will be able to work on what will take him to be a professional golfer that will one day represent Sierra Leone in international golf opens and the Olympics.
The young golfer is grateful to his caddies for giving him the support, which inspired him to victory. “Their support is what keeps me going, I appreciates them so much. They’ve been with me since day one and whenever I’m down they know how to motivate me to recover and make more brilliants strokes”, he lauded his caddies.
Jason is loved by so many senior golfers who see him as a potential future champion for the country, with most of them hailing him for the simple reason that he is disciplined, attentive and knows how to play the game very well at his age.
“He is a fine golfer who is always eager to win. At his age he takes remarkable strokes, longest drive and plays good golf. That is why I always called him the Junior Tiger of Sierra Leone. The boy is superb not because he is having great support from his family, but he loves the sport with passion”, professional golfer Jerry Dumbuya said.
Young Tiger is not only hoping to improve on his career as a player, but he also has interest in administrating the game with the intent of moving the sport to another level.
Wednesday November 29, 2017.

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