Abom wins Leinster Boys’ Open

by | Jul 8, 2022 | 0 comments

Thomas Abom (Edmonstown) winner of the Leinster Boys U18 Open Championship 2022 at Malahide Golf Club, Co. Dublin, Ireland on Thursday 7th July 2022. Picture: Thos Caffrey / Golffile

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Thomas Abom is the 2022 Leinster Boys’ Open champion.

The Edmondstown golfer finished on -1 after three rounds in Malahide, to win by two shots.

Abom started the final round in fourth place, but a brilliant round of 69 saw him win courtesy of an error-free 33 on the back nine that included three birdies and no bogeys.

Elm Park’s Jake Foley and Co. Sligo’s Sean McLoughlin finished on +1, with overnight leader Eoin Magill (East Clare) finishing in fourth place on +2.

Tullamore’s Evan Monaghan won the Under-17 competition on +6 finishing in T6 overall.

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