Six-year-old golfer Adam Khan has qualified to play in the IMG Academy Junior World Championships in California this summer after winning British Junior Golf Tour’s qualifying tournament at Park Hill Golf Club.
The Pinner Golf Club member was in good touch on the par three course at the Leicestershire venue as he finished one stroke ahead of Matthew Whitaker (Nazeing) in the six-and-under category.
To cap a wonderful day, the youngster was also filmed and interviewed by Sky Sports' television show Game Changers, who sent their crew to cover the competition.
Almost 130 golfers from across the country took part in all the divisions as they attempted to book a place in the prestigious 2017 event, whose previous winners include Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson.
The top boy and girl in all the six age groups will now represent British Junior Golf Tour in the competition, which will feature 1200 participants from 56 countries, from July 10th.
Priced at £15 for 18 holes or £10 for the nine-hole competitions, for more details of the events taking place on British Junior Golf Tour this year, visit www.juniorgolftour.co.uk.