Jarrett Bossert was a close second in Carstairs.
 
The 16 year-old had another successful day after he joined the tournament on July 11, for the McClennan Ross Junior Golf Tour.
 
He finished with a one over par 73, putting him in a three-way tie for first place.
 
In the playoff round, the three-way tie was brokenBossert ultimately tied for second place in the day's event.
 
Today (July 12), he's at the Olds Golf Club for his third event in the tour.
 
 

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