Justin Hastings claimed another victory at the annual Grant Thornton Fall Classic on 18-19 November at the North Sound Golf Club. Hastings shot rounds of 65, 64 and 68 for a 16-under par total to win the event by 28 strokes over 16-year-old, Daniel DeQuintal.
Hastings, 20, has just returned from competing in the Pan-American Games in Chile where he tied for 11th amongst a stellar field of professional and amateur golfers including Abraham Ancer, Joaquin Niemann and Sebastian Munoz. Hastings continues his excellent season which already includes a collegiate win at the Maui Jim Intercollegiate in September.
As event sponsor of the Grant Thornton Fall Classic and Title Sponsor of the Cayman Islands Golf Association, Grant Thornton was thrilled to see Hastings continue in good form, having recently announced Hastings as a Grant Thornton Ambassador.
“It’s great to see Justin doing so well and inspiring the next generation of young Caymanians to pursue their dreams in golf. We are proud to support golf in the Cayman Islands and look forward to continuing to contribute to the local golfing community,” said Greg O’Driscoll, Partner and Head of Asset Management and Business Development at Grant Thornton Cayman Islands.
For more information on golf in the Cayman Islands, please visit www.ciga.ky .