Over the last five years, Aaron Mohun (SHWAL) has competed successfully at very high levels of junior golf in England, Scotland, Wales and Mauritius. Aaron’s latest golfing achievement is his win in the British Junior Masters this October half term and qualifying for the British Masters in 2020, organised by the European Tour and to be hosted by former world No1 Golfer Lee Westwood.
Aaron is coached by Mr Gareth James and has been part of the Cheshire Union of Golf Clubs under 12s squad since he was 8 years old and was promoted to the under 14s squad for 2019. In 2018 he was awarded the runner up prize for the Young Male Sports Performer of the Year at the Cheshire Schools Sports Awards.
Aaron has also won the North Wales Counties Golf Boys’ U15s championship best gross and best nett prizes in May 2019 and followed this win by another North Wales Counties Golf Boys’ U13s gross and nett titles in August 2019. Aaron has also just won the Cheshire Union of Golf Cubs U12s County Boys Championships in gross and nett in August 2019.
Aaron currently plays and competes successfully on a number of junior tours all over the UK and has also competed and won in Mauritius Junior Opens in 2016 and 2017. The Junior Tours he regularly competes in include the Lancashire Tour, European Junior Golf Tours, British Junior Golf Tours, Rob Rock Tour, Cheshire County Boys’ Championship and North Wales Counties Golf Championships.
Aaron is a very popular golfer on the junior tours and he has had a lot of exposure to the media in the UK and abroad having won tournaments in England, Scotland, Wales and Mauritius. Aaron has also featured on Sky Sports Golf in 2015 – 2018 in American Golf`s National Junior Finals as winner of the Future Star category for three years in a row. He is also the 2017 American Golf National Champion Junior Golfer in the under 18s category. In August 2018, he successfully defended his American Golf National Junior Champion title and this also featured on Sky Sports Golf.
It’s safe to say Aaron is a very talented golfer and we wish him the best of luck for the British Masters in 2020.