Yee’s round, which included three birdies, put him 11 strokes ahead of Matt Mills, also of Clovelly.
Patrick Rice of Bally Haly was third, a stroke back of Mills.
In the juvenile boys division, Alex Dolomount of Clovelly had the second low round in the division in as many days. This time however, Dolomount, who topped the field at Glendenning in St. John’s on Monday, shared the juvenile lead with Ethan Efford of Bally Haly as each shot 83s.
Nathan Nanayakkara of Bally Haly carded a 91 to take third place.
Jack Boone of the Grand Falls Golf Club recorded a 48 over nine holes to capture his second consecutive bantam boys title. Karsen Best of Bally Haly was second with a 62.
The next event on the 2017 Tely Junior Tour is Monday at Bally Haly in St. John’s.