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Canada’s St-Germain Begins Collegiate Career With T2 Finish

Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 September 2016 01:05 Wednesday, 21 September 2016 00:59

Grace St-Germain (Golf Canada/Mike Schroeder)DAYTONA BEACH, Florida (Tyler Costigan/Golf Canada) — Team Canada’s Grace-St-Germain made an immediate impact in her first collegiate event on Sunday, finishing T2 at the Lady Falcon Invitational at her new home base (and campus).

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Team Canada’s du Toit Notches T4 Finish At Porter Cup

Last Updated on Monday, 01 August 2016 00:15 Monday, 01 August 2016 00:11

Jared du ToitLEWISTON, New York (Tyler Costigan/Golf Canada) — The good times continued for newfound Canadian fan-favourite Jared du Toit, who rallied with a final-round 67 (-3) to crack the Top-5 at the Porter Cup.

A member of Team Canada’s National Amateur Squad, du Toit carded four birdies alongside just one bogey to continue his strong rebound after an opening-round 73 (+3) set him back on Wednesday. His effort on Saturday solidified another strong result following his captivating performance at the RBC Canadian Open last week, in which the 21-year-old finished inside the Top-10 to earn the Gary Cowan award (low amateur) amongst the world’s best athletes.

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Monet Chun and Callum Davison Claim 2016 CN Future Links Quebec Championship Titles

Last Updated on Sunday, 05 June 2016 23:38 Sunday, 05 June 2016 23:31

Callum Davison and Monet ChunBEAUCEVILLE, Quebec (Taylor Craig/Golf Canada) — A cloudy drizzle hung over Club de golf Beauceville, but the competitors played through the damp conditions as the 2016 CN Future Links Quebec Championship drew to a close. Monet Chun and Callum Davison held the opposition at bay and emerged victorious at Golf Canada’s third CN Future Links event of the season.

The Junior Girls’ lead teetered between Chun (Richmond Hill, Ont.) and Noémie Paré (Victoriaville, Que.) throughout the day, but the resilient Chun made par on her final eight holes to secure top spot. The first-time CN Future Links champion held the lead through all three rounds of play and closed the weekend at 5-over 221.

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UBC Thunderbirds Make History in Sweeping Team and Individual Titles at Canadian University/College Championship

Last Updated on Sunday, 05 June 2016 23:18 Sunday, 05 June 2016 20:53

UBC ThunderbirdsPARKSVILLE, British Columbia (Herb Fung/Golf Canada) — The University of British Columbia (UBC) Thunderbirds claimed team and individual honours on both the men’s and women’s sides at the 2016 Canadian University/College Championship at Morningstar Golf Club. All four titles have never been captured by the same school in the competition’s 14-year history.

UBC Coach Chris MacDonald who was named the Golf Coaches Association of Canada’s Coach of the Year for both the men’s and women’s teams, reflected positively on his team and the state of Canadian collegiate golf. “This means a lot. It’s an exciting time and we’re going in a better direction. It’s just nice to see consistent golf and to see how much this tournament has grown – not just from our team, but the entire field.”

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Brandon Lacasse and Isabella Portokalis Claim CN Future Links Ontario Titles

Last Updated on Monday, 30 May 2016 06:52 Monday, 30 May 2016 06:42

Isabella Portokalis and Brandon LacasseMIDLAND, Ontario (Taylor Craig/Golf Canada) — A hot and humid day, punctuated by a booming thunder clap, closed out the 2016 edition of the CN Future Links Ontario Championship at Midland Golf & Country Club. Brandon Lacasse and Isabella Portokalis emerged from tight groups of competitors to claim the Junior Girls and Junior Boys titles.

The Junior Boys leaderboard was crowded throughout the final day of competition. Lacasse separated himself from the group and the Châteauguay, Que., product matched his second-round 70 to finish 212 overall. The 18-year-old, who entered the day with a share of the lead, finished with two birdies for a two-stroke victory.

“I just tried to play as if it was a fun round,” said Lacasse. “I always finish second or third, so I’m happy to finally win a big tournament.”

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