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Jake Scarrow Overcomes Five Stroke Deficit, Wins BC Junior Boys Championship At Park Meadows In Osoyoos
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Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 July 2015 23:46 Tuesday, 07 July 2015 23:40
CUMBERLAND, Ontario (Tyler Costigan/Golf Canada) — Team Canada’s Étienne Papineau notched another provincial tournament win at the Camelot Golf & Country Club, winning Golf Québec’s Alexander of Tunis in a two-hole playoff.
Papineau, a two-time Québec junior champion, posted a cumulative score of 140 (-4) to enter the sudden-death playoff against Pierre-Alexandre Bédard of Chibougamau-Chapis, Qué., and Scott Ray of Ottawa—also the president of host club Camelot.
Last Updated on Monday, 06 July 2015 03:50 Monday, 06 July 2015 03:44
BROMONT, Quebec (Michaela DiMarcantonio/Golf Canada) — It was a hot day in Bromont, Que., for the final round of the CN Future Link Quebec Championship hosted by Golf Château-Bromont. Alyssa Getty and Jason (Chan Young) Chung fired off the day’s low rounds in their respective divisions to capture the 2015 CN Future Links Quebec Championship titles.
Before Alyssa Getty of Ruthven, Ont., teed off this morning, she was tied for fifth place and sat two strokes out of the lead. After nine holes, she found herself three back, but remained focus on the task at hand.
Last Updated on Monday, 22 June 2015 07:38 Monday, 22 June 2015 05:39
SOUTH BEND, Indiana (Golf Canada with files from the Associated Press and the Symetra Tour) — Brooke Henderson of Smiths Falls, Ont., carded a 3-under 69 to win the 2015 Four Winds Invitational by three shots at 10-under 206. Henderson becomes the third youngest winner in the history of the Symetra Tour.
“It’s amazing to win and I’m so thankful that I got the sponsors exemption this week so I’d be able to play with my older sister,” said 17-year-old Henderson. “I’m very grateful for the win here and I think it will be a big confidence booster moving forward.”
“These are great players out here (on the Symetra Tour) and this win is huge for me,” Henderson continued. “I have big goals and this is definitely a stepping stone towards them.”
Last Updated on Monday, 22 June 2015 05:25 Monday, 22 June 2015 05:17
JAPAN (Tyler Costigan/Golf Canada) — Team Canada’s impressive run at the leaders fell short in the final round as the Canucks struggled with a combined round of 214 (+1) to finish sixth at the Toyota Junior Golf World Cup in Japan.
Tony Gil of Vaughan, Ont., was the only Canadian to shoot under-par in the final round at Chukyo Golf Club’s Ishino Course, shooting a 67 (-4) for his best score of the tournament. The University of Houston commit finished T10 individually as the lowest Canadian along with Étienne Papineau.
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