DEFENDING CHAMPIONS CALVIN ROSS AND ALLISON CHANDLER TAKE 36-HOLE LEADS IN P.E.I.

DEFENDING CHAMPIONS CALVIN ROSS AND ALLISON CHANDLER TAKE 36-HOLE LEADS IN P.E.I.

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DEFENDING CHAMPIONS CALVIN ROSS AND ALLISON CHANDLER TAKE 36-HOLE LEADS IN P.E.I.

Golf Canada – Ross shoots 70 to lead by four; Chandler extends advantage to 10 strokes

FAIRVIEW, P.E.I. – Ideal conditions and sunny skies set the stage for the second round of the CN Future Links Atlantic Championship at Countryview Golf Club. First-round co-leader Calvin Ross claimed sole possession of the Junior Boys lead, while Allison Chandler extended her advantage atop the Junior Girls division to 10 strokes.

Defending Junior Boys champion Calvin Ross carded a 70 to reach 3-under 141. The product of Fredericton, N.B., tallied four birdies across the front nine to build a four-stroke lead.

Alex Taylor of Nine Mile Creek, P.E.I., also posted a 2-under round, sinking five birdies in his final 12 holes. The 16-year-old alongside Kevin Chen (Stratford, P.E.I.), Jack Anderson (Halifax) and Shaun Margeson (Fall River, N.S.) hold shares of second at 1-over 145.

Chester, N.S., resident Allison Chandler shot 1-over 73 to further distance herself from her Junior Girls competitors. The 18-year-old defending champion sunk three birdies on the day to finish 2-under 142. Port Williams, N.S., native Meghan McLean sits in second at 8-over, while her younger sister Heather is one-stroke back in third following a 4-over second-round showing.

Laura Jones, who began the day in sixth-place, carded a 76 to climb into fourth at 11-over. The product of Moncton, N.B., claimed runner-up honours at the 2015 edition of this event at Gowan Brae Golf Club in Bathurst, N.B. Sarah Beqaj of Toronto sits fifth at 13-over.

The top six finalists in the Junior Boys Division will earn exemptions into the 2016 Canadian Junior Boys Championship at Clovelly Golf Club in St. John’s, N.L., from August 1-4. In the case of ties, exemptions will be decided via a hole-by-hole playoff. All competitors within the Top-6, including ties, in the Junior Girls Division will gain entry into the Canadian Junior Girls Championship. The tournament will be conducted from August 2-5 at The Links at Penn Hills in Shubenacadie, N.S.

The final day of competition will see the Junior Boys tee-off at 7:30 a.m. before the Junior Girls begin play at 10:10 a.m. Additional information, including pairings and up-to-date scoring is available here.

2016 CN FUTURE LINKS ATLANTIC CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS – JUNIOR BOYS DIVISION

  • 1. Calvin Ross, Fredericton, NB, *71-70-141 -3
  • 2. Alex Taylor, Nine Mile Creek, PE, *75-70-145 +1
  • 2. Kevin Chen, Stratford, PE, *73-72-145 +1
  • 2. Jack Anderson, Halifax, NS, *73-72-145 +1
  • 2. Shaun Margeson, Fall River, NS, *71-74-145 +1
  • 6. Andrew Bruce, Corner Brook, NL, *75-71-146 +2
  • 6. Luke Gavin, Peterborough, ON, *72-74-146 +2
  • 8. Aubrey Farrell, Sydney Forks, NS, *75-72-147 +3
  • 8. Sam Reid, Moncton, NB, *71-76-147 +3
  • 10. Adrian Mallett, Cornwall, PE, *72-76-148 +4
  • 11. Tyler Hashmi, Charlottetown, PE, *77-73-150 +6
  • 11. Luke Reeves-Rollins, Freetown, PE, *75-75-150 +6
  • 11. Patrick Jackson, Truro, NS, *74-76-150 +6
  • 14. Taylor Beckstead, Alliston, ON, *73-78-151 +7
  • 14. Alexandre Boudreau, Dieppe, NB, *73-78-151 +7
  • 14. Zachary Forsythe, Coldbrook, NS, *73-78-151 +7
  • 14. Michael Simms, St. John’s, NL, *77-74-151 +7
  • 18. Liam Delehanty, Bedford, NS, *76-76-152 +8
  • 18. Mackenzie Clark, Fredericton, NB, *78-74-152 +8
  • 20. Zackery Willis, Charlottetown, PE, *77-76-153 +9
  • 20. Evan Stewart, Belle River, PE, *76-77-153 +9
  • 20. Tyler White, Otonabee, ON, *75-78-153 +9
  • 20. Nick Dolomount, Corner Brook, NL, *78-75-153 +9
  • 20. Sean Garvey, Oakville, ON, *75-78-153 +9
  • 25. Jared Coyle, Manotick, ON, *78-76-154 +10
  • 25. Ryan MacNeil Lamswood, Stephenville, NL, *81-73-154 +10
  • 25. Nash Denic, St. John’s, NL, *76-78-154 +10
  • 25. Evan D’Angelo, St. John’s, NL, *77-77-154 +10
  • 25. Ewan Kelly, Beaver Bank, NS, *79-75-154 +10
  • 25. Andre Savoie, Dieppe, NB, *72-82-154 +10
  • 31. Jason Poley, Stratford, PE, *76-79-155 +11
  • 31. Conor Savage, Dartmouth, NS, *78-77-155 +11
  • 31. Maxime Gaudet, Memramcook, NB, *78-77-155 +11
  • 31. Brendan Dunphy, Whitby, ON, *77-78-155 +11
  • 31. Matthew Chandler, Chester, NS, *80-75-155 +11
  • 36. Sam McNeill, Summerside, PE, *79-77-156 +12
  • 36. James Parsons, Almonte, ON, *76-80-156 +12
  • 36. Benjamin Chassé, Fall River, NS, *79-77-156 +12
  • 36. Owen Dick, Toronto, ON, *81-75-156 +12
  • 40. Samuel Cormier, Dieppe, NB, *79-78-157 +13
  • 40. Grant Koughan, Stratford, PE, *80-77-157 +13
  • 40. Danek Hadley, Bathurst, NB, *84-73-157 +13
  • 40. Jake Wamboldt, Hammonds Plains, NS, *81-76-157 +13
  • 44. Daniel Bruce, Corner Brook, NL, *80-78-158 +14
  • 44. Jonah Vidito, Kentville, NS, *83-75-158 +14
  • 46. Teran Newell, Barrington, NS, *85-74-159 +15
  • 46. Jonah MacMillan, Clyde River, PE, *77-82-159 +15
  • 46. Stuart Earle, Woodmans Point, NB, *80-79-159 +15
  • 49. Alex Dillon, Charlottetown, PE, *80-80-160 +16
  • 49. Charlie DesRoches, Days Corner, PE, *83-77-160 +16
  • 49. Alex Hall, Charlottetown, PE, *79-81-160 +16
  • 49. Cam White, Belfast, PE, *79-81-160 +16
  • 49. Carson DeThomasis, London, ON, *85-75-160 +16
  • 54. Brandon Ramsay, Summerside, PE, *82-79-161 +17
  • 54. Dylan Chase, Chipman, NB, *79-82-161 +17
  • 54. Alex LeBlanc, Dieppe, NB, *82-79-161 +17
  • 57. Matt West, Bedford, NS, *79-83-162 +18
  • 57. Blake Thomsen, Milton, PE, *79-83-162 +18
  • 57. Michael Favier, Charlottetown, PE, *78-84-162 +18
  • 57. Colin Koughan, Stratford, PE, *81-81-162 +18
  • 57. John Mosher, Halifax, NS, *81-81-162 +18
  • 62. Ben MacDonald, Bathurst, NB, *84-79-163 +19
  • 62. Andrew Cooke, Hammonds Plains, NS, *80-83-163 +19
  • 64. Daniel Kirby, Woodstock, NB, *87-77-164 +20
  • 64. Ben Callaghan, Stellarton, NS, *79-85-164 +20
  • 64. Evan Callaghan, Stellarton, NS, *85-79-164 +20
  • 64. Isaac Darling, Rothesay, NB, *84-80-164 +20
  • 68. Noah Woodworth, Kingston, PE, *81-84-165 +21
  • 68. Nathan King, Corner Brook, NL, *84-81-165 +21
  • 68. Alex Goodyear, New Maryland, NB, *85-80-165 +21
  • 68. Ryan O’Hearn, Waverley, NS, *79-86-165 +21
  • 68. Logan Tramble, Bedford, NS, *86-79-165 +21
  • 73. Mark Chandler, Chester, NS, *81-86-167 +23
  • 74. Aiden Coyle, Manotick, ON, *83-86-169 +25
  • 74. Alex Gallant, Summerside, PE, *86-83-169 +25
  • 76. Luke Dillon, Charlottetown, PE, *89-82-171 +27
  • 77. Colby MacArthur, Summerside, PE, *89-92-181 +37
  • 78. Isaac Drake, Vernon Bridge, PE, *96-86-182 +38
  • 78. Tj MacLeod, Upton, PE, *92-90-182 +38
  • 80. Joseph Cluney, Corner Brook, NL, *97-90-187 +43
  • 81. Mitchell Collins, New Maryland, NB, *98-90-188 +44
  • 82. Caleb Drake, Vernon Bridge, PE, *98-96-194 +50
  • 83. Thierry Basque, Dieppe, NB, *98-100-198 +54
  • 84. Carson Lund, Stratford, PE, *101-106-207 +63

2016 CN FUTURE LINKS ATLANTIC CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS – JUNIOR GIRLS DIVISION

  • 1. Allison Chandler, Chester, NS, *69-73-142 -2
  • 2. Meghan McLean, Port Williams, NS, *74-78-152 +8
  • 3. Heather McLean, Port Williams, NS, *77-76-153 +9
  • 4. Laura Jones, Moncton, NB, *79-76-155 +11
  • 5. Sarah Beqaj, Toronto, ON, *75-82-157 +13
  • 6. Sarah Holt, Waterville, NB, *76-88-164 +20
  • 7. Kiley MacDonald, Bedford, NS, *81-89-170 +26
  • 8. Mackenzie Scott, Upper Hampstead, NB, *91-83-174 +30
  • 9. Natasha Stasiuk, Oakville, ON, *84-93-177 +33
  • 9. Laura Wesselius, Intervale, NB, *87-90-177 +33
  • 11. Paige Hickey, Corner Brook, NL, *93-96-189 +45
  • 12. Taylor Cormier, Corner Brook, NL, *94-97-191 +47
  • 13. Mackenzie Deveau, Moncton, NB, *106-100-206 +62
  • 14. Abby Bugden, Corner Brook, NL, *131-115-246 +102

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ABOUT CN FUTURE LINKS
CN Future Links is Canada’s national junior golf program conducted by Golf Canada, the PGA of Canada and Canada’s provincial golf associations. The program is designed to forge a link between Canada’s youth and golf to ensure the future of the game in Canada. Since the inception of the program in 1996, more than 1.2 million young Canadians have taken part in CN Future Links. A number of new initiatives, including Field Trips and Learn to Play, have succeeded through CN’s sponsorship of the program. For more information, visit www.cnfuturelinks.com.

Golf Canada’s CN Future Links program is proudly sponsored by CN, Acura, Cobra Puma Golf and supported by ClubLink, Heritage Canada and the National Golf Course Owners Association (NGCOA).

ABOUT CN
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PGA OF CANADA—THE LIFEBLOOD OF THE GAME OF GOLF
Established in 1911, the PGA of Canada is the second oldest and third largest professional golf association in the world. The PGA of Canada is a non-profit Association comprised of 3,700 golf professionals across the country. The association’s mandate is to develop, promote and support its members in living a better life and earning a better living while growing participation, excellence and passion for the sport of golf. The association consists of the national office located in Acton, Ont., and nine Zone Offices across the country. www.pgaofcanada.com

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Golf Canada is the National Sports Federation and governing body for golf in Canada representing close to 305,000 golfers at more than 1,400 member clubs across the country. A proud member of the Canadian Olympic Committee, Golf Canada’s mission is to grow participation, excellence and passion in the sport while upholding the integrity and traditions of the game. By investing in the growth of the sport and introducing more participants of all ages to the game, our goal is to be relevant to and respected by all Canadian golf enthusiasts from coast to coast. For more information about what Golf Canada is doing to support golf in your community, visit www.golfcanada.ca.

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