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Golf Ontario – RICHMOND HILL— The Baka Wireless Ontario Public Player Championship kicked off on Aug. 29 at Diamondback Golf Club in Richmond Hill. A total of 60 players teed it up in three flights all looking for the final single men’s title of the provincial championship season.

The A Flight, gross score, had numerous players in contention. At the turn, a total of five were all tied for the lead at one-under. By the end of the day that number was narrowed down to two: Erin’s Cameron Brennan and Port Perry’s Jake McNulty. Brennan and McNulty each carded a one-under (71).

Brennan began with four pars before back-to-back birdies on the fifth and sixth holes. He added a bogey on the ninth but made the turn one-under. He dropped to two-under with a birdie on 14 but ended his round with a bogey on the 18th.

As for McNulty, he got out to a great start with birdies on the first and fifth holes. However, he would triple bogey the eighth and added a bogey on the ninth and was two-over heading to the back nine.  He would make those strokes up early on the back nine. He birdied 10, 11 and 13 and held on to card his round of one-under. 

Brennan and McNulty will begin the day one shot up on Willowdale’s Chris Willis, who sits alone in third at even par (72). Willis had an up-and-down front nine, with three birdies and three bogeys, but made the turn even. He dropped to one-under with a birdie on 11th but would bogey 14 and finished even. 

In addition to the A Flight, there are two additional net flights. In the B Flight, Newmarket’s Doug McNeilis out in front after the opening round. McNeil made the turn at one-under net, and went on to play the back nine even to finish with a one-under (71) net score. McNeil holds a two-stroke advantage heading to tomorrow’s final round.  

In the C Flight, also a net division, Toronto’s Joe Renzetti holds the lead. Renzettiwas three-over at the turn but played the back nine at six-under net. That allowed him to finish with a net score of three-under (69). He will take a five-shot lead into tomorrow’s final round.

The final round gets underway tomorrow at 7:30 and spectators are invited to Diamondback Golf Club to take in the action. For full tournament information, including the leaderboards, pairings and live streaming video archive, see the tournament sites at: https://gao.bluegolf.com/bluegolf/gao17/event/gao1730/index.htm

About the Baka Wireless Ontario Public Player Championship

The Baka Wireless Public Player Championship has been contested since 1958. It was suspended between 1984 and 1995. This event is a two-round competition with a gross championship and two net flights. Former champions include: Ontario Golf Hall of Famer Gerry Kesselring, Ken Trowbridge, Dave Bunker and Lucas Kim. Craig Loughry holds the record for the most victories with four.


Golf Ontario is Ontario’s Provincial Sport Organization focused on enhancing participation, elevating performance and supporting the passion of golfers in Ontario. With over 90,000 individual members and 450 member clubs, Golf Ontario is one of the largest golf associations in the world.  From rating courses and keeping the integral rules of the game intact, to growing the game at the grassroots level and getting the game of golf into our school systems, to keeping the Ontario golf community aware of all relevant issues and hosting the best amateur tournaments in Canada, Golf Ontario is a passionate group dedicated to making golf better for everyone in Ontario. We share a love and passion for golf, while preserving its past, fostering its future, and championing golf’s best interests for everyone who enjoys the sport.

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Results for contest A Flight (GROSS):
 T1  Cameron Brennan    35-36--71 -1   
 T1  Jake McNulty       38-33--71 -1   
 3   Chris Willis       36-36--72 E    
 4   Ryan Trapp         35-38--73 +1   
 T5  Robert Sterling    35-39--74 +2   
 T5  Jean-Henri Lavoie  35-39--74 +2   
 T7  Robin Petras       35-40--75 +3   
 T7  Mike Currie        39-36--75 +3   
 T7  Jaron Brown        36-39--75 +3   
 10  Arnold Johnson     41-36--77 +5   
 11  Arjun Walia        38-41--79 +7   
 12  Peter Sandwell     40-40--80 +8   
 13  Rob McLean         41-40--81 +9   
 T14 Greg Colling       43-39--82 +10  
 T14 Jay Chambers       41-41--82 +10  
 16  Peter Willis       40-43--83 +11  
 17  Daniel Grisebach   44-44--88 +16  
 18  Gael Ntore         42-47--89 +17  
 19  Bryan Rose         47-44--91 +19  
 20  Andrew Metrick     51-42--93 +21  
 21  Sayd Hashimi       53-49--102 +30