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Golf Canada – Team Alberta and Team Saskatchewan lead inter-prvincial competition

BATHURST, N.B. – Peter Detemple and Brady Exber were the only players in the red at the end of the first round of the 2018 Canadian Men’s Senior Championship at Gowan Brae Golf & Country Club. 

It was a sunny blue bird day with a little wind which was proving to throw off some players, but not Detemple. 

“It was a beautiful day, perfect enough breeze for the mosquitoes to keep away. You know, the wind is your friend in golf, you use it. It wasn’t overly windy, it was a normal wind,” said the Vancouver native. 

Detemple opened with two birdies on his front nine but struggled with his putter on hole 10 as he made the turn.

“I missed a 12-inch putt on 10, I tapped it in and missed it. I was standing there like ‘what the heck’ that don’t happen,” Detemple laughed. 

He didn’t let that stop him. The Lexington Park, Ont., resident continued to card two more birdies against two bogeys to finish 1 under. 

“I played conservative, I kept it in play today, that was my goal. You don’t want to shoot yourself out,” said the 56-year-old.

Unlike Detemple, Exber had a rough start to the tournament when he arrived in Bathurst, but his clubs did not. Exber was one of many players whose clubs didn’t make it for the practice round, but thankfully arrived just on time for the beginning of the championship. 

“I’m really happy, I didn’t have my own clubs until today, so I just didn’t want to get off to a bad start,” said the Las Vegas native. “I wanted to get in the feel of the golf course because I didn’t really know how far the ball was going with my own equipment. It took me a few holes to kind of get going, but I did get off to a good start.” 

The 62-year-old had a similar opening round to Detemple recording two birdies. Exber made the turn–also recording a bogey on hole 10 and a birdie on hole 11–and recorded an eagle on hole 14 after a chip-in just off the green. 

Two players trail the duo after carding even-par 72s. Ken Griffith of Red Deer, Alta. and Allen Barber of Yorktown, Va., both share third heading into Wednesday’s second round.

Canadian Golf Hall of Fame Honoured Member and 2014 Champion, Doug Roxbough, leads the Super Senior (65 years +) Division by two strokes over Lars Melander from Oakville, Ont. and Mike Hosford from Dieppe, N.B. Roxbough recorded a 2-over-74 in Tuesday’s round. 

Defending champions, Team Alberta, has a share of the lead with neighbouring province, Team Saskatchewan, at 4 over. Three strokes back, with a share of third, are Team British Columbia (+7) and Team Ontario (+7). 

The 2018 Canadian Men’s Senior Champion will earn an exemption into the 2019 U.S. Men’s Senior Amateur Championship at the Old Chatham Golf Club in Durham, N.C., on Aug. 24-29, 2019.

Additional information, including full scores from the Canadian Men’s Senior Championship can be here.

Note to Media: Photos of the event can be found here. 


T1   Peter Detemple           Lexington Park, MD           34-37–71 -1  

 T1   Brady Exber              Las Vegas, NV                34-37–71 -1  

 T3   Allen Barber             Yorktown, VA                 35-37–72 E   

 T3   Ken Griffith             Red Deer, AB                 36-36–72 E   

 T5   Brian Brown              Nanton, AB                   36-37–73 +1  

 T5   David Greenaway          Barrie, ON                   34-39–73 +1  

 T5   David Schultz            Calgary, AB                  36-37–73 +1


T1  John Festival Calgary, AB Brian Coston Calgary, AB Ken Griffith Red Deer, AB                  74-74–148 +4  

 T1  Rick Hallberg Weyburn, SK Ken Rodgers Regina, SK Tony Turay Saskatoon, SK                     72-76–148 +4  

 T3  Doug Roxburgh Vancouver, BC John Gallacher Burnaby, BC Al Jensen Nanaimo, BC                  74-77–151 +7  

 T3  Mark Brewer Pickering, ON Tim Southcott Milton, ON Robert Gibson Toronto, ON                  76-75–151 +7  

 5   Shawn Farrell St-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC François Bissonnette Mirabel, QC Michel Roy Québec, QC  71-81–152 +8  

 T6  Michael Walker Winnipeg, MB William Parker Winnipeg, MB Garth Collings Matlock, MB            76-79–155 +11 

 T6  Scott Purdy Charlottetown, PE Randy Bernard O’Leary, PE Thane Thomson Cornwall, PE            71-84–155 +11 

 8   Chuck Conley St. John’s, NL Glen Burke Stephenville, NL Stephen Colford St. John’s, NL        79-78–157 +13 

 9   Mark Armstrong Rothesay, NB Denis Beaulieu St. Quentin, NB Fernand Robichaud Six Roads, NB    81-77–158 +14 

 10  Jim MacMaster Inverness, NS Ed Peverill New Minas, NS Dean Woodman Windsor, NS                78-81–159 +15 


1   Doug Roxburgh          Vancouver, BC       36-38–74 +2  

 T2  Mike Hosford           Dieppe, NB          35-41–76 +4  

 T2  Lars Melander          Oakville, ON        39-37–76 +4  

 T4  Frank MacKenzie        Vernon, BC          39-38–77 +5  

 T4  John Russell           Chestermere, AB     38-39–77 +5  

 T6  Howard Broun           Calgary, AB         37-41–78 +6  

 T6  Adélard Collin         Québec, QC          40-38–78 +6  

 T6  Jim Russell            Calgary, AB         39-39–78 +6


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