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Golf Canada – Parsons and Gil maintain leads heading into final round

KAMLOOPS, B.C. – Blue skies and a beaming sun set the stage for the second round of the CN Future Links Pacific Championship. Mary Parsons and Tony Gil continued their fine play at The Dunes at Kamloops Golf Club, as each extended their leads atop their respective divisions.

Mary Parsons collected five birdies, including two across a bogey-free back nine, to reach 3-under 69 on the day. The native of Delta, B.C., is now 9-under for the tournament and tops the Junior Girls Division by six strokes. Team Canada Development Squad member and Mississauga, Ont., native Chloe Currie maintained her hold on second with a 1-under second-round performance that included five birdies. 

An eagle and five birdies propelled Amanda Minni, also of Delta, B.C., from T6 into third-place at 2-under. Sumie Francois from Burnaby, B.C., collected seven birdies to card the low-round of the day – a 5-under 67. 

Women’s Development Squad members Tiffany Kong (Vancouver) and Grace St-Germain (Orleans, Ont.) are tied for seventh at 3-over 147 alongside former teammate Alisha Lau of Richmond, B.C. Fellow British Columbians Hannah Lee of Surrey and Kathrine Chan of Richmond round out the National Team contingent and sit T12. 

Tony Gil of Vaughan, Ont., opened the second round with consecutive birdies and would go on to collect four more en route a 4-under 68 performance. The Team Canada Men’s Development Squad member is four strokes clear of Surrey, B.C., product Po Su. The 16-year-old Su tallied nine birdies on the day to climb into second after beginning the round at T24. Ethan Choi of Pincher Creek, Alta., is third after shooting 69. 

Calgary’s Alexander Smith, a member of the Men’s Development Squad, shot 68 to move into a tie for sixth. Completing the Team Canada quartet in attendance are A.J. Ewart of Coquitlam, B.C., and Charles-Éric Bélanger of Quebec, who are T14 and T29, respectively. 

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

The final round of competition will see the Junior Boys Division begin the day at 7 a.m. PT before the Junior Girls take to the course at 11 a.m. PT. Additional information, including start times and scoring, is available here

2016 CN FUTURE LINKS PACIFIC CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS – JUNIOR BOYS DIVISION

  • 1. Tony Gil, Vaughan, ON, *66-68-134 -10
  • 2. Po Su, Surrey, BC, *73-65-138 -6
  • 3. Ethan Choi, Pincher Creek, AB, *70-69-139 -5
  • 4. Willis Lee, Langley, BC, *71-69-140 -4
  • 4. Thomas Verigin, West Vancouver, BC, *71-69-140 -4
  • 6. Gavin Ciulla, Surrey, BC, *70-71-141 -3
  • 6. Alexander Smith, Calgary, AB, *73-68-141 -3
  • 6. Jaewook Lee, Langley, BC, *72-69-141 -3
  • 6. Conaire Kehoe, Calgary, AB, *69-72-141 -3
  • 10. Bradley McKeating, Calgary, AB, *73-69-142 -2
  • 10. Adam Veenstra, Smithers, BC, *71-71-142 -2
  • 10. Chandler McDowell, Springbrook, AB, *72-70-142 -2
  • 10. Isaac D.H. Lee, Pitt Meadows, BC, *72-70-142 -2
  • 14. Brendan MacDougall, Calgary, AB, *76-67-143 -1
  • 14. A.J. Ewart, Coquitlam, BC, *70-73-143 -1
  • 14. Khan Lee, Surrey, BC, *69-74-143 -1
  • 14. Henry Lee, Coquitlam, BC, *72-71-143 -1
  • 14. Brandon McManus, Surrey, BC, *72-71-143 -1
  • 19. Terry Cousineau, Kamloops, BC, *75-69-144 E
  • 19. Kai Iguchi, Banff, AB, *73-71-144 E
  • 21. Victor Choi, Comox, BC, *71-74-145 +1
  • 21. Chris Horton, Calgary, AB, *75-70-145 +1
  • 21. Roy Kang, North Vancouver, BC, *74-71-145 +1
  • 21. Spencer Rhodes, Port Alberni, BC, *72-73-145 +1
  • 25. Michael Crisologo, Richmond, BC, *70-76-146 +2
  • 25. Keaton Gudz, Victoria, BC, *72-74-146 +2
  • 25. Jake Lane, Fort St John, BC, *76-70-146 +2
  • 28. Charles Kim, Surrey, BC, *72-75-147 +3
  • 29. Jordan Bean, Canmore, AB, *76-72-148 +4
  • 29. Justin Gaukel, Surrey, BC, *74-74-148 +4
  • 29. Kevin Bishop, Nanaimo, BC, *72-76-148 +4
  • 29. Andrew Spalti, Vancouver, BC, *72-76-148 +4
  • 29. Max Sekulic, Rycroft, AB, *75-73-148 +4
  • 29. Keenan Flemming, Sechelt, BC, *73-75-148 +4
  • 29. Charles-Eric Belanger, Québec, QC, *76-72-148 +4
  • 36. Nolan Thoroughgood, Victoria, BC, *79-70-149 +5
  • 36. Andy Kim, Langley, BC, *73-76-149 +5
  • 36. Scott Walker, Calgary, AB, *77-72-149 +5
  • 36. Harry Bains, Surrey, BC, *78-71-149 +5
  • 40. Myles Killackey, Gibsons, BC, *74-76-150 +6
  • 40. Braden McKay, Rossland, BC, *78-72-150 +6
  • 40. Sean Buckles, North Vancouver, BC, *77-73-150 +6
  • 40. Tristan Mandur, Mill Bay, BC, *72-78-150 +6
  • 40. Kyle Leiman, Victoria, BC, *74-76-150 +6
  • 45. Wyatt Brook, Kamloops, BC, *75-76-151 +7
  • 45. Aidan Goodfellow, Parksville, BC, *78-73-151 +7
  • 45. Daniel Hyun, Langley, BC, *73-78-151 +7
  • 45. Jacob Hayes, Delta, BC, *77-74-151 +7
  • 49. Connor Ackroyd, St. Albert, AB, *75-77-152 +8
  • 49. Brycen Ko, Richmond, BC, *78-74-152 +8
  • 49. Matt Campbell, Calgary, AB, *78-74-152 +8
  • 52. Andrew Widjaja, Calgary, AB, *79-74-153 +9
  • 52. Joel Veenstra, Smithers, BC, *75-78-153 +9
  • 52. Matthew Kettleson, Vancouver, BC, *80-73-153 +9
  • 52. Jordan Simpson, Penticton, BC, *76-77-153 +9
  • 56. Jeevan Sihota, Victoria, BC, *75-79-154 +10
  • 56. Nicolas Miu, Richmond, BC, *78-76-154 +10
  • 58. Jerry Li, Vancouver, BC, *77-78-155 +11
  • 58. Cian Besler-Chalcroft, Calgary, AB, *78-77-155 +11
  • 58. Owen MacEachern, Calgary, AB, *75-80-155 +11
  • 58. Matt Bean, Canmore, AB, *76-79-155 +11
  • 58. Landon Stellingwerff, Calgary, AB, *77-78-155 +11
  • 58. Logan Carver, Calgary, AB, *79-76-155 +11
  • 64. Ethan Ko, Victoria, BC, *77-79-156 +12
  • 64. Matthew Jackson, Edmonton, AB, *77-79-156 +12
  • 64. Mitchell Thiessen, Chilliwack, BC, *76-80-156 +12
  • 67. Daniel Sun, Surrey, BC, *80-77-157 +13
  • 67. Jacob Lucki, Agassiz, BC, *80-77-157 +13
  • 69. Carter Graf, Red Deer, AB, *77-81-158 +14
  • 69. Michael Lavorato, Calgary, AB, *77-81-158 +14
  • 71. Top Lau, Richmond, BC, *84-75-159 +15
  • 71. Alexander Webber, Comox, BC, *81-78-159 +15
  • 73. Marko Banic, Calgary, AB, *84-76-160 +16
  • 73. Andy Jang, Langley, BC, *77-83-160 +16
  • 73. Drew Harvie, West Kelowna, BC, *82-78-160 +16
  • 76. Adam Niles, Kamloops BC, *78-83-161 +17
  • 76. Brock Chelle, Edmonton, AB, *83-78-161 +17
  • 76. Ben Wong, Calgary, AB, *80-81-161 +17
  • 79. Ali Ladak, Richmond, BC, *84-80-164 +20
  • 80. Justin Sawley, Kimberley, BC, *86-79-165 +21
  • 80. Evan Urquhart, Calgary, AB, *82-83-165 +21
  • 82. Braeden Cooper, Vernon, BC, *84-83-167 +23
  • 83. Adam Penk, Coquitlam, BC, *87-84-171 +27
  • 84. Marcus Rayner, Burnaby, BC, *88-84-172 +28
  • 85. Jean-Philippe Parr, St-Celestin, QC, *86-91-177 +33
  • 86. Cole Wilson, Kelowna, BC, *90-90-180 +36

DID NOT FINISH

  • WD. Perry Xin, Vancouver, BC

2016 CN FUTURE LINKS PACIFIC CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS – JUNIOR GIRLS DIVISION

  • 1. Mary Parsons, Delta, BC, *66-69-135 -9
  • 2. Chloe Currie, Mississauga, ON, *70-71-141 -3
  • 3. Amanda Minni, Delta, BC, *74-68-142 -2
  • 4. Sumie Francois, Burnaby, BC, *76-67-143 -1
  • 5. Abigail Rigsby, Courtenay, BC, *73-72-145 +1
  • 6. Ye Ji Lim, Langley, BC, *74-72-146 +2
  • 7. Tiffany Kong, Vancouver, BC, *70-77-147 +3
  • 7. Alisha Lau, Richmond, BC, *75-72-147 +3
  • 7. Grace St-Germain, Orleans, ON, *74-73-147 +3
  • 10. Jayla Yoonji Kang, Surrey, BC, *74-75-149 +5
  • 11. Tiegan Taylor, Kelowna, BC, *73-77-150 +6
  • 12. Kehler Koss, Calgary, AB, *80-71-151 +7
  • 12. Hannah Lee, Surrey, BC, *79-72-151 +7
  • 12. Kathrine Chan, Richmond, BC, *77-74-151 +7
  • 15. Sharmaine Rapisura, Calgary, AB, *78-74-152 +8
  • 15. Esther Subin Lee, Maple Ridge, BC, *76-76-152 +8
  • 17. Phoebe Yue, West Vancouver, BC, *78-75-153 +9
  • 17. Annabelle Ackroyd, Calgary, AB, *81-72-153 +9
  • 17. Diana McDonald, Kingston, ON, *77-76-153 +9
  • 20. Jaya Rampuri, Coquitlam, BC, *74-80-154 +10
  • 20. Megan Ratcliffe, Qualicum Beach, BC, *79-75-154 +10
  • 22. Claire Emery, Calgary, AB, *79-77-156 +12
  • 22. Akari Hayashi, Victoria, BC, *78-78-156 +12
  • 24. Shirin Anjarwalla, Nanaimo, BC, *82-75-157 +13
  • 24. Euna Han, Coquitlam, BC, *84-73-157 +13
  • 26. Kenna Hughes, Calgary, AB, *75-83-158 +14
  • 27. Cecile Kwon, Maple Ridge, BC, *77-82-159 +15
  • 27. Ashley Cai, Vancouver, BC, *75-84-159 +15
  • 29. Natalie Chu, Vancouver, BC, *80-80-160 +16
  • 30. Karen Zhang, Richmond, BC, *83-78-161 +17
  • 30. Bobbi Uhl, Erickson, MB, *85-76-161 +17
  • 32. Ji Na Choi, Port Moody, BC, *86-81-167 +23
  • 33. Lauren Koenig, Redcliff, AB, *83-86-169 +25

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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, visitwww.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
CN is a true backbone of the economy, transporting more than C$250 billion worth of goods annually for a wide range of business sectors, ranging from resource products to manufactured products to consumer goods, across a rail network spanning Canada and mid-America, from the Atlantic and Pacific oceans to the Gulf of Mexico. CN – Canadian National Railway Company, along with its operating railway subsidiaries — serves the ports of Vancouver, Prince Rupert, B.C., Montreal, Halifax, New Orleans, and Mobile, Ala., and the metropolitan areas of Toronto, Chicago, Detroit, Duluth, Minn./Superior, Wis., Green Bay, Wis., Minneapolis/St. Paul, Memphis, and Jackson, Miss., with connections to all points in North America. For more information on CN, visit the company’s website at www.cn.ca (TSX: CNR) (NYSE: CNI).

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 

GOLF CANADA – LOVE THE GAME. GROW THE GAME.
Golf Canada is the National Sports Federation and governing body for golf in Canada representing close to 310,000 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

For more information:

Herb Fung
Coordinator, Media and Public Relations
Golf Canada
(t) 1-800-263-0009 x 258
(c) 647-709-3167
(e) hfung@golfcanada.ca