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Golf Canada – Chun opens two-stroke lead; Davison overtakes first round leader

BEAUCEVILLE, Que. – Clear skies and good weather brought ideal playing conditions to the second round of the CN Future Links Quebec Championship. First round co-leader Monet Chun took sole possession of the Junior Girls’ top spot, while Callum Davison moved up from second place to lead the Junior Boys into the final round.

Chun, a product of Richmond Hill, Ont., tallied four birdies across her first 11 holes to card a 2-under 70 on the day. The 15-year-old reached 2-under in the competition to extend her advantage by four strokes.

Noemie Paré of Victoriaville, Que., matched Chun’s 2-under day. The 18-year-old’s 4-under back nine comprised of two birdies and an eagle on the par-4 13th catapulted her into second place.

First round co-leader Alyssa DiMarcantonio of Maple, Ont., shot 76 and sits third, while Meghan McLean of Port Williams, N.S., holds fourth-place after carding a 71. Completing the Top-5 is Céleste Dao of Notre-Dame-de-L’Île-Perrot, Que., who is 6-over after equaling DiMarcantonio’s round of 76.

A new leader took hold of the Junior Boys division as Davison shot a 67 to secure a 5-under-par, one-stroke lead. The Duncan, B.C., product notched back-to-back birdies on holes 4 and 5, then another pair on 11 and 12, before adding an eagle on the par-5 16th. Mascouche, Que., resident Marc-Antoine Hotte matched Davison’s eagle on the same hole and sits second after a round of 68.

One week removed from his victory at the CN Future Links Ontario Championship at Midland Golf & Country Club in Midland, Ont., Brandon Lacasse equaled Davison’s 4-under 67 to take sole possession of third place. The native of Châteauguay, Que., drained four birdies in a bogey-free round.

First round leader Sam Meek carded a 71 to stand alone at fourth, while William Duquette (Laval, Que.), Minwoo Park (Toronto) and Ty Celone (Long Sault, Ont.) hold shares of fifth at 1-under. Québec City native Charles-Éric Bélanger, a member of Team Canada’s Development Squad, is T16.

Exemptions into the 2016 Canadian Junior Boys Championship will be awarded to the top six finalists in the Junior Boys division. The event will be contested 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 those in the Top-6, including ties, in the Junior Girls division will gain entry into the Canadian Junior Girls Championship at The Links at Penn Hills in Shubenacadie, N.S., August 2-5.

The final day of competition will see the first round of Junior Boys tee-off at 7 a.m. before the Junior Girls take to the course at 11:20 a.m. The second round of Junior Boys will begin play at 1 p.m. Additional information, including pairings and up-to-date scoring is available here.

2016 CN FUTURE LINKS QUEBEC CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS – JUNIOR GIRLS DIVISION

  • 1. Monet Chun, Richmond Hill, ON, *72-70-142 -2
  • 2. Noemie Paré, Victoriaville, QC, *76-70-146 +2
  • 3. Alyssa DiMarcantonio , Maple, ON, *72-76-148 +4
  • 4. Meghan McLean, Port Williams, NS, *78-71-149 +5
  • 5. Céleste Dao, Notre-Dame-de-L’Île-Perrot, QC, *74-76-150 +6
  • 6. Audrey Paradis, Blainville, QC, *82-72-154 +10
  • 6. Isabella Portokalis, London, ON, *78-76-154 +10
  • 8. Sarah-Eve Rheaume, Québec, QC, *74-82-156 +12
  • 9. Emily Romancew, Pierrefonds, QC, *82-75-157 +13
  • 9. Ellice Hong, Thornhill, ON, *74-83-157 +13
  • 11. Elizabeth Blier, St. Bruno, QC, *83-75-158 +14
  • 12. Marilou Bernier, Vaudreuil-Dorion, QC, *81-79-160 +16
  • 13. Mathilde Denicourt, St-Cesaire, QC, *83-78-161 +17
  • 13. Hailey McLaughlin, Markham, ON, *81-80-161 +17
  • 13. Brigitte Thibault, Rosemère, QC, *82-79-161 +17
  • 16. Heather McLean, Port Williams, NS, *79-87-166 +22
  • 17. Élizabeth Labbé, Lévis, QC, *86-81-167 +23
  • 17. Sarah Cushing, Brockville, ON, *83-84-167 +23
  • 17. Rose Morissette, Laval, QC, *87-80-167 +23
  • 20. Danielle Sawyer, Grafton, ON, *85-83-168 +24
  • 21. Audrey Côté, Victoriaville, QC, *86-87-173 +29
  • 22. Lory Paradis, Blainville, QC, *87-87-174 +30
  • 22. Sarah-Maud Longchamps, Lévis, QC, *92-82-174 +30
  • 24. Haley Baker, Halifax, NS, *91-85-176 +32
  • 25. Yasmine Daoud, Pierrefonds, QC, *93-86-179 +35
  • 26. Megan MacGregor-Coste, Gatineau, QC, *90-90-180 +36
  • 27. Sarah McLellan, Oro-Medonte, ON, *90-93-183 +39
  • 27. Charlie Bernier, Lévis, QC, *93-90-183 +39
  • 29. Myrka Perron, Saint-Georges, QC, *95-99-194 +50

DID NOT FINISH

  • WD. Diana McDonald, Kingston, ON, *

2016 CN FUTURE LINKS QUEBEC CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS – JUNIOR BOYS DIVISION

  • 1. Callum Davison, Duncan, BC, *70-67-137 -5
  • 2. Marc-Antoine Hotte, Mascouche, QC, *70-68-138 -4
  • 3. Brandon Lacasse, Châteauguay, QC, *72-67-139 -3
  • 4. Sam Meek, Peterborough, ON, *69-71-140 -2
  • 5. William Duquette, Laval, QC, *71-70-141 -1
  • 5. Minwoo Park, Toronto, ON, *72-69-141 -1
  • 5. Ty Celone, Long Sault, ON, *71-70-141 -1
  • 8. Calvin Ross, Fredericton, NB, *72-70-142 E
  • 9. Louis-Alexandre Colgan, Québec, QC, *71-73-144 +2
  • 10. Benjamin Perron, Lac-Poulin, QC, *72-73-145 +3
  • 11. Raphael Nolet, Terrebonne, QC, *71-75-146 +4
  • 11. Nick Valiquette, Cornwall, *73-73-146 +4
  • 11. Antoine Roy, Rimouski, QC, *72-74-146 +4
  • 14. Jonathan Vermette, Val-d’Or, QC, *74-73-147 +5
  • 14. Jean-Philippe Denicourt, St-Césaire, QC, *77-70-147 +5
  • 16. Nicola Gauthier, Terrebonne, QC, *77-71-148 +6
  • 16. Charles-Eric Belanger, Québec, QC, *71-77-148 +6
  • 16. Charles-David Trépanier, Quebec, QC, *73-75-148 +6
  • 16. Cougar Collins, Caledon, ON, *72-76-148 +6
  • 20. Antoine Côté, Québec, QC, *78-71-149 +7
  • 20. Ryan Page, Whitby, ON, *73-76-149 +7
  • 20. Luke Gavin, Peterborough, ON, *74-75-149 +7
  • 20. Jake Bryson, Dunrobin, ON, *71-78-149 +7
  • 24. Mathew Stevens, Peterborough, ON, *74-76-150 +8
  • 24. Solomon Coupal, Sainte-Thérèse, QC, *74-76-150 +8
  • 24. Andy Dubuc, St-jean-sur-Richelieu, QC, *75-75-150 +8
  • 24. Eric (Joohyung) Byun, Richmond Hill, ON, *78-72-150 +8
  • 24. Jeremy Renaud, Lasalle, QC, *78-72-150 +8
  • 24. Cullen Chung, Westmount, QC, *75-75-150 +8
  • 24. Félix Normand, Mont St-Hilaire, QC, *77-73-150 +8
  • 24. Brendan Smith, Ayers Cliff, QC, *75-75-150 +8
  • 32. Cole Hague, Markham, ON, *75-76-151 +9
  • 32. Jean-Christophe Gagnon, Québec, QC, *79-72-151 +9
  • 32. Laurent Desmarchais, Longueil, QC, *76-75-151 +9
  • 32. Matthew Chandler, Chester, NS, *74-77-151 +9
  • 32. Griffin Jones, Manotick, ON, *76-75-151 +9
  • 32. Frédéric Rousseau, Longueuil, QC, *74-77-151 +9
  • 38. William Comeau, Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, QC, *79-73-152 +10
  • 38. Thomas Giroux, Georgetown, ON, *77-75-152 +10
  • 38. Raphael Lebrun, Lac Delage, QC, *73-79-152 +10
  • 38. Marc-Antoine Lavigne, Montréal, QC, *80-72-152 +10
  • 38. Thomas Vallières, Victoriaville, QC, *77-75-152 +10
  • 43. David Iaderosa, Ottawa, ON, *75-78-153 +11
  • 43. Antoine Beaupré-Vachon, Montréal, QC, *77-76-153 +11
  • 43. Alexandre Belanger, St-Jacques, NB, *75-78-153 +11
  • 46. Louis-Michel Guay, St-Isidore, QC, *76-78-154 +12
  • 46. Simon Gaudet, St-Liguori, QC, *76-78-154 +12
  • 46. Julian Myers, Ottawa, ON, *77-77-154 +12
  • 46. Philip Isabelle, Ste-Julie, QC, *78-76-154 +12
  • 46. Philippe Richard, Québec, QC, *78-76-154 +12
  • 46. Sam Reid, Moncton, NB, *78-76-154 +12
  • 52. Edouard Grondin, Montréal, QC, *78-77-155 +13
  • 52. Shaun Margeson, Fall River, NS, *75-80-155 +13
  • 52. Keenan McPhail, Stittsville, ON, *75-80-155 +13
  • 52. Olivier Ménard, Valley Field, QC, *77-78-155 +13
  • 56. Charles-Olivier Martineau, Magog, QC, *79-77-156 +14
  • 56. William Latreille, L’Île-Bizard, QC, *73-83-156 +14
  • 56. Isaac Darling, Rothesay, NB, *75-81-156 +14
  • 59. Tyler Epp, Ottawa, ON, *82-75-157 +15
  • 59. Mathieu Duguay, Cap-Saint-Ignace, QC, *77-80-157 +15
  • 61. Victor Rodrigue – Senécal, Ste-Julie, QC, *78-80-158 +16
  • 61. William Dubois, St. Jean-sur-le-Richelieu, QC, *81-77-158 +16
  • 61. Ewan Kelly, Beaver Bank, NS, *75-83-158 +16
  • 61. Patrick Jackson, Truro, NS, *80-78-158 +16
  • 65. Jeffrey Lebeau, Sherbrooke, QC, *83-76-159 +17
  • 65. Alexandre Carrière, Mirabel, QC, *82-77-159 +17
  • 67. Malik Dao, Notre-Dame de l’Ile Perrot, QC, *81-79-160 +18
  • 67. Alexy Barrette, Mirabel, QC, *77-83-160 +18
  • 69. Bruno Gendron, Boucherville, QC, *77-85-162 +20
  • 69. Philippe Guité, St-Bruno-de-Montarville, QC, *83-79-162 +20
  • 69. Thomas Stafford, Beaconsfield, QC, *80-82-162 +20
  • 69. Cedrik Sara, Laval, QC, *79-83-162 +20
  • 69. Ryan Massicotte, Ange-Gardien, QC, *80-82-162 +20
  • 74. Bryan Gardner, Victoriaville, QC, *81-82-163 +21
  • 75. Louis-Charles Marcotte, Boischatel, QC, *85-79-164 +22
  • 75. Nathan Desrochers, Saint Bruno, QC, *79-85-164 +22
  • 75. Alexis Chabot, St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, QC, *84-80-164 +22
  • 78. Logan Boucher, Beaconsfield, QC, *80-85-165 +23
  • 79. Frederic Voiselle, Quebec, QC, *88-79-167 +25
  • 79. Julien Roy, Rimouski, QC, *79-88-167 +25
  • 81. William Gagné, Québec, QC, *80-88-168 +26
  • 82. Antoine Rioux, L’Ancienne-Lorette, QC, *80-89-169 +27
  • 83. William Littlejohn, Chicoutimi, QC, *85-86-171 +29
  • 84. Levy Deschenes, Rawdon, QC, *87-87-174 +32
  • 85. Rémi Lévesque, Québec, QC, *79-96-175 +33
  • 86. Victor Blier, St-Bruno, QC, *86-91-177 +35
  • 87. Ryan Choi, Markham, ON, *88-92-180 +38
  • 88. Samuel Breton Gagnon, Lévis, QC, *94-93-187 +45
  • 89. Jean-Philippe Parr, St-Celestin, QC, *97-98-195 +53

DID NOT FINISH

  • WD. Nathan Douglas, Thornhill, ON, *
  • WD. Thomas Gevas, Saint-Lazare, QC, *
  • WD. Kelvin Lim, Thornhill, ON, *

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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
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.

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