MYLES CREIGHTON LEADS THE EASTERN AMATEUR
Nova Scotia Golf Association – 2017 MCT Nova Scotia Men’s Amateur Champion is currently leading the 61st Annual Eastern Amateur Championship at the Elizabeth Manor Golf & Country Club in Portsmouth, VA. Fresh off his victory last week at the Nova Scotia Men’s Amateur Championship and an earlier win this season at the 45th Rice Planters Invitational, Creighton is having an historical season. Myles is a member of the Radford University golf team which is a D1 school in the NCAA. He has also moved into 20th place on the Canadian Order of Merit.
Myles has a three stroke leading heading into todays final round with a -13 par 54 hole total of 197.
The final round of the Eastern Amateur will take place today, Sunday, July 16. For results please CLICK HERE
Notable past champions of the Eastern Amateur include: Lanny Wadkins, Ben Crenshaw and Curtis Strange.
BRAD CURREN IN THE HUNT AT THE
SOUTHERN ONTARIO OPEN
Hammonds Plains native Brad Curren finished T4 at the 2017 Southern Ontario Open and earned a $1725 pay cheque. Curren was in the lead group during yesterdays (July 15, 2017) final round and carded final round 70 to the tournament with thirteen under par total of 272.
For complete results from the Southern Ontario Open CLICK HERE
The Southern Ontario Open is a stop on the Great Lakes Tour and the winner received an exemption into Mackenzie Investments Open presented by Jaguar Laval July 17-23.
The Southern Ontario Open is a stop on the Great Lakes Tour and the winner will receive an exemption into Mackenzie Investments Open presented by Jaguar Laval July 17-23.
About the Great Lakes Tour:
Founded in 2001 the Great Lakes Tour was made to serve as a vital training ground for some of Canada’s best touring professionals. It has also provided countless competitive outlets for various players, both professional and amateur. More than 4,000 players from around the globe have competed for more than $4-million in prize money. Notable Alumni of the Great Lakes Tour Include PGA Tour Player David Hearn, Champions Tour Winner Rod Spittle and Web.com/PGA Tour Player Brad Fritsch to name a few.