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Golf Canada – Diamond shoots 70; Anjarwalla holds two-stroke lead


NEEPAWA, Man. – The 2016 CN Future Links Prairie Championship opened at Neepawa Golf & Country Club amidst gusting winds reaching 50km/h. Sam Diamond and Shirin Anjarwalla claimed the 18-hole leads to top the Junior Boys and Junior Girls Divisions, respectively.

Diamond began the day with a bogey-free front nine which included two birdies and ended with an eagle on the par-5 ninth hole. The Winnipeg product would go on to card a 2-under 70 to seize the early lead. Peyton Callens of Langton, Ont., sits one shot back of the leader. The 16-year-old collected a trio of birdies on the day.

Six players concluded the opening round tied for third at 1-over. Keith Ng of Richmond, B.C., Victoria’s Keaton Gudz (Victoria) and Yorkton, Sask., native Kade Johnson each collected three birdies for their shares of third. The trio are tied alongside Ryan McMillan (Winnipeg) and a pair of Calgarians in Owen Murray and Max Murchison, who led all competitors with five birdies on the day.

Shirin Anjarwalla carded a 6-over 78 to claim a two-stroke lead in the Junior Girls Division. The Nanaimo, B.C., native opened with a steady 1-over 37 on the front nine. Tied for second at 8-over are Camryn Roadley of Winnipeg and Julie (Younsoo) Ju of West Vancouver, B.C.

Surrey, B.C., native Kate (Dahye) Choi currently sits fourth at 9-over 81, while Winnipeg’s Rebecca Kuik completes the Top-5 at 11-over.

The top six players in the Junior Boys Division will earn entry into the 2016 Canadian Junior Boys Championship at Clovelly Golf Club in St. John’s, N.L., from August 1-4. Exemptions will be decided via a hole-by-hole playoff in the case of ties. All competitors within the Top-6, including ties, in the Junior Girls Division will gain exemptions into the Canadian Junior Girls Championship. The tournament will be conducted from August 2-5 at The Links at Penn Hills in Shubenacadie, N.S.

The second day of competition will see the Junior Girls Division tee-off at 7:30 a.m. before the Junior Boys take to the course at 8:20 a.m. Additional information, including pairings and up-to-date scoring can be found here.


  • 1. Sam Diamond, Winnipeg, MB, *32-38-70 -2
  • 2. Peyton Callens, Langton, ON, *36-35-71 -1
  • 3. Keith Ng, Richmond, BC, *37-36-73 +1
  • 3. Kade Johnson, Yorkton, SK, *37-36-73 +1
  • 3. Ryan McMillan, Winnipeg, MB, *37-36-73 +1
  • 3. Owen Murray, Calgary, AB, *36-37-73 +1
  • 3. Max Murchison, Calgary, AB, *36-37-73 +1
  • 3. Keaton Gudz, Victoria, BC, *37-36-73 +1
  • 9. Zachary Farkas, Calgary, AB, *37-37-74 +2
  • 9. Callum Davison, Duncan, B.C., *38-36-74 +2
  • 11. Wesley Hoydalo, Selkirk, MB, *35-40-75 +3
  • 11. Benjamin Farrington, Fort McMurray, AB, *39-36-75 +3
  • 11. Khan Lee, Surrey, BC, *36-39-75 +3
  • 11. Ethan de Graaf, Edmonton, AB, *38-37-75 +3
  • 15. Marco Trstenjak, Winnipeg, MB, *37-39-76 +4
  • 15. Keenan Flemming, Sechelt, BC, *39-37-76 +4
  • 17. Sylvain Ruest, Winnipeg, MB, *38-39-77 +5
  • 17. Lachlan O’Hara, Mississauga, ON, *39-38-77 +5
  • 17. Jacob Hayes, Delta, BC, *36-41-77 +5
  • 17. Willis Lee, Langley, BC, *37-40-77 +5
  • 21. Roman Timmerman, Saskatoon, SK, *44-35-79 +7
  • 21. Jared Dandy, Vankleek Hlll, ON, *42-37-79 +7
  • 23. Sean Garvey, Oakville, ON, *41-39-80 +8
  • 23. Victor Choi, Courtenay, BC, *41-39-80 +8
  • 25. Nic Fanning, Winnipeg, MB, *44-37-81 +9
  • 26. Jakob Chicoyne, Calgary, AB, *38-44-82 +10
  • 27. Connor Dunlop, Strathmore, AB, *41-42-83 +11
  • 27. Cam Kellett, London, ON, *41-42-83 +11
  • 29. Izac Silagy, Winnipeg, MB, *45-39-84 +12
  • 30. Marc Sweeney, Saskatoon, SK, *46-39-85 +13
  • 30. Tayden Wallin, Humboldt, SK, *37-48-85 +13
  • 30. Ronnie Postnikoff, Medicine Hat, AB, *45-40-85 +13
  • 30. Zander Park, Calgary, AB, *41-44-85 +13
  • 34. Stephen Oleskiw, Yorkton, SK, *42-44-86 +14
  • 34. Carson Harcourt, Kipling, SK, *42-44-86 +14
  • 36. William Comeau, Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, QC, *47-41-88 +16
  • 36. Brady Bandura, Selkirk, MB, *41-47-88 +16
  • 36. Justin James, Arcola, SK, *45-43-88 +16
  • 39. Tiger Li, Vancouver, BC, *47-43-90 +18
  • 40. Elias Theodossopoulos, Calgary, AB, *43-49-92 +20
  • 41. Brent Ingram, West St Paul, MB, *53-43-96 +24
  • 42. Tylo Broszeit, Winnipeg, MB, *49-56-105 +33
  • 43. Matteo Unger, Brandon, MB, *50-58-108 +36


  • DQ. Carson DeThomasis, London, ON, *35-38-73 +1


  • 1. Shirin Anjarwalla, Nanaimo, BC, *37-41-78 +6
  • 2. Camryn Roadley, Winnipeg, MB, *39-41-80 +8
  • 2. Julie(Younsoo) Ju, West Vancouver, BC, *39-41-80 +8
  • 4. Kate(Dahye) Choi, Surrey, BC, *38-43-81 +9
  • 5. Rebecca Kuik, Winnipeg, MB, *38-45-83 +11
  • 6. Samantha Copeland, Calgary, AB, *41-44-85 +13
  • 6. Emily Xu, Burnaby, BC, *42-43-85 +13
  • 8. Ji Na Choi, Port Moody, BC, *45-41-86 +14
  • 9. Rebecca (Lu Yang) Jiang, Langley, BC, *42-45-87 +15
  • 10. Bobbi Uhl, Erickson, MB, *43-45-88 +16
  • 11. Tianna Slate, Brandon, MB, *45-49-94 +22
  • 11. Kayla Sawchuk, Prince Albert, SK, *46-48-94 +22
  • 13. Hayley Shanks, Brandon, MB, *53-58-111 +39

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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

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