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Golf Canada – Anjarwalla maintains lead; Callens shoots 3-under to climb leaderboard

NEEPAWA, Man. – Clear skies replaced blustering winds at Neepawa Golf & Country Club for the second round of the CN Future Links Prairie Championship. Shirin Anjarwalla remains atop the Junior Girls leaderboard for a second straight day, while Peyton Callens seized control of the Junior Boys division.

Anjarwalla continued her strong play into day two, recording a 2-over 74 to hold onto her first round lead. The 16-year-old from Nanaimo, B.C., was steady through the front nine and collected one birdie on the day to remain one stroke ahead of the field. Winnipeg’s Camryn Roadley holds second-place following a three-birdie performance, followed by Julie (Younsoo) Ju of West Vancouver, B.C., who carded a 79.

Kate (Dahye) Choi of Surrey, B.C., remains in fourth at 18-over, while Erickson, Man., native Bobbi Uhl moved into the Top-5 with a birdie on 18.

Peyton Callens recorded the day’s low round – a 3-under 69 – to build a four-stroke lead in the Junior Boys Division heading into the final round. The Langton, Ont., product was bogey-free through his final 15 holes, while notching back-to-back birdies on holes 6 and 7, and again on holes 10 and 11.

Victoria’s Keaton Gudz came out strong with back-to-back birdies on his first two holes and sits second at even-par. Benjamin Farrington of Fort McMurray, Alta., carded a 70 to hold third at 1-over.

A trio of players is T4, led by Winnipeg’s Marco Trstenjak, who recorded six birdies through his final nine holes to reach 3-over in the competition. He is joined by British Columbians Khan Lee of Surrey and CN Future Links Quebec champion Callum Davison from Duncan.

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 final day of competition will see the Junior Girls tee-off from the first hole and the Junior Boys tee-off on the 10th hole at 7:30 a.m. The second round of Junior Boys will begin play at 8:20 a.m. Additional information, including pairings and up-to-date scoring is available here.

2016 CN FUTURE LINKS PRAIRIE CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS – JUNIOR GIRLS DIVISION

  • 1. Shirin Anjarwalla, Nanaimo, BC, *78-74-152 +8
  • 2. Camryn Roadley, Winnipeg, MB, *80-73-153 +9
  • 3. Julie(Younsoo) Ju, West Vancouver, BC, *80-79-159 +15
  • 4. Kate(Dahye) Choi, Surrey, BC, *81-81-162 +18
  • 5. Bobbi Uhl, Erickson, MB, *88-80-168 +24
  • 6. Rebecca Kuik, Winnipeg, MB, *83-86-169 +25
  • 7. Samantha Copeland, Calgary, AB, *85-85-170 +26
  • 8. Ji Na Choi, Port Moody, BC, *86-85-171 +27
  • 9. Kayla Sawchuk, Prince Albert, SK, *94-79-173 +29
  • 9. Emily Xu, Burnaby, BC, *85-88-173 +29
  • 11. Rebecca (Lu Yang) Jiang, Langley, BC, *87-89-176 +32
  • 12. Tianna Slate, Brandon, MB, *94-92-186 +42
  • 13. Hayley Shanks, Brandon, MB, *111-98-209 +65

2016 CN FUTURE LINKS PRAIRIE CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS – JUNIOR BOYS DIVISION

  • 1. Peyton Callens, Langton, ON, *71-69-140 -4
  • 2. Keaton Gudz, Victoria, BC, *73-71-144 E
  • 3. Benjamin Farrington, Fort McMurray, AB, *75-70-145 +1
  • 4. Marco Trstenjak, Winnipeg, MB, *76-71-147 +3
  • 4. Khan Lee, Surrey, BC, *75-72-147 +3
  • 4. Callum Davison, Duncan, B.C., *74-73-147 +3
  • 7. Kade Johnson, Yorkton, SK, *73-75-148 +4
  • 8. Sam Diamond, Winnipeg, MB, *70-79-149 +5
  • 9. Keenan Flemming, Sechelt, BC, *76-74-150 +6
  • 9. Ryan McMillan, Winnipeg, MB, *73-77-150 +6
  • 11. Ethan de Graaf, Edmonton, AB, *75-76-151 +7
  • 11. Max Murchison, Calgary, AB, *73-78-151 +7
  • 13. Owen Murray, Calgary, AB, *73-79-152 +8
  • 14. Jared Dandy, Vankleek Hlll, ON, *79-74-153 +9
  • 14. Wesley Hoydalo, Selkirk, MB, *75-78-153 +9
  • 14. Lachlan O’Hara, Mississauga, ON, *77-76-153 +9
  • 14. Jacob Hayes, Delta, BC, *77-76-153 +9
  • 18. Zachary Farkas, Calgary, AB, *74-80-154 +10
  • 19. Keith Ng, Richmond, BC, *73-82-155 +11
  • 20. Willis Lee, Langley, BC, *77-80-157 +13
  • 20. Tayden Wallin, Humboldt, SK, *85-72-157 +13
  • 22. Roman Timmerman, Saskatoon, SK, *79-79-158 +14
  • 23. Victor Choi, Courtenay, BC, *80-79-159 +15
  • 24. Sylvain Ruest, Winnipeg, MB, *77-84-161 +17
  • 24. Sean Garvey, Oakville, ON, *80-81-161 +17
  • 24. Izac Silagy, Winnipeg, MB, *84-77-161 +17
  • 27. Cam Kellett, London, ON, *83-80-163 +19
  • 28. Carson Harcourt, Kipling, SK, *86-78-164 +20
  • 29. Jakob Chicoyne, Calgary, AB, *82-83-165 +21
  • 29. Stephen Oleskiw, Yorkton, SK, *86-79-165 +21
  • 31. Marc Sweeney, Saskatoon, SK, *85-81-166 +22
  • 32. Nic Fanning, Winnipeg, MB, *81-86-167 +23
  • 33. Zander Park, Calgary, AB, *85-83-168 +24
  • 34. Connor Dunlop, Strathmore, AB, *83-86-169 +25
  • 34. William Comeau, Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, QC, *88-81-169 +25
  • 34. Ronnie Postnikoff, Medicine Hat, AB, *85-84-169 +25
  • 37. Justin James, Arcola, SK, *88-86-174 +30
  • 38. Brady Bandura, Selkirk, MB, *88-89-177 +33
  • 39. Brent Ingram, West St Paul, MB, *96-82-178 +34
  • 40. Elias Theodossopoulos, Calgary, AB, *92-87-179 +35
  • 41. Tiger Li, Vancouver, BC, *90-90-180 +36
  • 42. Tylo Broszeit, Winnipeg, MB, *105-108-213 +69
  • 43. Matteo Unger, Brandon, MB, *108-106-214 +70

DID NOT FINISH

  • DQ. Carson DeThomasis, London, ON, *73-0-73 +1

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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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Herb Fung
Coordinator, Media and Public Relations
Golf Canada
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Taylor Craig
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Golf Canada
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