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Nova Scotia Golf Association – The Chandler siblings are looking to continue their successes as they compete at the 2016 COBRA PUMA Junior Boys and Girls and Bantam Championship next week on July 18-21. This year’s host club for the Provincial Championship, the Chester Golf Club is also their home course.  The three siblings grew up within walking distance of the Chester Golf Club and have spent much of their youth working and playing at the course. The kids are so committed to the game their parents had a bunker built in their yard so that could work on their short game. The past few winters the kids have had to shovel out the bunker early in the spring to a get a jump on the golf season. 


Matthew and Allison winning the 2015 NSGA Junior

In 2015 older siblings Allison (18) and Matthew (17) became the only siblings to win Provincial Junior titles in the same year. Repeating history would be extra special on their home course. Both Allison and Matthew are members of the (U19) NSGA Provincial Teams. Mark (14) is a member of the U15 Boys Development Team. The trio are always in the running to capture their respected divisions next week at the COBRA PUMA Junior & Bantam Championship.   

Mark, the youngest Chandler in the field, is looking to capture his first provincial championship as he competes in the bantam division (U15). 

Mark Chandler

So far in 2016, Mark won the Bantam Division at the CJGA Junior at Cabot Links & Cliffs on which took place June 5th. Mark had an impressive 71 in the cold and windy final

round and finished with a two-day total of 149. Other notable results in 2016 include second place finish at the Maple Leaf Junior Tour Chester Championship and tied 5th at the CJGA Northumberland (Bantam). Mark is currently ranked 9th overall in the Nova Scotia Junior Player of the Year.  

Allison recently finished second at the Nova Scotia Women’s Amateur. 

Allison is currently in 2nd in the Junior Girls Player of the Year Race, playing in only two POY events. Allison is the defending COBRA PUMA Junior Girls champion, and she is in her final year of junior. Allison finished second at both the CJGA Northumberland and MJT Ken-Wo. A win next week would be a perfect finish to her successful junior career. Allison is heading to Gardner- Webb in South Carolina in the fall to play Division 1 golf.  


Matthew’s season has been solid thus far. He won the MJT Player of the Year Series in the U19 Boys division at Ken-Wo. In 2016, Matt finished 6 strokes ahead of second place, Shaun Margeson to capture his Provincial Junior Championship. Matthew has a competed as some big events this season including the CN Future Links Quebec, the MCT Men’s Amateur and the CN Future Links Atlantic in PEI. Matthew is going into Grade 12 this fall with hopes of following a similar path of his sister, Allison after he graduates.  


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