2017 Tournaments

Whitetail Crossing

Date: 07/18/2017
Course: Whitetail Crossing GC
Location: Mundare
Pro: Laurent Leblanc - Gen Mgr
Phone: 780.764.3999
Email: laurent@whitetailcrossing.ca
Website: http://www.whitetailcrossing.ca

Last year, we went the entire 24-tournament regular season on the McLennan Ross Junior Golf Tour, Presented by Crowe MacKay, without needing a sudden-victory playoff to decide a champion.  THIS year, playoffs are becoming as common as long hair at Woodstock. ( Get your parents to explain that to you, kids!)  For the third time in the last four Tour events, we needed overtime to decide a winner, and today, TRIPLE overtime!  Sikander Kaleka of Stony Plain and Austin Noskiye from The Links at Spruce Grove had tied in the 18 holes of regulation play with excellent scores of 1-under 71 over the undulating fescue-lined fairways at Whitetail Crossing GC in Mundare. Brandon Fedoruk of St. Paul was in solo third on 74. 

In the playoff, both players went over the back of the playoff hole, the par-4 18th, and eventually tied with double bogeys. On their second trip down 18, both made routine pars.  On their third attempt, Noskiye made par, but it was far from routine, as both players found the waste bunker off the tee, and Noskiye ended up stuffing a wedge to about two feet for his par after being forced to chip sideways out of the waste area. When Kaleka couldn't match the par, today's title went to Noskiye.  Most of the 40 juniors on hand today had made their way out to greenside on #18 to watch the playoff, and they were treated to some great drama. 

Noskiye and Kaleka both punched their tickets to the Tour Championship at Wolf Creek Golf Resort by virtue of their play today and will be joined by Erik Bouck of Camrose (80) from the flight for boys born in 2001 and 2002, and the Derrick's William Creaser, born in 2003, who smoothed it around in 80 blows, which looked to me to be about a stroke per pound of body weight!  Wild Card qualifiers were the above mentioned Fedoruk and Kaleka. 

In the Junior Girls division, 11-year-old Jayla Kucy of Camrose played a steady, mature round belying her young age, as her 83 was 12 shots clear of St. Paul's Sophie Pasitney. Kucy joins her two older brothers as Tour Championship qualifiers.

No rest for the weary!  The Tour moves south of Edmonton tomorrow to Montgomery Glen GC in Wetaskiwi for a 9 a.m. shotgun start and winds up a busy week on Thursday in Camrose.  I'm sure many of the players on hand today will be in the field tomorrow as they look to wipe their slates clean from today and earn one of the coveted Tour Championship spots.

Q = Player qualified for Tour Championship at Wolf Creek Golf Resort on August 28th

PQ = Player had previously qualified for Tour Championship

WC = Wild Card qualifier for Tour Championship.

* = Won tournament on third hole of (not so) sudden victory playoff.

Players listed in the age groups are those in the Top Six and Ties, thereby earning Srixon Order of Merit ranking points.  This is not a full listing of every competitor.

Overall Top Ten:

 
  Name Home Club Score
1 Austin NOSKIYE Links at Spruce Grove 71 *
P2 Sikander KALEKA Stony Plain 71
3 Brandon FEDORUK St. Paul 74
4 Jarrett BOSSERT Belvedere 76
5 Justin SCHMIDT Northern Bear 77
6 Josh ROBERTSON River RIdge 78
T7 William CREASER Derrick 80
T7 Mitch DESJARLAIS Broadmoor 80
T7 Erik BOUCK Camrose 80
10 Nicholas MAH Glendale 81
       
       
Junior Boys Born 1998, 1999 AND 2000
  Name Home Club Score
1  Austin NOSKIYE Links at Spruce Grove 71 *Q
P2 Sikander KALEKA Stony Plain 71 WC
3 Brandon FEDORUK St. Paul 74 WC
4 Jarrett BOSSERT Belvedere 76
5 Justin SCHMIDT Northern Bear 77
6 Josh ROBERTSON River Ridge 78
       
       
Junior Boys Born 2001 AND 2002
  Name Home Club Score
1 Erik BOUCK Camrose 80 Q
2 Nicholas MAH Glendale 81
T3 Mason KUCY Camrose 82
T3 Jesse BORGFJORD Camrose 82
T5 Devin KUCY Camrose 87
T5 Nathan KASOWSKI Lewis Estates 87
       
Junior Boys Born 2003 and Later
  Name Home Club Score
1 William CREASER Derrick 80 Q
T2 Jonathan MENG Windermere 84
T2  Colby HALWA Black Bull 84
4 Owen LAI Goose Hummock 85
5 Braden O'GRADY Edmonton Petroleum Club 86
6 Colin PASITNEY St. Paul 91
       
       
Junior Girls
  Name Home Club Score
1 Jayla KUCY Camrose 83 Q
2 Sophie PASITNEY St. Paul 95
3 Emerson JARVIS Whitetail Crossing 96
4 Nolia JARVIS Whitetail Crossing 109
       
       
       
       

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