Burns scorches field, Rumancik finishes in top-20 of Head Pro Championship

Gordon Burns in the 2019 PGA Head Pro champion. Photo-PGA of Canada

Swift Current’s Brennan Rumancik is coming home with a top-20 performace at the PGA Head Professional Championship this week at Wigwam Resort.

The Elmwood Golf Course pro went even par (72, 74, 70) over 54 holes at the event to finish in a tie for 19th.

Regina’s Kevin Dietz tied for 56th at 13-over par. The Tor Hill Golf Course professional shot rounds of 78, 76, and 75 this week. Jeff Chambers, also from Swift Current finished in a tie for 60th place at plus-14 (75, 78, 77).

John Greenough, the professional at Deer Valley Golf & Estates finished at 19-over (78, 77, 80) good enough for a placing of 67th.

Former Regina resident Lindsay Bernakevitch tied for 11th at five-under.

Ontario’s Gordon Burns led wire to wire and ran away from the field winning the individual championship by seven strokes at 21-under par. Burns’ win nets himself $9,000.

Shadow Ridge Golf Club pro Mark Kitts was the Low Club professional winner at minus-eight.

The complete results can be found here.