The long awaited first round of the golf competition at the 2022 Canada Games will begin Wednesday at Legends on the Niagara in Ontario.
Regina’s Hallie Crozier will be the first Saskatchewan player on the Battlefield course starting her opening round at 7:30 a.m. local (SK) time. Ella Kozak of Yorkton begins her first round 10 minutes behind Crozier on hole 10.
Hunter Kutcher will start his Canada Games at 7:40 a.m. Darien Herlick will be a group behind his Royal Regina Golf Club counterpart at 7:50 a.m.
The championship is a four-day, 72-hole tournament with no cut. The boys competition will be played at just over 6,800 yards. The girls event will be contested with a yardage of just under 5,900.
There is a provincial competition combined with the individual championships. Teams will count the lowest score from each gender each round and post a combined score. The tournament is slated to end Saturday but a weather delay day is available on Sunday if necessary.
Practice rounds continue today. Coverage of the final two rounds will be streamed online, to watch the golf coverage click here.
For complete details for the event, visit the Games Golf Genius page.