Canadian Amateur concludes in Edmonton

Autumn Neiszner finished in a tie for 27th at the national women's amateur. Submitted photo-Troy Neiszner

The Saskatchewan ladies that competed in Edmonton at the Canadian Women’s Amateur Championship represented the province fantastically this week.

Three of the four players made the cut at the event at the Petroleum Golf and Country Club this week including Autumn Neiszner, Ella Kozak, and Brooklin Fry.

Neiszner was the top local finishing in a great spot at 27th. The Wascana Country Club member shot rounds of 74, 76, 80, and 76 to finish at 18-over par, 306. She was just 20 shots back of winner Lauren Zaretsky of Thornhill, Ont.

Kozak ended the event tied for 44th place. The Yorkton golfer was extremely consistent throughout the week shooting back-to-back 78’s followed by 77 and 79 for a four-day total of 312.

Fry concluded the championship at 28-over par and a tie for 58th. The Shell Lake resident also stayed steady through all four rounds. She started the tournament with an 82 but rebounded with three straight rounds of 78 to finish with 316.

Due to COVID there was no team inter-provincial competition this year.

You can see all the results here.

*Golf Saskatchewan will hear from the trio after the long weekend.