Canadian Women’s Amateur features four Saskatchewan representatives

Left to right; Ella Kozak, Brooklin Fry, Alex Schmidt, and Autumn Neiszner get set for their practice round ahead of the Canadian Amateur Women's Championship. Submitted photo-Troy Neiszner

The Canadian Women’s Amateur Championship begins Tuesday at the Edmonton Petroleum Golf and Country Club.

Four players from Saskatchewan will compete at the championship based on their play at the Saskatchewan championship held earlier this month at Swift Current.

Regina’s Alex Schmidt tees off at 7:30 a.m. on Tuesday. Autumn Neiszner, also of Regina remained in the Alberta capital area after competing in the national junior girls’ championship last week in Leduc. The Wascana Country Club member tees off at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday. Ella Kozak of Yorkton begins her first round at 8:40 a.m., Kozak also competed last week in Leduc at juniors. Brooklin Fry, the lowest shooter of the group at the junior event last week will be the last local to tee off Tuesday, the Shell Lake product starts at 12:30 p.m.

There are 110 players in the field vying to be the Canadian champion. The list of players and tee times can be seen here.

The championship is 72 holes over four rounds with a cut line after the second round on Wednesday.