Crozier wins first Regina Ladies Open; McNall takes Publinx amateur

Hallie Crozier has her first amateur championship after taking the Regina Ladies Open (RLO) on Tuesday at Tor Hill Golf Course.

After opening the 36-hole event on Monday with a 77 at the Murray Golf Course, Crozier carded a 72 at Tor Hill on the second day to win by 14 shots over Lorie Boyle and Kim Walker.

Fellow Regina players Autumn Neiszner and Crystal Piero tied for fourth place at 24-over par.

With the win Crozier collects her first points of the season on the Saskatchewan Women’s Order of Merit (OMT) earning 500 for the win. Walker, who won the senior category at the RLO remains on top of the standings.

Boyle took the super-senior title.

All the results can be seen here.

Golf Saskatchewan spoke with Crozier following the tournament victory.

Also in the Queen City this past week, the 2024 Publinx Championship was held at Tor Hill.

Regina golfer Ryan McNall was the winner of the two-day tournament. The Wascana Country Club member shot 73 and 68 to hold off the field of 24 and win by two strokes over Ty Zaba.

Dallas Lequyer of Carlyle was third, Derek Schneider and Wade Huber rounded out the top five of the amateur leaderboard.

In the senior Publinx Championship it was Mark Folk taking the overall championship with a 36-hole score of 148 (77,71).

Both Rob Schneider and Ron Swan pushed Folk at the top of the leaderboard, but each fell a shot behind and tied for second place.

Stu Innes and Jason Ottenbreit rounded out the top five at 150.

The complete Senior Publinx results can be seen here.