Greenough goes low; climbs to 10th place finish at PGA of Canada Championship

Brian McDonald is the winner of the 2018 PGA of Canada Head Pro Championship. Photo-Twitter/pgaofcanada

British Columbia’s Brian McDonald claimed the 2018 PGA of Canada Head Pro Championship Thursday in Arizona, but Deer Valley’s John Greenough used a great third round to finish with a stellar 10th place finish.

The Deer Valley Golf Club and Resort professional saved his best round for last stroking a 68 at Wigwam Golf Resort vaulting himself from 29th to climb inside the top-10. Greenough fired a three-round total of 215 over 54 holes. Greenough played better as the week progressed opening with a 3-over, 75 in round one and an even-par 72 on Wednesday.

Swift Current’s Elmwood Golf Club professional Jeff Chambers was as high as fifth at one point of the tournament finished in a tie for 25th at 4-over, 220 (73, 71,76). Royal Regina Golf Club pro Dean Brown landed in a tie for 37th at plus-7, 273 (73,73, 77) and Scott Knapp out of Regina’s Tor Hill Golf Course finished at plus-15, 231 (73,78,80). Knapp tied for 57th place.

Victoria Golf Club head pro Lindsay Bernakevitch, who won the Saskatchewan Men’s Amateur Championship four straight years (2000-2003) playing out of Regina shot even par over the three days landing in a tie for 11th.

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