Johnson jumps into top 20 at Canadian Men’s Amateur Championship

Kade Johnson has moved into a tie for 20th at the Canadian Men's Amateur Championship. Photo-Golf Canada

Yorkton’s Kade Johnson continues to move up the leaderboard at the Canadian Men’s Amateur Championship.

Johnson, 19, was essentially perfect during round three of the event until he bogeyed hole 16 before carding a birdie on 17. The Deer Park member stroked five birdies on the day and just the lone one-over hole on route to a tidy 67, 4-under par. Johnson is now in a tie for 20th at the event in Duncan, B. C. He will tee off for the fourth and final round at 9:14 a.m. Saskatchewan time on Thursday.

Saskatoon’s Shaun Dunphy also made the cut on Tuesday, he fired a plus-5, 76 on Wednesday. Dunphy currently sits in a tie for 68th place. He begins his final round at 10:31 a.m. Saskatchewan time.

Defending champion Zach Bauchou continues to lead at minus-13.

The leaderboard is available online here.