Junior boys get started at Canadian Championships

Connor Scissons tees off during round one of the Canadian JR. Boys Championship. Photo-Jeff Chambers Golf

Team Saskatchewan’s six representatives took on the Medicine Hat Golf and Country Club Monday for round one of the Canadian Junior Boys Championship.

Battleford’s Colby Friedrich and Connor Scissons of Saskatoon lead the group shooting plus-6, 77. That leaves the pair in a tie for 97th overall. Bradley Moser and Josh Nagy, both of Saskatoon shot 79 and sit in a tie for 116th place at plus-8. Steven Duchscher, another Saskatoon golfer carded an 80, he sits in a tie for 130th. Deer Valley’s Cole Obrigewitsch shot an 82, plus-11, that leaves him in a tie for 139th.

Friedrich tees off first among the group, he begins his round at 7:33 a.m., Scissons starts the second round at 7:41 a.m. Duchscher hits the course at 1:36 p.m., Obrigewitsch tees off at 2:09 p.m… Moser is due on the blocks at 2:20 p.m., Nagy is 11 minutes later at 2:31 p.m.

Saskatchewan is ranked 10th in the inter-provincial portion of the championship.

Online scoring for the tournament is available here.