Junior women continue strong efforts in Leduc

Thursday was an extended day of play at the Canadian Junior Girls Championship thanks to Mother Nature.

Thunderstorms rolled into the Leduc area in the early afternoon forcing a delay almost in the middle of Brooklin Fry’s, Autumn Neiszner’s, and Sarah Grieve’s third round at the national tournament at the Leduc Golf Club.

Play resumed at 4:30 p.m. allowing the round to be complete. Fry and Neiszner each posted solid rounds of 4-over, 76, bringing their identical three round scores to plus-19, 235, through 54 holes. They sit tied for 36th going into the final round Friday. They both moved four spots up on the leaderboard.

Grieve carded an 8-over, 80 during her prolonged third round, the Saskatoon Golf and Country Club member is tied for 52nd at plus-24, 240.

The full results can be found here.

All three players will tee off for the final round on hole 10. Fry is first on the course at 7:30 a.m., Neiszner is next at 7:40 a.m., and Grieve will play her last round on the national stage as a junior at 8:30 a.m.