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.