Carlyle’s Carter Morrison is returning from the inaugural Canadian All Abilities Championship in Toronto with a top-10 finish and possibly the experience of a lifetime.
Morrison shot rounds of 80 and 86 to for a 36-hole, two-day total of 166. He tied for 10th at plus-26 at Humber Valley Golf Club in Toronto.
The national golf championship featured players from across Canada with neurological, intellectual, sensory, and physical impairments.
Originally scheduled to launch in 2020, but delayed due to restrictions from the pandemic, the Canadian All Abilities Championship supports Golf Canada’s commitment to create a more inclusive and respectful sport environment across the Canadian golf community.
*Golf Saskatchewan will hear from Morrison after he returns to Carlyle.