The Acura Future Links event in Portage la Prairie this past weekend featured just one golfer coming in under par; Bradley Moser wasn’t far behind.
The Saskatoon Riverside Country Club member finished tied for second place with Jakob Chicoyne at plus-2, three strokes back of Selkirk’s Wesley Hoydalo at the Future Links, Driven by Acura Prairie Championship. Moser fired rounds of 71, 71, and 69 at the Portage Golf Club for a three-round total of 211. He posted 11 birdies in the 54-hole event to along with a dozen bogeys on route to a one-over par finish.
The performance secured Moser 2,625 points in the Future Links Order of Merit (OOM) rankings. He jumped from the 59th position to 36th in the national rankings.
Moser’s Riverside CC counterpart, Steven Duchscher finished in sixth place overall at plus-12. He earned 1,800 OOM points, he sits in 80th place overall. His weekend in Portage allowed him to move up 21 positions into the top 100.
Willows golfer Andrew Campbell finished a stroke back of Duchscher at 13-over par, Campbell earns 1,650 OOM points. Riverside’s Josh Nagy placed 12th securing himself 1,200 OOM points, Deer Valley’s Cole Obrigewitsch came in a tie for 14th position. That allowed him to collect 1,020 OOM points. Jace Carlisle of the TS&M Woodlawn in Estevan placed in 22nd position (600 OOM points); Cole Nagy of the Saskatoon Riverside tied for 23rd position (510 OOM points); and Jacob Kydd of Regina placed 26th overall picking up 320 OOM points.
The national OOM standings can be seen here. The golfers also received Golf Saskatchewan OOM points for participating, those updated standings can be found here.