No locals survive cut at Elk Ridge Saskatchewan Open

The PGA Tour Canada’s Elk Ridge Saskatchewan Open will continue this weekend without any local contingent.

Four players from Saskatchewan that earned exemption into the field of 156 failed to shoot their way to the two under par cutline.

Saskatoon’s Josh Nagy was the lowest shooter from the province finishing at 143, he opened with a 74 and shot a solid 69 on day two.

Chase Pochylko earned his first start in a professional event after punching his way in through at Monday’s qualifier. He also shot 69 on Friday, but an opening round of 75 was too much to overcome.

Ty Campbell of Saskatoon was in the field thanks to his conditional status, the Riverside player shot 75 and 70 Thursday and Friday.

Regina golfer Will Blake got his spot through his Scotia Wealth Open win. The Royal Regina Golf Club member shot 77 and 74 in his first professional event as well.

The complete results from the Elk Ridge Open can be seen here.