Sask. seniors finished at Canadian championships

L to R; Robin Acton, Jo-Anne Schiller, and Judy Sefton are representing Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan’s three representatives at the Canadian Women’s Mid-Senior Championship won’t play the final day of the tournament due to missing the event’s cut.

Saskatchewan senior champion Jo-Anne Schiller was the low shooter carding a 189 (93, 96) over two rounds at the Lookout Point Country Club in Thornhill, Ont. Fellow Lloydminster Golf and Curling Curling Club member Robin Acton shot 190 (102, 88). Melfort’s Judy Sefton finished with a two-round total of 191 (99, 92).

The cut line was set at +35, the final 72 golfers will conclude the championship Thursday afternoon.

A highlight for the Saskatchewan team was meeting Marlene Stewart Streit, the most accomplished amateur golfer in Canadian history. Streit was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2004.