Six players pass PGA playability test

(Submitted photos/Sloane Harder)

Six golfers took to the links on Monday at the Willows Club in Saskatoon for the PGA of Saskatchewan’s playability test and the right to continue their path to joining the professional organization.

Leading the way was British Columbia product Steven Lee who scorched the course to a tune of 65 to easily break the 80-point passing barrier.

Saskatoon players Carson Olson and Brandon Ho shot 77 to finish three shots under the threshold.

Prince Albert’s Colton Dow carded a 78, Lloydminster resident Paul Mennie and B.C. player Haiyong Ziao both shot 80 to secure their pass as well.

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