Team Sask. sets sights on day two at Canadian Amateur

Marine Drive Golf Club is the host site of the Canadian Women's Amateur Championship.

Marine Drive Golf Club got the best of Team Saskatchewan during round one of the Canadian Amateur Women’s Championship in Vancouver, British Columbia on Tuesday.

Saskatoon’s Carla Odnokon, the Saskatchewan champion was the top performer of the day, she shot a seven-over, 78 during day one of the tournament, she sits in a tie for 98th place. Regina’s Brooke Hill carded a 13-over, 85, that leaves her in a tie for 132nd. Chloe Sies of Melville shot 88, she’s 17-over par in a tie for 145th position and likely the event’s youngest competitor, 12-year-old Ella Kozak of Yorkton shot 97, she is 26-over par. Kozak is currently in 156th place.

The team is ranked fifth in the inter-provincial competition.

Day two of the four-day event will take place Wednesday, Kozak is the first Saskatchewan golfer to tee-off, she starts her round at 12:25 p.m. local time. Hill hits the course at 1:09 p.m., Sies tees off at 1:31 p.m., and Odnokon plays at 1:42 p.m.

Reigning champion Jennifer Kupcho leads the championship at seven-under. Her 64 is a Marine Drive record previously held by Annika Sorenstam.

The results can be found here. The projected cut line is plus-4.