Three Sask. golfers make the cut at nationals

Three of the five Saskatchewan golfers competing at the Canadian Junior Girls Championship made the cut Wednesday in Leduc, Alta.

Autumn Neiszner, Brooklin Fry, and Sarah Grieve will compete for 36 more holes at the Leduc Golf Club courtesy of their play over the first two days.

Neiszner and Fry are tied for 40th after 36 holes of the four-day event. On Tuesday Neiszner shot 79, Fry carded an 80, the duo flip flopped their scores during round two leaving them both at 15-over par.

Grieve was the lowest Saskatchewan player during the opening round with a 77, the Saskatoon Golf and Country Club member posted an 83 Tuesday, at 16-over par she sits in a tie for 47th.

The cut line was 20-over par, Yorkton’s Ella Kozak just missed out on playing the final two days, she was 22-over par.

Symone Ripley posted rounds of 86 and 91 to conclude the event with a score of 33-over, 177.

The complete results can be found here.

Thursday’s tee times are not available as of publishing time.