Leaders emerging after three weeks of junior golf tour 0
The Pembina Valley junior golf tour hit the Winkler golf club for its second week of the six week event before hitting Miami July 19 and Carman July 26.
By Lorne Stelmach
The Pembina Valley Junior Golf Tour sponsored by Access Credit Union hit the midway point Thursday.
The third round of the six round regional tour hit the course at the Miami Golf Club July 19.
In the 1993 to 1995 age category, a group of four golfers continue their tight competition.
In the third round, Jesse Enns won with an 81 after having also won the first round with a 75. Bobby McNair came second for a second straight week with an 83 after shooting an 87 in the second round. And Josh McCharles was third with an 84. He had won the second round with an 83 after finishing fourth in the first round with an 84.
In the 1996 to 1998 age category, Bart Kaminski made it three wins in a row with an eight stroke win in a round of 79. He won the second round with a 76 after taking the first with also with a 76.
Martin Friesen followed his sixth place finish in the second round with a third round of 87. Chad Orchard picked up his third straight top five placing with a third round 88. He was fifth in round two with an 88 and fourth in round one with an 85.
Rounding out the top five for the third round were Jayden Cox with a 90 and Ben Woelk with a 92.
In the 1999 to 2000 age category, Spencer Norrie took a six stroke victory with his 84 giving him his third straight top three finish. Norrie shot a second round 82 for third after having taken second in round one with an 87.
Noah Robidoux also remained in the thick of it with a second place 90 in the third round. Robidoux had followed up a first round third place score of 88 with a second round winning score of 80.
Matt Fehr came in third with a 95 after a second round of 92, which had been good for fifth.
Rounding out the top five in the third round were Marcus Neufeld and Dylan Dacquay with scores of 98. Neufeld had been sixth in the second round with a 94, while Dacquay had been 12th in the second round.
And in the 2001 to 2003 age category, Isaiah Letkeman halted Maddux Mateychuk's winning streak at two rounds. Letkeman took the third round with a nine hole score of 58. He had been second to Mateychuk in the first round with a 60.
Mateychuk only slipped to second in the third round with a 58 after having taken the first two rounds with scores of 57 each time.
Rachonne Henry took third with a 66 followed by Eaton Worley at 68 and Jason Suderman at 71. Worley had been fourth in round one and tied for third in round two, while Suderman had his third straight fifth place finish.
Each week, there is one event at one of the six participating courses in communities served by Access Credit Union.
Each event has prizes for that day, and points will also accumulate over the tournament schedule to crown overall champions in each age division.
The tour continues this week at the Carman Golf Club, August 2 at Riverview Golf Course in Morris and then concludes August 8 at Minnewasta in Morden.