Bath, Ont. (August 20, 2014) – Professional golfers were teamed up with a group of amateurs yesterday for The Great Waterway Classic’s Pro-Am. Professionals were playing a separate “stroke play” competition for a $2500 Purse, in addition to a team net score competition.
With the privilege of playing alongside a PGA TOUR Canada professional, team scores ended up being incredibly low with winning scores being reminiscent of a video game. The tournament was split up into a morning wave and an afternoon wave as the Pro-Am turned into an all-day event.
Morning Wave Results:
|1st (47)||Wes Homan||John Pallister, Kristian Laughlin, Rob MacDonald, Mike McCullough|
|T-2nd (48)||Sean Shahi||Scott Fraser, Paul Pennell, Tim Aldridge, Craig Duff|
|T-2nd (48)||Jay Myers||Grant Barber, Ernie Tolguesi, Nic Delvoo, Chris Richards|
|4th (51)||Ben Silverman||Pat O’Shaughnessy, Gary Grant, Bill Vanderwoodes, Mike Salman|
|5th (52)||Brad Clapp||Jeff Johnson, Kevin Kirk, Todd fox, Matt Lee|
|6th (53)||Matthew Smith||Jamie Troke, Eric Mofino, Thomas Long, Barry Kowacz|
|T-7th (54)||Sam Ryder||Steve Paul, Robert Paul, Dave Paul, Mike Stockfish|
|T-7th (54)||Beon Yeong Lee||Kevin Mauricio, Jonathan Rebelo, Duane Parliament|
|T-7th (54)||Daniel Miernicki||Mark Vanderhurst, Louis Tarvokoll, Glen O’Denoghue, Greg Enright|
|T-7th (54)||Ted Brown||Jean James, Mary Katherine, Neil Garrison, Wade Mitchell|
|T-7th (54)||Peter Campbell||Pam Oliver, Joanne Wright, Jodie Jenkins, Terry Stevenson|
|T-12th (55)||Tim Madigan||Kelly Hale, Chris Hannah, Brandon Shorts, Andrew Ellis|
|T-12th (55)||Stu Anderson||Greg Grey, Steven Hagerman, Wayne Davis, Bob Stacey|
|T-12th (55)||Greg Machtaler||Mark Mozurck, Bob Thompson, Tim Reynolds, Pete Leonard|
|T-12th (55)||Matt Hill||Jeff lundy, Jeff Moore, Mike Moran, Vickie Runden|
|T-12th (55)||Micah Burke||Ala Currick, Karolyn Shewfelt, Shirley Egerton|
|T-12th (55)||Devin Carrey||Jim Barber, Mike Purcell, Andre Boucher, Marc Boucher|
|T-18th (56)||Jon Mils||Dave Haggerman, John Moran, Nick Bohdanec, Michael Egger|
|T-18th (56)||Mat Harmon||Percy Sargent, Bob Harper, Wayne Gallinger|
|20th (59)||Clark Klassen||Peggy Rice, Elaine Stillwell, Deb Lowry, Allan MacGregor|
|21st (65)||Richard McDonald||Gord Jenkins, Jim McDonell, Kyle Lothian, Ryan Martin|
|T-1st (48)||Greg Eason||Ryan Remington, Ryan McConnell, Neil Kincode, Kent Fallis|
|T-1st (48)||Brock Mackenzie||Jeff Calderwood, Jim Thompson, Cedar Nesbitt, Pierre Pelard|
|3rd (49)||Ryan Williams||Mark Mclvor, Darryl Yorke, Ken Nelski, Keagen Sawyer|
|4th (49)||Olin Browne||Howard McGlynn, Mike Forbert, Ron Earl|
|T-5th (50)||Seann McMingten||Bob Nadon, Gillis Grenier, Larry Pringle,|
|T-5th (50)||Clayton Rask||Gord Schermerhom, Terry Bennett, Chris Douglas, Mark Day|
|T-5th (50)||Bryan Bergna||Jeff McCann, Rudy Guzark, Bryon Newell, Elaine Jackson|
|T-5th (50)||Lucas Kim||David Dargie, Larry Bolton, David Beatty, Brent Ellis|
|T-5th (50)||Ryan Brehm||Cal Prang, Robert Towner, John Pedersen, Rick Scrutton|
|T-5th (50)||Ryan Yip||Annie Weir, Blair Harris, Bill Swan, Dug Stevenson|
|11 (51)||Matt Marshall||Brandon Pickard, Jason Mullin, David Hay, Dave Morrison|
|T-12th (52)||Paul Connack||Leo Hanlon, Steve Rodriguez, Jim Reid, Paul Wills|
|T-12th (52)||Steve Carney||Dale Henderson, Ron Lacey, Terry Ashton, Larry Manuel|
|T-12th (52)||Jeff Dennis||Michael Smith, John Steele, Terry Gibson, Timothy Lloyd|
|T-15th (53)||Dan McCarthy||Martin Gold, Rob Carnegie, Laurie Walker, Jermy Barlett|
|T-15th (53)||Mitchell Buttacavou||Wil Walker, Bill Daniell, Devon Daniell, Rich Biffis|
|T-15th (53)||Robert Karlsson||Greg Smith, Aaron Dyck, Rob Castallarin, Scott Kehoe|
|T-18th (54)||Riley Wheeldon||Nate Doornekamp, Mike Airhart, Paul Langois, Gord Sinclair|
|T-18th (54)||Kelvin Day||Kurt Ammon, Angus Genge, Mike Keiritead, Joe Waller|
|T-18th (54)||Josh Persons||Bruce Robertson, Kevin Baker, Christian Hutchinson, Scott Richardson|
|T-21st (55)||Dan Buchner||Jeff Garrah, Norm Springer, John Gerretsen, James Lambert|
|T-21st (55)||Matt Galloway||Chuck Airhart, Vern Amey, Dennis Chadwick, Brian Bowen|
The Great Waterway Classic would like to thank all of the professionals, and of course the amateurs and sponsors who attended the Pro-Am to make it a success.
For more information on The Great Waterway Classic, visit www.thegreatwaterwayclassic.ca
About The Great Waterway
The Great Waterway was established in 2010 to promote and invest in tourism along Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River, from Prince Edward County in the West to the Quebec border in the East. The Great Waterway region includes unique towns, villages and cities of Quinte West, Belleville, Kingston, Gananoque, Brockville, and Cornwall.
About PGA TOUR Canada
PGA TOUR Canada is a series of tournaments played across Canada each summer, where tomorrow’s stars begin the path to the PGA TOUR. The leading five money winners at the end of each season earn status on the Web.com Tour for the following season. PGA TOUR Canada’s mission is to deliver a PGA TOUR experience for our members, fans, volunteers and our partners in order to develop the future stars of professional golf & enrich the communities we visit.
About the Canadian Junior Golf Association
The Canadian Junior Golf Association (CJGA) is a “registered Canadian amateur athletic association” (RCAAA) not-for-profit registered federally with Revenue Canada. The CJGA is dedicated to providing Canada’s junior golfers with the necessary skills and knowledge required to lay a foundation for a future in competitive golf.
Through its six-stage competitive development program that focuses on tournaments, clinics, international competitions, and mentoring programs with PGA Tour professionals, the CJGA introduces the game to juniors as young as five and offers competitive multi-day events for the more advanced golfer. The CJGA acts as a feeder system to provincial and national competitions, collegiate and university golf, as well as professional and recreational golf.
For more information on the CJGA, visit www.cjga.com.
For Additional Information:
Tournament Operations Coordinator
Canadian Junior Golf Association (CJGA)