After carding a four under par 32 on the front nine, the Shilo Country Club member continued his hot hand making consecutive birdies on the 10th, 11th and 12th holes to finish the day at seven under par 65.
Jacob Armstrong of the St. Boniface Golf Club is two strokes back of Jones with a 65. He had a nice finish with birdies on the 14th, 16th and 18th holes.
For Thursday’s 1st round leaderboard, click here.
For Friday’s 2nd round tee times, click here.
Following Friday’s round, the field will be cut to the low 60 players and ties, as well as any players within 10 strokes of first place. Those players will advance to Saturday and Sunday.
Due to the changes to the public health orders issued by the Province of Manitoba Wednesday, July 14, Golf Manitoba is pleased to announce spectators will be allowed at Golf Manitoba Championship events, starting with the 3rd round of the Nott Autocorp Men’s Amateur, Saturday, July 17 at the Neepawa Golf & Country Club.
As stated by the Province of Manitoba, up to 150 people are permitted outdoors in a public space.
A reminder, all persons in attendance at Golf Manitoba events must remain six feet / two meters apart at all times unless you are from the same household or fully immunized.
“We appreciate your cooperation in advance. Our priority is ensuring all participants, volunteers and staff feel comfortable in all situations as we continue the 2021 Golf Manitoba season” said Golf Manitoba Executive Director Jared Ladobruk.
NOTE: Spectators will NOT be allowed access to power carts during Rounds 3 & 4 of the Nott Autocorp Men’s Amateur at the Neepawa Golf & Country Club.
For more information, contact:
Director of Communications
Phone: (204) 899-1092