Delwyn Doerksen of Altona is the top Manitoban after 36 holes of play at the Canadian Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship in Fort McMurray, Alberta.
Doerksen, a Golf Manitoba Public Players Club member, shot a one over par 73 and is currently tied for 10th on the leaderboard with a two day total 150
Charles Fitzsimmons of Ontario is atop of the leaderboard shooting even par 72 and leads with a two day total 142.
Elmhurst Golf & Country Club’s Ben Bandura shot a 74 in his second round and is only two strokes off the lead in the Mid-Masters Division. Glen Robinson of Nova Scotia is at 150 (76-74) after 36 holes to lead the way.
The following players made the cut who are also representing Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario:
Ben Bandura (Elmhurst Golf & Country Club) 74-152
Jay Doyle (Niakwa Country Club) 77-153
Jack Werhun (Elmhurst Golf & Country Club) 77-156
Kenny Keeler (Portage Golf Club) 80-157
Jordy Lutz (Elmhurst Golf & Country Club) 77-158
Tyler Hall (Pine Ridge Golf Club) 78-163
Drew Jones (Shilo Country Club) 78-164
Jesse Skelton (Breezy Bend Country Club) 81-165
Missing the cut were:
Clayton Salkeld (Bridges Golf Course) 88-84
Ashley Nate (Whitewater Golf Club) 87-88
Terry James (Niakwa Country Club) 87-97
For the entire leaderboard, click here.