Addison Kartusch (Team Manitoba / St. Charles Country Club) has a one stroke lead over Regina’s Hallie Crozier entering Sunday’s final round of the NextGen Prairie Championship at the Evergreen Golf Club in Nipawin, Saskatchewan.
Kartusch shot a 79 Saturday for a two round total 153.
Cala Korman (Team Manitoba / Killarney) is only two strokes off the lead in third place following a 78 today.
Team Manitoba / Dauphin Lake Golf Club’s Jackson Delaurier is four strokes off the lead in the junior boys championship following a 74. His 36 hole total is 147.
For the complete junior boys and girls leaderboards, click here.
The top six players in the Junior Boys division will earn exemptions into the 2023 Canadian Junior Boys Championship, August 14-17, at North Bay Golf and Country Club Ltd. in North Bay, Ont. The top six players (including ties) in the Junior Girls division will earn exemptions into the 2023 Canadian Junior Girls Championship, July 24-27, at Hampton Golf Course in Hampton, N.B.
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About the NextGen Championships, fueled by JOURNIE Rewards
The NextGen Championships, fueled by JOURNIE Rewards is a high-performance junior golf series which totals eight competitions. From May to July, six championships will take place across Canada where the region’s best junior golfers will compete to earn exemptions into their respective 2023 national championships. Two additional Fall Series events will be hosted to close the season. NextGen Championships provide junior players an opportunity to develop and showcase their skills at the highest level of tournament golf. For more information on the NextGen Prairie Championship, click here.