Cooler challenging conditions welcomes round 1 of Ontario Men’s Mid-Am from Taboo




Gravenhurst, ON – Cold fall golf conditions ushered in round one of the 2021 Ontario Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship, at the scenic Taboo Muskoka. Known for its panoramic beauty, the Taboo golf course is a captivating gateway to Muskoka, one of Canada’s truly outstanding golf destinations. While cooler blue skies hung overhead all day, the competitors took to the challenging and beautiful course in hopes of an early hot start.


Holding the leader position after round one with an impressive score of four-under par (67) is Brett Mitchell (Galt Country Club), who shot four birdies on a clean scorecard to finish off the low score of the day. Sitting alone in second with a three-under (68) for the day, including five birdies and two bogeys, is Jonn Drewery (Westmount G&CC). One stroke back of Drewery is both 2019 Champion  Charles Fitzsimmons (St. Thomas G&CC) and Ryan Kings (Deer Ridge GC) with solid two-under rounds (69).


After round two, Golf Ontario will be making cuts to the low 48 scorers (and anyone tying for 48th place) to continue play into the third and final round. The second round of the Ontario Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship will begin at 8:00 a.m. tomorrow (Wednesday morning). For more information on the championship and to follow the leaderboard, click here to view our Golf Genius tournament page.


About the Ontario Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship

Since 1993, the Ontario Men’s Mid-Amateur championship has proven to be one of Ontario’s most sought after and important Championship titles. The 54-hole competition caters to Ontario’s best golfers age 25 and older that have gained entry into the event through qualifying tournaments or an exemption.


Despite its young history, the championship has developed a notable list of past champions including Garrett Rank (2015, 2018) and Golf Hall of Fame members Stu Hamilton (1993, 1998), Kelly Roberts (1997), and Dave Bunker (2007, 2011, 2014).


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