RESULTS / PHOTOS
Joe Miszk of Cherry Hill Club was the biggest story from round two of the Ontario Senior Men’s Amateur. Miszk jumped 11 places up the leaderboard to put himself in the top spot heading into the final round tomorrow.
Sarnia Golf and Curling Club were treated to some fantastic golf this sunny Tuesday. However, the day’s top showing came from Cherry Hills Joe Miszk. Miszk ended his front 9 with a stunning 5-under putting him at -3 on the week. Miszk is trailed by Rob Cowan (Westmount Golf and Country Club, E) and John Crowther (+1).
Former champion Ashley Chinner also made an effort to put himself in championship contention, moving up 21 spots on the leaderboard into a tie for 8th (+3). Chinner will look to keep the momentum going in an attempt earn back to back Ontario Senior Men’s Amateur titles.
Brent Rebus of Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club made sure the competition didn’t run away without him as he made an impressive -4 on the day to put him in a tie for 5th place with Darin Dirk (West Haven Golf and Country Club) at even par.
In the 65+ division, Michael Mealia overtook the leaderboard, shooting 1-under on the day and +4 on the week. Michael carries a 4-stroke lead going into tomorrow’s round, where he will try to close out the championship.
Lars Melander tops the leaderboard of the 70+ with a score of 74 to take him to +7 for the week. As a result, Lars, the only 70+ competitor to make the cut (+13), will be our 70+ division champion.
Follow all the action on our live leaderboard tomorrow, as players will give their last effort to the course as they all chase down the title.
About The Ontario Senior Men’s Championship
Conducted since 1936, the Ontario Senior Men’s Championship event features Ontario’s best male amateur golfers aged 55 and over, competing over 54 holes of stroke play competition.
Canadian and Ontario Golf Hall of Fame member Nick Weslock, one of Canada’s most outstanding amateurs of the century, won the event 11 times between 1968 and 1980. Other notable past champions include Stu Hamilton (2001, 2006), Mike Jackson (2010, 2011 and 2013) and Ontario Golf Hall of Fame member Warren Sye in 2012.
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