Tight Leaderboards Across 3 Flights at the Baka Ontario Public Amateur Championship Presented by Triple Bogey

Springfield, ON – Tarandowah Golfers Club proves a worthy host for Ontario’s top Public Players, as Brooks and Sinden (+1) sit tied for the lead in the A flight gross competition. Penney (-3) leads the B flight net competition, while Martin, Roberts, and Scanlon (-1) hold a 3-way tie for C Flight lead.


Open only to players of the Golf Ontario Public Player Program and members of a semi-public golf course, the Baka Ontario Public Amateur Championship presented by Triple Bogey, has players competing in three separate flights. Players in the A flight are competing in a gross competition, while the B and C flights are competing in a net competition. Players in the B flight will also be eligible for the overall A flight, as they play from the same tees.


On a perfect day for golf, the players took to the beautiful links-style masterpiece that is Tarandowah Golfers Club. Protected by hidden bunkers and wrinkled greens, players in all flights had to be creative with their shots. Competitors who were able to stay out of trouble were able to score well.


Tomorrow’s final round will begin at 8:00am with the C-flight going off first, followed by the B and then A flights to determine our winners. For scoring, make sure to visit our Golf Genius page. For media coverage of the Baka Ontario Public Amateur Championship presented by Triple Bogey, please visit the Golf Ontario Facebook page and view photo albums.


About The Baka Public Amateur Championship

The Baka Public Amateur Championship was first played in 1958 at Don Valley Golf Club. Past winners include: Ken Trowbridge (1970), 2018 Ontario Golf Hall of Fame inductee Dave Bunker (2009, 2010) and Craig Loughry who has won a record four times (1997, 2001, 2005, 2006). Play of the tournament was suspended from 1984-1995. Mill Run Golf and Country Club (Uxbridge, ON) has hosted the tournament a record 9 times.


The Baka Public Amateur Championship provides the perfect opportunity for those interested in trying a competitive tournament while providing gross and net flights. This allows higher handicap players to play against players in their handicap grouping.


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Brianna Christopher,
Assistant, Marketing Communications, Golf Ontario;


Peter MacKellar,
Manager, Marketing and Communications, Golf Ontario;