Kozak misses amateur cut in the ‘Peg

Victoria’s Cory Renfrew held a one-stroke lead over Toronto’s Albin Choi midway through the final round of the Canadian Men’s Amateur Golf Championships Saturday morning in Winnipeg.

  • Aug. 14, 2011 10:00 a.m.

Victoria’s Cory Renfrew held a one-stroke lead over Toronto’s Albin Choi in the final round the Canadian Men’s Amateur Golf Championships Saturday morning in Winnipeg.

At press time, Renfrew was at 10-under-par through 12 holes after carding opening rounds of 67-68. Choi, who had earlier rounds of 69 and 67, was at 9-under through 12 holes.

Vernon’s Conner Kozak missed the cut after he shot a 4-over 75 Thursday, followed by a 3-over 74 Friday to finish at 7-over 149.

Meanwhile, the Spallumcheen Junior went this week with an Executive Course Division and a Championship Division.

Taking the overall low gross in the championship division was Randy Todosychuck.

Despite starting tied for the lead and making a triple bogey on the fourth hole, he was able to come back with birdies on No. 8 and No. 18 to finish three strokes ahead of the first round co-leader Brad Jones. Sheldon Kubberness was third at 75-79 and Brady Stead was fourth.

In the net side, Addison Lovsin took the overall title with a 135 total (66-69). Second was Thomas Percy with Mike Lenoury and Travis Jackson rounding out the top-four.

In the Executive Course Division, the boys side was won by first-timer Landon Munk. Nathanael Dubland and Austin Dubland were second and third respectively.

In the Girls side, Jaye Odagiri took down first prize with Ashley Obrecht and Shaughnessy Barker earned second and third respectively.

Volunteers Helen Jagow and Darrel Hill provided excellent support for the tournament.