A sure-fire way to win a golf tournament when holding the lead is to fire the round of the day – and that is exactly what Jim Rutledge managed to do on his 63rd birthday at the PGA Seniors’ Championship of Canada presented by GOLFTEC, firing a 66 to win the event for the seventh time by a four-stroke margin.
While Jim Rutledge’s second-round 70 was good enough to earn him this year’s Super Senior title at the PGA Seniors’ Championship of Canada presented by GOLFTEC (a trophy he’s claimed each of the past two years), the real test for the six-time tournament winner will come tomorrow when he tries to fend off Scott Allred, who sits just one-stroke back, and Philip Jonas, who is two back after a second-consecutive 68
Expectations were high for six-time PGA Seniors’ Championship of Canada Presented by GOLFTEC winner Jim Rutledge heading into this week’s tournament at Connaught Golf Club in Medicine Hat, Alberta
If this week’s PGA Seniors’ Championship of Canada presented by GOLFTEC is anything like what unfolded in Quebec in 2021, golf fans in Medicine Hat, Alberta that head to Connaught Golf Club this Wednesday to Friday are in for a treat.
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On Friday morning, ORORO PGA Women’s Championship of Canada at Bromont co-leaders Sarah-Eve Rhéaume, a 22-year-old amateur from Quebec City, and Min-G Kim, an Epson Tour veteran with nearly $120,000 in career earnings, battled back-and-forth with hopes of lifting the Lorie Kane trophy and assuring themselves a spot in August’s CP Women’s Open.
The players in the final group on Thursday morning at Chateau Bromont demonstrated why they deserved to be there during the second round of the ORORO PGA Women’s Championship of Canada. Golf Canada National Amateur Squad member Sarah-Eve Rhéaume sustained her lead with a 1-under 72, while Epson Tour player Min-G Kim played her final two holes 3-under par to match Rhéaume atop the board
During the first round of the ORORO PGA Women’s Championship of Canada at Chateau Bromont, Golf Canada National Amateur Squad member Sarah-Eve Rhéaume rolled in seven birdies and leads by one stroke following a first-round 69