Round Three of the CCAA Golf Championship
The 2023 CCAA Golf National Championship, presented by PING, sees its leaderboard take shape through three rounds at Club de Golf Lorette.
Mackenzie Cloutier of John Abbott College maintains her three-stroke lead today, shooting a 79 in the third round for a total of 6 over par. In a close second is Madison Ouellette of Humber College, who shoots a daily low of 75, scoring +9 over the three days. Tied in third are André-Laurendeau’s Rosalie Langlois and Elaine Surjoprajogo, each with a score of +12, after shooting a 77 and 78 today, respectively.
The top three women’s teams remain the same as after Round 2. RSEQ-1 maintains its lead with +25 after shooting a 159 today. OCAA-1 keeps a close second with +29 after shooting a daily low of 155. OCAA-2 rounds out the top three with a score of +40 after shooting 158 today.
In the men’s field, Félix Bouchard of André-Laurendeau takes first with a score of 71, totalling 5 under par. Michael Valk of Medicine Hat is bumped from top spot into second after shooting at 78 today, his weakest round thus far. He maintains a medal position, however, with a -4 overall. Jake Houston of John Abbott makes a remarkable climb up the leaderboard today, moving 6 places after shooting a 68, the day’s best. He is tied for third with Humber’s Matt Morris, who shot an even 72 today. Each has a score of 2 under par after the first three rounds.
Champlain St. Lawrence’s Thomas Grenier makes the biggest leaderboard leap of the day, moving up 11 places to make a 5-way tie for 11th place at +6.
Humber stays in the lead in the men’s team category, with a total to par gross score of +3. André-Laurendeau maintains their second-place spot with a score of +14, and St. Lawrence re-enters the top three with a +35, narrowly edging out St. Clair with a +36.
The fourth and final round begins tomorrow morning, with forecasted cloudy weather and a high of 14. Low chances of precipitation throughout the day pick up only after the Championship draws to a close.