Royal Canadian Golf Association

Royal Canadian Golf Association

August 15, 2005 21:28 ET


Final seven seeds determined in a playoff Attention: Sports Editor, Travel/Tourism Editor BADDECK--(CCNMatthews - Aug. 15, 2005) - Andrew Parr of London, Ont. fired a scorching six-under 66 Monday at Bell Bay Golf Club to take medalist honours and the top seed for match play at the 101st playing of the Canadian Men's Amateur Championship, conducted by the Royal Canadian Golf Association (RCGA).

"I don't know what to say, it was a great couple of rounds," said Parr, who finished with a two-day score of 11-under par. "I was hitting greens and making my putts and just trying to stay patient. I wasn't looking for great shots, more trying to focus on hitting a lot of good shots. Now it's match play and I'm just going to stick to my game and go after birdies where I can."

In the day's most exciting finish, the final seven match play seeds were decided on a second playoff hole. With eight players tied at six-over par and the final seven seeds up for grabs, Kevin Crozier of Charlottetown, PE, Keven Fortin-Simard of Roberval, QC, Patrik Ericson of Langley, BC, Oscar Fraustro of San Antonio, TX, Andrew An of Richmond Hill, ON, Jordan Irwin of Calgary, AB, Peter Malo of Beaconsfield, QC and James Latta of St.Clements, ON squared off in search of seeds. On the second playoff hole with darkness looming, Ericson found trouble off the tee and struggled out of the rough at Bell Bay before bowing out of the championship.

Bell Bay Golf Club continued to challenge the field as a number of Canada's top players struggled on the challenging Cape Breton layout. Among the notables who failed to advance to the round of 64 were amateur sensation James Lepp of Abbotsford, B.C. and 2004 Canadian Amateur champion Darren Wallace of Langley, B.C.

The opening round of match play gets under way Tuesday morning at 7:30 am with the final 64 competitors set to challenge for Canada's most prestigious amateur golfing title.

Opening round match play pairings, seedings and start times are available at

The following are final qualifying scores for Monday, August 15, 2005.

1-Andrew Parr-London, ON-67-66-
2-James Love-Calgary, AB-71-66-
3-Greg Breen-Hampton, NB-68-70-
T4-Andrew Ross-Dundas, ON-70-69-
-Brad Iles-Wellington, NZ-68-71-
6-Tony MacKinnon-Fredricton, NB-73-67-
T7-Corey Steger-North Vancouver, BC-69-72-
-Barrett Jarosch-Edmonton, AB-73-68-
-Eric West-Pembroke, AL-71-70-
-Dave Bunker-Woodbridge, ON-71-70-
-Greg Jones-Moncton, NB-70-71-
T12-Craig Doell-Victoria, BC-75-67-
-Josh Geary-Wellington, NZ-69-73-
-Dale Vallely-Medicine Hat, AB-71-71-
T15-Graham Hill-Brights Grove, ON-72-71-
-David Williamson-Halifax, NS-73-70-
T17-Mitchell Fox-Okotoks, AB-73-71-
-Victor Ciesielski-Cambridge, ON-72-72-
-Doug Roxburgh-Vancouver, BC-72-72-
-Ryan Yip-Calgary, AB-72-72-
-Ryan Lecuyer-Edmonton, AB-75-69-
-Matthew Hastings-West Vancouver, BC-74-70-
-Jay Snyder-Vancouver, BC-71-73-
-Mark Leon-Brampton, ON-73-71-
-Nathan Ward-Summerland, BC-73-71-
-James Chan-Ancaster, ON-73-71-
T27-Terry O'Brien-Barrie, ON-74-71-
-Rick Blair-Victoria, BC-70-75-
-Ben Moser-Waterloo, ON-75-70-
-Thomas Hay-Langley, BC-73-72-
-Lloyd M. Fisher-Grand Rapids, MI-74-71-
-Mark Sommerfeld-Waterloo, ON-74-71-
T33-David Arnold-Brooklin, ON-74-72-
-Christopher Ross-Dundas, ON-76-70-
-J C Deacon-Unionville, ON-78-68-
-Nic Banfield-Halifax, NS-74-72-
-Ron Harvey-Picadilly, NB-75-71-
-Matt Hill-Brights Grove, ON-74-72-
-Brodie Flanders-Fawcett Hill, NB-76-70-
T40-Casey Johnson-Invermere, BC-73-74-
-Nicholas Wheeler-Ingersoll, ON-73-74-
-Shawn LaFontaine-Cobourg, ON-75-72-
-Marc Bourgeois-Dieppe, NB-72-75-
-Robbie Greenwell-Georgetown, ON-74-73-
-Bob Thomson-Petrolia, ON-71-76-
-Kevin Dore-Dundas, ON-73-74-
-Nicholas Gagné-Richmond, BC-72-75-
-Rob Collins-Yarmouth, NS-75-72-
T49-Jordan Krantz-Vermilion Bay, ON-75-73-
-Peter Campbell-Baddeck, NS-76-72-
-Rafael Lee-Burnaby, BC-72-76-
-Richard Scott-Kingsville, ON-72-76-
-Michel Landry-Moncton, NB-74-74-
-Ryan Swelin-Sundre, AB-74-74-
-Darcy Donaldson-Marathon, ON-78-70-
-Kris Wasylowich-Lethbridge, AB-77-71-
-Will Mitchell-Whitby, ON-76-72-
T58-*Kevin Crozier-Charlottetown, PE-79-70-
-*Keven Fortin-Simard-Roberval, QC-75-74-
-Patrik Ericson-Langley, BC-74-75-
-*Oscar Fraustro-San Antonio, TX-77-72-
-*Andrew An-Richmond Hill, ON-76-73-
-*Jordan Irwin-Calgary, AB-74-75-
-*Peter Malo-Beaconsfield, QC-76-73-
-*James Latta-St.Clements, ON-76-73-
---- missed cut -------
T66-Philippe Dupuis-Ste-Thérèse, QC-75-75-
-Renaud Langevin-Scott, QC-79-71-
-Marc-André Roy-Blainville, QC-78-72-
-James Allenby-Langley, BC-78-72-
-Ricardo Carrillo-Mexico City, MX-77-73-
-Stephen Thomas-Vancouver, BC-78-72-
-Kent Eger-Radium Hot Springs, BC-73-77-
-Dale Goehring-Calgary, AB-76-74-
-Patrick Forbes-Toronto, ON-73-77-
-Christopher Kucera-Chatham, ON-80-70-
-Darren Shaw-Stoney Creek , ON-78-72-
-Matt Kerr-North Vancouver, BC-75-75-
-Mikhial Pasic-London, ON-77-73-
-Nick McNally-Dawes-Victoria, BC-77-73-
-Brandan H.J. Price-Vancouver, BC-81-69-
T81-Darren Wallace-Langley, BC-74-77-
-James Lepp-Abbotsford, BC-76-75-
-Kevin Carrigan-Victoria, BC-77-74-
-Nick Kenney-Etobicoke, ON-76-75-
-Michael Gregory-Bolton, ON-78-73-
T86-Tyler McDannold-Ancaster, ON-82-70-
-Michael Knight-Calgary, AB-78-74-
-Graham DeLaet-Weyburn, SK-77-75-
-Peter Laws-Mississauga, ON-77-75-
-Ryan Vallely-Medicine Hat, AB-77-75-
-Sam Sharma-Calgary, AB-81-71-
-Matthew Hopkins-Nelson, BC-78-74-
-Scott Stiles-Calgary, AB-79-73-
-Brandon Davis-Port Saint Lucie, FL-72-80-
-Tyler Mancini-Winnipeg, MB-82-70-
-Blake Rowe-Sleeman-Coquitlam, BC-78-74-
T97-Scott Loewen-Winnipeg, MB-80-73-
-Trevor Edwards-Calgary, AB-78-75-
-Scott Markham-Winnipeg, MB-76-77-
-Gerry MacMillan-Kingston, NS-76-77-
-Dennis Kavelman-Waterloo, ON-74-79-
-Cory Renfrew-Victoria, BC-76-77-
T103-Jean-François Veilleux-Beauceville, QC-80-74-
-Tim Yorke-Kensington, PE-81-73-
-Jason Galon-Regina, SK-76-78-
-Matthew Johnston-Winnipeg, MB-78-76-
-Richard Ross-Markham, ON-77-77-
T108-Gregory McAuley-Surrey, BC-81-74-
-Chris Gerrie-Cambridge, ON-78-77-
-Geoffrey Butt-Vancouver, BC-77-78-
-Adam Chamberlain-Bathurst, NB-77-78-
T112-Jody Swim-Shelburne County, NS-78-78-
-Mitch Gillis-Williams Lake, BC-81-75-
-Stephane Pellerin-Trois-Rivières, QC-79-77-
-Robert Allan-Halifax, NS-78-78-
-Shawn Warren-Windham, ME-79-77-
T117-David Nudds-Aurora, ON-77-80-
-Jaron Flynn-St. John's, NF-81-76-
-Hector Diaz-Mexico City, MX-80-77-
-Aaron Barrington-Sydney, NS-84-73-
-Blake Mitrush-Halfmoon Bay, BC-82-75-
-J.C. Beecroft-Newcastle, ON-76-81-
T123-Chad Gaudry-Okotoks, AB-79-79-
-Paul Batchelor-Bedford, NS-84-74-
-Daniel Kim-North York, ON-82-76-
-Brian Kornelsen-Winnipeg, MB-80-78-
T127-Michael Legge-Clarenville, NF-78-81-
-Mel Murray-Fredericton, NB-79-80-
-Dustin Zhang-Calgary, AB-79-80-
-Matthew Steinbach-Red Deer, AB-79-80-
-Jai Hawker-Calgary, AB-83-76-
-Mark Bania-Kitchener, ON-77-82-
T133-Greg Pool-Langley, BC-84-76-
-Banks Scott-St. John's, NF-80-80-
-Brenden Stuart-Whitby, NZ-82-78-
-Kevin Bryce-Mississauga, ON-79-81-
-Ryan Rutherford-Calgary, AB-81-79-
-Tommy Ursa-Caledon East, ON-76-84-
T139-Shayne Stevens-Eskasoni, NS-81-80-
-Jacob Patte-Oshawa, ON-83-78-
-Braden Graham-Medicine Hat, AB-81-80-
T142-Kirby Krupka-Grande Prairie, AB-84-78-
-Trevor Chow-Bedford, NS-81-81-
T144-Kent MacDonald-Stratford, PE-80-83-
-Tyler Wright-Regina, SK-84-79-
-Lee Fairbairn-Saskatoon, SK-78-85-
-Robbie Younker-Stratford, PE-87-76-
-Lee French-London, ON-80-83-
-Brock Robillard-Calgary, AB-77-86-
T150-Vincent Dumouchel-St-Philippe, QC-82-82-
-Luke Scrymgeour-Calgary, AB-80-84-
152-Chris Hoyles-Gander, NF-86-79-
T153-Stewart Bannatyne-Winnipeg, MB-83-83-
-Shelby Dreher-Fort St. John, BC-83-83-
T155-Joey Ringaert-Winnipeg, MB-85-82-
-Chase Osiowy-Calgary, AB-88-79-
-Alexandre Ouellette-St-Jérôme, QC-81-86-
158-Chris Dunn-Hamilton, ON-84-84-
T159-Mike Fortier-Charlottetown, PE-91-82-
-James Faraday-Calgary, AB-84-89-
161-Jeremy Magdule-Mexico City, MX-84-93-
-Russell Goodwin-London, ON-WD--

* advanced to match play through a playoff (8 players for 7 spots)

A complete list of players, starting times and post-round results, as well as live scoring for the 101st playing of the Canadian Men's Amateur Championship can be found at

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The Royal Canadian Golf Association is the governing body of golf in Canada, representing close to 400,000 members nationwide. In addition to providing core services such as the Rules of Golf, handicapping, support of turfgrass and environmental research, and BMO Financial Group Future Links, Canada's national junior golf program and supporting the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame and Museum, the RCGA also conducts Canada's most prestigious golf championships. The Bell Canadian Open and BMO Financial Group Canadian Women's Open attract the best professional golfers in the world, while six regional junior championships, 10 national amateur championships and the BMO Financial Group Canadian Women's Tour showcase the best of Canadian golf. For more information please visit


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