Royal Canadian Golf Association

Royal Canadian Golf Association

August 04, 2005 23:29 ET


BC native leads wire to wire to clinch Attention: Sports Editor, Travel/Tourism Editor COBBLE HILL, B.C.--(CCNMatthews - Aug. 4, 2005) - Lindsay Caljouw of Nanaimo, B.C. didn't look back on Thursday as she led wire to wire to win the 2005 Royale National Junior Girls Championship conducted by the Royal Canadian Golf Association in Cobble Hill, B.C..

Caljouw opened up the championship on Tuesday with a course record 69 performance. That first round mark proved to be the difference as she maintained a three-stroke lead on Maude Aimée LeBlanc of Windsor, Que. the rest of the way en route to her first Canadian championship title.

The 18 year-old Caljouw finished at one over for the championship with a three-day final total of 69-72-76-217. LeBlanc who matched Caljouw's scores on the final two-days finished at 72-72-76-220.
Caljouw did make the final round interesting struggling through holes 8 and 12 where she carded double bogeys on each.

On #16 she regained her confidence by slamming the door on LeBlanc who was poised to move within two strokes with two holes to play.

"I made a 20 foot putt that really turned the tables in my direction," said Caljouw. "It gave me the confidence I needed to carry me the rest of the way. If I don't do that she can catch me and has a chance to birdie the final two holes."

"It's just an awesome way to end my junior career, I'm really happy. Maude-Aimée fought back all week and it was a good match…. a great way to end it."

Stephanie Sherlock of Barrie Ont., finished the championship in third place while Susan Nam of Edmonton, Alta., Anita Gahir of Thornhill, Ont. and Sue Kim of Langley, B.C. finished tied for fourth.

Thursday's best round went to Melissa Mabanta of Langley, B.C. who carded a one under par 71. Mabanta finished with a three day total 78-78-71-227 to finish in seventh place.

Yesterday in Inter-provincial team play, British Columbia claimed its fourth title in five seasons. BC finished with a two-day score of 447 while Quebec was second at 459 and Ontario was third at 461.

Next year the Gowan Brae Golf & Country Club in Bathurst, N.B. will host the 2006 Royale National Junior Girls' Championship from July 31 - August 3.

The following are the final round scores for the Royale National Junior Girl's Championship on Thursday, August 4, 2005.

1 Lindsay Caljouw, Nanaimo, BC--69-72-76--217
2 Maude-Aimée Leblanc, Windsor, QC--72-72-76--220
3 Stephanie Sherlock, Barrie , ON--70-79-73--222
T4 Susan Nam, Edmonton, AB--77-76-73--226
Sue Kim, Langley, BC--76-75-75--226
Anita Gahir, Thornhill, ON--75-76-75--226
7 Melissa Mabanta, Langley, BC--78-78-71--227
8 Dominique Pytlewski, West Vancouver, BC--75-79-75--229
9 Joanna Periversoff, Hamilton, ON--79-80-73--232
T10 Bari Erais, Lethbridge, AB--75-86-72--233
Julie Kim, Port Coquitlam, BC--78-80-75--233
Jennifer Brine, Truro, NS--79-75-79--233
Juanita Rico, Calgary, AB--75-79-79--233
T14 Brittany Henderson, Smith Falls, ON--77-83-74--234
Caroline Kim, Port Coquitlam, BC--75-81-78--234
Jennifer Kirby, Paris, ON--77-75-82--234
Ashley Smith, Calgary, AB--77-77-80--234
Kirby Dreher, Fort St. John, BC--73-79-82--234
T19 Sara-Maude Juneau, Fossambault-sur-le-Lac, QC--77-81-78--236
Jessica Wallace, Langley, BC--75-80-81--236
T21 Christine Wong, Richmond, BC--78-84-75--237
Kaitlin Troop, Brandon, MB--75-85-77--237
T23 Laura Hildebrandt, Ancaster, ON--80-75-83--238
Nicole Vandermade, Brantford, ON--75-79-84--238
25 Lisa Maunu, St.Thomas, ON--79-79-81--239
T26 Christina Yoon, Etobicoke, ON--78-83-79--240
Pamela Burneski, Surrey, BC--77-82-81--240
28 Ashley Olynick, Saskatoon, SK--78-80-83--241
T29 Adrianna Rose DiLonardo, Niagara Falls , ON--78-89-75--242
Gabrielle Cyr, Blainville, QC--84-80-78--242
July Fraser, La Tuque, QC--79-83-80--242
T32 Alexandra Parker, Calgary, AB--85-84-74--243
Anne-Catherine Tanguay, Sainte-Foy, QC--88-76-79--243
Ahnna Kim, South Surrey, BC--80-83-80--243
Danielle Mills, Pointe-Claire, QC--84-80-79--243
Laura Harris, New Minas, NS--87-75-81--243
37 Heather Cronkwright, Calgary, AB--81-81-82--244
T38 Rochelle Brown, Calgary, AB--86-82-78--246
Laeni Bendzik, Calgary, AB--83-80-83--246
Vanessa Leon, Brampton, ON--82-79-85--246
T41 Mary Beth McKenna, Fort McMurray, AB--87-81-79--247
Melissa Coré, Beaconsfield, QC--82-82-83--247
43 Bronwyn Sandberg, St. Albert, AB--88-76-85--249
T44 Chelsea Kim, Port Coquitlam, BC--84-90-76--250
Kyla Reay, Saskatoon, SK--87-78-85--250
Lauren Taylor, Nelson, BC--78-89-83--250
47 Sarah Stebeleski, Lorette, MB--81-83-87--251
T48 Alyssa Human, Kamloops, BC--85-87-80--252
Mireille LeBlanc, Meteghan River, NS--83-84-85--252
Stephanie Simich, Mississauga, ON--81-85-86--252
T51 Kali Gordon, Black Diamond, AB--84-87-82--253
Mackenzie Renner, Lethbridge, AB--81-87-85--253
Erica Rivard, Tecumseh, ON--86-82-85--253
Hayley Brown, Newmarket, ON--84-83-86--253
T55 Angela Drane, Vernon River, PE--85-85-84--254
Kristy Chew, Vancouver, BC--81-86-87--254
Nicole Zhang, Calgary, AB--81-83-90--254
58 Anne Balser, Digby, NS--80-78-97--255
T59 Jisoo Keel, Coquitlam, BC--92-81-83--256
Breanne Neufeld, Lethbridge, AB--89-84-83--256
Anne-Marie Pitre-Joyal, Pepentigny, QC--91-80-85--256
Marianne Banton, Woodinville, WA--86-82-88--256
T63 Elyse Kinley, Powell River, BC--87-92-79--258
Nari Kim, Surrey, BC--87-88-83--258
T65 Denielle Neufeld, Lethbridge, AB--94-85-80--259
Kyla Inaba, Kelowna, BC--84-90-85--259
Serina Irja Swanson, Crescent Valley, BC--83-88-88--259
Lauren Bowerman-Ritchie, Bowmanville, ON--86-85-88--259
T69 Kenzie Janzen, Duncan, BC--86-89-85--260
Shauna Nirmal, Nanaimo, BC--90-84-86--260
T71 Carla Ty, Richmond, BC--91-86-85--262
Morgan Bell, Charlottetown, PE--88-87-87--262
Michelle Vienneau, Bathurst, NB--85-90-87--262
74 Ashlen Christie, Winnipeg, MB--85-92-86--263
T75 Julia Bobak, Fredericton, NB--89-90-85--264
Kate Burnett, Ottawa, ON--91-86-87--264
T77 Sarah Grigor, Oakville, ON--93-91-81--265
Shay Yalowega, Regina, SK--88-88-89--265
79 Ashley Nantes, Calgary, AB--92-86-88--266
T80 Emily Milito, Ottawa, ON--93-88-86--267
Kylie Frederick, Parksville, BC--93-83-91--267
82 Emma Free, Mill Bay, BC--86-98-84--268
T83 Amanda Harvey, Nanaimo, BC--94-89-86--269
Stephanie Chubb, Quispamsis, NB--92-85-92--269
Camille Stankievech, Trocho, AB--83-92-94--269
T86 Brittney Piché, Brandon, MB--91-92-87--270
Amy Roberts, Toronto, ON--85-94-91--270
88 Laurenne Picard, White Rock, BC--89-93-89--271
T89 Melissa Davies, Rocky Mountain House, AB--91-90-91--272
Christine Arsenault, Rimouski, QC--83-94-95--272
91 Michelle Campbell, Sidney, BC--91-91-91--273
92 Deanna Zychkowski, Whitewood, SK--91-87-97--275
93 Jessica Witzaney, Penticton, BC--95-88-99--282
94 Sarah Ready, Charlottetown, PE--97-93-98--288
95 Ashley Roulston, Picadilly, NB--98-100-96--294
96 Erin Lundrigan, Burin, NF--98-113-101--312
97 Brittany Cluett, Garnish, NF--107-97-110--314
98 Janeil Parrott, Goose Bay, NF--106-112-99--317
99 Catherine Kenway, Winterland, NF--122-119-111--352
100 Lindsay Lowther, Charlottetown, PE--126-129-120-375

Par: 72 Yardage: 5943

The Royale National Junior Girl's Championship is open to female golfers who have not reached their 19th birthday by August 4, 2005. The championship featured 100 golfers and was conducted over three rounds of 54-hole stroke play. An Inter-provincial Team Championship also took place in conjunction with the first two rounds of stroke play.

For a complete list of competitors, starting times and full post-round results for the 2005 Royale National Junior Girls Championship can be found at

Irving Tissue, the makers of Royale, is proud to be the official title sponsor of all three of the Canadian Women's amateur competitions; Royale National Junior Girl's Championship, Royale Cup National Women's Amateur Championship and the Royale National Women's Senior Championship.

Irving Tissue is committed to the health and well being of Canadians and continues to support activities that promote active living as part of a balanced & healthy lifestyle. There are few sports whose growth has been as impressive, whose appeal is as universal and whose tie to active living is as strong as the game of golf.

The Irving Group, which is the parent company of Irving Tissue is not new to the golf industry having already established a foundation with golfing partners in Eastern Canada. In 2004, The Irving Group - Moncton played a large roll in the Heather Wilbur Scholarship Scramble Tournament in Moncton, N.B. This tournament was held as a tribute to Heather Wilbur, who lost her life due to cancer; the tournament featured Heather's peers from the United States based FUTURES Golf Tour.

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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Royal Canadian Golf Association
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