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Stuart Wins The 2019 MCT Mid-Amateur Championship

Sean Stuart is the 2019 MCT Mid-Amateur Champion
Sean Stuart, 2019 MCT Mid-Amateur Champion
The 2019 MCT Mid-Amateur has come to a close. It was a successful weekend of exceptional competitive golf. During the final round, just as the final group made the turn, the weather began to decline. The expected rain and thunder storms made its way to Chester Golf Club, delaying what was an intense final round. After a short delay, the golfers were able to get back on the course and fight for the win.
Sean Stuart of Ashburn Golf Club has been crowned the 2019 MCT Mid-Amateur Champion, after firing a final round of 70, for a three-day total of 211. “It was a grind at the very end, but I’m pretty relieved with the outcome as the lead kept flipping back and forth the whole day.” said Stuart when asked how he felt about todays round. This is Stuarts second Provincial Championship title of the season, after winning the 2019 Men’s Four-Ball in June with partner Trevor Chow.
In second place is Brett McKinnon of Ashburn. McKinnon carded a 73 to secure his spot on the podium. The two battled it out until the end for the top spot. Rounding out the top 3 of the championship is Craig Hollett of Grandview who fired the low round of the day, 68, to secure this spot and finishing the three days at +4. Hollett is also the 2019 Mid-Master Champion.
Kevin George of Lingan fired a low round of 72 to be crowned the champion of Division 2.. Finishing in second place is John Dobson of Dundee who carded a three-day total of 227 after carding a 78 in round 3. Calum Cummings of Penn Hills and Chad Anderson of Brighwood finished tied for third on the podium in division 2. Cummings carded a steady 72 and Anderson an 8, for their three-day total of 228.
Division 3 champion is Darrell Kline of Ashburn who fired a 77 today, to bring his three-day total to 230. Taking second place is Jeff Fraser of Abercrombie, five back of first for a three-day total of 235, (+25). Rounding out the top 3 is Dan Anthony of Avon Valley. Anthony carded a strong 78 to bring his three-day total to 237, (+27).
For round 3 results from the 2019 MCT Insurance Men’s MID-Amateur Championship, please CLICK HERE

McKinnon, Craig Hollett of Grandview, and Paul Coulson of Truro, with alternate Marc Pothier of Ken-Wo will be representing Nova Scotia at the 2019 Canadian Men’s Mid Amateur Championship at Summett Golf Club in Toronto ON from August 20-23.

 

Other competitors to earn quota spots into the national championship are:
  • Greg Black, Oakfield
  • Andrew MacPherson, Oakfield
  • Trevor Chow, Ashburn
Congratulations to all the winners, and best of luck to those representing Nova Scotia at nationals!

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NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
The top three competitors, including one mid-master competitor (aged 40 and over), will be selected to compete in the Canadian Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship. This years national championship will be held at the Summit Golf Club in Toronto, ON on August 20-23. The practice round will be held on August 21.
In addition to the three team spots, the NSGA will award an additional five (5) quota spots for 2019 Canadian Mid- Amateur Championship. These five quota spots will be allocated based on results from the 2019 MCT Men’s Mid-Amateur Championships (no age restrictions).
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