2022 Canada Games Team Nova Scotia

Team Nova Scotia

Team Nova Scotia finishes 5th Overall in the Mixed Golf Event!

Team NS Girls:

  • Abbey Baker (10th) – 76, 78, 72, 79 (+17)
  • Abby Wamboldt (15th) – 82,83, 83, 72 (+32)

Team NS Boys:

  • Gavin Ives (6th) – 75, 70, 72, 70 (-1)
  • Owen Canavan (9th) – 71, 74, 76, 73 (+6)

Male Leaderboard

Female Leaderboard

Mixed Team Leaderboard

Abbey Baker

Abbey Baker finishes her week at Canada Games at +17. She broke 80 each day shooting 76 on day 1, 78 on day 2, 72 on day 3, and 79 on day 4.

Abbey recorded an even par round with 3 birdies on day 3 for her tournament low score. Abbey finished the tournament 10th overall and was the top player from Atlantic Canada.

Way to go Abbey, the NSGA and NS golf community are very proud of your efforts!


Abby Wamboldt

Abby Wamboldt finished her Canada Games week at +32. Abby shot 82, 83, and 83 for her first 3 rounds of the tournament and then recorded a even par on her final day.

Abby shot her personal best round on the final day of the tournament with 72 and scored 5 birdies to shoot her new career low.

Abby finished 15th overall in the tournament. The NSGA is very proud of Abby’s efforts, along with the rest of the NS golf community.


Gavin Ives

Gavin Ives finished his week at Canada Games at -1. Gavin shot only one round above par in the entire tournament. In round 2 Gavin shot -2 with 4 birdies and an eagle, and in round 4 he shot -2 again with 4 birdies.

Gavin finished the tournament at -1 and came 6th overall. He was the 2nd top player for the Atlantic Canada teams and was 1 of 6 who had a 4 day total under par.

Gavin has been having a tremendous year and the NSGA is very proud of his accomplishments and is looking forward to seeing his game improve even more.

Owen Canavan

Owen Canavan finished his week at Canada Games at +6. He shot 3 rounds under 75 and on the first day he scored a one under, with 71 on the day.

Owen averaged 4 birdies per round this week in Niagara and finished his tournament with 16 total birdies.

Owen finished in 9th place overall. The NSGA and the NS golf community are very proud of him and the work he has put into his game to get him to this point.  Way to go Owen!

Canada Games Selection Process

Selection Process

Current Canada Games Team Selection Standings

10% of 2021 POY points count toward the 2022 Team Selection

Updated on July 8th, 2022

  • Updated from points allocated from the MJT Chester Event from May 28th & 29th.
  • Updated from pointed allocated from the Junior Provincials presented by Jaguar & Land Rover HFX from July 4-6

MJT Point Allocation

  • Points are allocated from the two MJT Events by using the athletes best placement of the two events (MJT KenWo & MJT Chester)
  • Junior Provincials presented by Jaguar & Land Rover
  • Golf Canada Next Gen Atlantics – Antigonish

If you have any questions or concerns please contact NSGA Technical Director, Sara Wilson