Dorssers And Hawyrluk Co-Winners At Erie Shores
As has been the case in most years at Erie Shores, the small and undulating green complexes, coupled with the tree-lined fairways made for challenging scoring conditions for tour players Friday.
In the Collegiate Mens’ Division, there was a three-way tie for first place, with Owen Dorssers (Guelph Griffons/Willow Ridge), Mathew Hawryluk (Wayne State Warriors/Maple City), and James Hill (Detroit Mercy Titans/Essex), all firing one-under par 70. Dorssers carded nines of 36-34, Hawryluk nines of 32-38, and Hill nines of 33-37.
In the Junior Girls’ Division, Kyla Charlebois (Pointe West) took home her first victory of the season with an even-par 71. Charlebois carded three birdies on the front-nine for two-under par 33, and paired that with a 38 on the back nine. In second place was Karolyn Rombouts (Maple City) with a 78, and Kennedy Fremlin (Essex) was third with a 79.
In the Collegiate Womens’ Division, there was a tie at the top of the leaderboard, with Gioia DiCiocco (Erie Shores) and Hannah Prieur (Kingsville) both shooting scores of 85. As part of the COVID-19 policies for the tour this year, there are no playoffs to determine a winner, making DiCiocco and Prieur co-champions for the event. Erin Kopinak (Delaware State/Willow Ridge) was third with an 87.
In the Junior Boys’ Division, Tyler Hurtubise (Pointe West) continued his hot streak with his third straight victory, and third straight score of 70. Hurtubise recorded four birdies on the day, including three on the front nine, where he shot a one-under par 34. In second place was Rylan Marontate (Kingsville) with a score of 72, and three players tied for third at 73 (Cale Marontate, Stefano Kerr, Jax Sisson).
The Jamieson Junior Tour will be back in action on Monday, August 10 at Beach Grove Golf and Country Club.