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Team New Brunswick wins the 2019 Atlantic Golf Championship

The 2019 Atlantic Golf Championships wrapped up today at the Humber Valley Resort in Newfoundland. Competitors from across Atlantic Canada were treated to wonderful hospitality and a spectacular golf.
Originally contested in 2014, this years’ championship marked the sixth year of the Atlantic Golf Championships where teams from New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland & Labrador compete for both the “Atlantic Cup”, and individual competitions. Players are competing for eight (8) exemptions for 2019 Canadian Championships. Exemptions include men’s and women’s Canadian Amateur, Mid-Master, Senior and Super Senior.
Team New Brunswick has successfully defended their title, this marks the third year in row winning the Atlantic Championship. Team NB finished with a total of 20 points. Team Newfoundland & Labrador finished second with a total of 18 points. Team Prince Edward Island finished in third with a total of 13 points and Team Nova Scotia finished fourth with a total of 7 points.
Bathurst native and member of the Gowan Brae Golf Club, Molly MacDermaid won the Women’s Amateur division with two-round total of 171. Finishing two-strokes behind was Kathleen Jean from Stephenville, NL.
Alex Palmer from The Riverside Golf Club in Rothesay, NB, won the Men’s Amateur division after carding a two-day total of 143 (66-77). Finishing in second place was Micheal Furlong from the Bally Haly Golf Club in St.John’s NL.
Cameron King from Georgetown, PE won the Mid-Master’s division by one-stroke over Greg Jones from the Country Meadows Golf Club in Moncton, NB. King fired a two-day total 148 (76-72).
Erin Musgrave from the Country Meadows Golf Club in Moncton, NB won the Women’s Mid-Master division. Musgrave fired 80 during her final round to finish with a two-day total of 167. Finishing five-stroke behind was Melissa Castle from the Belvedere Golf Club in Charlottetown.
Eddie Bearns from the Bally Haly Golf Club won the Men’s Senior title after firing a two-day total of 146 (74-72) and finished eight stroke ahead of Garry Jenkins from Fredericton, NB.
Stratford, PE native Sherry White from the Belvedere Golf Club won the Senior Women’s title over Mary Walton-Rossignol from the Fredericton Golf Club. White carded a two round total 166 (87-79) to finish three strokes ahead of Walton-Rossingnol.
Wayne Ford from the Blomidon Golf Club in Corner Brook, NL won the Men’s Super Senior with two round total of 151 (74-77).
Sharon Case from the Miramichi Golf & Country Club captured the Women’s Super Senior title after firing a two-day total of 173 (88-85).
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