12 Advance Through RBC Canadian Open Quebec Regional
TWELVE PLAYERS ADVANCE THROUGH RBC CANADIAN OPEN QUEBEC REGIONAL QUALIFIER
- Final Monday Qualifier for Canada’s National Open Championship to take place July 23 at Heron Point Golf Links -
Épiphanie, Que. (Golf Canada) – The final RBC Canadian Open Regional Qualifier took place Tuesday at Club de golf de l’Épiphanie in Épiphanie, Que., with 12 players finishing 3-under or better to make it through to the final Monday Qualifier of the 2012 RBC Canadian Open.
A total of 77 players competed over 18 holes of stroke play at Club de golf de l’Épiphanie with the top 12 and ties advancing to the final Monday Qualifier to be held July 23 at Heron Point Golf Links.
David Markle of Shelburne, Ont. posted the low round of the day with a 5-under 67, while six other golfers – Philippe Mongeau of Mascouche, Que., Kevin Senécal of Montreal, Dave Levesque of Sainte-Catherine, Que., Julien Proulx of Quebec City, Brian Churchill-Smith of Oakville, Ont. and Alain Trudeau of Sainte-Julie, Que. – tied for second at 4-under 68. Rounding out the list of golfers advancing to the final Monday Qualifier of the 2012 RBC Canadian Open were Maxime Barré of Granby, Que., Jean-Philip Cornellier of Laval, Que., Patrick Wilson of Sainte-Geneviève, Que., Lindsay Wilson of Australia and Mathieu Perron of Saint-Hubert, Que. who all finished tied for eighth at 3-under 69.
Below are the final results from the 2012 RBC Canadian Open Quebec Regional Qualifier at Club de golf de l’Épiphanie:
1. David Markle, Shelburne, ON, 34-33-67 -5
2. Philippe Mongeau, Mascouche, QC, 33-35-68 -4
2. Kevin Senécal, Montreal, QC, 34-34-68 -4
2. Dave Levesque, Sainte-Catherine, QC, 35-33-68 -4
2. Julien Proulx, Québec, QC, 35-33-68 -4
2. Brian Churchill-Smith, Oakville, ON, 34-34-68 -4
2. Alain Trudeau, Sainte-Julie, QC 35-33-68 -4
8. Maxime Barré, Granby, QC, 35-34-69 -3
8. Jean-Philip Cornellier, Laval, QC, 35-34-69 -3
8. Patrick Wilson, Sainte-Geneviève, QC, 36-33-69 -3
8. Lindsay Wilson, Australia, 34-35-69 -3
8. Mathieu Perron, Saint-Hubert, QC, 36-33-69 -3
Did Not Advance:
13. Christopher Magi, Montreal, QC, 36-35-71 -1
13. Stéphane Dubois, Brantford, ON, 38-33-71 -1
13. Chang Wan Woo, Markham, ON, 35-36-71 -1
16. Marc Hurtubise, Chambly, QC, 39-33-72 E
16. Marc Bourgeois, Dieppe, NB, 37-35-72 E
16. Julien Goulet, St-Roch de l’Achigan, QC, 33-39-72 E
16. Patrick Williams, Toronto, ON, 36-36-72 E
20. Stéphane Lecuyer, Deux-Montagnes, QC, 36-37-73 +1
20. Louis-Pierre Godin, Trois-Rivières, QC, 36-37-73 +1
20. Maxime Lacharité Côté, Candiac, QC, 35-38-73 +1
20. Mathieu Melanson, Grand-Barachois, NB, 35-38-73 +1
20. Beon Yeong Lee, Cote St Luc, QC, 37-36-73 +1
20. Dave Bunker, Woodbridge, ON, 39-34-73 +1
20. Daniel Knight, Montreal, QC 38-35-73 +1
27. Mathieu Barthe, St-Thomas de Joliette, QC, 38-36-74 +2
27. Yanik Laforest, Mirabel, QC, 36-38-74 +2
27. Chris Belair, Blainville, QC 39-35-74 +2
27. Alec Hubert, Ottawa, ON, 34-40-74 +2
31. Éric Laporte, St-Liguori, QC 38-37-75 +3
31. Ryan Nowack, Ottawa, ON, 38-37-75 +3
31. John Foster, Concord, ON, 35-40-75 +3
31. Yuvish Singh, Brampton, ON, 35-40-75 +3
31. Vincent Dumouchel, La Prairie, QC, 34-41-75 +3
31. Louis-Alexandre Pitre, Boischatel, QC, 38-37-75 +3
31. Francis Berthiaume, Valleyfield, 36-39-75 +3
31. Yann Béland, Le Gardeur, QC, 39-36-75 +3
39. Michel Painchaud, Blainville, QC, 37-39-76 +4
39. Raoul Ménard, Ange-Gardien, QC, 37-39-76 +4
39. Craig Dale, East Mountain, NS, 38-38-76 +4
39. Jimmy Jozwiak, Stittsville, ON, 36-40-76 +4
39. Marc-André Champagne, St-Jean, QC, 40-36-76 +4
44. James Ball, Barrie, ON, 39-38-77 +5
44. Patrick Muldoon, Verdun, QC, 38-39-77 +5
44. Marc-Antoine Lamoureux, Marieville, QC, 36-41-77 +5
44. Jeremiah Shields, Ottawa, ON, 40-37-77 +5
44. Rémi Bouchard, Candiac, QC, 38-39-77 +5
44. Matthieu Blouin, Île D’Orléans, QC, 38-39-77 +5
44. Jocelyn Falardeau, L’Assomption, QC, 38-39-77 +5
44. Alain Rioux, Beaumont, QC, 39-38-77 +5
52. Benoit Boudreau, Longueuil, QC, 39-39-78 +6
52. André Massé, Quebec, QC, 38-40-78 +6
52. Jean-Hubert Trahan, Lachenaie, QC, 39-39-78 +6
52. Mike Dagenais, Gatineau, QC, 41-37-78 +6
52. Brian Affleck, New Glasgow, NS, 39-39-78 +6
52. Lucas Duperré Vanden Hecke, Île des Soeurs, QC, 39-39-78 +6
52. John Kelly, Ottawa, ON, 40-38-78 +6
52. Dustin Beauregard, Rouses Point, NY, 40-38-78 +6
52. Alexis Gemme Piacente, Montreal, QC, 42-36-78 +6
61. Scott Foster, Toronto, ON, 39-40-79 +7
61. Denis Girard, L’Assomption, QC, 39-40-79 +7
63. Philippe-André Bannon, Laval, QC 39-41-80 +8
63. Bradley Young, Presque Isle, ME, 42-38-80 +8
65. Brian Bone, Holland Landing, ON, 43-38-81 +9
65. Ben Goheen, Greely, ON, 42-39-81 +9
65. Michael Crapper, Chelsea, QC, 39-42-81 +9
68. Sylvain Leblanc, Verdun, QC, 42-41-83 +11
68. Ryan Hardy, Ottawa, ON, 41-42-83 +11
WD. Jérôme Blais, Magog, QC
WD. Alain Arial, Montreal, QC
WD. Billy Houle, St-Charles-Borromee, QC
WD. Mathieu J. Bélanger, Maskinongé, QC
WD. Steve Foisy, Repentigny, QC
Final qualifying is scheduled for Monday, July 23 at Heron Point Golf Links in Alberton, Ont. (near Hamilton). Participation is limited to those competitors receiving requisite exemptions, or individuals who have qualified through regional qualifying. The event will feature 18 holes of stroke play, with a minimum of four (4) spots directly into the 2012 RBC Canadian Open field. The entry deadline is Monday, July 16.
The qualifying competition is open to members in good standing of the PGA of Canada or other PGA affiliates, amateur golfers (with a current Handicap Factor not to exceed 0) who are members of clubs belonging to Golf Canada or clubs in other countries in good standing with their respective associations, and other golf professionals.
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