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Darren Zary  •  Saskatoon StarPhoenix

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Jul 10, 2020  •   •  5 minute read

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While Saskatchewan’s junior golfers continue to play competitive golf, there’s been a bit of a blip in Golf Saskatchewan’s provincial championship schedule.

Thursday was supposed to be the start of the 2020 Amateur Women’s provincial championship at the Willows Golf and Country Club and the start of Golf Saskatchewan’s 2020 championship schedule.

Instead, the event has been rescheduled for July 21-23 and moved to The Legends Golf Club in Warman to be held in conjunction with the Saskatchewan Amateur and Mid-Am men’s provincial championships at the same time.

“With the COVID-19 items and people being comfortable, with some anticipated lower numbers, it did make sense to potentially piggy-back so it has been moved to the Legends to play coinciding with the Amateur Men’s and Mid-Amateur Men’s,” Golf Saskatchewan executive director Brian Lee explained Thursday.

“It just seemed to be a very good fit and The Legends was very accommodating and our group is looking forward to going out to The Legends in two weeks time.”

Also, the Saskatchewan senior men’s and women’s golf championships will be moved from Prince Albert’s Cooke Municipal to Yorkton’s Deer Park.

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Meanwhile, junior golfers continue to be busy during these COVID times.

Another Maple Leaf Junior Tour event wrapped up this week, this one at Tor Hill in Regina.

It’s a final tune-up prior to the Saskatchewan Junior golf championships next week, July 14-16, at the Elmwood Golf Club in Swift Current.

At Tor Hill, Wawota’s Theoren West emerged as the junior boys winner — perhaps a bit of a surprise — with a two-round score of 147 (73-74).

Sarah Grieve, of Saskatoon, won a second straigh

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