Myles Creighton grabs second round lead at CN Future Links Atlantic

Little Rapids, N.L. – CN Future Links Atlantic continued today at Humber Valley Resort in Little Rapids, N.L., and competition remained tough in the second round.

Myles Creighton, 18, of Digby, N.S. grabbed the first place spot from yesterday’s leader, 18-year-old Ian Lewis of Fall River, NS. Creighton shot a 1-over-par 73 today to lead Lewis by one stroke, sitting at a total score of 4-over 148. Lewis now shares second place with Tyler Erb, 17, of Toronto – the pair has shot 5-over-149 over two rounds of play.

18-year-old Rachel Cormier of Rothesay, N.B. continued yesterday’s strong play to retain her lead in the Junior Girls division. Cormier shot an 8-over-par 80 on Tuesday to lead by 13 strokes over Laura Jones, 15, of Berry Mills, N.B. Jones has shot 28-over-172 over two rounds and is followed by 16-year-old Claire Konning of Indian Mountain, N.B. in third with a total score of 30-over-par 174.

The Junior Boys champions of 2014 CN Future Links events earn exemptions into the 2014 Canadian Junior Boys Championship to be contested July 28 – August 1 at the Legends on the Niagara’s Battlefield Course in Niagara Falls, Ont.

The Junior Girls champion from each 2014 CN Future Links Championship earns an exemption into the 2014 Canadian Junior Girls Championship, which runs July 28 – August 1 at Thornhill Golf and Country Club in Thornhill, Ont.

The final round of CN Future Links Atlantic begins tomorrow at 7:30 a.m. UTC. For complete scoring and information, click here.