Canadian Men's Amateur Championship

Nine players earn final spots in 2023 Canadian Men’s Amateur Championship

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10th Tee - The Pulpit Club Photo: Gabriella Best/The Pulpit Club

Caledon, Ont. – The final field is now set for the 118th playing of the Canadian Men’s Amateur Championship, presented by BDO.

Nine players earned the final spots in the field of 264 following Friday’s supplemental qualifier at The Pulpit in Caledon, Ont. The national championship is set to begin on Monday, August 7 with the opening two rounds being played on both courses of The Pulpit Club (The Pulpit and The Paintbrush).

There was a four-way tie for first with Isaiah Ellis (Smithville, Ont.), Patrick Deardorff (Clarkston, Mich.), Matthew Bremer (Burlington, Ont.) and Alex Wilson (Orangeville, Ont.) all shooting rounds of 69, good for 2-under. Mike Kray (Oakville, Ont.) shot an even par, 72 while four players shot 1-over, 72 to round out the nine players that secured their spots on Friday.

The 2023 Canadian Men’s Amateur Champion receives an exemption into the 2024 RBC Canadian Open at Hamilton Golf and Country Club in Hamilton, Ont. and the 2023 U.S. Amateur Championship taking place at the Cherry Hills Country Club in Cherry Hills Village, Colo. from August 14-20.

For the full player field competing in the 2023 Canadian Men’s Amateur Championship, presented by BDO, please click here.

2023 Canadian Men’s Amateur Championship Supplemental Qualifier Results

T1Isaiah Ellis (Smithville, Ont.)-269
T1Patrick Deardorff (Clarkston, Mich.)-269
T1Matthew Bremer (Burlington, Ont.)-269
T1Alex Wilson (Orangeville, Ont.)-269
5Mike Kray (Oakville, Ont.)E71
T6Jack Hamilton (Wayne, Pa.)+172
T6Gregor Lawson (Orangeville, Ont.)+172
T6Tristan Nelko (Plymouth, Minn.)+172
T6Colin Wright (Hamilton, Ont.)+172

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