Qureshi, Pero topped champions at NextGen Quebec Championship

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HEMMINGFORD, Que. – Cameron Pero wasn’t driving 4 hours from his hometown of Bloomfield, Ont., to Hemmingford, Que., for some other cause however to win the NextGen Quebec Championship. And that he did.

The Crew Ontario member had already secured his spot on the Canadian Junior Boys Championships later this summer time with a T2 end on the NextGen Ontario Championship and took his recreation one step additional this week in Quebec, ending atop the leaderboard.  

Pero joined Yasmine Qureshi – champion of the Junior Ladies division – within the winner’s circle at Membership de Golf Hemmingford on Thursday afternoon after every mounting comebacks of their very own within the ultimate spherical of the regional junior occasion south of Montreal.

Matthew Javier took a 36-hole two-stroke lead into day three of the 54-hole event, however the benefit was brief lived when the ultimate pairing set sail on Thursday. Momentum swung in Pero’s favour within the early levels of the spherical and after simply 4 holes, he held the outright lead.

Javier, who earned a runner-up end on the NextGen Prairie Championship earlier in June, received again on stage phrases along with his counterpart with a birdie on no. 5 however that was as shut because the Toronto, Ont. native would get. Pero regained full management of the lead with a birdie on no. 6 and after bogeys on no. 9 and no. 11, the Miami College commit steadied the ship en path to a ultimate spherical one-under par 71.

The Picton Golf & Nation Membership member’s win in Quebec is his second profession NextGen title after taking dwelling the honours on the NextGen Fall Collection East Championship in 2021.

Qureshi fired the low spherical of the week, a four-under 68 within the second spherical of the competitors however nonetheless wanted each considered one of her seven birdies on Wednesday to earn victory. The Ville de Québec native dug herself a deep gap with a gap spherical 10-over par 82, however climbed her means again to the floor in spherical two, after which leaped onto the rostrum with a ultimate spherical 76 to win by one stroke over Shauna Liu (Maple, Ont.)

Qureshi, out of Membership de golf de Lorette, trailed Keira Hou (Richmond Hill, Ont.) by three strokes when making the activate Thursday however completed sturdy with an even-par 36 coming in, to seize the title. Hou, who lead or co-lead all through the whole event, dropped 4 strokes on her ultimate three holes and fell into third place.

Hou’s youthful sister Katherine was additionally within the subject in Hemmingford and posted a T7 end to e-book her ticket to the Canadian Junior Ladies Championship later this summer time, alongside her sister Keira.

Click on right here for full outcomes of the 2022 NextGen Quebec Championship.

Together with Qureshi, the highest eight gamers (together with ties) within the Junior Ladies division have earned exemptions into the 2022 Canadian Junior Ladies Championship going down July 25-29 at The Marshes Golf Membership in Ottawa, Ont.

1 Yasmine Qureshi (Québec, Que.)
2 Shauna Liu (Maple, Ont.)
3 Keira Hou (Richmond Hill, Ont.)
T4 Aryn Matthews (Little Britain, Ont.)
T4 Genevieve Jobin-Colgan (Québec, Que.)
6 Anne-Léa Lavoie (Québec, Que.)
T7 Morgan Greatest (Pointe-Claire, Que.)
T7 Katherine Hou (Richmond Hill, Ont.)
T7 Mackenzie Cloutier (Mirabel, Que.)

From the Junior Boys division, the highest eight gamers have earned exemptions into the 2022 Canadian Junior Boys Championship, August 6-10, at Rivershore Estates & Golf Hyperlinks in Kamloops, British Columbia.

1 Cameron Pero (Bloomfield, Ont.)
2 Matthew Javier (Toronto, Ont.)
3 Gavin Ives (Halifax, N.S.)
4 Justin Grimard (Deux-Montagnes, Que.)
T5 Anthony Jomphe (Chicoutimi, Que.)
T5 Guillaume Paquette (La Minerve, Que.)
T7 Antoine Jasmin (Blainville, Que.)
T7 Isaiah Ibit (Orleans, Ont.)

In regards to the NextGen Championships collection, fueled by JOURNIE Rewards

The NextGen Championships, fueled by JOURNIE Rewards is a high-performance junior golf collection which totals eight competitions. From Might to July, six championships will happen throughout Canada the place the area’s greatest junior golfers will compete to earn exemptions into their respective 2022 nationwide championships. NextGen Championships present junior gamers a possibility to develop and showcase their abilities on the highest stage of event golf. 

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