Shell Lake’s Brooklin Fry won the Saskatchewan Junior Golf Title in a dominant performance at the Moon Lake Golf and Country Club, finishing the third and final day of competition 11 strokes up on her next-closest competitor.
The 13-year-old shot her third-straight round of 83 to secure the provincial title with a three-day total of 249.
“I just had to make sure I was playing my best because we don’t play with everybody, so you don’t know what they shoot,” she was quoted as saying in a press release.
“I just tried my best to get to the top.
Fry will lead Saskatchewan into the National Championships, which will be held from July 31 to Aug. 3 in B.C.
To be eligible for provincials, golfers had to be 18 or younger as of Aug. 1 of this year.
On the men’s side, Saskatoon’s Josh Nagy beat out 53 golfers, posting a three-round score of 223 to take the provincial title.
The top Prince Albert finisher was TJ Baker, who shot 238 over three days to tie for 10th place.