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UPDATE: July 12 - 8:00 p.m.

Hayden Delaloye of Neepawa shot a final-round 77 after back-to-back 75s and finished in a tie for ninth place. An outstanding performance it was for Delaloye, who will begin his collegiate career in the fall.

Jackson Delaurier struggled on the final day and dropped 13 places as a result to finish in 17th. The Dauphin golfer shot an 85 on Friday.

Boston Karlson saved his best for last as he fired a final-round 80, his best in the tournament. Karlson finished in a tie for 30th. Linden Smigelsky; meanwhile, fell six spots as he finished in 49th place.

Zostrianos Gross struggled shooting a 78 in the final round, but it was still enough. Gross held on for a one-stroke victory to claim the men's championship, his first time doing so.

On the women's side, it was a great bounce back round for Crystal Zamzow of Swan River. She shot a round of 83 which is five fewer strokes than yesterday. 

Zamzow finished in eighth place.

Addison Kartusch is again a provincial champion.

The St. Charles Country Club member finished with a three-round score of plus-5 in winning the event by three strokes. 

UPDATE: July 11 - 4:00 p.m.

Jackson Delaurier had a good sleep, had a great warmup, and put himself right into contention at the Niakwa Golf and Country Club.

The Dauphin golfer, who won the Gary Brandon Memorial Tournament in May, posted an impressive even-par round of 72 on Thursday afternoon. Following up his 77 on Wednesday, Jackson sank two birdies on his front nine on Thursday before back-to-back bogies to start his back nine.

Then following three straight pars on 12, 13, and 14, Jackson caught fire. He had three birdies in a row on 15, 16, and 17 before a par on 18. Delaurier jumped up four spots into a tie for seventh. 

Hayden Delaloye of Neepawa had an eagle and one birdie as he shot another 75, following up on his 75 from Wednesday. Hayden finds himself in a tie for ninth. Boston Karlson of Dauphin improved his 83 on Wednesday by posting an 82 today. He moved up six spots and is now in a tie for 28th.

Linden Smigelsky of Dauphin shot a 92 on Thursday and dropped nine spots into a tie for 43rd. 

UPDATE: July 11 - 1:10 p.m.

It wasn't the day that Crystal Zamzow was looking for on day two. The Swan River star who won last year's provincial championship carded just one birdie and finished with an 88.

Sitting in ninth place entering Friday's final round, Zamzow is just three strokes back of seventh place. Zamzow won this event two times over the past four years. 

Addison Kartusch is in a great spot to win her second provincial title in the past three years.

After carding a second-round 75 paired with a 70 in round one, Kartusch is five strokes ahead of Jeri Lafleche, who spends time at Clear Lake during the summer. Kartusch is at one-over after 36 holes. Cala Korman is eight strokes back after rounds of 77 and 76. 

Addison won the championship in 2022. 


After a bumpy start, Hayden Delaloye ended on fire.

Competing in round one of Golf Manitoba's Junior Boys' Provincial Championships, the Neepawa golfer ended with a three-over, 75. Hayden shot a 40 on his first nine holes before shooting a two-under, 35 on his back nine. Hayden finished with three straight birdies and had four overall on his back nine.

It was also the perfect finish for Jackson Delaurier of Dauphin. He made birdie on 18 to cap off a five-over, 77. 

Boston Karlson had one birdie on his scorecard and ended with an 11-over, 83. Linden Smigelsky, also of Dauphin, shot an identical 11-over, 83. 

Crystal Zamzow of Swan River shot a 10-over, 82. 

Round two starts Thursday morning.