Davison wins the GolfBC Championship for second title of the season

Callum Davison is the first two-time Mackenzie Tour – PGA TOUR Canada winner this season, winning the GolfBC Championship with a four-round total of 14-under, two shots better than Yi Cao.

Davison takes the lead in Kelowna

Friday’s action at the GolfBC Championship at Gallagher’s Canyon Golf Club began with a five-way tie for the lead, but through 54 holes everybody is chasing Callum Davison heading into Saturday’s final round. The Duncan, British Columbia, native shot a 3-under round of 68 to get to 11-under, taking a one-shot lead over Brendan Leonard.

Brault rockets to the first-round lead in Kelowna

Etienne Brault enjoyed a mistake-free round to kick off the GolfBC Championship, the first of two stops on the BC Golf Swing to finish the 2021 Mackenzie Tour – PGA TOUR Canada season.

 Du Toit captures ATB Financial Classic in his hometown

Du Toit captures ATB Financial Classic in his hometown

Jared du Toit came up clutch, winning the ATB Financial Classic by one shot over fellow Calgarian, Wes Heffernan. Playing in the second-to-last group of the day, du Toit collected three birdies on the back nine, including a 20-footer on No. 18, to hold off Heffernan who also made a birdie on the last.

Calgary’s Heffernan takes lead in his hometown

Calgary’s Heffernan takes lead in his hometown

Wes Heffernan’s putter was on fire Friday in the second round of the ATB Financial Classic. The Calgary native rolled home nine birdies over a 12-hole stretch in the middle of his round, finishing with a 7-under round of 64.

Barnett leads, du Toit and Stefureak one shot back in Calgary

Barnett leads, du Toit and Stefureak one shot back in Calgary

Will Barnett had the putter working in the opening round of the ATB Financial Classic. The Australian birdied eight holes at the Country Hills Golf Club’S Talons Course to take a one-stroke lead over Kimberley, British Columbia’s Jared du Toit and Craig Stefureak of Caledonia, Ontario.

Menard wins inaugural Elk Ridge Open

Coming into the final round with a five-shot lead, Raoul Menard got off to a rough start, making bogeys on three of his first four holes. However, the Angie-Gardien, Quebec, native got things back on track, winning the Elk Ridge Open by four shots with a three-round total of 9-under, good victory over Toronto’s Sebastian Szirmak.

Menard seizes control in Saskatchewan

Raoul Menard was nearly flawless Friday, shooting a 5-under round of 65 to take a commanding lead after two rounds of the Elk Ridge Open. After recording his first bogey of the tournament, on No. 3, his 12th hole of the day, the Angie-Gardien, Quebec, native responded making birdies on four of the next five holes. His 8-under total is good for a five-shot lead over Brendan Leonard.

Nine-birdie round vaults Davison into the lead on the Island

Nine-birdie round vaults Davison into the lead on the Island

Callum Davison birdied his first hole of the day and didn’t stop there. The Duncan, British Columbia, native made nine birdies, shooting an 8-under round of 64 to move into a one-shot lead over Baptiste Mory after two rounds of the Brudenell River Classic.

Goss is the boss on day one at Brudenell

Goss is the boss on day one at Brudenell

Toronto’s Riley Goss got off to a fast start in the first round of the 54-hole Brudenell River Classic, shooting an 8-under round of 64, good for a one-shot lead over Baptiste Mory and Anthony Brodeur.

Blair and Mayo tied for the lead at Dundarave

Blair and Mayo tied for the lead at Dundarave

Michael Blair of Ancaster, Ontario, shot a 6-under 66 in Thursday’s second round of the Prince Edward Island Open and is tied for the lead with Joey Mayo at 9-under, two shots ahead of Otto Black.

Fast start on the Island for Mayo and Sear

Fast start on the Island for Mayo and Sear

Joey Mayo had a clean scorecard in Wednesday’s opening round of the Prince Edward Island Open. The American from Paducah, Kentucky, playing in his first career Mackenzie Tour – PGA TOUR Canada tournament, birdied six holes at Dundarave Golf Course for a 6-under round of 66. He is tied for the lead with Victoria, BC’s Maxwell Sear. American Samuel Anderson is alone in third, a shot back.

Steele takes control at TPC Toronto

It was a pedestrian front nine for Noah Steele in the third round of the Osprey Valley Open, following a first-hole birdie with eight straight pars. But the back nine was a different story.

Amateurs lead the pack at Mackenzie Tour Toronto

In a field of 144 players, two amateurs are stealing the show after two rounds of the Osprey Valley Open on the Heathlands course at TPC Toronto.

Leonard wins season-opening event in Blainville

Leonard wins season-opening event in Blainville

Brendan Leonard began the day tied for third, five shots off the lead but the Cambridge, Ontario, native made clutch birdies Sunday to win the Mackenzie Investments Open, the first tournament on the 2021 Mackenzie Tour.

Bursey starts strong at Mackenzie Investments Open

Bursey starts strong at Mackenzie Investments Open

Starting in the first group of the day, Blair Bursey set the pace, firing a 6-under 66 for a two-shot lead at the Mackenzie Investments Open, which marks the first stop on the 2021 Mackenzie Tour – PGA TOUR Canada schedule.

Four stacked up atop leaderboard in Washington

Four stacked up atop leaderboard in Washington

After 36 holes at the final Forme Tour Qualifying Tournament of 2021, four players share the lead through 36 holes, with the eventual winner earning exempt status for the entire inaugural season of the new circuit.

Cover captures medalist honors with final-round 65

Cover captures medalist honors with final-round 65

It was 224 days ago that Patrick Cover sat on the patio outside the clubhouse at Callaway Gardens Resort. He had just shot a 63 in the final round of the LOCALiQ Series’ Classic at Callaway Gardens. Without scoreboards visible, for a fleeting moment he thought he may have won the tournament or perhaps earned a spot in a playoff. Neither happened as Cover came up a stroke short of both Stoney Crouch and Hayden Shieh. Friday, Cover stood on the same patio.