Golf (M) news
The McGill Golf Teams closed out their 2010 fall schedule at the QSSF Championships, Oct. 4-6. The event, hosted by Universite de Montreal, was held at the prestigious Laval sur le Lac Golf Club in Laval.
La Fédération québécoise du sport étudiant a dévoilé les étoiles et honneurs individuels en golf universitaire à la suite du championnat provincial tenu en début de semaine au Club de golf Laval-sur-le-Lac.
Under extremely adverse weather conditions, both the McGill men's and women's golf teams had difficulty mastering the course at the Concordia Open, the second Quebec university tournament of the fall season, Sept. 18-19. The event was held at the Victorien Golf Club in Mirabel.
The McGill varsity golf team finished eighth of 12 teams in their first event of the season at the Milby golf club, in the Andre Pelletier tournament hosted by the Universite de Sherbrooke, Sept 18-19.
McGill University's Mélissa Coré of Beaconsfield, Que., settled for a 20-over par score of 236 after three rounds to finish 12th overall and 13 strokes behind the leader at the 2010 Canadian collegiate golf championship at Kingswood Park. The championship was shortened to 54 holes after heavy rainfall on Thursday that rendered the course unplayable and forced the cancellation of the final round.
McGill's Mélissa Coré of Beaconsfield, Que., sits 12th overall with a 20 over par score of 236 after Wednesday's third round at the 2010 Canadian collegiate championship. Whle the women's round was completed, the men were not as lucky and their play was suspended due to darkness.
Mélissa Coré, a member of the McGill University women's golf team, will be competing at the eighth annual Canadian collegiate championships at Kingswood Park in Fredericton, N.B., May 30 to June 3. The 23-year-old native of Beaconsfield, Que., is one of 156 golfers, 56 of them women (including 12 from Quebec institutions), who have qualified for the event, sponsored by Golf Canada.
McGill's Mélissa Coré of Beaconsfield, Que., is one of 11 student-athletes selected to represent Canada at the 13th FISU world university golf championships in Antequera, Spain, June 7-11, 2010.
McGill's Melissa Coré of Beaconsfield, Que., shot scores of 81 and 78 on a difficult course under cold and windy conditions over the weekend to win the QSSF's second golf tournament of the season and lead the McGill Martlets to their first-ever intercollegiate golf tourney victory with a first-place finish at Le Marthelinois in Trois-Rivieres, Que.
Melissa Coré, a post-graduate student from Beaconsfield, Que., shot identical four-over par rounds of 77 to finish second of 26 women and led the McGill Martlets golf team to come in second of five teams at the opening Quebec university tournament at the Milby Golf Club in Lennoxville over the weekend.
McGill's Melissa Coré of Beaconsfield, Que., shot a 10-over par 82 on Friday to finish eighth overall at the Canadian collegiate golf championship at King’s Forest Golf Course, in Hamilton, Ont.
Canada’s top University and College golfers will convene at King’s Forest Golf Course in Hamilton, Ont. from May 25-29 to compete in the seventh playing of the Canadian University/College Championship, conducted by the Royal Canadian Golf Association.
Melissa Coré of Beaconsfield, Que., became the second woman in McGill history to win an intercollegiate golf tournament, capturing the Eastern Canadian Invitational crown at the Club Du Moulin in St. Louis de France on the outskirts of Trois-Rivières, May 16-17.
Mathieu Belanger shot a two-round score of 145 as Laval captured the Quebec university men’s golf championship at Les Dunes golf course in Sorel-Tracey, Que., Sept. 27-29.
A McGill University foursome sits 16th overall with a combined 24-over par score of 309 after Day 1 of the Canadian University and College Golf Championships at Cordova Bay Golf Course in Victoria, B.C. The University of British Columbia leads the team competition with a 9-under par 275.