Luke Lacey – Golf NB
The 2018 RBC Dominion Securities NB Men’s Amateur will see the 72-hole competition include 76 participants in the field compete for the amateur and mid-amateur championship.
The Amateur Division features participants under the age of 25 and promises to have no lack of competition with a number of highly ranked junior players recently graduating to the amateur ranks. Joining the field is 2017 East Coast Junior Champion, 2017 Team NB Canada Games and 2017 Team NB Boys Nationals Runner-up Team Member Stuart Earle of Westfield as well as 2017 NB Junior Boys Champion Sam Reid of Royal Oaks who was a teammate of Earle’s at both Nationals and Canada Games. Absent from this year’s event are Corey McMinniman of Fredericton Golf Club and Calvin Ross of JH Sports who finished 3rd and T-4 in last year’s event.
Returning to the field for this year’s event is 2017 RBC Dominion Securities Men’s Amateur and Mid-Amateur Champion, Darren Roach. Roach looks to capture his second consecutive Amateur Championship at his home course of The Riverside Country Club. Also returning is 2017 runner up, Mike Landry of the Fredericton Golf Club who looks to once again put the pressure on Darren Roach and battle for the title. Edward Reevey returns to the event at his home club and is looking to improve on his third-place finish, also returning are Stu Musgrave and Greg Jones of Country Meadows, Tony MacKinnon of Fredericton and Colin Manning of Moncton.
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The title sponsor of the 2018 NB Men’s Amateur Championship is once again RBC Dominion Securities. RBC Dominion Securities was introduced as the title sponsor for the NB Amateur Championship in 2007. RBC Dominion Securities has been Canada’s premier provider of Investment Advice since 1901. With offices in Fredericton, Moncton, Saint John and Sussex, RBC Dominion Securities offers New Brunswick investors and businesses superior access to the most comprehensive wealth management services in the province.
Golf New Brunswick (Golf NB), a not for profit organization founded in 1934, is the official governing body for amateur golf in New Brunswick. In January of 2006, the New Brunswick Golf Association (NBGA) officially merged with the New Brunswick Ladies Golf Association (NBLGA), resulting in one united governing body for amateur golf in the province. Programs offered by Golf NB to its 10,000 members include: 12 provincial events, rules of golf education, course rating and handicap services, junior golf development programs and member club marketing initiatives.