The Canadian Amateur Championship , begun in , is the men's amateur golf championship of Canada. It is staged annually by Golf Canada. It was played at match play until , went to stroke play beginning in , and reverted to match play in In conjunction with the meeting, the first men's amateur championship was staged, at match play, with the Governor General , Lord Aberdeen , donating a trophy, the Aberdeen Cup, to the champion. Thomas Harley of Kingston, Ontario won the first championship.
2008 LIGA Amateur Stroke Play Championship - Plandome
French Men's Amateur Stroke Play Championship (Murat Cup)
Kevin Lucas and Ben Geyer share the hole tournament record with a score of under-par Format: 18 holes qualifying. Championship play is 54 holes of stroke play 18 holes per day. After 36 holes the field will be cut to 40 players and ties. Players who reached the quarterfinals of the CGA in the previous year are also exempt. Each exempt player is required to submit an entry prior to the closing date.
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Playing on a Links golf course in the north of Wales is testing at the best of times, non more so than over this weekend. The event was won convincingly by Englishman, Chris Wood. He finished six shots clear of the field with a 72 hole total of , one over par.