October 6, 2014
It was a trying week to settle the winner of the Investors Group Ontario Women’s Amateur Championship. Record high temperatures and a challenge in the form of the underrated Seguin Valley Golf Club near Parry Sound served to identify a champion. A talented one emerged victorious.
London, Ontario's Ellie Szeryk matched the 2015 feat of her older sister Maddie and won the Championship. The Team Canada National Development Team member and Texas A&M commit closed the week with a 74 to win the title by a margin of five shots.
“It will be really nice, to continue putting our name on the trophy," shared 16 year-old Szeryk about the family win. "I’ll be able to go to her and tell her I won it before her, age-wise."
It was a wire-to-wire win for Szeryk who was also the Ontario Junior Girls' Champion in 2017.
Szeryk went 72-74-74-74 (294) for a total of 294 (10 over par). For the final round, she breezed through the front nine at par (36), with two bogeys and two birdies, and was +3 on the back nine with four bogeys and a birdie.
Ellie is proud to be a part of Team Canada’s National Development squad and said…
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