It was a tough week for all the competitors at the eGolf Tour Savannah Quarters Classic in Georgia. High winds and cool temperatures eventually shortened the tournament to 54 holes today, taking away the chance for two regional players to climb the leaderboard.
Former Manotick resident Brad Fritsch made the cut after scores of 71 and 76 but a 3rd round 75 left him in a tie for 56th place. The total earned the former Nationwide Tour player (USD) $1,185.
Kingstonian Matt McQuillan, coming off a tie for tenth last week strung together rounds of 70-75-71 to catch a piece of 19th place at level par. That earned him (USD) $2,706.
The tournament winner was American Robert Castro who made a birdie on the last hole to get to 7 under par to secure the first place prize of (USD) $34,459.
Also in the field of 204 and making the cut was another Canadian, David Morland. The former PGA Tour player from North Bay tied for 62nd.