(Cowansville) Aeolia Delisle plays its last provincial championship in the junior ranks. And she landed the golf club Cowansville, she is a member, aiming for a place in the top-10. But then its performance first two rounds instead allow him to expect a place inside the top-5.
Just like the day before, the athlete of 18 shot a 80, eight strokes above normal, which ranks eighth among the 38 players registered after the first two rounds. The final round, both in boys than in girls, will be held Friday.
“Overall, I master my shots and I’m happy with my game so far, explained Aeolia the 19th hole Thursday. The land is in excellent condition, which makes life easier for everyone. ”
Aeolia parents have a cottage in the area and live the remaining time in Sainte-Julie. The one who plays golf in the summer and winter skiing practice is studying at Collège André-Grasset in Montreal.
“Golf is becoming more and more space in my life, she resumed. And my medium-term objective is to be part of the Carabins Golf team from the University of Montreal and become a good golfer on the university circuit. ”
An excellent student, Aeolia wants to become a doctor. The kind of girl, in short, who knows where she is going in life.
“I have touched many sports in my life. Before golfing and skiing, I played basketball and beach volleyball. My parents always encouraged me to try many things. But golf seems to be truly the sport for me. ”
It is driven by Pierre Dugas, who sees a beautiful talent in it.
His best result in life is a round of 70, at Heriot successful club Saint-Nicephore. It was last month at a tournament of the Golf Association of the Eastern Townships. “Generally, I play well this summer,” she finished.
Paré and Chungtoujours head
Having shot a 73 Thursday Noémie Paré, Victoriaville club, still leads with a total of 145, one stroke above normal after two rounds. Celeste is ahead Dao (Summerlea) and Emily Romancew (Elm Ridge) by three strokes.
Mathilde Denicourt, the club of Saint-Césaire, played 85 Thursday for a cumulative of 166 after two rounds. It shares 12th place with two other players.
In boys, Cullen Chung, Royal Montreal, still leads after playing 73 Thursday for a total of 214 (two under par) after three rounds.
The best player in the region remains Laurent Desmarchais, club Cowansville, who played 76 Thursday and that shows a cumulative 226. He shares eighth place with two other players.