Proteau, Little vie for titles at Canadian Women’s Mid-Amateurs

Judith Kyrinis won three national titles—mid-amateur, mid-master and senior—with a 4-under 68 in her final round.

Port Alberni golfer Christina Proteau could not stop a hot Judith Kyrinis in her attempt to capture a fifth Canadian Women’s Mid-Amateur title last weekend at Wolf Creek Golf Resort in Ponoka, AB.

Kyrinis won three national titles—mid-amateur, mid-master and senior—with a 4-under 68 in her final round.

Proteau finished with a 7-over 223 on the weekend to finish third in the mid-amateur.

Jackie Little of Port Alberni finished sixth in the mid-master and senior divisions respectively, and ninth in the mid-amateur with a 16-over combined total of 232.

Little was a member of Team BC that finished third in the inter-provincial team competition.

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