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McMillan sitting pretty after second round of golf tournament

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Winnipeg’s Ryan McMillan is sitting in a medal position at the halfway point of the Canada Summer Games golf tournament.

McMillan opened with a 69 on Tuesday and followed it up with a 72 on Wednesday. That puts him in second place among 33 golfers, five shots back of Quebec’s Christopher Charles Vandette. Manitoba teammate Zach Wytinck is in 13th after rounds of 74-76. The third member of the men’s squad, Morden’s Spencer Norrie, is 24th overall after consecutive rounds of 78.

Overall, the Manitoba men are in fourth place with two rounds left to play at Southwood Golf and Country Club. They are a combined 11 shots behind Quebec, which is leading the event. Manitoba is just four shots back of British Columbia for second place and three back of third-place Alberta.

On the women’s side, Winnipeg’s Camryn Roadley is 12th out of 31 golfers after rounds of 75-81, 13 shots off the lead. Erickson’s Bobbi Uhl is right behind her in 13th with rounds of 74-85, while Winnipegger Rebecca Kuik is 18th after consecutive 84s.

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Hey there, time traveller!
This article was published 9/8/2017 (317 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.

Winnipeg’s Ryan McMillan is sitting in a medal position at the halfway point of the Canada Summer Games golf tournament.

McMillan opened with a 69 on Tuesday and followed it up with a 72 on Wednesday. That puts him in second place among 33 golfers, five shots back of Quebec’s Christopher Charles Vandette. Manitoba teammate Zach Wytinck is in 13th after rounds of 74-76. The third member of the men’s squad, Morden’s Spencer Norrie, is 24th overall after consecutive rounds of 78.

WAYNE GLOWACKI / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS</p><p>Ryan McMillan chips out of the rough on Wednesday. After two rounds, he’s sitting in second place.</p></p>

WAYNE GLOWACKI / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

Ryan McMillan chips out of the rough on Wednesday. After two rounds, he’s sitting in second place.

Overall, the Manitoba men are in fourth place with two rounds left to play at Southwood Golf and Country Club. They are a combined 11 shots behind Quebec, which is leading the event. Manitoba is just four shots back of British Columbia for second place and three back of third-place Alberta.

On the women’s side, Winnipeg’s Camryn Roadley is 12th out of 31 golfers after rounds of 75-81, 13 shots off the lead. Erickson’s Bobbi Uhl is right behind her in 13th with rounds of 74-85, while Winnipegger Rebecca Kuik is 18th after consecutive 84s.

As a team, Manitoba women are in fourth place. But they sit 15 strokes behind Ontario, which currently holds down the bronze medal position.

Play continues today and Friday.

— Mike McIntyre

Mike McIntyre

Mike McIntyre
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Mike McIntyre grew up wanting to be a professional wrestler. But when that dream fizzled, he put all his brawn into becoming a professional writer.

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