Sudbury, ON – Oscar Feschuk (Weston Golf & Country Club Ltd.) rightfully wins the 2022 Ontario Junior Boys Championship after shooting 3-under (69) in the final round from Timberwolf Golf Club. Feschuk began the day three strokes back from his groupmate Cameron Pero (Picton Golf & Country Club). However, Feschuk quickly addressed the three-stroke deficit, as he would sink two birdie putts on the first two holes. Feschuk would gain even more momentum after another birdie on the 9th, giving him a single-stroke lead over Pero heading onto the back nine. Feschuk would continue to build off this momentum for the rest of the round, gaining four more strokes and securing his first tournament win.
In addition, another notable player in today’s round is Bronze Medal winner Matthew Javier (Scarboro Golf & Country Club). Javier finished today’s round 3-under (69) and continues his hot streak with his second, third-place finish in two championship tournaments.
Pero, a Team Ontario member, had a fantastic tournament and put up three consecutive 68’s in rounds one, two and three. This week, he was a delight to watch and couldn’t have been more supportive of his friend Oscar as he received his championship trophy.
Golf Ontario would like to thank the players, staff, and volunteers for supporting the Ontario Junior Boys Championship. As well, a huge thank you to Timberwolf Golf Club for hosting this incredible centennial event. Lastly, a huge thanks to our sponsors and partners; Adidas, Taylor Made, Golf Talk Canada, Play Golf Myrtle Beach, Humber College, StrackaLine, HUB International, BioSteel, Golf Genius, Modern Golf, Dormie, Durham Artificial Grass, Foresight Sports Canada, Baka, Nikon, and Sport Travel. We’re extremely grateful for your continued support.
Full field results of the Ontario Junior Boys Championship are HERE.
About the Ontario Junior (U19) Boys’ Championship
First contested in 1923, the Ontario Junior (U19) Boys’ Championship is open to male golfers 18 years of age and under, who have earned entry through one of our qualifiers held across the province, or earned exemptions from prior achievements. The event consists of 72 holes of stroke play competition. Past winners of the event include: Gerry Kesselring, Gary Cowan, Stu Hamilton, Mike Weir, Jon Mills and Albin Choi.
About Golf Ontario
Golf Ontario is Ontario’s Provincial Sport Organization focused on enhancing participation, elevating performance, and supporting the passion of golfers in Ontario. With over 100,000 individual members and 500 member clubs, Golf Ontario is one of the largest golf associations in the world. From rating courses and keeping the integral rules of the game intact to growing the game at the grassroots level and hosting the best amateur tournaments in Canada, Golf Ontario is a passionate group dedicated to Shaping Lives Through Golf.