David Lang (Donalda) captures Ontario Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship

Stouffville, ON – More favourable temperatures at Spring Lakes GC for the final round of the 2022 Nicola Wealth Ontario Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship brought out the lowest scores of the week.

In the last group of the day, both David Lang (Donalda Club) and Cameron Burke (Golf Canada Club) were tied for the lead heading onto 18. Both competitors fired beautiful approach shots and had great looks left for birdie. Burke, unfortunately, couldn’t capitalize on his birdie putt which provided Lang with a huge opening to take it all. Lang took advantage of this opportunity and sank his 12-foot putt to secure the win at the 2022 Ontario Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship. Brett Walker (Burlington Golf & Country Club) had a dominating 10 birdies on his round, finishing his day at 7-under (65) and tied for third at 2-under (214).

In the Mid-Master Division, there was some fluctuation in the leaderboard over the final round. Ashley Chinner (Coppinwood Golf Club), who began the day as sole leader, would lag behind Mike Dinner (Glencairn Golf Club) on the front nine but would recover back and finish the round 1-under (216).

Golf Ontario would like to thank the players, staff, and volunteers for their support of the Nicola Wealth Ontario Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship. Thank you to Spring Lakes Golf Club and their staff for hosting this wonderful competition. Lastly, a huge thank you 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 always grateful for all your continued support.

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About the Ontario Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship

Since 1993, the Ontario Men’s Mid-Amateur championship has proven to be one of Ontario’s most sought-after and important Championship titles. The 54-hole competition caters to Ontario’s best golfers age 25 and older that have gained entry into the event through qualifying tournaments or an exemption.

Despite its young history, the championship has developed a notable list of past champions including Garrett Rank (2015, 2018) and Golf Hall of Fame members Stu Hamilton (1993, 1998), Kelly Roberts (1997), Dave Bunker (2007, 2011, 2014, 2021).

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 95,000 individual members and 400 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.

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