Jasmine Ly (Players Club Windsor) captures Ontario Women’s Amateur

North York, ON – A large crowd gathered around the 18th green to watch the thrilling showdown between Jasmine Ly (Golf Ontario Member) and Joline Truong (Mississaugua G&CC) as the two players were tied for first place coming down the stretch. Ly showed the better finishing kick as she birdied the 17th and 18th  to claim the title at the 108th Ontario Women’s Amateur Championship.

Truong took second place while Erin Kim (Golf Ontario Member) finished third. Ly, Truong, and Sydney Naro, who tied for 4th, will represent Ontario as the Interprovincial team at the Canadian Women’s Amateur Championship later this summer in Halifax, Nova Scotia

Jasmine Ly (Golf Ontario Member) graciously acknowledged the collective efforts that contributed to the seamless execution of the tournament, Ly expressed her gratitude to the volunteers for their hard work, Golf Ontario for orchestrating this event, and Donalda Club for hosting. Most importantly Ly thanked her father for being her caddy for the tournament.

To view results and leaderboard please visit the HERE.

About the Women’s Amateur Championship

First played in 1904, the Ontario Women’s Amateur Championship is Ontario’s oldest provincial championship and is the pinnacle of women’s golf in the province. 96 players will compete from across Ontario in a 72-hole stroke play format.

The Women’s Amateur has produced a rich history of champions throughout the tournament’s long and cherished existence. Past winners include  Sandra Post (1964), Alena Sharp (1989), Jennifer Kirby (2009, 2010), Augusta James (2011), Brittany Marchand (2012), Brooke Henderson (2014), Maddie Szeryk and Brigitte Thibault (2019). World, Canadian and Ontario Golf Hall of Fame member, Marlene Stewart Streit, holds the record for the most titles with 11 (’51, ’56, ’57, ’58, ’68, ’69, ’70, ’72, ’74, ’76, and ’77).

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