Mary Ann Hayward wins Ontario Women’s Mid Amateur for 15th time

North York, ON – Mary-Ann Hayward (St. Thomas G&CC) shot 77 in the final round at Donalda Club but it was enough to win the Ontario Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship for a record fifteenth time.

Golf Ontario team member Alexandra Taylor (Cherry Hill Club) took home second place. Jessica Levy (Donalda Club), Elizabeth Tong (Ladies’ Golf Club of Toronto), and Meredith Fairbairn (Cutten Fields) tied for third and  Hayward, Taylor, and Fairbairn will represent Ontario as the Interprovincial team at the Canadian Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship later this month in Creemore, ON.

Full tournament results are HERE.

About the Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship

First played in 1989, the Ontario Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship is open to female golfers aged 25 and over. In honour of her outstanding accomplishments at the Mid-Amateur level in Ontario, the trophy is rightfully named after 14-time champion Mary Ann Hayward. The Mid-Amateur championship will be awarded after 54 holes of play. Other notable past champions of the event include 2012 Canadian Senior Women’s Champion Terrill Samuel (1991, 2000,2010, 2020), Casey Ward (2015) and Golf Ontario Hall of Fame members Gayle Borthwick Hitchens (1992, 1993), and Judith Kyrinis (2017).

 

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