AJGA BANK OF MONTREAL FUTURE LINKS JUNIOR AT GREENHILLS
Greenhills Golf Club
London, Ontario
August 26, 2002

GREGORY GRABS MEDALIST HONORS AT GREENHILLS QUALIFIER
Ten boys complete field for AJGA Bank of Montreal Future Links Junior at Greenhills

LONDON, Ontario - Michael Gregory of Bolton, Ontario, fired a 1-over-par 72 Monday to earn medalist honors at the AJGA Bank of Montreal Future Links Junior at Greenhills Qualifer.

Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, the Bank of Montreal Future Links Junior at Greenhills Qualifier, held at the par-71 Greenhills Golf Club, gave 51 boys the opportunity to earn a spot into the three-round Championship event, which begins Wednesday in London.

Gregory carded three birdies on the day to help post the low round. The 18-year-old, who started on No. 15, connected on a 25-footer for birdie on No. 17 to calm the nerves and get off to a quick start.

"I started off really well, hitting the first eight greens," Gregory said. "I was hitting the ball well and putting well."

After a bogey on the 370-yard, par-4 fifth, Gregory responded by draining a 30-footer for birdie on No. 6 to move to 1-under on the day.

"I had to scramble a little bit in the middle of my round," said Gregory, who hit 14 of 18 greens on the day. "But I made birdie on No. 6 to get back on track. That putt gave me confidence, then I started making more putts for par."

Five players, including four Ontario natives, finished a shot off the pace in a tie for second. Michael Cuff of Toronto, Ontario; Justin Regier of East Amherst, N.Y.; Mikhial Pasic of London, Ontario; Andrew An of Richmond Hill, Ontario, and Brian Lee of Oakville, Ontario, each fired matching 73s.

Kevin Fawcett of Newmarket, Ontario; Tyler Edwards of Caledonia, Ontario; Kheed Ng of Richmond Hill, Ontario, and Mark Sommerfeld of Waterloo, Ontario, each shot 74 to grab the remaining spots.

The AJGA Bank of Montreal Future Links Junior at Greenhills will feature 99 players with boys and girls representing 11 states and three Canadian provinces. Seventy-one Canadians, including 66 juniors from Ontario, are scheduled to appear in the event.

First-round tee times will begin on Wednesday, August 28 at 7:30 a.m. off the No. 1 tee at Greenhills Golf Club.

For more information on the AJGA Bank of Montreal Future Links Junior at Greenhills, contact tournament headquarters at (519) 652-5033, ext. 230.

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