Waterdown ON - After a delayed start to the season, the Golden Horseshoe Area Golf Tour (GHT) 2014 schedule is winding down. The season has featured some great golf and the GHT will be ending it's regular season this Monday at Hidden Lake Golf Club in Burlington ON.
The GHT's top players are confirmed to play this Monday and those within the top 16 point leaders will be jockeying for position heading into the first of two playoff rounds. Alf Callowhill (Clublink Academy at Rattlesnake Point), Ed Maunder (Deerfield GC) and Jim Kenesky (Golf Genius Software) sit one, two, three on the current GHT Order of Merit. Each one will have a chance to receive a bye into the John H. Davis Cup Finals on Tuesday October 14 at Glendale G&CC in Hamilton ON...
On The Bubble
14. Jeff Lunn (Dundas Valley G&CC) 26.00pts *
15. Ken Ward (Lowville GC) 20.00pts *
16. Bradlee Ryall (Braeben Academy) 19.20pts
17. David Moro (Hidden Lake GC) 19.00pts
18. Josh Chambers (Lowville GC) 18.00pts *
18. Andrew Ross (Oak Gables GC) 18.00pts
20. John Davis (Joshua Creek Driving Range) 17.00pts *
* confirmed to play Sept 22
To follow the action from Hidden Lake online please visit HERE
To view current GHT Order of Merit please visit HERE
About the GHT
Back in 1985 three young assistant professionals by the names of Sandy White, Ian Bernette, and Tony Page had an idea that consisted of local golf professionals coming together to form a tour. The tour was originally started as "Assistants Only" but soon after was opened to all area PGA of Canada Professionals. The tour was designed to allow local golf professionals an opportunity to get to know their fellow colleagues and to have fun doing what the do best "play golf". The tour is to be credited for many friendships developed over the past 20 years. The Golden Horseshoe Tour is home of the John H. Davis Cup, which is decided each year by the order of merit winner. John Davis has been a recognized name within our industry for many years. He was the Head Golf Professional at Burlington Golf & Country Club for over 30 years and turned Master Professional in 1976. The name "Davis" still lives on in our tour not only from the salute by our year end trophy but also by his two sons, John Davis (Joshua Creek Golf & Tennis) and Jefferson Davis.