One of the long-standing junior golf tournaments in the Estevan area was contested Sunday afternoon at the TS&M Woodlawn Golf Club.
The 24th annual Rondeau Cup attracted 30 young golfers of various ages. They were divided into teams of three and four based on their skill level. The golf club also tried to have golfers of different ages on each team, as the tournament attracts participants from ages four to 16.
The team of Hudson Chernoff, Colby Gress and Kashton Cassmore finished in top spot with a 1-over-par 37. They were one stroke better than the team of Jacey Farr, Connor Spencer, Hailey Sinclair and Mason Mack.
Carter Onrait, Andrew Schmidt and Merek Wilhelm were third with a 40.
The other teams entered were Jaiden Sinclair, Kail Hilstrom, Henry Blub and Joseph Hozjan (43); Colton Pushie, Aidan Turner, Joshua Bittman and Cameron Milbrandt (43); Garrett Wolner, Owen Pushie, Easton Pushie and Hudson Irwin (43); Riley Brooks, Carson Deichert, Jillian Rosengren and Brynley Rosengren (45); and Brielle Farr, Graiden Irwin, Jace Biggs and Anna Biggs (48).
The tournament is named after Eldon Rondeau, who has been a big part of golf in Estevan for decades, and has been a strong supporter of the golf course’s junior program.