Locals finish in middle of pack

Heading into the 2005 Titleist & Footjoy Canadian PGA Assistants’ Championship, the goal for Kitchen Creek assistant pro Glenn Mills was to finish in the top 10.
Well, neither Mills nor fellow assistant pro Johnny Lundon could do so in the two-day event that brought 126 players to The Briars Golf Club, just north of Toronto.
Mills opened play Tuesday with a 74 that left him tied for 26th place along with 15 others. But his second-round score of 77 yesterday gave him a total of 151 and an eight-way tie for 51st place.
Lundon didn’t do as well, opening with a disparaging 84 which tied him with five other golfers for 113th place. He did rebound with a 76 yesterday to finish in a five-way tie for 103rd.
The winner of the second-last CPGA event of the year was Bryn Parry, who carded a fantastic 67 on his first round Tuesday before doing even better yesterday with a 65.
His 132 total was seven strokes better than the runner-up.