Mills, Lundon tee off today

Glenn Mills and Johnny Lundon, the assistant professionals at Kitchen Creek Golf Club here, teed off today at the 2005 Titleist & Footjoy Canadian PGA Assistants’ Championship near Toronto.
Lundon teed off at 11:54 a.m. today and then will do so again at 8:45 a.m. tomorrow. Mills, meanwhile, got going at 12:57 p.m. today and then goes off at 9:48 a.m. tomorrow.
There are 126 players entered into one of the top CPGA events of the year. They were given two practice rounds at The Briars Golf Club, located just north of Toronto.
The course, which opened back in 1922, was designed by Stanley Thomspon and is considered one of the top courses in Canada.
Mills is coming off of mediocre performance at the MPGA Calloway Classic last week, where he finished 20th out of a field of 42 with a score of 152 (75-77).
Lundon couldn’t attend that tournament because he had to help organize Kitchen Creek’s club championship here.
“I’m just not playing very well right now,” Mills had said. “I’ve been playing badly all year.”
Mills’ poor performance can be expected since he is making adjustments to his swing, which remains a work in progress. Still, he’s gunning for a top-10 finish at the CPGA assistants’ tournament.