Courtenay golfers Logan Yanick and Mark Valliere were in Bath, Ont. for the May 25-27 CN Future Links Ontario Championship at the 6,625-yard, par-72 Loyalist Golf and Country Club.
Yanick finished in a two-way tie for 14th at five-over 221. He got the tourney off to a good start on Friday, as he was just one shot off the lead in third place after an opening round 71.
A second-round 74 dropped him into a three-way tie for fourth before carding a final-round 76 on Sunday.
Valliere’s opening round 74 had him in a five-way tie for 15th, and a second-round 78 dropped him into a six-way tie for 26th at eight over. He shot an even par 72 on Sunday to finish at eight-over 224 and in a four-way tie for 19th in the 72-player field.
Matt Williams of Calgary posted a tourney-best six-under par round on Sunday (including six birdies and an eagle) to finish first at three-under 213. He shot 75-72 in his first two rounds.
Hugo Bernard of Mont.-St Hilare, Que. finished second at one-under 215 (72-74-69). The top six finishers earned exemptions into the 2012 Canadian Junior Boys Championship, which will be contested July 30 to Aug. 3 at Osprey Ridge Golf Club in Bridgewater, N.S.