Steele wins tournament; Landings team qualifies for national final

Kingston's Noah Steele won the NCAA Sam Hall Intercollegiate tournament, the first event of the season, which took place on Monday and Tuesday at the Hattiesburg Country Club in Hattiesburg, Miss. (Supplied Photo) Submitted / Submitted Photo

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Kingston’s Noah Steele won his second NCAA Division 1 golf tournament on Tuesday.

Steele, a senior at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas, won the Sam Hall Intercollegiate tournament, the first event of the season, which took place on Monday and Tuesday at the Hattiesburg Country Club in Hattiesburg, Miss.

He shot 65, 63 and 67 for a three-round total of 195, which was an 18 under par to lead the 88-player field representing 16 American universities.

He won the event by five shots ahead of teammate William Holcomb. The Sam Houston State Bearkats also finished first as a team in the event.

During the summer, Steele golfs out of the Cataraqui Golf and Country Club.

Steele also won the Southland Conference championship back in April with a three-under-par 213.

Landings team qualifies for national final

Golfers from the Landings Golf Course and Teaching Centre in Kingston qualified for the 2019 RBC PGA Scramble National Final in Cape Breton, N.S., at Cabot Links, Oct. 6-8.

The team of executive golf professional Chris Barber, Blair Harris, Lyn Williams, Barry Peile and Matt McCreary qualified for the national event on Monday at the 2019 RBC PGA Regional Scramble tournament at the Wildfire Golf Course in Lakefield, Ont.

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