Hamilton amateur Mathew Perry has carded an even par 72 in the final round of the Canadian Men’s Amateur Championship to finish in a share of 14thplace.
The New Zealand Amateur Champion of 2011 had rounds of 71, 72, 70 and 72 at the Camelot Golf and Country Club for a three under par total to finish nine shots back from Canadian winner Mackenzie Hughes.
The top 15 finish will give Perry a good boost of confidence ahead of the Eisenhower World Amateur Teams Championship in Turkey where he’ll team up with Vaughan McCall and Ben Campbell in October.
Perry, who represented New Zealand in the Sir Michael Bonallack Trophy in Portugal, finished third at the New Zealand Stroke Play and fourth in the South Island Stroke Play for his best results for the season.
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