Sylvan Lake native and Red Deer Golf and Country club member Carter Graf helped the North Carolina State Wolfpack to a fourth place finish at the NCAA Men's Golf Kingston Springs Regional in Tennessee. The fourth-place finish means Graf and the Wolfpack will play for a national championship next weekend. (Photo courtesy of NC State Wolfpack Men's Golf Twitter)

Sylvan Lake golfer finishes in 14th, ninth among amateurs at Alberta Open

Riley Fleming of Calgary’s Lynx Course was a wire-to-wire winner of the Alberta Open championship at the Wolf Creek Golf Resort.

Fleming, who also won the professional side of the tournament, posted rounds of 65-67-69 for a 54-hole total of 201, six strokes ahead of Camrose pro Andrew Harrison, who had rounds of 68-69-70.

Carter Graf of Sylvan Lake and the Red Deer Golf and Country Club finished with a 75 Thursday for a 217 total. He opened with rounds of 72-70.

He finished in a tie for 14th and was ninth among the amateurs, five strokes back of Braden O’Grady of Spruce Grove’s Blackhawk layout.

Michael Harrison of Camrose tied for 19th at 70-75-74—219 with Chandler McDowell of Springbrook in a tie for 26th at 74-74-75—223.

Jace Ouellette of Red Deer County, who plays out of Innisfail, tied for 43rd at 73-78-78—229 and Tim Boston of Ponoka came in at 79-73-78—230 and in a tie for 45th.