Jocelyn Alford shoots course record

Jocelyn Alford of Calgary’s Earl Grey course shot a course record five-under par 67 to take the opening day lead in the 72-hole Sun Life Financial Ladies’ Amateur golf championship at the Sturgeon Valley Golf and Country Club Tuesday. Alford, a native of Red Deer, is one stroke ahead of Jennifer Ha of Calgary, who won the junior girls’ title last week.

St. ALBERT — Jocelyn Alford of Calgary’s Earl Grey course shot a course record five-under par 67 to take the opening day lead in the 72-hole Sun Life Financial Ladies’ Amateur golf championship at the Sturgeon Valley Golf and Country Club Tuesday.

Alford, a native of Red Deer, is one stroke ahead of Jennifer Ha of Calgary, who won the junior girls’ title last week.

Christie Lin of Calgary shot a 71 while Cara Vanderham of Innisfail is tied for 14th, following a 79.

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