Clapp finishing strong on PGA Canada Tour

With two tournaments to go in the 2014 season, Chilliwack golfer Brad Clapp is trying to end an up-and-down year on a positive note.

Chilliwack’s Brad Clapp is as far east as you can get this weekend, playing golf in Nova Scotia.

The second to last tournament of the 2014 PGA Tour Canada season started yesterday (Thursday) and continues through Sunday at The Lakes Golf Club in Ben Eoin, NS.

Clapp, a teaching pro at the Chilliwack Golf Club, should be feeling good about his game after his last tournament.

Clapp finished in a tie for 36th overall at the Wildfire Invitational, held last weekend (Aug. 28-31) in Peterborough, ON.

He fired rounds of 70-67-72-70 to finish with a two-under-par 279, mixing 20 birdies against 11 bogeys and 41 pars.

The PGA Tour Canada schedule will wrap up next weekend with the Tour Championship tournament, taking place Sept. 11-14 at the Sunningdale Golf Course in London, ON.

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