Seaforth’s Robyn Doig wins Toronto Star Women’s Amateur

Robyn Doig, who captured the Toronto Star Women’s Amateur title on Friday, will play the Seaforth Country Classic later this month.

TORONTO – Seaforth’s Robyn Doig played six rounds of golf to capture the Toronto Star Women’s Amateur on Friday.

The 20-year-old member of the University of Central Florida Knights defeated four-time Canadian Amateur champion Mary Ann Hayward 4 and 3 in early-morning match play semifinal, Doig then went on to beat Stephanie Tucker 6 and 5 in the final at Summit Golf and Country Club in Richmond Hill, according to an article published on the Toronto Star’s website June 29.

Doig is the daughter of Cam Doig, professional at Seaforth Golf Club, and granddaughter of Ken Doig Sr., who played the amateur circuit for many years. She attended Central Huron Secondary School and is now majoring in sport and medical science.

She will be competing in the 2012 Seaforth Country Classic Open held July 25 to 28 against professionals and elite amateurs from across Canada and around the world.

To read the Toronto Star article, please visit its website.–robyn-doig-wins-toronto-star-women-s-amateur

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