PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC – It was another jet-setting weekend for Kurtis Barkley in his European Disabled Golf Association adventure.

The Chesterville-based golfer was in Prague, Czech Republic Sat., June 29 and Sun., June 30 for the Czech Disabled Golf Masters.

On day one, Barkley carded a 75, which left him in seventh place and five strokes back of the lead being set by Ireland’s Brendan Lawlor.

He shot a 74 in round two June 30, which gave him a two-day tournament total of 149.

That kept him in seventh place, but not far off from the combined 143 shot by the event’s winner, Mike Browne of the United Kingdom.

Later this month (Mon., July 29 to Wed., July 31), Barkley will be back overseas to compete in the Finnish Disabled Open.

 

Chesterville’s Kurtis Barkley finish seventh at the recent Czech Disabled Golf Masters. Courtesy Photo