Times-Herald Sports Staff
Ken Bradley struggled out of the gate at the Canadian Men's Senior Golf Championship Tuesday.
The Moose Jaw golfer had three bogeys and a double bogey and a triple bogey in his first five holes in the opening round at The Briars Golf Club in Sutton West, Ont.
Bradley got back on track, but carded an 11-over 82. Bradley made par on 10 of the last 13 holes.
That has him tied for 131st on the leaderboard.
Defending champion Chip Lutz leads after shooting a four-under 67 to open the tournament. Lutz had an eagle and five birdies.
Calgary’s David Schultz sits in second, one-stroke behind Lutz after a bogey-free 3-under 68.
Saskatchewan had an excellent day in the inter-provincial tournament. They sit in fourth place after carding a six-over round. British Columbia leads sit in first place of the team competition with a one-under.